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Oracle Explains the Secrets to Boosting Database Performance in Clouds

Oracle Database experts address many of the concerns that continue to swirl around cloud computing in a new Webcast that describes how to improve database performance and reduce IT expenses.

Private Cloud Database Consolidation with Oracle Exadata provides technical details for consolidating Oracle Database 11g onto a private cloud. The Webcast includes information about how this new model for delivering database services is being used in real-world businesses today.

Private clouds create shared pools of IT resources that organizations can dynamically provision as workload demands change. This can reduce costs and complexity, improve services, and increase IT flexibility. Unlike with public clouds, the internal IT staff retains control over computing resources in private clouds, which mitigates many concerns about cloud security, regulatory compliance, and long-term costs.

The Webcast covers how deploying databases in a consolidated private cloud enables IT departments to improve database performance, availability, and data security while also reducing capital and operating costs. Organizations can achieve the benefits through server, operating system, and database consolidation. The tighter the consolidations, often the greater the return on investment.

Viewers will also learn how Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Real Application Clusters offer a choice of private cloud architectures. Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Real Application Clusters are the key software components of Oracle Exadata Database Machine, making it the ideal private cloud database consolidation platform.

View Private Cloud Database Consolidation with Oracle Exadata to learn how to save money and improve database performance.

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