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October 2013

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Coming in October: Database as a Service Online Forum

Thanks to Oracle Database 12c’s new multitenant architecture plus a series of advancements in Oracle Exadata and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, customers can now mimic providers of public cloud services and deliver database as a service (DBaaS) in a private cloud.

Most enterprises have hundreds of different applications, often running on dedicated stacks of software and hardware from a mix of different vendors. This typically results in high costs, unused capacity, unnecessary complexity, and constrained flexibility.

"Private DBaaS provides a tremendous opportunity to simplify IT by standardizing, consolidating, and automating," says Rex Wang, vice president of technology software product marketing, Oracle. "At the same time, you retain control and visibility over service definition, data security, and quality of service."

On Monday, October 21, 2013, from 9:00 a.m. PT to 12:00 p.m. PT, Oracle will host an online forum, led by Carl Olofson, research vice president, IDC, and Juan Loaiza, senior vice president, Oracle Systems Technology, outlining how organizations can deliver database services. Hear from experts, analysts, customers, and product managers as they discuss the unique characteristics and capabilities in Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c that can help you design, deploy, and deliver DBaaS.

  • Design Database as a Service
    In this session, learn how to design and architect a database-as-a-service environment that will shift your organization from administering a heterogeneous set of silos to an agile and flexible database cloud. You’ll get exposure to technical reference architectures and, more importantly, understand the trade-offs and alternatives for building a practical operation plan, infrastructure deployment plan, and business plan. Finally, learn how to build a service-level-agreement-driven business plan with sustainable cost recovery that dynamically meets consumer expectations.

  • Deploy Database as a Service
    In this session, learn how Oracle offers a complete solution for deploying DBaaS that delivers on a broad range of requirements such as simplified database consolidation, mission-critical deployments, and extreme scalability. Also hear how the new multitenant architecture in Oracle Database 12c lends itself to providing DBaaS. Finally, get insight into best practices and lessons learned about how to develop the important components of DBaaS, including service catalogs and service levels.

  • Deliver Database as a Service
    In this session, learn how Oracle helps minimize operational management costs and administration while increasing the speed and agility of your organization. You will also hear how Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c helps maintain proper governance and ensure service levels. Finally, learn how Oracle offers a path to grow your evolving DBaaS platform.

Register Today
Attend the half-day online Database as a Service Online Forum and find out how companies are beginning to transform using database as a service. Register today and get full details about the event, including session information, live chat, and speaker biographies.
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