This case study highlights how a global marketing and intelligence agency moved mission-critical OLTP and OLAP databases off the SAN and onto an innovative system in the database servers. This eliminated I/O delays in the transactional databases and accelerated reporting times in its data warehouse.
Businesses have more data to manage than ever before and they are also charged with keeping the costs of storage down. Oracle Database 11g introduces a comprehensive set of technologies to help address these challenges.
By using the Oracle Exadata Database Machine as a data warehouse platform you have a balanced, high performance hardware configuration. This paper focuses on the other two corner stones, data modeling and data loading, providing a set of best practices and examples for deploying a data warehouse on the Oracle Exadata Database Machine.
This paper compares the TCO of Oracle11g and Sybase ASE 15 databases, and demonstrates Sybase as the clear winner. Read this paper to learn why enterprises choose Sybase ASE on Linux for mission-critical applications that demand lightning-fast performance.
This white paper explains how by partitioning databases based on the lifecycles of the information and compressing historical data, IT departments can reduce their dependency on high-end storage, reduce their incremental storage costs, keep more data online for longer periods, and improve the performance of applications.
This white paper contains a sampling of real business results that organizations around the world, in a variety of industries, have achieved by upgrading and standardizing on Oracle Database 11g.
This white paper offers a cost-effective information management solution that optimizes storage infrastructures while also maintaining the performance and scalability that businesses require.