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05 Feb 2013 Westpac Banking Corporation Implements Oracle-based Master Data Management Applications [29680]
Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Are at the Heart of Deployment

Westpac Banking Corporation has selected Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud to support the ongoing deployment of Oracle-based Master Data Management (MDM) applications. This implementation enables the bank to proceed with its plan to improve system performance and availability and at the same time realize significant cost savings over the next five years. Westpac’s MDM application, which underpins all of its retail banking transactions across its multi-brand organization, is based on Oracle’s Siebel Universal Customer Master (UCM) solution, whose comprehensive functionality provides Westpac with the capability to aggregate and manage customer data over the full customer lifecycle.
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30 Jan 2013 Oracle’s SPARC T4 Servers Exhibit 4X Adoption Rate Year-Over-Year [29581]
Now Power Mission-critical Workloads in Over 3,000 Enterprises Worldwide

The Oracle SPARC T4 server featuring Oracle Solaris now powers mission-critical workloads in over 3,000 enterprises worldwide, nearly 4x the number announced one year ago in industries ranging from Financial Services and Telecommunications, to Public Sector and Retail, delivering double-digit revenue growth in Q2FY13. Unlike competitive servers, SPARC T4 servers come with Oracle Solaris, virtualization and system management featuring Oracle VM Server for SPARC, and Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c, enabling customers to simplify cloud deployments, and automate and optimize their data centers at no additional cost. Oracle Solaris 11.1 on SPARC T4 gives customers the best platform to deploy Oracle software.
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17 Jan 2013 Austrailian Supermarket Group Coles Implements Warehouse Management System [29377]
Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Speed Query Responses

Coles, one of Australia's largest supermarket chains employing more than 100,000 employees in 2000 stores Australia-wide has implemented Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c running on Oracle Linux to enable critical trend reporting during retail seasonal spikes. With this implementation, Coles now enjoys, out of the box, a 3x to 4x improvement in processes and 4 to 6x faster query performance. The intelligent software capabilities in the Oracle Exadata Database Machine give Coles the ability to store 20+ TB of trending historical data, enabling new, complex analytical reports to help better predict the needs and potential issues for Coles’ stores.
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04 Jan 2013 Developing a Cloud Chargeback System [29187]
Reckoning Costs in Terms of Control, Visibility and Fairness

No one wants to be charged at an unfair rate for IT resource usage. Developing a cloud chargeback system, argues Eric Tran-Le, VP Product Management, Oracle Enterprise Manager, that reveals costs in terms of control, visibility and fairness is the solution to assessing charges fairly and accurately. Creating a cost hierarchy that can report both in aggregate and by business unit is the key, Tran-Le maintains. Such a system must distinguish among the layers of computing services employed (server, middleware, database), and include baseline figures derived from the current workloads utilization that characterize the patterns by groups of users and types of workload.
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04 Jan 2013 Developing a Cloud Chargeback System [29187]
Reckoning Costs in Terms of Control, Visibility and Fairness

No one wants to be charged at an unfair rate for IT resource usage. Developing a cloud chargeback system, argues Eric Tran-Le, VP Product Management, Oracle Enterprise Manager, that reveals costs in terms of control, visibility and fairness is the solution to assessing charges fairly and accurately. Creating a cost hierarchy that can report both in aggregate and by business unit is the key, Tran-Le maintains. Such a system must distinguish among the layers of computing services employed (server, middleware, database), and include baseline figures derived from the current workloads utilization that characterize the patterns by groups of users and types of workload.
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