Cisco Unified Computing System Reference Architecture for Oracle Solutions

September 26, 2011 - 0 Comments

The day after meeting John McAbel to talk about  “Oracle VM consolidation on Cisco UCS ” (see blog and video ), I met another Cisco speaker at Oracle OpenWorld.  Siva Sivakumar, Director Cisco Unified Computing Systems Performance and Solutions, will present on Monday October 3rd, in conjunction with one of his engineers Greg Blotter, what his team is doing to provide to the  UCS customers, who are migrating Oracle applications to the UCS platform, a rock solid environment.

Here is the extract of the session (#35600), which will take place on
Monday October 3 at 5 pm Moscone South – 307

“The Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) represents an innovative approach to engineer compute, networking, and storage access components optimized for virtualization in a single integrated platform optimized to meet increasing data center demands. By combining the latest Intel Xeon processor-based servers, unique extended memory capacity, converged network adapters, and stateless computing using service profiles, Cisco UCS reduces TCO, minimizes time to deploy apps, simplifies management, and improves productivity. This platform is ideally suited for Oracle as evidenced by leading results on Oracle and industry benchmarks and Fortune 500 customers who selected Cisco UCS to run Oracle. Come learn why Cisco UCS has become the number three blade vendor in the world in only two years”

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Siva and his team  will be also on our booth #721 — Check out the demos

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