Business application deployment and maintenance is one of the most complex projects faced by the enterprise. In many cases, these are high visibility and high risk efforts, with substantial budgets, and, if done right, will result in transformational change. Conversely, if things do not work out as planned, the results will almost certainly be disastrous.
As a system administrator, you’re asked to pull together a huge array of technologies, tools, and products into a working system while addressing performance problems, security threats and tight timelines. The last thing you need is yet another product that adds to your list of challenges.
Oracle introduced Engineered Systems to the world in 2008.
Two years later, Exalogic built on this success with an integrated solution
that delivered extreme performance, simplified maintenance, and also ran all of
your applications. Since then, the engineered systems trend caught fire, with
several industry analyst studies giving it credence.
Now IBM comes out with its me-too offering, the PureApplication
System, a converged infrastructure system from IBM that doesn’t quite make the
cut for a truly engineered system.
Webcast Date: Thursday, November 8, 2012 Time: 10am PT/ 1pm ET
Companies from around the world were honored for their innovative solutions using Oracle Fusion Middleware. This year’s 27 award winners, representing 11 countries and a wide span of industries, wowed the judges with a range of projects across eight product categories. 4 awards were given out to customers who demonstrated innovative application of Oracle Exalogic for their mission-critical applications.Below is an overview of the 4 businesses that won the Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Award for Oracle Exalogic this year.
You can increase customer satisfaction, brand equity, and ultimately top-line revenue by deploying Oracle ATG Web Commerce, Oracle WebCenter Sites, Oracle Endeca applications, Oracle’s Siebel applications, and other front-office applications on Oracle Exalogic, Oracle’s combination of hardware and software for applications and middleware.
For those of you that will be coming out to Oracle OpenWorld 2012 next ween in San Francisco, I encourage you to take a few minutes on Monday afternoon to come to my session on Oracle Exalogic.
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Are you looking to deliver breakthrough performance for packaged and custom applications? For many front-office applications such as Oracle WebCenter Sites, Oracle Transportation Management, and Oracle’s ATG and Siebel product families, improved performance leads directly to greater revenue or cost savings from the business - a compelling proposition. For back-office applications, improved performance has tangible benefits in terms of footprint reductions.