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Oracle Ops Center Aims for Hardware Efficiency

Oracle is blazing ahead with its work integrating hardware and software systems in its pitch to enterprise users. This week, the database giant is out with the Enterprise Manager 11g Ops Center, promising substantial savings in managing hardware and a simplified process of shifting operations to cloud-based environments.

Offering the ability to manage systems in both physical and virtual environments, the Ops Center also covers a host of systems and servers, as well as the Oracle Linux and Oracle Solaris operating systems. Datamation has the story.


Oracle continues to leverage and integrate technology it gained with the acquisition of Sun Microsystems as part of its integrated software/hardware pitch to enterprise customers.

The latest example is Tuesday's release of Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g Ops Center, designed to greatly reduce hardware management costs as well as the operational costs associated with a move to cloud computing. The software's unified management capabilities are optimized for Oracle's (NASDAQ: ORCL) systems.

Read the full story at Datamation:
Oracle Expands Ops Center's Reach With Hardware Management