With my blog audience all being experts in the IT industry (I presume), I think we are all too familiar with the problems of classic password security mechanisms.
Humans are just not good at remembering long meaningless strings of tokens, especially if they need to be changed every so many months and having to keep track of many of those at the same time.
SOURCE: Oracle Hardware Blog ATOS, a leading international IT services outsourcing provider, has implemented Oracle SuperCluster
as a complete, high-availability, multi-tenancy infrastructure,
increasing performance, increasing profits, and providing higher
services levels to customers.
With Oracle SuperCluster support for multi-tenancy through
CRN recently gathered and reviewed computer systems of all shapes and
sizes, including microservers, rack-mount servers, integrated systems,
and even mainframes. The result is their list of 10 of the coolest
server introductions for 2013 -- which includes the latest Oracle
Oracle has lead the shift from stand-alone servers to converged (or
engineered, in Oracle speak) systems, starting over five years ago with
Dave Vellante (Wikibon Chief Research Officer) and Steve Zivanic held a webcast On Feb. 6th, highlighting the business benefits of ZS3 with Oracle Database, followed by an industry overview and competitive comparison of ZS3 vs. NetApp FAS6000 systems.
Since their introduction last year, Oracle's T5 servers have topped performance metrics across enterprise workloads.Now SPARC T5 server has just shattered another world record. These are the benchmark results:
In a new Head-to-Head Product Report on Hybrid Storage Arrays, the Data Center Infrastructure Group (DCIG) concluded that "the EMC VNX5400 is probably the most ill-equipped of these arrays to meet enterprise performance demands short and long term". The report goes on to say that "the Oracle ZS3 Series stands out in stark contrast to other offerings from enterprise storage providers. It gives enterprise organizations the features they need in a hybrid storage array without having to compromise."