Consolidate. Virtualise. Move to the Cloud.
Most businesses spend 4x more maintaining IT than innovating with IT. Cloud computing can turn this equation on its head. Mobile, social, and cloud are redefining how business gets done. Immediate access to the latest technologies is essential for you to innovate and thrive. Oracle has invested nearly 7 years and billions of dollars in engineering and strategic acquisitions to provide you with the world's most comprehensive portfolio of enterprise-grade cloud services. Oracle’s strategy is to offer a broad portfolio of software and hardware products and services to enable public, private and hybrid clouds, enabling customers to choose the right approach for them.
Oracle provides a comprehensive portfolio of best-in-class, integrated products and services to support private cloud applications, platforms, and infrastructure. Oracle private clouds enable more control and visibility over security, regulatory compliance, services levels, and functionality.
For enterprise class cloud services, companies need a broad comprehensive and flexible platform for their applications. The Oracle Public Cloud offers a broad set of best-in-class, integrated services that are elastic, secure and manageable, offering organizations choice in development and deployment of business critical applications.
Oracle Managed Cloud Services offer you a range of deployment models and different levels of service to help you make the most of your current Oracle investments. Extend to Cloud with value, choice, and confidence.
British Telecom delivers scalable and reliable Cloud services using Oracle Enterprise Manager’s automated management capabilities.
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SThree Plc. consolidated 68 Oracle Databases onto a single Oracle Exadata Database Machine, providing the stability and scalability required to underpin ambitious growth targets in the global, specialized recruitment industry.
The Oracle Optimized Solution for Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure on SPARC offers a simple and direct approach that speeds deployment and reduces risk. It is a single-vendor solution for the entire hardware and software stack and it can be deployed in just 2 days, compared to an average of 10 days for a traditional deployment approach.
This paper provides recommendations and best practices for optimising a virtualised cloud infrastructure when deploying the Oracle Optimized Solution Enterprise Infrastructure on SPARC. It discusses software, hardware, storage and network components and is intended to serve as a practical guide to help IT organisations get up and running quickly while maximising the benefits of built-in virtualisation technologies and the massive thread-scale of Oracle’s SPARC servers.
Want to build a private Cloud infrastructure and cut down IT costs? Just surround yourself with Dummies. Learn more about Oracle's highly integrated infrastructure software and hardware to help you architect and deploy a cloud infrastructure that is optimised for the need of your enterprise from day one.
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Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c launches business-driven IT management into the cloud. Read how organisations are seeing the benefits of OEM12c’s commitment to applications-to-disk management and are looking forward to even better control in the cloud.
A superior cloud infrastructure starts with high performing systems using built-in application aware virtualisation. This article will outline a better way to deploy private infrastructure clouds.
Oracle Solaris and the SPARC T4 processor have been engineered together to improve throughput, security, and resiliency throughout the application solution stack. Learn how this combination can maximize return on investment and help organizations manage costs for their existing infrastructures or for new enterprise cloud infrastructure design.
This white paper describes Oracle’s experience creating and using a self-service private Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud for its large development organisation.
Allied Irish Bank uses Oracle’s SPARC servers, Solaris 11, and Database as the base for its Oracle private cloud.
Data centres are looking at cloud computing as a way to deliver the necessary flexibility, scalability, efficiency and speed. With this article you will get best practice tips on choosing a solution and implementation.