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Webcast: Addressing Your Top Database Management Challenges. Oracle Database Appliance.

Find Out How You Stack Up to Your Peers

If your business is like many, the demands of managing databases and users’ service-level expectations are conflicting with IT resource and budget constraints. To compare how your experience stacks up with those in your field, watch this Webcast and hear the results of the 2012 global Database Management Survey.

You’ll gain insights into database management challenges, including:

  • Tasks that consume the most DBA time
  • Top challenges in deploying new database services
  • Time and complexity of a typical hardware-refresh cycle

Join us and be the first to learn the results of the Database Management Survey conducted by Crimson Consulting Research. And learn how solutions such as the Oracle Database Appliance, based on Intel® Xeon® processors, are ideally suited to help you meet database management challenges and ensure a high level of performance and scalability.

Register to watch this informative Webcast now.

In association with Intel

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Presented by:
David Swanger
David Swanger
Director of Product Marketing, Oracle
Fabrizio Giamello
Fabrizio Giamello
Oracle Engagement Manager, Intel
Sergei Kroutiakov
Sergei Kroutiakov
Infrastructure and Database Consultant, Crimson Consulting

In association with Intel


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