Webcast - Oracle VM Disaster Recovery Best Practices Implementation with State University of New York
By Honglin Su on Jan 21, 2013
Please tune into the live webcast at 10 am US Pacific on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 to learn the best practices about the disaster recovery planning and implementation with Oracle VM. You can register the webcast here.
Join Greg King, Principal Best Practices Consultant from Oracle, author of the technical white paper Integrating Oracle VM into a Disaster Recovery Solution using SAN and Joe Hoot, Supervising Programmer Analyst for the State University of New York (SUNY) to learn about how he and his IT team implemented Disaster Recovery with Oracle VM to deliver IT services for 450,000 students, library systems for 64 campuses and deliver online courses available to 256,000 students for distance learning.
- Best practices on Disaster Recovery with Oracle best practice engineer
- Why SUNY selected Oracle VM and how they rolled out
virtualization to their datacenter to host over 300 Oracle Database
instances and application workloads
- How SUNY designed and implemented Disaster and Recovery with Oracle VM and the Oracle application stack
- Key successes from SUNY for highly available IT services
Oracle offers a complete product portfolio that includes applications,
middleware, database, operating systems, servers, storage, and even thin
clients — along with across the stack virtualization and clustering
technologies that are optimized to work together. Oracle VM 3 is simply
one piece of a very complex puzzle that must be integrated along with
other disaster recovery software and applications into an overall
business continuity solution for your enterprise. Through the webcast and the white paper, hope you'll learn how to incorporate Oracle VM into an existing or planned disaster recovery solution in your data center.
To learn more about Oracle's virtualization solutions, visit oracle.com/virtualization.