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Oracle on VMware: Caging the license dragon


Virtualizing databases has huge financial and operational benefits – in particular with Oracle, where physically deployed database servers are typically heavily under-utilized which leads to huge over-spending on license cost. Of course poor efficiency on database servers leads to higher processing requirements, to higher number of CPUs purchased, and in turn [...]

Interview with Madora


A while ago I was interviewed by Kay Williams of Madora Consulting. As many customers are overwhelmed by licensing, audit and compliancy issues, I highly recommend my EMEA readers to reach out to Madora if you need independent assistance in that area. In the interview we discussed a bit of my background, [...]

Introducing Outrun for Oracle


Overview If you want to get your hands dirty with Oracle database, the first thing you have to do is build a system that actually runs Oracle database. Unless you have done that several times before, chances are that this will take considerable time spent on trial-and-error, several reinstalls, fixing install [...]

New EMC RecoverPoint for Virtual Machines: Redefining Hybrid...


As organizations continue their journey towards leveraging hybrid cloud services and modernizing their data centers to a software-defined architecture, updating or upgrading data protection strategies and methods must also follow suit. EMC is proud to introduce the newest member of … Continue reading → Author information Beth Phalen VP of Engineering, Data Mobility [...]