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Mark Hurd Announces Exa Your Power: Move from IBM Power to Oracle's Engineered Systems with Ease

It's time to see the results of running your database infrastructure on Oracle's engineered systems. It's easier to migrate than you think. For qualified customers, Oracle and Intel will conduct a sample proof of concept database migration at no charge. For more information, email exayourpower_us@oracle.com or call +1.800.ORACLE1 to speak to an Oracle representative today!
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Introducing Oracle's New SPARC M7-Based Systems

The new Oracle SPARC M7 processor-based systems, including the Oracle SuperCluster M7 engineered system and Oracle SPARC T7 and M7 servers, are designed to seamlessly integrate with existing infrastructure. They also include fully integrated virtualization and management for cloud.
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Larry Ellison Announces Oracle Private Cloud Machine for PaaS and IaaS

Enterprises looking to combine the agility of the public cloud and the control of their data centers finally have a solution—Oracle Private Cloud Machine for Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). The best of both worlds is coming soon to a data center near you.
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Maximize Consolidation Efficiency and Performance with the New Oracle Exadata Database Machine X5-8

Available now, the new Oracle Exadata Database Machine X5-8 is an ideal platform for cost-effective consolidation in database cloud deployments as well as in-memory analytics, OLTP and mixed workloads. "For the last several years, Oracle Exadata has been the platform of choice for running mission critical Oracle databases at thousands of customers, and X5-8 extends this value proposition," said Juan Loaiza, Senior Vice President, Systems Technology, Oracle.
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Oracle Launches New All Flash FS Storage System

Oracle All Flash FS Storage System delivers superior flash performance, capacity scaling, and flash provisioning, and is designed to handle concurrent mixed workloads, such as OLTP and high-speed data backup, in enterprise SAN environments as well as in private or public clouds. It is the only all-flash storage system coengineered with Oracle Database and Oracle Applications, delivering net incremental business benefits from industry-leading data compression to one-click application provisioning.
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Larry Ellison's Keynote at Oracle OpenWorld 2015

Watch Larry Ellison's Keynote at Oracle OpenWorld 2015 (1:20:42)

Oracle Executive Chairman and Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison announces Oracle Private Cloud Machine for PaaS and IaaS, the newest member of Oracle's engineered systems family.

Dave Donatelli in Oracle OpenWorld Keynote

Dave Donatelli Unveils Converged Infrastructure Strategy in Oracle OpenWorld Keynote (25:21)

Watch Dave Donatelli discuss how Oracle brings clarity to an industry in chaos with its converged infrastructure product stack, featuring coengineered innovations and security features from chip to applications to the cloud.

President Chuck Hollis

Senior Vice President Chuck Hollis Tells Us Why the Oracle Stack Matters (15:51)

Chuck Hollis sits down with top analysts on theCUBE to talk about the Oracle product stack at Oracle OpenWorld 2015.

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BT Spain Builds "Cloud of Clouds" on Oracle Private Cloud Appliance

What Customers and Partners are Saying About Oracle SPARC M7-Based Systems

University Hospitals Leuven Delivers Health Records in Real Time with Oracle SPARC M7 Servers

Canon Processes Data from More Than 1 Million Printers 5x Faster with Oracle Exadata

Saudi Arabia's Public Pension Agency Boosts Quality of Services While Reducing Database Licenses by 40%

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PC World: Oracle Just Made Its Biggest SPARC Announcement Since Buying Sun

Infotech Lead: Why Oracle SPARC M7 Is Better Than IBM Power Systems

Computer Technology Review: Oracle and Intel Launch Exa Your Power Program to Migrate Off Mature IBM Power Systems

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