by Oracle Corporation
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Published on: December 28, 2012
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Length: 5 pages
Before acquiring Sun Microsystems in 2009, Oracle relied primarily on storage hardware from NetApp for disk storage and tape from a variety of vendors.
But the combination of an aging infrastructure and an opportunity to showcase technology acquired from Sun made the move to the company’s own storage hardware was inevitable.
Check out this case study for an in-depth look at Oracle’s migration to modern, optimized storage and the cost and efficiency benefits they now enjoy.