By Michael Palmeter -Engineered Systems Product Management-Oracle on Nov 26, 2013
Announcing oracle’s most powerful Engineered System for Oracle Database, database-as-a-Service and database and application consolidation
On December 4, 2013, Oracle will host a customer webcast to acquaint customers with the Oracle SuperCluster M6-32, Oracle’s most powerful engineered system for in-memory Oracle Database performance, Database-as-a-Service and application consolidation.
Hosted by Oracle’s Juan Loaiza, Senior Vice President, Oracle Exadata Development, Ganesh Ramamurthy, Vice President, Oracle SuperCluster Development, Michael Palmeter, Senior Director of Engineered Systems Product Management, this webcast will explain why the Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 is ideally suited for Oracle Database consolidation and Database-as-a-Service, maximum-performance in-memory applications and consolidation of mission-critical business applications.
Ultimate In-memory database performance, Platform-as-a-Service and consolidation
The new Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 offers unprecedented in-memory database and application performance with the highest levels of availability, scalability, reliability of any Engineered System. Combining Oracle’s Exadata Storage Server technology, SPARC microprocessors, silicon network, highly-secure virtualization, out-of-the-box platform and database-as-a-service-management, the Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 is the best example of Oracle’s Engineered Systems vision thus far.
Join us for this webcast and learn how Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 can help you:
performance by up to 10–20X over the performance of standard systems for
new in-memory applications, legacy applications and Oracle Database
- Up to 384 microprocessor cores and 32 terabytes of
high-performance memory in the most powerful and flexible system design
Oracle has ever developed
- Complete set of Exadata technology for optimal Oracle
Database performance and efficiency
rich multi-tenancy with near-zero-overhead virtualization
Platform-as-a-Service and Database-as-a-Service management out-of-the-box
December 4, 2013
8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. ET
5 p.m. CET / 4 p.m. GMT
Duration: 30 minutes including Q&A
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