Monday Mar 04, 2013

Oracle Partner Community Forum: Exadata, Exalogic and Manageability, Vienna, 23-24 April 2013

Heads up!

In the next days all community members will be receiving the invitation to the Exadata, Exalogic and Manageability EMEA Partner Community Forum, that will take place in Vienna on April 23-24th, sponsored by Intel.

We have put together a very strong agenda. We will have speakers from the following partners: Acceleris, Accenture, Atos, Basistek, DB Concepts, e-DBA, Fujitsu, GFI, ISE, Telefonica Soluciones, Uptime Technologies, VX Company. They will bring to you a wide set of customer cases around selling and implementing a variety of solutions on Exadata, Exalogic and Enterprise Manager 12c platforms.

Oracle speakers will cover go-to-market strategy, product updates and solutions to cover all the building blocks of the Cloud infrastructure: Exadata, Exalogic and Manageability!

In just a few days you will have the invitation in your inbox including detailed agenda, registration link and logistics information. Get ready for Vienna!

 

 

Getting Real About Big Data: Build Versus Buy. A whitepaper by ESG

ESG performs a detailed financial analysis of "Buy" (Oracle Big Data Appliance) vs "build your own" and concludes Oracle Big Data Appliance is a better option that "build your own"

  • Oracle Big Data Appliance($450k) is 39% less costly than "build your own"($733k) 
  • OBDA reduces time-to-market by 33% vs "build"
  • Few, and expensive Hadoop engineers means the prebuilt Oracle Big Data Appliance is a better option

"Rolling your own" infrastructure involves a long series of hidden risks and costs, and may undermine your organization's ability to deliver big data in the long term."

Download the full whitepaper here: Getting Real About Big Data: Build Versus Buy. A whitepaper by ESG (February 2013)


Note: This ESG whitepaper was commissioned by Oracle. Oracle has purchased electronic distribution rights to this whitepaper

Video in SAP.com: Oracle Exadata for SAP Applications

This presentation will summarize Oracle's Exadata technology for SAP applications and help attendees understand how Exadata fits into their current or future landscapes. Discussion points include the hardware, software, and concepts that frame the technology, implementation of Exadata with SAP software, and migration to Exadata.

Watch it here!


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