By Javier Puerta on Jul 30, 2013
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This new eBook "Engineered for Extreme Performance", acts as a guide to Oracle Engineered Systems, outlining the benefits of each system and providing insight on which system is best suited to a particular business challenge. It includes a brief, handy reference table on the inside cover, listing each of Oracle’s engineered systems and outlining how a customer might use it.
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IDC has just published an Insight report on Oracle Database 12c, where they acknowledge that the new capabilities provided by the Oracle Database align very well with the key trends of (1) in-memory computing and (2) cloud computing, that are transforming the data management landscape.
Oracle has addressed both trends in a significant manner [via "heat map" automation to keep frequently accessed data in-memory, and Pluggable Databases (PDBs) that enable multitenancy for cloud computing]
The July issue of the Database Insider newsletter is now available. (Full newsletter here)
Oracle is proud to announce the availability of Oracle Database 12c, which enables customers to quickly reap all the benefits of cloud computing with its groundbreaking multitenant architecture. Learn more about the world’s first database designed for the cloud.
Patrick Wheeler, senior director, Oracle Database Product Management, joins host Markus Weber to give an overview of Oracle Multitenant, a new option available in Oracle Database 12c. Hear about different approaches to database consolidation, and how the new multitenant architecture simplifies consolidation. Gain an understanding of the architecture, its benefits, and the potential use cases for Oracle Database customers.
Attend the Webcast to learn about Oracle Database 12c’s new multitenant architecture featuring pluggable databases. This innovative capability makes it easy to consolidate onto the cloud to reduce IT costs and complexity while improving quality of service. Be the first to learn how to:
And as an added bonus, hear Tom Kyte’s “Top 12 Features of Oracle Database 12c.”
Register today for the video Webcast, and see how these innovations, combined with major enhancements in availability, security, and big data support, make Oracle Database 12c the ideal platform for private and public cloud deployments.
See below the schedule for the Oracle Database 12c Technical Briefing Roadshow that will be delivered by PTS (Partner Technology Solutions) starting in September in a number of cities in EMEA.
More cities will be added to the list along the next weeks.
The Technical Briefing consists of 2-day technical sessions. It is targetted to technical staff of Oracle partners.
For registration contact your channel rep or your local Oracle Partner Enablement leader.
Oracle Database 12c Technical Briefing Roadshow for Partners
Ovum has published a positive research note on Oracle Database 12c.
Ovum concludes that Oracle Multitenant will provide significant productivity and resource savings for Oracle customers considering database consolidation, on- or off-premise.
The multitenant features of Oracle Database 12c support not only cloud deployment, but also database consolidation.
Oracle has purchased electronic distribution rights to this research note and posted it to Oracle.com. The full research note can be downloaded here.
As organizations embrace the cloud, they seek technologies that will transform business and improve their overall operational agility and effectiveness. Oracle Database 12c is a next-generation database designed to meet these needs, providing a new multitenant architecture on top of a fast, scalable, reliable, and secure database platform. By plugging into the cloud with Oracle Database 12c, customers can improve the quality and performance of applications, save time with maximum availability architecture and storage management and simplify database consolidation by managing hundreds of databases as one.