Thursday Dec 12, 2013
By Javier Puerta-Oracle on Dec 12, 2013
Oracle’s Fifth Generation Database Machine Dramatically Increases Performance and Capacity; New Software Capabilities Optimize OLTP, Database as a Service, and Data Warehousing
Redwood Shores, Calif. – December 11, 2013
Oracle’s fifth-generation flagship database machine, Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4, introduces new hardware and software to accelerate performance, increase capacity, and improve efficiency and quality of service for database deployments. The new release focuses on Online Transaction Processing (OLTP), Database as a Service (DBaaS), and Data Warehousing and is also designed to help enterprises simplify their biggest database challenges. It includes performance increases between 50 and 100 percent and storage capacity increases between 33 and 100 percent. Quality of service in complex and varying Database as a Service deployments or database consolidation deployments is ensured end-to-end from database servers, through network adapters and network switches, to storage. Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4 is the foundation for modern database cloud environments.
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