Cisco UCS Ecosystem for Oracle: Extend Support to Big Data and Oracle NoSQL Database

Cisco UCS Ecosystem for Oracle: Extend Support to Big Data and Oracle NoSQL Database


In today’s highly competitive market, the capability to capture, manage, and process high volumes of data in real time can provide a significant business advantage. In the quest to expose insight and information quickly, the rapid analysis of hundreds of terabytes to petabytes of data can be essential — particularly in competitive business environments that rely heavily on the Internet and mobile devices.

Unfortunately, companies often struggle to manage vast amounts of data that streams in on a real-time or near-real-time basis. Traditional technologies such as relational database management systems (RDBMSs) often are unable to handle this new magnitude of data in a cost-effective manner. This urgency compels the need for cost-effective, flexible and scalable solutions that harness unstructured and semistructured data
sources to create business value.

Cisco and Oracle are the first vendors collaborating to deliver integrated, enterprise-class NoSQL solutions. Exceptional agility, availability, scalability and manageability are made possible by the combination of the Cisco
Unified Computing System and the Oracle NoSQL Database. Together, this powerful and integrated solution provides infrastructure building blocks for the quick deployment of scalable and effective big data solutions. Best of all, the combined solution offers enterprise-class service and support from both companies, dramatically reducing the risk and time associated with deploying NoSQL solutions.

Cisco Systems, Inc.
28 Feb 2012
28 Feb 2012
16 Page(s)
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