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Hitachi Data Systems’ for Oracle Database Enables Real-Time Data-Driven Enterprise

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Hitachi Data Systems instigates a cutting-edge portfolio of converged infrastructure and software solutions for Oracle Database 12c environments.

These new solutions are known to be merged with Pentaho’s data integration, visualization, and analytics capabilities enable organizations to quickly unlock valuable insights from all data including those contained within critical applications like SAP Business Warehouse and Oracle E-Business Suite.

“Hitachi Data Systems has built a simple, yet powerful, web-based utility to quickly and effectively identify issues found in Oracle databases,” said Nik Rouda, Senior Analyst at ESG.  “With DIET, HDS can provide deep analysis of a customer’s actual Oracle environment then use those results and their decades of hands-on experience to provide clear recommendations which are tailored specifically to them.  DIET can even diagnose issues with other vendor’s hardware.”

The company asserts the solution includes Hitachi UCP 6000 for Oracle Real Application Cluster (RAC) and Hitachi Database Infrastructure Evaluation Tool (DIET) help lower the total cost of Oracle RAC 12c infrastructure through optimizing hardware resources, streamlining operations and accelerating the migration to cloud-based business.

Hitachi UCP 6000 for Oracle RAC, Hitachi DIET, and Pentaho provide the most complete and cost effective portfolio of solutions for Oracle Databases that enable business to gain agility as well as derive rich insights from all their data.

“Hitachi is the leading provider of solutions to enable organizations to get the most out of their investments in Oracle Database, extract more value from their data, and better control TCO. UCP 6000 for Oracle RAC and Hitachi DIET enable flexibility to deploy Oracle and non-Oracle workloads on a variety of hypervisors and operating systems, in either virtualized or bare metal environments,” said Jim Beckman, Vice President of Global Alliances and Business Development at HDS. “Hitachi’s portfolio of solutions and services for Oracle Database provides the foundation to efficiently consolidate databases and critical applications into clouds for management simplicity as well as perform analytics and to derive actionable business value.”

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