Tuesday Dec 11, 2012
By Javier Puerta-Oracle on Dec 11, 2012
The December issue of the Database Insider newsletter is now available. (Full newsletter here)
will likely be remembered as the year of big data, as a new generation of
technologies enables organizations to acquire, organize, and analyze the
exponentially growing and typically less-structured data generated from a
variety of new sources. Oracle has produced a series of five short videos that
offer a quick and compelling high-level introduction to big data.
Read the research that found that over three years, the IBM hardware running Oracle Database cost 31 percent more in total cost of ownership than Oracle Exadata.
Webcast - Oracle Exadata Database Machine X3
Learn about Oracle’s next-generation database machine, Oracle Exadata X3, that combines massive memory and low-cost disks to deliver the highest performance at the lowest cost. Available in an eight-rack configuration, it allows you to start small and grow.
how to eliminate not only unplanned downtime but also planned downtime resulting
from database upgrades, migrations, and consolidation.
Thursday, December 13
19:00 CET / 6 pm. UK
- UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG) Systems Event, London, May 20th
- Oracle engineered systems are now going to compete on price: an Ovum report
- Engineered Systems Operational Management - updated for X5
- Top Exastack headlines: BCS - Business Control Solutions
- CSC in Luxembourg consolidates IT infrastructure on Oracle SuperCluster
- Database Insider - March 2015 issue now available
- Oracle Database In-Memory Advisor
- HBR: Rethinking the IT/Business Partnership
- Cognizant Technology Solutions Improves Database and Application Scalability to Support Growth, Reduces Power Consumption by 75%
- On-demand webcast: Oracle Exastack for ISVs