Maximize IT Flexibility and Lower Costs with Grid Computing on Windows
To stay competitive, organizations need a flexible IT infrastructure to support rapidly changing business needs. Grid computing enables you to respond immediately to new requirements by quickly adding capacity on demand and integrating applications to create new business processes.
Topics covered in this webcast include:
- Grid computing basics
- The business and technical benefits of grid computing
- How to achieve grid computing on Windows with Oracle Database 11g and Real Application Clusters
Limited power, space and cooling, scarce and expensive resources, changing business requirements, and underutilized infrastructure are increasing the demand for grid computing. View this webcast to learn about grid capabilities including resource pooling and sharing, dynamic resource provisioning, and automated monitoring and management.
Director at Oracle Corporation with the Real Application Clusters product management team
Randy Hietter is a Director at Oracle Corporation with the Real Application Clusters product management team. His extensive experience in enterprise software product marketing and management includes specialization in performance management software, database and J2EE application servers with companies such as EMC/Luminate, Sybase, and Persistence Software.
- Oracle Corporation
- Apr 1, 2008, 12:00 EDT (16:00 GMT)