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Cisco and Oracle : Innovations, Performance, and Business Results

September 14, 2010 - 0 Comments

Cisco and Oracle are working together to optimize business solutions for enterprise, service provider and mid-market customers. Cisco Unified Computing System with Oracle technologies, including Oracle Databases, Oracle VM, Oracle Enterprise Linux, Fusion Middleware, and business applications, help global customers transform business and improve performance in the data center.

This year again, Cisco will participate to the Oracle Open World conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco September 19-23 

To know more about our activities at Oracle Open World 2010 , please visit our event site here  

In addition of visiting our booth (#711) , here some suggestions in terms of speaking sessions you may want to attend  

Unified Computing: Promoting the Next Phase in Virtualization 

Wim Coekaerts, Oracle, Senior Vice President, Linux and Virtualization
Soni Jiandani, Cisco Systems, Inc., VP Marketing, Server, Access, and Virtualization
Virtualization offers many advantages for lowering cost and improving server utilization, but traditional server architectures do not address many issues such as the time needed to deploy a new instance; the cost of adapters/switches to reach storage, servers, and the network; power; and cooling. In 2009 Cisco began offering a new approach, which many Fortune 500 companies have implemented. This session covers how the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) lowers cost/complexity while promoting higher levels of performance and management and provides insights into how Oracle takes advantage of the Cisco UCS design and how customers will benefit


Customers Optimize Oracle Solutions with
Cisco Unified Computing System

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