For Oracle DBAs, the growth of data is proving to be an unrelenting problem, with data volumes persistently overwhelming the amount of memory that’s available to process them. That impacts the performance of Oracle In-Memory Database, delaying insights and hampering productivity.
Fortunately, there are solutions. Oracle has incorporated several memory optimization capabilities in recent releases. These, combined with the ability to create servers of virtually any size—with up to multiple terabytes of shared memory—offer a way for DBAs to improve CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) by an order of magnitude. Learn more about this in a new complimentary paper by Dan Morgan, Oracle ACE Director Alumnus.
Visit us in Booth #3201
At Oracle OpenWorld 2018 Oct. 22-25 in San Francisco, you can see how TidalScale’s Software-Defined Servers can help you optimize Quality of Service and Total Cost of Ownership in your Oracle implementation. By delivering the optimal balance of memory and CPU cores for your Oracle workload, TidalScale helps you gain greater flexibility, reliably meet your SLAs, and better manage your database licensing and support costs.
See for yourself how using the memory locked in servers you already own, and combine them to create servers sized for your workload, can the optimize Oracle DB performance in ways you probably didn’t think were possible.
Schedule a meeting with us in Booth #3201 at Oracle OpenWorld today. And while you’re at the show, be sure to take in a few our Expert Talks, held in our demonstration theater right in our booth. See the schedule below for details. And we’ll see you there!