Virtualize and Manage Oracle Databases with VMware vFabric Data Director
Recorded on: Thursday, July 26, 2012, 09:00 AM PDT

As enterprises virtualize their infrastructure using VMware vSphere®, databases have emerged as the next frontier. With the growth in databases, enterprises have escalating database costs, slowing application development cycles, and overworked DBAs due to routine manual tasks. VMware vFabric™ Data Director enables database-aware virtualization on VMware vSphere and provides self-service lifecycle management for heterogeneous databases, increasing developer agility and reducing database costs.

Attend this webcast to learn how Data Director:

  • Accelerates application development through policy-based self-service
  • Increases DBA agility by leveraging vSphere to automate Oracle lifecycle management
  • Manages multiple databases from the same platform
  • Featured Speaker:
    Gopal Ashok, Sr. Product Manager, VMware

    “VMware vFabric Data Director takes the best of the cloud features that VMware vSphere offers and makes them available in cloud-ready database technology. It simplifies rote tasks and lets the DBA focus on business objectives instead of day-to-day system management.” – David Woodward, COO, House of Brick

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