|By Marketwired .||
|April 8, 2014 04:00 AM EDT||
BOULDER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 04/08/14 -- SolidFire, the leader in all-flash storage systems built for the Next Generation Data Center, today announced their Oracle Gold Partner status and new solution best practices for Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server. The newly announced database storage solutions, and a growing partnership with Oracle, highlight SolidFire's deep commitment to the enterprise database market.
"SolidFire's all-flash storage system, with granular Quality of Service controls, is well-suited to a variety of database workloads, from Decision Support System to Test, Development or Quality Assurance databases," said Jeff Wright, Database Application Engineer, SolidFire. "SolidFire guarantees performance from tens to hundreds of databases within a shared infrastructure, facilitating significant storage consolidation, improving query response times and shrinking backup windows."
In an upcoming webinar, learn how SolidFire solves for various Oracle Database storage challenges, including Active Data Guard lag and RMAN merge windows. Register for the upcoming live webinar to the Independent Oracle Users Group (IOUG) on April 17; "Get More Value From Your Oracle Database Deployment With Next Generation Storage Architectures."
For more details on today's Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server announcements, including key benefits and best practices, visit SolidFire's Database Solutions page.
SolidFire is the market leader in all-flash storage systems built for the next generation data center. Leveraging SolidFire's all-flash architecture, with volume-level Quality of Service (QoS) controls, customers now can guarantee storage performance to thousands of applications within a shared infrastructure. Coupling this functionality with in-line data reduction techniques and system-wide automation results in substantial capital and operating cost savings relative to traditional disk and basic all-flash storage systems.
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