Hitachi Data Systems Built Converged Infrastructure Extends Support to Oracle Database 12c Platform
SANTA CLARA, CA: Having decade old hands-on experience in partnering with companies to offer customers authorization to complete, end-to-end solutions optimized for Oracle platform, Hitachi now introduces portfolio of solutions and services for Oracle databases 12c environments. The software being a conjunction of Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP) 6000 for Oracle Real Application Cluster (RAC)and Database Infrastructure Evaluation Tool (DIET) by Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) entitles seamless deployment of Oracle and non-Oracle functions on variety of hypervisors and operating systems.
The software duo delivers a cost-effective solution that ensures businesses to extract the most out of their investments. It also holds enhanced controllability over the total cost of ownership (TCO) as well as on the value of its data. It also holds the key to accelerate critical applications into clouds and consolidate databases for facilitating the management procedure.
Hitachi UCP 6000 for Oracle RAC, Hitachi DIET blends with Pentaho’s data integration and visualization technology helps in providing in-depth analysis of the data including vital applications like SAP Business Warehouse and Oracle E-Business Suite to drive profitable business value.
The HDS powered web-based utility successfully pin-points the identity bugs associated in Oracle databases. The DIET specifically can help scan through the complex issues premising in other vendor’s hardware. It helps clients in upgrading performance and boosting up the cloud-ready converged, storage, compute and network infrastructure. It carries out a factual evaluation of customer’s Oracle environment, based upon those analysis it provides expert recommendations on addressing areas that decays the capital and operational expenses. DIET also helps in channelizing current infrastructure to embark migration to the cloud and a real-time data driven enterprise.
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