Thursday, December 20, 2007

003. From Oracle to EnterpriseDB: An Oracle ACE's Journey

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Renowned Oracle ACE Lewis Cunningham walks you through his journey from Oracle ACE and EnterpriseDB skeptic to, literally, writing the book on EnterpriseDB. In this webcast, Cunningham:

  • Details the migration of a sample application from Oracle to EnterpriseDB
  • Provides advice on programming for maximum compatibility
  • Answers questions relating to reporting, performance, migration, ROI, and more
Learn the 'ins and outs' of EnterpriseDB Advanced Server, the world's leading Oracle-compatible database and three-time winner of the LinuxWorld Product Excellence Award for Best Database Solution.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

002. Using EnterpriseDB to Offload Reporting to Increase Performance and Save Money

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Is your OLTP application suffering because of all the reports that are being run? With the enormous amounts of data being captured today, analysis of the data is a fundamental requirement to remain agile and efficient. However, these reports are growing more complex every day and generating these reports puts an unprecedented burden on the application, slowing transaction throughput, reducing productivity, and potentially limiting sales.

Learn how EnterpriseDB Advanced Server is being used to offload reporting from production Oracle databases to increase productivity and performance, while saving companies millions of dollars.

Learn how to:

  • Offload reporting from Oracle to EnterpriseDB
  • Run Oracle Reports against EnterpriseDB Advanced Server
  • Leverage EnterpriseDB Advanced Server to negotiate a better deal with Oracle

Questions and requests for additional information will be addressed to help you with your installation.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

001. Top Five Ways to Supercharge Your Database

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Are you getting the most from your database implementation? Performance tuning the database is an ongoing struggle. The variables that affect the performance of an application (and the underlying database) range from the technical (hardware, software, networking) to the business (seasonality, financial reporting, Sarbanes-Oxley). While some variables can be predicted, others can not, and DBAs are constantly tasked with squeezing out performance. According to the Edison Group, DBAs spend 26% of their day on performance configuration and tuning.

Join EnterpriseDB to learn 5 simple ways to supercharge your EnterpriseDB and Postgres databases to gain the best performance. From Dynatune™ to auto-vacuuming, there are simple ways to optimize your database without sacrificing availability and reliability.

Questions and requests for additional information will be addressed to help you with your installation.