sponsored by Informatica
Posted:  28 May 2010
Published:  28 May 2010
Format:  PDF
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

AT&T had found the growth of its Oracle E-Business Suite databases to be so costly that it was impacting the bottom line. To help control costs, AT&T developed and implemented its own database archiving software. Over time, the in-house solution proved unmanageable, so the company turned to Informatica Data Archive in 2004 to bring its database growth under control and improve application performance by reducing the amount of total storage required as well as trimming the amount of time required to load and back up its application data sets.

By implementing Informatica Data Archive, AT&T estimates that it has improved ERP database performance by 30% in a very short period of time and has maintained high performance ever since. Read this paper to learn more.






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