Oracle holds workshop on Data Center Optimization
Karachi (Tuesday, November 28, 2012) – To reduce operational cost, enhance efficiency successful, organisations are implementing more-efficient technologies and processes, as eliminating complexity and simplifying IT not only lowers operating costs but can also drive better productivity.
These views were expressed by the experts at a workshop organised by Oracle on Data Centre Optimisation in Karachi.
It helps to reduce the overall risk in deploying and running mission critical application services by using pre-integrated systems, applications and services.
Current data centre operations are unsustainable and often fail to meet the needs of growing businesses.
By optimising the existing data centre, organisations can significantly increase their IT efficiency along with system performance, availability, and security while reducing their spending on systems operations and integration that eat up around 80 percent of the IT budget.
New industry trends such as mobility and big data are putting tremendous pressures on the application infrastructure inside today s data centres.
Spiraling power and cooling costs, unplanned downtime, and the need for new services to support a demanding, Always on user community these new challenges simply can t be met with endless farms of application silos running on aging hardware technologies.
The Optimised Data Centre is a roadmap on which Oracle has transformed its own data centre infrastructure which has proven essential in its ability to grow, innovate and deliver unique products to the market.
By refreshing older server and storage hardware with the latest generation of faster, more efficient systems, organisations benefit from performance and productivity gains, and cost savings that give them a quantifiable ROI with a real competitive advantage within their industry.
When the components in data centre are standardised and consolidated and virtualisation technology is used to increase the usage capacity of those components, deployment of new services will be fairly quick with dynamic allocation of resources on demand, said Ron GOH, Vice President Sales, Oracle Corporation. He said Data Centre Optimisation was not a machine or software but a combination of storage, servers, operating system, engineered systems, and software to simplify IT infrastructure. (Press Release)