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09 Mar 2016 Amazing Results on SPARC T7 by MSC Software [50600]
By Mike Mulkey

Mike Mulkey blogs, "In this joint Oracle and MSC Software solution brief, Oracle's T7 server with Solaris 11 is deployed to consolidate multiple instances of MSC's SimManager server, associated web application server, and a supporting instance of the Oracle Database 12c server, onto a single platform.

This demonstrated how a single T7 server can accomplish the work of a complex cluster of multiple x86 Lintel servers while achieving 75,000 simulations in a single day..."
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19 Jan 2016 EMC NetWorker Performance & Scalability with SPARC T5 [49286]
By Mike Mulkey

Mike Mulkey blogs, "EMC and Oracle have thousands of mutual customer installations worldwide who need a storage management suite which centralizes, automates, and accelerates data backup and recovery across their IT environment. The EMC NetWorker software provides the power and flexibility to meet these challenges on Oracle SPARC servers.

A new white paper is now released which reviews how NetWorker takes advantage of the capabilities of the SPARC T5-2 server and performs better compared to previous SPARC or x86 platforms due to the T5-2 server's enhanced resources and capabilities. This paper also highlights the best practices for optimal performance using EMC NetWorker on the SPARC T5-2 server platform."
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06 Jul 2015 HELP!! Solaris Technical Support for Developers [44146]
Free technical HELP under the Oracle PartnerNetwork (Gold and above)

Mike Mulkey writes, "DID YOU KNOW that our Solaris developers get free technical HELP under the Oracle PartnerNetwork (Gold level members and above) for any questions regarding development of their applications on Oracle Solaris 11!?

Yes, great news. But most importantly, to coin a line from our theme song, its not just ANY body who is providing that help.

Lets be clear that this is NOT a call center in the middle east. At Oracle we have a team of senior ISV Engineers who respond directly to these questions from our OPN partners..."
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22 Apr 2015 Oracle Solaris Development Initiative [42107]
By Mike Mulkey

Mike Mulkey blogs, "ISV developers take note, this is even better than FREE beer!

The majority of Oracle's top enterprise customers run their most mission-critical applications on Oracle Solaris today. Solaris is the vehicle by which Oracle customers leverage the power of the SPARC microprocessor - - delivering world-record performance, maximum scalability, and continuous reliable service.

There are 113 examples of this on the Oracle customer & partner success portal. Take a look!..."
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03 Mar 2015 Webinar: Software in Silicon - Register Now [41188]
March 18, 2015

Join us on March 18, 2015 for a FREE Webinar on "Software In Silicon" hosted by Oracle experts, Angelo Rajadurai and Mike Mulkey.

Oracle ISV Engineering is offering an exciting opportunity to learn about the NEW offering for developers who want early access to the revolutionary Software in Silicon technology in the forthcoming Oracle SPARC M7 processor running Oracle Solaris 11.

What Will You Learn?

By listening to this webinar, you'll learn how to:

  • Use the NEW Software in Silicon Cloud to dramatically improve reliability and security.
  • Accelerate application performance in today's market.
  • Software in Silicon implements accelerators directly into the processor to deliver a rich feature-set that enables quick development of more secure, robust, reliable, and faster databases and applications.

With the Oracle Software in Silicon Cloud, developers can have a secure environment in which to test and improve their software, as well as exploit the unique advantages of Oracle's Software in Silicon technology.
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