We have just few days left for Collaborate 2015. Oracle Linux and Oracle VM teams will be present in multiple areas so we would like to highlight them all here in this blog.
Visit our pod in Oracle’s demo area - Booth #955
Attend "Oracle Linux and Oracle VM Strategy, Update, and Roadmap” session at 4:30PM on Monday, April 13 in South Seas A. Topics include OpenStack, Docker, and other exciting things relating to Oracle Linux and Oracle VM.
We will also present at Cisco's booth #1003. Oracle has many years of partnership with Cisco and we will talk about how you can benefit from this collaboration:
Attend "Oracle Linux and Oracle VM on Cisco UCS" session at Cisco booth
Before you invest in server virtualization, take a test-drive and look under the hood at the Oracle VM engine on the Cisco UCS server. Oracle VM application-driven virtualization, combined with Cisco UCS, designed from the ground up to drive virtualized workloads and deliver a powerful and cost-effective infrastructure for the cloud. Join us in this workshop for a unique opportunity to speak to Cisco and Oracle product experts on how you can quickly build a private cloud using Oracle VM, Oracle Linux, and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c on the UCS platform. Admission is free and space is very limited, so register today!
Date: September 28, 2014
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. PT (Lunch will be served)
Location: Courtyard Marriott San Francisco Downtown
299 Second Street, San Francisco (Two blocks east of the Moscone Center; please note, this is not the San Francisco Marriott)
Nimble Storage SmartStack™ for Oracle provides pre-validated reference architecture that speed deployments and minimize risk. IT and Oracle administrators and architects realize the importance of underlying Operating System, Virtualization software, and Storage in maintaining services levels and staying in budget. In this webinar, you will learn how Nimble Storage SmartStack for Oracle provides a converged infrastructure for Oracle database online transaction processing (OLTP) and online analytical processing (OLAP) environments with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM.
SmartStack delivers the performance and reliability needed for deploying Oracle on a single symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) server or if you are running Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) on multiple nodes.
Nimble Storage SmartStack for Oracle with Cisco can help you provide:
Improved Oracle performance
Stress-free data protection and DR of your Oracle database
Higher availability and uptime
Accelerate Oracle development and improve testing
All for dramatically less than what you’re paying now
Doan Nguyen, Senior Principal Product Marketing Director, Oracle
Vanessa Scott , Business Development Manager, Cisco
Ibrahim “Ibby” Rahmani, Product and Solutions Marketing, Nimble Storage
Join this event to learn from our Nimble Storage and Oracle experts on how to optimize your customers' Oracle environments.
Michele Resta, Director of Linux and Virtualization Alliances, Oracle, John McAbel, Senior Product Manager, Cisco and Ibby Rahmani, Solutions Marketing, Nimble Storage
For CIOs and IT managers, continuously tuning IT infrastructure to support evolving environments, rapidly provisioning more resources to support growing database environments, maintaining services levels and staying within budgets, especially in rapid growth environments is hard. To address these challenges, Nimble Storage, along with Oracle, and Cisco offers a converged infrastructure to deliver adaptive performance with high availability, capacity savings, efficient data protection, and improved staff productivity while handling rapid growth.
In this webinar you will learn how you can benefit from Nimble Storage SmartStack with Oracle and Cisco. The solution provides pre-tested, validated architectures and documented best practices for Oracle Database environments with Oracle Linux with Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel and Oracle VM.
SmartStack, built on best-of-breed components, delivers the performance and reliability needed for deploying Oracle on a single symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) server or Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) on multiple nodes.