sponsored by IBM
Posted:  08 Aug 2011
Published:  08 Aug 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  12  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Faced with enormous data growth and constraints on physical space, Oracle administrators often push their storage systems to the capacity limit. Even the most advanced relational database management systems, such as those operating in Oracle environments, can put a strain on their underlying storage hardware due to the sheer amount of system data. Many IT departments also invest considerable effort in maintaining the requisite performance levels and data availability. And on top of it all, they need to contend with the growing complexities of IT environments and runaway storage costs.

The IBM XIV Storage System was designed to create a different enterprise storage reality. By listening carefully to customers—including Oracle users—IBM has designed a storage system that tackles real storage issues head-on. Read this white paper to learn more.






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