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  • Oracle Unveils High-End Server for Mission-Critical Application

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    This webcast introduces Oracle's big memory machine. This high-end enterprise class server delivers in-memory processing, high performance, and increased security with mission-critical reliability, availability and serviceability.

  • Security University: Database Security Issues

    Sponsored by: SearchSecurity.com

    The start of many data security issues is, of course, the database. Here's a look at currently predominant types of database security vulnerabilities and how best to monitor database access to detect potential security incidents.

  • Big Ideas, Big Tech: Oracle and Cloud Computing

    Sponsored by: EMC Corporation

    This video explains the steps involved with moving from a physical to a virtual infrastructure and how organizations can start delivering IT-as-a-Service with centralized management and monitoring.

  • IBM DB2 Webcast Series for Oracle Professionals

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Due to PL/SQL and a range of other compatibilty features, Oracle applications are much more easily enabled for DB2.  Use this short webcast to get level-set on terms.  Part of a series, this short webcast replay is an overview of DB2 terms and terminology for those most familiar with the Oracle environment.

  • Breaking the Disk Barrier: In-Memory Databases

    Sponsored by: Sybase, an SAP company

    In-memory database technology is emerging as a key means of boosting performance in mainstream IT applications. Carl Olofson from IDC discusses how an in-memory database strategy can provide better high speed, high volume data management for your applications. ASE's new In-memory Databases Option is also described. Watch this webcast to learn more.

  • Securing PostgreSQL from External Attack

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB Corporation

    Databases are an important part of a company’s infrastructure, but they also tend to be rich with attack vectors to exploit. This webcast explores the many potential PostgreSQL external vulnerabilities and then shows how those vulnerabilities can be secured. Watch this webcast to learn how to protect one of your company’s most valued assets.

  • How to Select the Right Database for Your Next Generation HPC

    Sponsored by: Versant Corp.

    This webcast introduces a framework to evaluate key database technologies. You will learn how to make the best database platform selection based on your specific high performance application development requirements and therefore avoid costly failures. View this webcast for insight into selecting the right database for your next generation HPC.

  • Deploying Oracle on VMware: Challenges and Opportunities

    Sponsored by: VMware and Intel

    In this webcast, AbitibiBowater, the eighth largest publicly traded pulp and paper manufacturer in the world, shares how they successfully virtualized mission-critical Oracle solutions such as JD Enterprise One, Oracle Databases and Oracle Business Intelligence data warehouses.

  • Advanced Compression in Oracle Database 11g

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation UK Ltd

    Businesses have more data to manage than ever before and they are also charged with keeping the costs of storage down. Oracle Database 11g introduces a comprehensive set of technologies to help address these challenges.

  • Manager's Guide to Oracle Cost Containment

    Sponsored by: EnterpriseDB Corporation

    This Webcast explores a variety of cost containment strategies for IT, as well as potential risk and reward scenarios.

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