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Hitachi UCP HDS and Pentaho Enables Oracle in Bimodal IT: Visit HDS At Oracle World

Blog Post created by Hu Yoshida Employee on Sep 19, 2016

Digital Transformation for most established companies requires a bi-modal approach, which means modernizing and automating their systems of record while implementing new systems of innovation in the cloud. In most cases the systems of records are Oracle data bases and data ware houses. Oracle is also moving to cloud to compete with vendors like Microsoft, Amazon and Salesforce.

 

Hitachi Data Systems’ Unified Compute Platform (UCP) can support Oracle in both environments and help them integrate the information and data from both to address Big Data and Internet of Things requirements.

 

UCP can help enterprises modernize their traditional Oracle infrastructure with UCP converged solutions with unique n+m blade technology which reduces the cost of Oracle RAC, storage virtualization for scalable data stores, cost effective high performance all flash arrays, and automation software. Hitachi Data Systems UCP’s are certified with Oracle Linux and Oracle Virtual Machine platforms to enable cloud-based deployments. And UCP with Pentaho can integrate the structured data from Oracle with unstructured data from other sources to provide a single view of the business across bi-modal IT.

 

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We recently announced three new UCP 6000 for Oracle RAC solutions which offer the latest Intel Broadwell processors and gen-2 flash modules (FMD) from Hitachi to support enterprise applications, analytics, big data and Internet of Things. These solutions are available as all-flash solutions, to increase performance with a smaller footprint, while eliminating the need for additional server capacity or Oracle licenses. They offer public cloud-like simplicity and speed with the security of on-premises infrastructure. They provide enterprise-class reliability with the flexibility to consolidate multiple database and applications and minimize business risks with unified data protection solutions for Oracle database, including Hitachi Data Instance Director and the global-active device feature.

 

For more information visit us at Oracle World in San Francisco September 18-22.

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