In this ‘constructive’ networking event we will uncover how new innovations and advancements in Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) can enhance the applications you run on it.
Through the ODA’s ‘Application-in-a-Box’ solution your applications environments can all benefit from performance and stability enhancement.
Just as important as with any new technology, comes significant cost saving benefits… we will discuss this and highlight how you can capitalise using ODA – delivering a positive impact your ongoing database licensing.
This all leads to a main goal, how to future proof your applications environment through Oracle while becoming more efficient in terms of costs and productivity. As well as the option of developing the fundamental steps you need to take to get your cloud strategy up and running.
You will also have the chance to have a Q&A session with specialist from both Oracle and dsp, where the floor will be open to any question you can think of.
This event is primarily aimed at Key Technical Decision Makers, IT Managers and CTOs, however if you are interested in moving your data to the cloud, please do register to come along.
Applications on Oracle Database Appliance (ODA)
Wednesday 12th Jul 2017
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