Tuesday Apr 08, 2014

Partner Webcast – Oracle SuperCluster Product Family: Technology Overview

Oracle Unveils Its Fastest and Most Scalable Server and Engineered System - the SPARC M6-32 and Oracle SuperCluster M6-32When you’re under pressure to deliver more—more performance, more capacity, and more business value—you need systems that offer seamless integration.

Oracle SuperCluster T5-8 and the SuperCluster M6-32 are complete engineered systems, ideal for the consolidation of databases and applications and private cloud deployments.Delivering extreme efficiency, cost savings, and performance for all enterprise applications and mission critical cloud computing, they can enhance the competitiveness of partner consolidation, virtualization, or cloud infrastructure service practices.

Our Fastest and Most Scalable Engineered Systems offering

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Monday Jan 06, 2014

Partner Webcast – Oracle Engineered Systems & Partner Service Opportunities

Month in the Life of an Oracle Exadata Admin Series Operations WorkbookThe old way to buy servers, storage and networking equipment in different cycles has reached its end. Today we see a trend towards buying integrated systems that are tested, certified, sold and deployed as a single unit.

"IDC expects 1/3rd of the market to move to Integrated Systems by 2016" 
ref: IDC Converged /Integrated Systems Survey, September 2012 (N=300)

Oracle Engineered solutions provide a consolidated, integrated & tested configurations, there is much less risk to partners who sell & deploy them. Oracle’s offering in Engineered Systems and Appliances continues to grow giving Oracle Partners even greater opportunities.

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Monday Dec 16, 2013

Oracle Engineered Systems: Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4

Next to the announcement of Oracle’s Most Powerful Engineered System for Database and Consolidation, Oracle's SuperCluster M6-32, Oracle last week launched the fifth version of Oracle Exadata 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 X4 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 challenge providing in many areas double the performance of previous-generation machines.[Read More]

Thursday Sep 19, 2013

Partner Webcast – Oracle Exadata Database Machine X3: Architecture and Optimization - 03 Oct 2013

Month in the Life of an Oracle Exadata Admin Series Operations Workbook
Engineered systems can have a profound effect on improving your overall datacenter operations, but a thoughtful and planned integration will be critical for you to realize the performance and process improvements that engineered systems can bring. Knowing how to fully leverage new technologies, integrate these in your existing environment, and ensure you have the skills sets and governance necessary to make them successful isn't easy.


The Oracle Exadata Database Machine is a paradigm shift in database processing—one which is becoming more widely adopted. Drivers for moving to Exadata are improved performance and capacity, reduced cost of the storage, reduced server footprint, simplified high performance networking, and reduced Oracle software licensing. In addition, greatly improved business agility is a consequence of significantly reducing build, assemble, and deployment time. If multiple existing databases are being consolidated onto Exadata, administration and management costs are also positively impacted.

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Thursday Sep 05, 2013

EMEA Partner Webcast: Oracle Exadata and the impact of Database 12c - Wed. 11th September

Oracle Database 12c

On July 1st, Oracle launched Oracle Database 12c, 'the first database designed for the Cloud'. One of the key features introduced with this new release is multitenant architecture which simplifies the process of consolidating databases onto the cloud, enabling customers to manage many databases as one - without changing their applications.

As you all know Oracle Exadata is engineered to be the highest performance and most available platform for running the Oracle Database. The introduction of Database 12c continues supporting this strategy enabling the creation of a DB Cloud or a sophisticated Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS).

  • What is the impact of Oracle Database 12c on your current Exadata customers? 
  • How and when should they start upgrading to 12c? 
  • How do Oracle Database 12c and Exadata benefit from each other?

These are key questions for Exadata partners! 

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Sunday May 19, 2013

Partner Webcast – Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud: Enterprise Configuration & Deployment Guide - 28 May 2013

Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud is the world's first and only integrated cloud machine—hardware and software engineered together to provide a "cloud in a box". Blazing-fast performance for enterprise applications and middleware to help you do business faster, whether in the data center or in the cloud.

According to Gartner, the integrated systems trend is on the rise.

“By 2015, 35 percent of total server shipped value will be as integrated systems.”

Gartner Data Center Conference, “Will Fabric Computing Change the Concept of the Traditional Server?” December 2011.

If you are looking for a simpler way to deploy and upgrade your business applications, Oracle Exalogic offers a pre-integrated, tested and certified applications platform where you can deploy complex applications and middleware at the click of a button.

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