Webcast: Eliminating Silent Data Corruption in Linux
By Monica Kumar-Oracle on Nov 29, 2010
Silent data corruption can be significantly detrimental and costly to a business. Oracle's Martin Petersen, our lead Linux Kernel developer for data integrity, has worked with the mainline kernel community to incorporate a data integrity specification into the Linux kernel that eliminates silent data corruption in Linux. This contribution enables comprehensive data integrity capabilities across the entire apps to disk stack, allowing customers to reduce costs and increase efficiencies.
Join Oracle's Linux technology experts for a webcast on Thursday, Dec. 16 at 9am US PT, as they discuss how Oracle Linux with its new Unbreakable Linux Kernel helps eliminate silent data corruption by reducing the potential for incorrect data to be writtem to the disk, decreasing application and database errors and system downtime.
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