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Simplifying and improving Oracle Database deployments is something that many DBAs just don’t have the time for.

Fortunately, Nutanix can help you optimize your Oracle databases, with benefits including up to a 62% reduction in TCO according to a Nutanix commissioned report by IDC.

Access this e-book to learn how Nutanix Cloud Platform solutions are designed to enhance your Oracle Database estate, enabling faster, highly available, simplified database instances across hybrid and public clouds.

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