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  • Top Rated Operating Systems for Business 2019

    Compiled from crowd-sourced rankings, buyer intent data, and product reviews, this list will give you an accurate look at why organizations are gravitating towards Linux as their operating system of choice.

  • Key Features of Oracle Linux

    Dive into this white paper to learn about the key features and benefits of Oracle Linux, including supported hardware architectures, the latest kernel innovations, and compatible software tools.

  • Frequently Asked Questions: Oracle Linux

    What exactly is Oracle Linux? Use this Oracle Linux FAQ sheet to answer all your introductory-to-advanced questions about what’s included in the Oracle Linux platform.

  • A Better Alternative for Your Cloud Native DevOps

    Operating within the cloud brings powerful flexibility and time-to-market, but a cloud open source stack can provide even better versatility. Read more to learn 8 benefits to using an open source stack approach to maximize the returns on your cloud investment.

  • Pillars of Protection: A New View of Enterprise Security

    Organizations today need to be protected at every layer – in the data center and in the cloud. Read on to learn how you can defend your business with the 3 pillars of protection.

  • Why Are Your Peers Switching to Oracle Linux?

    Tune in to hear from your peers – including developers, admins, and engineers – and find out why they lean on Oracle Linux to support the needs of their enterprise.

  • Harnessing the Open Source Capabilities of Linux

    Click to learn how Linux, one of the most trusted open-source operating systems, can accelerate your cloud-native application development processes.

  • Anatomy of a Cyber Attack

    Security is everyone's job today, from consumers, to system administrators, to executives. Explore this resource to gain insight into the anatomy of a cyberattack, the lifecycle of a security breach and how to augment your current approach to protect your sensitive data.

  • Running Your Oracle Database on Oracle Linux

    If your core business applications all run on one Oracle Database, having an OS that can handle it is crucial. Access this report to learn why Oracle Linux continues to be the popular choice for running key Oracle Database environments.

  • Top Rated Operating Systems for Business

    Compiled from crowd-sourced rankings, buyer intent data, and product reviews, this list will give you an accurate look at which operating systems businesses like yours are gravitating towards and why, including Oracle Linux, Ubuntu, and more.

  • Why Choose Oracle Linux?

    Keep reading to learn about the key features that make Oracle's Linux platform so appealing amongst the swath of open-source commercial options, including its lower cost of ownership, zero-downtime patching protocol for airtight security, and more.

  • How to Build a Consistent Backup and DR Plan in the Cloud

    In this expert guide, learn how to build a public cloud disaster recovery plan, as well as some methods for testing it to ensure its availability. Then, read on to learn what preventative measures you can take to ensure consistent performance in a hybrid cloud backup environment.

  • What Will the Future of Disaster Recovery Look Like?

    In this expert guide, read some of our predictions on how the disaster recovery model will change over the next 5 years. Then, you'll find steps you can take to keep your DR plans relevant by instituting testing policies, periodic refreshes, and more.

  • Migrating Legacy Apps to the Cloud

    It is time to move your legacy applications to the cloud. Migrating the applications you rely on every day is going to be unique to your organization, but not as complicated as you may have been lead to believe. Use this e-guide to navigate your path to the cloud.

  • Cloud services in 2018

    Microservices, serverless computing, and function as a service may all have an impact on your day to day in 2018, if they have not already. Read this eGuide to learn use cases for these technologies, and how they will affect not only your organization, but your role individually.

  • Challenges and Benefits of Automated Testing

    DevOps is supposed to get your product to market as quickly as possible, while still maintaining a high level of quality and stability. The problem is that this requires automation, especially when it comes to testing. Read this e-guide to learn about the challenges to, and benefits of, automated testing in your DevOps environment.

  • Can Containers Save Your Legacy Applications?

    As container technology continues to mature, enterprises see the value in using them to modernize legacy apps. Others are realizing that the use cases are still somewhat limited. In this e-guide, learn how your organization can leverage containers and whether your needs align with the technology's capabilities.

  • Is DevOps our generation's assembly line?

    Read this E-guide to learn the future ramifications of this DevOps disruption, and what components are important for your organization to adopt immediately to compete.

  • 2 SMB Cloud Technology Trends Driving Competitive Advantage

    The cloud is making enterprise applications more accessible than ever for small businesses, while data technology is nourishing a new crop of startups. In this expert guide, dig deeper into how these 2 trends that are driving SMB innovation and competitive advantage.

  • Why Cloud ERP is the Best Choice for Manufacturing SMBs

    Small and medium-sized manufacturers pursue cloud ERP software for lower costs, easier maintenance and greater flexibility. In this expert guide, learn how some SMBs have benefited by moving to the cloud.

  • What Private Cloud Implementation Barriers Should I Plan For?

    With decades of IT experience under his belt, our Microsoft MVP Brian Posey will use this guide to outline the 2 major private cloud storage implementation barriers you should be ready to face.

  • Prepare Your Data Center Infrastructure for Private Cloud

    Private cloud offers increased flexibility and scalability without compromising control. The problem is that implementing a private cloud deployment can be frustrating. Access this e-guide now to ease the private cloud implementation process and ensure that your data center infrastructure is prepared.

  • Oracle and MySQL: The Public's Reaction vs. The Benefits

    MySQL, under Oracle's stewardship, has sometimes been viewed with suspicion and seen as an open source icon that has been co-opted. Learn how COO Alexander Culiniac and other experts a reconciling their positive experience with MySQL and the public's doubts about Oracle's intention with the database.

  • MySQL vs. SQL Server: Comparing the Popular Databases

    Microsoft MVP Brien Posey compares Microsoft's SQL Server and Oracle's MySQL in this expert e-guide. Learn which one comes out on top in pricing, performance/scalability, and implementation.

  • The Changing Face of Database Administration and Cloud-Based DBaaS

    In this expert e-guide, we examine some of the different Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) offerings. Learn about the effect DevOps is having on database administration, the possibilities for Hadoop analytics in the cloud, alternatives to AWS database services, and more.

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