Oracle Launches Oracle + Sun Product Strategy Event Series
Worldwide Tour Highlights Best Practices for Optimizing Data Center Efficiency
Redwood Shores, CA – July 29, 2010
To outline its Oracle + Sun product strategy and to demonstrate how the Company can enable highly efficient data centers, Oracle announced the kick off of its Global Next-Generation Data Center Efficiency road show and Storage Summit event series.
Oracle executives and technology experts will outline the Oracle + Sun product strategy and share Oracle’s vision for a fully integrated and optimized data center.
A keynote session will discuss the Oracle integrated Server and Storage Systems strategy, and follow-on sessions will focus on helping customers maximize data center resources and efficiency, and improve application performance and scale.
Experts will discuss how customers can reduce costs and simplify management, while boosting performance, by using consolidation and virtualization, next- generation cloud deployment and integrated systems management.
Experts will outline how customers can achieve cost savings using Oracle’s Sun Unified Storage high-speed products. They will also discuss how Oracle Database 11g can leverage tiered storage (tape and disk) functionality to achieve significant cost and performance benefits.
The events will include customized content for each region, multiple tracks and a Q&A session.
The Oracle + Sun product strategy delivers innovation through integration at every level of the data center—from application to disk.
With its full stack of business software and hardware, Oracle continues to set new standards for efficiency, simplicity, performance and scalability.
Register for the worldwide Next-Generation Data Center events here.
Register for the worldwide Storage Summit events here.
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