Viscosity DBA Webinar Series:
Love your Exadata: Love it more in the Cloud
December 4th, 2018 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST
Exadata Cloud Service (ExaCS) is based on an Exadata system configuration that contains a predefined number of compute nodes and a predefined number of Exadata Storage Servers, all tied together by a high-speed, low-latency InfiniBand network and intelligent Exadata software. It enables you to leverage the combined power of Exadata and Oracle Cloud. Cloud computing is known for many things: cost effectiveness, flexibility, scalability.
Viscosity Exadata Cloud Service Solutions
– Choose the appropriate Exadata Cloud shape you want along with the minimal cores to support DR and scale up on switchover
– If you’re wanting to retire or upgrade your Exadata, why not upgrade and move your workload into Exadata Cloud? With Bring your Own License (BYOL) it becomes even easier
– Viscosity offers a fixed cost solution for Migration and Implementation services to get customers up quickly
The first 50 people to sign up have the chance to win the Oracle Exadata Command Set Cheat Sheet, written by Viscosity CTO, Nitin Vengurlekar and Oracle Exadata Cloud Services Product Manager, Brian Spendolini.
Didn’t sign up quickly enough for the drawing? An exclusive offer will be given to all registrants following the webinar!
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Meet the Speaker:
Chief Technology Officer, Viscosity
Nitin Vengurlekar is the co-founder and CTO of Viscosity North America. At Viscosity, Nitin is responsible for Service delivery, Partner relationship and end-2-end solution architecture. Nitin’s main emphasis has been on virtualization, Oracle Engineered Systems, Hyper-Converged Systems, and Public/Private Database Cloud implementations.
Nitin is a well-known Oracle technologist and speaker in the areas of Oracle Storage, high availability, Oracle RAC, and private database cloud. He is the author of Database Cloud Storage, Oracle Automatic Storage Management, and the Data Guard Handbook. He has also written many papers on storage, database internals, database tuning, and served as a contributor to Oracle documentation as well as Oracle education material.
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