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16 Mar 2016
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Three ZDLRA Analyst Papers [50764]
Three analyst papers on using Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance to ease DBA data protection frustration, comparison of ZDLRA vs. EMC Data Domain, and a complete description and assessment of ZDLRA

Javier Puerta writes, "Take Action: Ask your customers what is their database recovery strategy and share any or all of these analyst papers on the advantages of ZDLRA with them..."

  • Alleviating Oracle Database DBA Data Protection Frustration by Marc Staimer, President of Dragon Slayer Consulting
  • Oracle's Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance - and Comparison with EMC Data Domain by Josh Krischer, Josh Krischer & Associates, GmbH
  • Oracle's Engineered Systems Approach to Maximizing Database Protection by John Webster, Evaluator Group

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11 Mar 2016
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What's the BIG DEAL about Oracle's Software in Silicon DAX? [50605]
By Claudia Nastase

Claudia blogs, "See this 5-minute video to learn why Oracle's software in silicon Data Analytics Accelerators, commonly called DAX, are making such big news in the data analytics space today. DAX are a revolutionary Software in Silicon innovation on the SPARC M7 processor which dedicate co-processors to handle specific types of analytic operations that are common in big data analysis, Machine Learning algorithms, and Oracle Database In-Memory queries..."
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15 Oct 2015
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The Holy Grail - Real Time Memory Access Checking [46580]
By Raj Prakash

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15 May 2015
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Oracle and Intel Engineers Share their Stories [42580]
Podcast

Zeynep Koch writes, "Intel and Oracle have worked together for over 20 years to ensure that hardware and software are optimized to work together for maximum performance and reliability. In this podcast, listen as two engineering experts from Oracle Linux team and Intel discuss how they work closely together to solve problems and create opportunities for their customers with co-developed technologies.

In this podcast, Guru Anbalagane, Director of Linux Kernel Development at Oracle, and Dave Hansen, Kernel Engineer at Intel's Open Source Technology Center, trade stories about how the two companies draw on deep co-engineering relationships to deliver mission-critical-ready engineered solutions..."
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18 Feb 2014
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Oracle Database Appliance 2.9 [34969]
maintenance release

The Oracle Database Appliance Manager 2.9 release is now available.

This 2.9 release includes:

  • January 2014 PSU of RDBMS - 11.2.0.4.1 and 11.2.0.3.9
  • Import of http based templates on ODA_BASE
  • Send Key support to the VM
  • Additional hardware monitoring on X3-2 and X4-2.
  • Out-of-place update Grid Infrastructure from 11.2.0.3.x to 11.2.0.4.0(17721778).
  • Oracle Database Patch Set Update (PSU) 11.2.0.4.1 and 11.2.0.3.9.
  • Improved VM stack - better module level logging (TINT ID), better exception handling in oakd, mutithreading of XML rpc agent, multithreading oakd adapter, to allow parallel VM commands.

The documentation will be refreshed shortly.
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16 Jan 2014
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Get a Closer Look at Oracle Database Appliance [34479]
See new research note from Nucleus Research

Margaret Hamburger writes, "A new research note from Nucleus Research takes a closer look at the specific experiences of Oracle Database Appliance customers currently using the appliance to support business-critical data and transactions.

Nucleus's initial assessment of the Oracle Database Appliance found that companies could typically avoid 30 to 40 percent of the hardware expense needed to build a comparable platform, while accelerating time to value and increasing business flexibility.

In this research, customers exceeded their expectations with these amazing business results:..."

  • Accelerated monthly billing processes by 5 times
  • Reduced time to complete upgrades by 80 percent
  • Reduced support staff requirements by 60 percent
  • Avoided an 80 percent increase in 3-year software and hardware costs
  • Increased flexibility for future growth
  • Accelerated time to production by 50 times
  • Increased administrator productivity through reduced management and monitoring time
  • Accelerated revenue capture from new customers

Nucleus Research research note.
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