Friday Apr 03, 2015

Partner Webcast – Next Generation Oracle Database Appliance X5

Oracle Database Appliance: A Simple, Economical Option for SMB and Independent Software Vendors

Oracle Database Appliance (ODA ) enables you to take advantage of the latest of Oracle Database technologies in an easy-to-deploy and manage system that supports virtualization, saving time and money by simplifying deployment & maintenance for High Available solutions.

With the next generation of Oracle Engineered Systems, Oracle delivers greater business value.

Oracle Database Appliance X5-2 maintains its advantages being simple, reliable & affordable, a system for delivering solutions-in-a-box, but also adds new hardware and features, that make it even more powerful and cost efficient.

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Thursday Mar 26, 2015

Partner Webcast – Oracle Database 12c: Maximum Availability for Consolidation and Cloud

Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture Assessment Tool

Enterprises use Information Technology (IT) to gain competitive advantages, reduce operating costs, enhance communication with customers, and increase management insight into their business. Thus enterprises are becoming increasingly dependent on their IT infrastructure and its continuous availability. Highly Available systems are critical to the success of virtually every business today.

Oracle Database has powered the most significant IT initiatives in the past 30 years and the latest Oracle Database 12c, designed for the cloud, provides a unique new multitenant architecture built on a scalable, reliable, and secure database platform. Designing, implementing, and managing an architecture that achieves all business objectives under real-world constraints is quite difficult, but Oracle Database 12c delivers all you need to build a highly available platform required for consolidation and cloud deployments.

Oracle Database 12c introduces brand new high availability features,

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Monday Mar 02, 2015

Webcast - Oracle Database 12c High Availability New Features

High Availability OverviewOrganizations today are dependent on IT to run efficient operations, quickly analyze information and compete more effectively. Consequently, it is essential that their IT infrastructure and databases in particular, are continuously available; otherwise the cost of downtime will be measured in lost revenues, lost productivity and loss of customers and reputation.

Designed for the cloud, Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Multitenant enables customers to make more efficient use of their IT resources while continuing to improve their users’ service levels and reduce IT costs. Focused on this, Oracle Database 12c goes beyond the limitations of basic high availability architectures using redundant resources which can prove costly and fall short of availability service level expectations due to technological limitations, and complex integration, and inability to offer availability through planned maintenance.

Oracle Database 12c optimized High Availability technologies, as part of the Maximum Availability Architecture, offer an integrated product set and best practice blueprints to address the common causes on unforeseen and planned downtime that can be deployed at minimal cost.
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Saturday Dec 07, 2013

Partner eSeminars: Oracle Database 12c

Learn about Oracle Database 12c in this exclusive series of live webcasts from Oracle Database Product Management. Oracle Database 12c is Oracle's new release of the Oracle Database with features for consolidation and cloud deployments. 
In these EMEA focused Internet Seminars, participants will learn more about Oracle Multitenant, Automatic Data Optimization and the HA new features of Oracle Database 12c.[Read More]

Tuesday Sep 24, 2013

Oracle Database 12c Free New Features

Customer’s needs today are unlimited since all the customers and their end users are looking forward to have the latest technology. They are already used to and they want to use it for business, anywhere at any time.This approach requires a modernization process aligned with the latest technology, also handling the explosion of data, the added security and performance requirements and so on. Modernization needs to start from the core, where the data are kept.

What is Driving Modernization?

Higher Management and in general the business owners are concerned with managing risk, controlling costs and focused on growth.  Hence the ability to deal with:

  • Increased Customer Expectation
  • Accelerated information growth
  • Business complexity

Database Consolidation and DBaaS are modernization solutions and allow IT to move away from being labeled as another Cost Center to becoming an important Business Enabler.

Let's review what Oracle Database 12c is offering assisting us to move forward to new offerings and more capabilities. 

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Monday Apr 15, 2013

Partner Webcast – Oracle Value Proposition – ISV Database Migrate, Upgrade and Extend - 23 April 2013

IT organizations today want to reduce total cost of ownership, increase their ability to react to business demand, and minimize reliance on legacy skill sets while insuring that they are meeting new compliance demands.

Customers needs for today is unlimited since all the customers and those end users are looking forward to have the latest technology like cloud, web, mobile, tablets and social media. So the explosion of the data and the revolution of the technology make the modernization in top of the IT business.

With continuing pressure to react to new business requirements and retiring legacy skill sets, IT organizations are finding it difficult to address ongoing business requirements.

Current applications infrastructure and database carry out functions that are critical to the business
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