Live Webcast. Oracle Reveals the Next Step in Data Center Consolidation.

Live Webcast: Next Step in Data Center Consolidation

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Thursday, June 27, 2013

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How are you dealing with the increasing costs and delays caused by your complex data center architecture? Is your business struggling with an inefficient collection of multi-vendor, custom assembled components? Are your users asking for faster and more flexible deployments, better performance and higher availability than your current IT infrastructure can support?

Join us for a live webcast with Oracle Executive Vice President, John Fowler, and learn how consolidating your existing data center to a new generation of completely integrated solutions can help you:

  • Simplify complex, multivendor architectures
  • Speed application deployment up to 5x
  • Lower data center TCO up to 5x while improving system performance and availability
  • Easily roll out self-service, private cloud capabilities

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John Fowler

Executive Vice President, Systems, Oracle

David Lawler

Senior Vice President, Systems Product Management, Oracle

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