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ZIPInfiniband for Oracle DBA's - Klaas-Jan Jongsma, VX Company

Published: 11.04.2013 - This document is restricted to members

UKOUG Engineered Systems Summit - 16th April 2013

PDFExadata Hybrid Columnar Compression (EHCC) Deep Dive - Husnu Sensoy, Global Maksimum Data & Information Tech

Published: 10.04.2013 - This document is restricted to members

UKOUG Engineered Systems Summit - 16th April 2013

PDFServer Consolidation and Architecture Optimisation Leveraging Oracle Engineered Systems - Abdul Sheikh, Cintra

Published: 10.04.2013 - This document is restricted to members

UKOUG Engineered Systems Summit - 16th April 2013

PDFPDFZero downtime migration to Exadata using Oracle GoldenGate - Imtiyaz Mohammad, TheTrainLine.com

Published: 10.04.2013 - This document is restricted to members

UKOUG Engineered Systems Summit - 16th April 2013

PDFExalogic Virtualisation - Donald Forbes and Mark Mundy, Oracle

Published: 09.04.2013 - This document is restricted to members

UKOUG Engineered Systems Summit - 16th April 2013

PDFThe Operational Impact of Engineered Systems - Jules Lane,Oracle

Published: 26.02.2013 - This document is restricted to members

UKOUG 2012

PDFThe Ins and Outs of Oracle Total Recall - Bjoern Rost, Portrix Systems GmbH

Published: 25.02.2013 - This document is restricted to members

UKOUG 2012

PDFThe Art of Systems Selection - Damian Tambirasa

Published: 13.02.2013 - This document is restricted to members

UKOUG 2012

PDFDisaster Recovery Solutions for Oracle® Database Standard Edition RAC - A Dbvisit White Paper

Published: 05.11.2012 - This document is restricted to members

The Oracle database management system is a favorite platform for companies of all sizes, from small and medium organizations to large enterprises. While these organizations have a range of budgets available to them, they all need to ensure the availability of their systems and the integrity of their data.Irrespective of the organization size, start-up to large enterprise, it is critical that these systems are available to customers at all times.

PPTXThe real cost of application user I/O wait

Published: 17.09.2012 - This document is restricted to members

Application and database performance is a key success criteria for every business. These applications can be directly impacted by the storage sub-system that the database sits on and with the demanding multi-tenanted workloads of today current disk media is unable to keep pace. This leads to slow response times (latency) and low throughput (IOPs) which are responsible for the poor application performance, lost productivity and lost business revenue.


Violin Memory arrays eliminate the I/O limitation from the application and free up resources to do real work. This ultimately drives up the transactions per second and drives down the cost per transaction. By reading and writing data blocks within microsecond latency our arrays accelerate applications to their full potential improving productivity. The combination of low latency, high IOPs and high throughput make Violin arrays a perfect fit for all workloads including the mixed performance requirements of a consolidated infrastructure. Consolidating applications which now perform efficiently helps bring down the infrastructure costs for a business.


This presentation will explore in detail the real cost of user IO waits on legacy disk systems and how Violin Memory Flash Arrays allow applications to reach their maximum performance while reducing the cost of transactions for businesses.

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