Consolidate Data in Private Clouds, But Consider Security and Regulatory Issues
By Troy Kitch-Oracle on Dec 17, 2010
The January 13 webcast Security and Compliance for Private Cloud Consolidation will provide attendees with an overview of private cloud computing based on Oracle's Maximum Availability Architecture and how security and regulatory compliance affects implementations.
Many organizations are taking advantage of Oracle's Maximum Availability Architecture to drive down the cost of IT by deploying private cloud computing environments that can support downtime and utilization spikes without idle redundancy. With two-thirds of sensitive and regulated data in organizations' databases private cloud database consolidation means organizations must be more concerned than ever about protecting their information and addressing new regulatory challenges.
Join us for this webcast to learn about greater risks and increased threats to private cloud data and how Oracle Database Security Solutions can assist in securely consolidating data and meet compliance requirements. Register Now.