e-DBA Announce the Purchase of Oracle Exadata X3-2 and Oracle Exalytics X2-4 Machine
Chelmsford, United Kingdom, January 09, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Oracle Exadata X3-2 is a member of the Oracle Engineered System portfolio, meaning that the software and hardware of the system work together in order to deliver optimum performance. The machine is able to improve performance speed for all workloads by ten times, as well as reduce database storage requirements by ten times. It is the ideal database platform for cloud computing as its Flash and RAM memory allows up to hundreds of Terabytes of data to be stored, enabling it to cope with unpredictable workloads.
The Oracle Exalytics X2-4 Machine is also a member of the Oracle Engineered System portfolio. It is the best-in-class enterprise business intelligence platform, which provides the fastest solution for modelling forecasting and panning applications. One benefit of the Oracle Exalytics X2-4 Machine is that data is stored in its main memory which makes response time much faster. Exalytics also gives the advantage of utilising a plug-and-play architecture; this means no migrations or architecture changes are necessary which dramatically reduces set-up time.
The purchase of the units will enable the company to provide Proof of Concepts for both machines. This will allow organisations that are thinking of buying Oracle Exadata X3-2 or Exalytics X2-4 to experience the benefits of the machine, before committing to purchase. This is ideal for those organisations that are hesitant to invest as they will be able to see exactly what advantages are available to them.
e-DBA are also planning to use the units for demonstration and training purposes, which will enable them to educate organisations on how the units work. Using the machines as training systems means that the e-DBA team will be able to teach organisations how to fully utilise the units, ensuring that they will receive both optimum performance, and the highest return on investment.
James Anthony, Technical Director at e-DBA, has said: “We believe the purchase of these units demonstrates our commitment to both Oracle and our customers. We work hard to ensure that we are able to deliver the latest technology to our customers, so they can experience the benefits available to them sooner. Having our own units means we will be able to offer our customers to benefit from the opportunity to test drive these new technologies before they commit to purchase.”
The purchase of the Oracle Exadata X3-2 and Oracle Exalytics X2-4 will allow e-DBA to expand their service offerings even further, reinforcing their position as the market leader for Oracle Managed and Professional Services. It is the company’s continued success and growth in size which has enabled them to invest in these new technologies. These factors have also led to the opening of an Australia office in April 2013 which will allow e-DBA to reach an even larger customer base.
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