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Best Practices for Deploying Oracle VM
Oracle VM application-driven virtualization is designed to simplify IT life. Instead of focusing on providing an abstraction at the hardware layer like other virtualization solutions on the market, Oracle VM takes a top-down approach by simplifying the deployment and management of the application workloads, not just the hardware.
Join us for this webcast and see how Data Intensity, a leader in the deployment and management of enterprise applications and database technologies, has put Oracle VM to work for their managed services, including creating private clouds.
Learn how Oracle VM can help users:
- Accelerate deployment of Oracle Database and business-critical applications
- Significantly save on the cost of hosting applications or services
- Respond and scale quickly as customer demands grows
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET
Nathan R. Normandin
Senior Systems Engineer, Oracle VM Architect, Data Intensity
Senior Principal Product Marketing Director, Oracle
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