In today’s rapidly changing business environment, IT has to strive to stay ahead of new challenges, boost performance, introduce additional services, and improve availability—while also cutting acquisition and operating costs. Without flexible IT systems, businesses won’t be as agile or efficient as they need to be and IT costs will continue to increase.
Even though many businesses have already undertaken some level of consolidation or virtualisation, there is often potential to extend the benefits across much more of their IT infrastructure. Consolidation and virtualisation provide a range of advantages, but they also help businesses to move towards realising the additional cost savings and agility improvements that cloud computing offers.
Whether your business is in the consolidation, virtualisation, or cloud computing stage, Oracle has pre-integrated engineered systems and best-of-breed server & storage components that can help you reduce risk and quickly generate operational & cost benefits. In addition, Oracle’s enterprise management solutions can also drive asset utilisation up to 70% to maximise the efficiency of your IT operations and simplify management of complex systems.
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Oracle has long had a vision for moving customers to a complete, consolidated, and optimised computing environment that provides maximum flexibility, scalability, and agility. Today, Oracle refers to this vision as the integrated stack.
Extreme performance—doing something faster, better, or more efficiently than it has ever been done before. It’s the hallmark of Oracle’s engineered systems and the ultimate embodiment of Oracle’s drive to simplify IT.
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Businesses that use IT as more than just a provider of services see more innovation in their organisation. By eliminating complexity and simplifying IT, you have more time and resources to create added value for your customers and for your business.
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The combination of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, Oracle OLAP, and Oracle Exadata Database Machine gives us the insight and agility to continue outperforming competitors as we expand our footprint throughout Europe.
Barry Loftus, Head of Business Intelligence and Application Development, JD Sports Fashion plc.
Thanks to Oracle Real Application Clusters, Oracle Solaris, and Oracle’s SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server, we do not have to worry about hardware negatively impacting the availability of our business-critical domain-name database.”
Peter Janssen, Technical Manager, European Registry of Internet Domain Names