Storage Stack: The IOUG Storage Systems Newsletter
August 10, 2017
An information resource prepared by Database Trends and Applications Magazine and published in cooperation with the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG).
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A new Dragon Slayer Consulting report outlines the challenges of using a do-it-yourself approach to building hybrid clouds using cloud gateways and explores how Oracle's co-engineered cloud-converged storage approach can do it better.
IDC's new white paper explores how Oracle's Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance recovers Oracle Database data to any point in time, minimizing data loss exposure.
Patrick Van den Branden, head of ICT Infrastructure at B Logistics, discusses why the company chose Oracle SuperCluster and Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance for its business-critical systems—instead of IBM and Microsoft—due to Oracle's performance, scalability, high availability, and reliability.
Traditional backup systems put you at risk of losing data. Read "Database Protection for Dummies" to see how to modernize your approach.
Explore this interactive infographic to see how Oracle customers are setting the bar on recovery, not backups, when it comes to protecting their mission-critical Oracle Databases.
Oracle Storage is the only storage co-engineered with Oracle Database to meet its demanding performance, efficiency, security, and management requirements. Learn why it matters.
Cloud integration and storage performance are the DBA's keys to success, but how can you be sure that your storage solution is making things better instead of worse? Use this resource centerto explore storage solutions that seamlessly integrate with cloud.
See how DBAs get database-optimized backup, reporting, validation, and most importantly, recovery.
Oracle industry visionary Chuck Hollis explains how the new Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance converges cloud and on-premises storage with built-in access to the Oracle Cloud, and cost-effectively accelerates applications through co-engineering with Oracle Database and an all-flash configuration.