HCC & ODA- A Technological Heavenly Match
May 2, 2019 1:00PM CST / 2:00PM EST
Join us for a 45-minute webinar that illustrates exactly how Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) and Hybrid Columnar Compression (HCC) team up to provide outstanding reliability, performance, and capacity at a reasonable price point for just about any Oracle database.
Every ODA leverages the identical hardware that Oracle Exadata – its premier enterprise system – uses to provide outstanding reliability, scaling, and performance for both Oracle databases and application workloads. ODA can take advantage of HCC to provide significant data compression – often as much as 10X – 15X – with virtually no impact to data retrieval speeds as well as corresponding improvements in physical I/O rates.
And when ODA is paired with the most modern and robust database – Oracle 12cR2 and Oracle 18c – IT organizations can immediately recognize ROI through one of the most reasonably-priced yet powerful platforms.
Join us to learn how ODA, HCC, and 18c are a match made in IT heaven, including how to:
- Implement Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) for application workloads that require a reliable, scalable, and expandable hardware platform at extremely reasonable price points
- Apply Hybrid Columnar Compression (HCC) to your organization’s data to utilize storage efficiently while boosting physical I/O performance
- Migrate, upgrade, and transform your existing databases to Oracle 12cR2 or 18c to take advantage of new feature sets and avoid costly support costs*
- Leverage Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) techniques to automatically compress and archive data as it grows colder over time
*Oracle customers need to upgrade to at least Oracle 12cR2 by July 2019 to avoid the extreme cost of support for Oracle 11gR2 or 12cR1 databases.
Meet the Speaker:
Senior Enterprise Data Architect
Jim is an Oracle ACE Director with almost four decades of experience in information technology, serving diverse roles at several Fortune 1000 companies – mainframe programmer, applications developer, business analyst, and project manager – before becoming an Oracle DBA in 2001. He holds Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) certification for Oracle Database releases 9i, 10g, 11g, and 12c. Jim has co-authored three books on diverse Oracle Database topics. His most recent book, PDB ME to Oracle Cloud, takes a close look at exactly what every Oracle DBA needs to know as she delves into the complexity and flexibility that Oracle Multitenant features offer in Oracle Database 12cR2 and beyond. Jim continues to write a steady stream of articles that focus on the myriad facets of Oracle database administration, with +100 articles to his credit since 2003 at databasejournal.com and IOUG SELECT. Jim’s blog, Generally … It Depends, contains his regular observations on all things Oracle.
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