Published By: Oracle ODA
Published Date: Oct 19, 2016
Listen as Oracle Executive Vice President of Converged Infrastructure Dave Donatelli announces the expansion of the Oracle Database Appliance portfolio, and explains how Oracle can provide organizations with a pathway to the cloud. Discover how your organization can reduce database complexity, simplify database administration, and better control costs.
Published By: Oracle ODA
Published Date: Dec 06, 2016
IT leaders must consider new approaches to database administration, implementation, and security, including proactive management, to reduce time-consuming administrative tasks. This, in turn, will free them to develop strategies for capitalizing on the new data-driven initiatives that can help transform the enterprise. Learn more about these opportunities as well as how products, such as an integrated Database Appliance, can streamline the management of these tasks, while reducing costs and time.
Database users are increasingly interested in using Flash-based solid-state drives (SSDs) to speed up application performance. For many database administrators (DBAs), increased database performance directly impacts their user experience and bottom lines. Accelerating a single MySQL instance may allow DBAs to avoid painful sharding exercises, with all their attendant administration, application changes, and high capital and ongoing costs. With the wide range of SSDs available today, choosing any one can be difficult. This paper aims to answer the question, “Is it better to use slower SATA SSDs in RAID or a faster PCIe SSD to scale up MySQL database performance?"
Data modeling has evolved from an arcane technique for database designers into an entire family of interrelated techniques that serves many constituencies, including techno-phobic business stakeholders and users. The new maturity of modeling tools and techniques arrives in the nick of time, because new technical and regulatory realities demand that enterprises maintain scrupulous awareness of their data and how it is used. Data modeling is no longer for databases only, no longer for technologists only, and no longer optional.
This whitepaper illuminates how the Oracle Database Appliance, based on Intel® Xeon® processors, overcomes the obstacles companies face in deploying and managing database services that support their mission-critical applications.
This is a white paper that assumes familiarity with Oracle database administration as well as basic Linux system and storage administration tasks as required for a typical database installation, such as creating partitions and file systems. The Pure Storage Flash Array is ready to run your Oracle database with no changes to your existing configuration. You can realize significant improvements in performance and ease of manageability
Hear from Security Executive, Jack Danahy, of IBM's Rational Software Group explain why application security is a critical priority for 2010 and beyond. He will highlight the drivers in the marketplace, define what application security encompasses, explain the business impact of developing an application security strategy, provide insight into how to get started on implementing an application security process, and give examples of best practices of a solid application security approach.
Read this guide to learn how HP works closely with organizations throughout the entire consolidation process which results in reduced costs, improved database administration, enhanced service levels to end users, and improved communication/collaboration.
WinterCorp analyzes IBM's DB2 Warehouse and how it addresses twin challenges facing enterprises today: improving the value derived from the torrents of information processed every day, while lowering costs at the same time. Discover why WinterCorp believes the advances in data clustering strategies and intelligent software compression algorithms in IBM's Data Warehouse improves performance of business intelligence queries by radically reducing the I/O's needed to resolve them.
This paper is an overview of the issues that arise from implementing object persistence with a relational database. The basis for this paper is our recent experience with Object-Oriented projects that used relational database technology.
As business users expand to newer types of applications, and grow older ones, their attempts to use RDBMS encounter the "Relational Wall," where RDBMS technology no longer provides the performance and functionality needed. This paper measures the wall, explains what model and architectural differences cause it, how to foresee it, and how to avoid it.
Integrating leave and workforce data doesn’t have to be overly complicated. With the right plans, you can make the business case to implement an integrated database so you can get the people answers you need.