BIAS Adds Oracle’s Extreme Performance Exadata X5 to Center of Excellence
Our team is excited to share the news that we have recently added an Oracle Exadata X5 to our Technology Center of Excellence. The X5 is optimized for all Oracle database applications and is the perfect platform for cloud computing and data storage – and BIAS’s Center of Excellence provides customers with the opportunity to see the Exadata X5 in action.
BIAS has superior expertise in implementing Oracle Engineered Systems and we are proud to offer this level of access and hands-on experience to our customers who are exploring or expanding their use of Exadata. We’ve helped numerous organizations and executives, from CIOs to CEOs, leverage Exadata as a “Silver Bullet” for instant business response, large scale expansion, and system consolidation with unmatched ROI. By combining the power and flexibility of Oracle Exadata with the proven experience of BIAS, organizations are able to rollout or scale systems across entire business units and new markets in just months (sometimes in weeks).
Aside from featuring the new Exadata X5, BIAS’s Center of Excellence provides an architectural proving ground for all Oracle software products, BIAS packaged services, and a variety of Engineered Systems, servers and storage. The center equips our Solution Architects with the ability to:
- Implement and Showcase Oracle Application and Technology Software on Oracle Infrastructure
- Train Customers and Employees
- Conduct Benchmark Testing
- Build Proof-of-Concepts and Demos
- Demonstrate Oracle and Industry Best Practices
- Showcase Data Center Management
- Validate Unique Configurations and Demonstrate the Application of Advanced Technologies (e.g., In-Memory, Multitenant, GoldenGate, EBS Applications and OEM12c on Exadata)
We invite our customers to contact BIAS to see firsthand how the new features of Exadata X5 and the 12c Database deliver high performance cloud services.
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