IBM’s Three Server Approach to Workload Optimization vs. Oracle’s Exadata Single Server Approach by IBMWelcome, Guest      sign in | register | help


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IBM’s Three Server Approach to Workload Optimization vs. Oracle’s Exadata Single Server Approach
by IBM

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Published on: June 01, 2012
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Format: Unknown
Length: 10 pages
Price: FREE

Overview:

Workload optimization, the idea of matching workloads to systems architectures best suited to serve them, is a top trend in IT today. Workload optimization leverages hardware, systems software, applications, and databases to obtain high performance and utilization.


In this informative paper, IBM and Oracle’s workload optimization strategies are compared in relation to 3 critical areas, deep analytics, operational analytics, and transaction processing. Review IBM’s three server approach and it’s benefits, and Oracle’s single server approach and it’s benefits, and decide which strategy best suits your organization.

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