Enterprise Linux Today: Oracle to Deliver First Database for Linux ClustersOct 04, 2000, 21:46 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Oracle Validates Oracle Parallel Server on SuSE, TurboLinux and VA Linux; Announces Future Support for Oracle9i Real Application Clusters on Linux."
"Oracle, the largest provider of software for e-business, today announced the industry's first clustered database server on the Linux operating system, Oracle8i Parallel Server. Customers will be able to use the low-cost Linux operating system to deploy mission critical, highly available business applications or large-scale data warehouses. Targeted specifically at easing the pressure e-businesses face in today's "always on" Internet environment, Oracle8i Parallel Server on Linux aims to eliminate costly downtime, increase revenue opportunities and ultimately ensure success for a new generation of Linux applications. Oracle also announced future support for Oracle9i Real Application Clusters, the next evolution of Oracle8i Parallel Server, on the Linux platform."
"To Linux, Oracle now brings its most mature and trusted high-availability technology for clustered databases. With sub-minute failover capability, Linux environments can achieve new levels of application and data availability. And powered by the new Cache Fusion Architecture, Oracle9i Real Application Clusters will help deliver huge scalability improvements to the Linux platform by providing transparent load balancing and the efficiencies of a shared cache architecture."
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