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Using Oracle TimesTen to Accelerate Oracle Database - Webcast

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In today's fast-paced business environment, the ability to access, capture, analyze data in real time is increasingly becoming the source of competitive advantage for many companies. In areas such as financial services, telecommunications and defense, systems must run with very low latency and very high throughput.

Attend this free Webcast to learn how Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database is deployed as a cache for Oracle Database in order to accelerate enterprise applications that need to run in real-time.

Discover how to dramatically accelerate your Oracle Database applications by using Oracle's TimesTen In-Memory Database as a dynamic, updatable cache. Learn how you can dramatically reduce response times for your users and increase the throughput of your performance-critical applications in areas such as SOA, CRM, business intelligence (BI) and business activity monitoring (BAM).

Attend this free Webcast to learn how you can:

  • Boost performance of your enterprise applications
  • Integrate TimesTen as a cache for Oracle Database
  • Provide high availability in the application tier

Speaker

Susan Cheung Director of Product Management Susan Cheung is currently the Director of Product Management responsible for the Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database product at Oracle. Susan has over 20 years of experience in the software industry and held positions as software developer, architect, and product manager at TimesTen (now Oracle), Interwoven, Sun Microsystems, and Tandem Computers (now HP). The majority of her work has been in the design and development of infrastructure software that enable enterprise companies to meet their high performance and high availability business requirements in the areas of transactional systems, J2EE applications, and content management.
Vendor:
Oracle Corporation
Premiered:
Mar 15, 2007, 14:00 EDT (18:00 GMT)
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Webcast
Language:
English

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