Webcast, Tuesday Feb 26: Oracle Solaris on Oracle x86 Systems – Co-engineered For Efficiency & Performance
By Larry Wake-Oracle on Feb 20, 2013
In this short webcast, you'll learn about how Oracle has created unique value for its x86 systems by close integration with the features offered by Oracle Solaris and Oracle's system management tools, delivering increased system performance, reliability and security.
Why does Oracle Solaris offer unique advantages in performance and reliability when run on Oracle's own systems? This is your opportunity to find out more about lower total cost of ownership, increased reliability, and the overall value of integration.
Presenters include Chris Baker from the Oracle Solaris team, a familiar name for those who have been using Solaris on their x86 systems for a while; Chris has been around long enough to remember when Oracle Database could run on a 24MB Pentium III. From the hardware side, we'll have Josh Rosen and Ed Franklin.
Oracle Webcast: Oracle Solaris on Oracle x86 Systems – Co-engineered For Efficiency & Performance
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
9:00 a.m. PT / 12:00 noon ET