Oracle delivers real-time analytics for ISVs with Database In-Memory

Oracle delivers real-time analytics for ISVs with Database In-Memory

Oracle launches new partner program to coincide with Database In-Memory release

Oracle has launched Database In-Memory which enables independent software vendors to deliver real-time analytics and increased transactional performance.

The introduction of Oracle Database In-Memory gives ISVs the ability to accelerate their applications to deliver faster insights, analysis and reporting, while producing speedier online transaction processing. This allows them to establish a real-time enterprise, according to a company statement.

Oracle PartnerNetwork’s Oracle Database Ready certification now includes Oracle Database In-Memory.

Oracle, executive vice president, database server technologies, Andrew Mendelsohn, said Oracle Database had long been the backbone for thousands of ISV applications.

"Oracle Database In-Memory changes the game and takes these applications to a whole new level,” he said.

“With it, real-time enterprises and our valued partner community can accelerate the speed of information discovery and decision making, allowing them to gain new business and competitive advantage for themselves and their end users.”

According to a company statement, the new product has undergone extensive industry validation and testing from Oracle PartnerNetwork ISV partners, including SAS and TAS Group, and has been validated to deliver up to 100x acceleration of modules in popular enterprise applications, including modules in Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle’s PeopleSoft products.

With Oracle Database 12c, including in-memory and multitenant options, ISVs can bring new capabilities to their applications without code changes.

By using Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle SuperCluster and Oracle Database Appliance as the foundation for their applications, ISVs are able to deliver high levels of performance, scalability and reliability to their customers.

In conjunction with the launch, Oracle Database Ready certification now includes Oracle Database In-Memory.

Oracle has also launched the latest version of its partner program which provides tools to better develop, sell and implement Oracle solutions.

Oracle Partner Network offers resources to train and support specialised knowledge of Oracle products and solutions, and has evolved to recognise its growing product portfolio, partner base and business opportunity.

Specialisations are achieved through competency development, business results, expertise and proven success.

SAS senior director of Alliance management, Scott VanValkenburgh, said he saw clear benefit from the Oracle Database 12c In Memory for our users,

“Our existing applications were transparently able to take advantage of them and no application code changes were required," he said.

"High end database services on Oracle Exadata Database Machine or Oracle’s M6 Big Memory Machine are very well suited to bring Oracle Database 12c In-Memory to levels of performance which complement our Business Analytics solutions.”

Oracle group vice president, worldwide alliances & channels, ISV and OEM Sales, Steve Biondi, said customers simply wouldn't wait for an application to ‘think’ and respond.

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"ISVs have to deliver the extreme performance their customers demand, and they rely on Oracle database solutions to do it,” he said.

"Oracle is continuously offering innovative new solutions and partner programs to help our valued ISV community continue to innovate and deliver the customer experience their users demand.”

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Tags OracleAndrew Mendelsohnindependent software vendors (ISVs)Oracle group vice presidentOracle Exadata Database MachineSteve BiondiOracle SuperCluster and Oracle Database ApplianceISV & OEM SalesOracle Database In-Memoryexecutive vice presidentworldwide alliances & channelsdatabase server technologies

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