Optimize the Value of Your Data with Oracle and IBM Flash Storage Solutions

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Published on 15 May 2020

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ISBN-10: 0738458848
ISBN-13: 9780738458847
IBM Form #: REDP-5596-00


Authors: IBM

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    Abstract

    In this multicloud and cognitive era, information continues to grow rapidly. By 2025, IDC says worldwide data will grow by 61% to 175 zettabytes, with as much of the data in data centers as in the cloud. IT environments with Oracle deployments will need to accommodate that data growth, including storing, copying, mirroring, and protecting the data. When IT budgets are constrained but data keeps growing, storage costs can consume more than their fair share of the IT budget.

    The leading-edge portfolio of storage solutions and essential technologies of IBM® can help organizations stay ahead of the information explosion. Designed with built-in efficiency, these solutions represent preferred practices that address the following main storage objectives for hybrid multicloud environments:

    • Stop storing so much
    • Store more with what you have.
    • Move Oracle and related data to balance performance and efficiency
    • IBM offers true enterprise class storage support for Oracle deployments at a low total cost of ownership (TCO). With flash disk, tape, storage network hardware, consolidated management console, software-defined storage solutions, and security software, IBM can provide Oracle customers the full spectrum of products to meet their availability, retention, security, and compliance requirements.

    Table of Contents

    Optimize the Value of Your Data with Oracle and IBM Flash Storage Solutions

    Oracle Real Application Cluster and Oracle Automatic Storage Management

    IBM FlashSystem family

    IBM Spectrum Virtualize for Public Cloud

    IBM SAN Volume Controller

    IBM DS8900F family

    IBM Solutions for Modern Data Protection

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