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NTT Data Intellilink - Powering Mission Critical Workloads with Oracle Linux

Melody Wood
Senior Principal Program Manager
This article highlights customer NTT Data Intellilink and their use of Oracle Linux. As an NTT DATA group company, they aim to provide value for their customers through design, implementation and operation of mission-critical information and communication systems platform built with the latest technologies.

Within NTT Data Intellilink, there is a business unit which focuses on providing customers with Oracle solutions, support, and implementation services using a wide range of Oracle products such as Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Linux, and Oracle Engineered Systems. These solutions are deployed on premise or in Oracle Cloud.

Previously, NTT Data Intellilink had been using Red Hat Enterprise Linux before switching to Oracle Linux with the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK). This change resulted in multiple benefits which they speak about in this video. These include optimized workload performance, improved support across the entire stack, increased security, and lowering costs by 50% overall. NTT Data Intellilink also found that Oracle's flexible support contracts were easier to manage.

Additionally, NTT Data Intellilink has improved its systems management experience by leveraging Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle Ksplice across its portfolio. Ksplice, zero-downtime patching, allows patches and critical bug fixes to be applied without taking systems down. Both are included at no additional cost with Oracle Linux Premier Support.

We are proud to enable customers like NTT Data Intellilink to deliver mission-critical systems at a lower cost. Watch this video to learn more!

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