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Cisco and Oracle Linux Certifications
Cisco and Oracle work closely to certify Oracle Linux and Oracle VM on UCS providing an integrated, tested, supported platform for Oracle data base and applications. For more information on UCS solutions for Oracle, please visit http://cs.co/6058U4uk.
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Oracle and Cisco Patches - Daily Security Byte EP. 251
In this short, daily video post, Corey Nachreiner, CISSP and CTO for WatchGuard Technologies, shares the biggest InfoSec story from the day -- often sharing useful security tips where appropriate. Visit our blog post for full details: http://watchguardsecuritycenter.com
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Customers Win With Oracle - Cisco Systems
Watch and learn how Cisco Systems is using Oracle solutions to save money, drive transformation and fuel growth.
World Record Oracle E-Business Suite Performance with Cisco UCS
Cisco UCS B200 M4 is the fastest server anywhere running Oracle E-Business Suite. At Oracle OpenWorld 2014, Cisco showcased these record-setting benchmarks for Oracle E-Business Suite Applications R12 (12.1.3) Payroll and Order-to-Cash with Cisco UCS. Learn more about UCS solutions for Oracle at http://cs.co/6051UTjB
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Cisco Transforms Logistics Using Oracle Transportation Management
Cisco talks about how they've revamped their logistics and transportation operation in order to reduce costs and increase service levels.
Views: 1120 John Murphy
Oracle and Cisco : Data Center Partnership
Rex Wang, Oracle Vice President Product Marketing talks about the partnership between Oracle and Cisco
Views: 152 CiscoDataCenter2009
Oracle Performance -- Cisco sets 3 new World Record Oracle Performance Benchmarks
Cisco Unified Computing System has a legacy of setting record Oracle performance benchmarks. Once again at OpenWorld 2013, Cisco has delivered more (three this year) World Record benchmarks. 2 are SPECjbb2013 and the third is a new Oracle E-Business Suite payroll batch benchmark -- over 1 Million employee paychecks processed in less than 15 minutes.
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Cisco teams with Oracle to Make Oracle 12C Testing Even Better
View this video to learn how Cisco collaborated with Oracle to add even more features to Oracle 12C Testing that help you get Cloud-ready! Learn more about UCS solutions for Oracle at http://cs.co/6053UmiN
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"Cisco’s Model Based Enterprise Journey to a Digital Supply Chain” – Oracle MSCE 2018
Benny Yap, Supply Chain Operations Senior Technical Leader at Cisco, demonstrates how Cisco’s Digital-Supply-Chain strategy is transforming and streamlining its digital product release process using Model Based Enterprise (MBE) features including 3D PDF publishing to deliver detailed digital intent to their supply chain organization and manufacturing partners. Anticipated future states of Cisco’s digital-supply-chain strategy will be discussed, including HTML5-based MBE content publishing and technical collaboration, together with cloud PLM. According to Bob Ferrari of Supply Chain Matters: “An impressive session, one that laid out a well thought out strategy of bringing together product design and management and end-to-end supply chain, in an overall digital process framework. Cisco totally gets digital transformation, and will in short time, provide wider recognition of how end-to-end supply chain capabilities come together in a digital supply chain capability in many dimensions. This presentation is eye-opening in vision and in road-map.” https://www.theferrarigroup.com/supply-chain-matters/2018/01/supply-chain-matters-attendance-at-2018-oracle-modern-supply-chain-experience-conference-part-two/
Views: 253 Anark Web
Oracle E-Business Suite Benchmarks: Cisco UCS Leadership
Greg Blotter (Cisco) Performance Engineer discusses Cisco UCS world record benchmark results with Oracle.
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Cisco Validated Designs, what are they and advantages for Oracle Customers
Cisco Principal Engineer, Tushar Patel, takes a few minutes to highlight some of the key customer advantages of reviewing the Cisco Validated Designs for Oracle database and applications that Cisco has published over the past 5 years. These detailed descriptions of system configurations and "how to" instructions provide customers with confidence in implementing Cisco UCS for Oracle.
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Raghunath Nambiar, Cisco | Oracle OpenWorld 2014
Raghunath Nambiar, Cisco, at Oracle OpenWorld 2014 with John Furrier and Jeff Frick @theCUBE #*OOW14* *CiscoUCS* With more apps moving to the cloud, Cisco Systems Inc.’s Raghunath Nambiar, Distinguished Engineer with the company’s Data Center Business Group, thinks that Oracle Corp.’s commitment to cloud makes sense. So while Oracle has been touting it benchmark leadership, Cisco has been a key part of Oracle’s move towards the cloud, and its Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) also compares well when benchmarked. Nambiar stopped by theCUBE at Oracle’s Open World conference to talk with Jeff Frick and John Furrier about UCS benchmarks and his predictions for the future of the data center. Raghunath Nambiar - Oracle OpenWorld 2014 - theCUBE (Blue) . Why benchmarks are significant People care about benchmarks, said Nambiar, because they enable comparison based on performance, price, and efficiency in a vendor-neutral way. The numbers are important for customers, vendors, and the organization itself. In terms of setting benchmarks, Nambiar said, Cisco has been doing extremely well. In fact, in the past five years, the company has achieved more than 95 industry benchmark reports. Many members of the benchmarking community, Nambiar said, are employed by major vendors. It’s their task, he explained, to remain neutral so consumers can accurately assess their options. When companies compare against each other, it creates an exciting, competitive environment, Nambiar said, and one from which customers benefit because prices go down while performance goes up. Oracle-Cisco customer use cases for performance applications Nambiar went on to discuss Cisco’s relationship with Oracle, touching on Cisco customer use cases for Oracle and detailing that the modern enterprise applications fit into “three buckets.” These include: 1. Traditional, like transaction processing and enterprise data warehousing, for which Nambiar says Cisco’s UCS is a great fit. 2. Emerging, like big data management, in which tools like Hadoop play an important role. Nambiar says that UCS is a good fit for this type of application, and is especially ideal if customers want to combine traditional and emerging applications. 3. Analytics and computing at the edge applications, like the Internet of Things (IoT). Cisco, he said, is also working with this market and recently announced a new generation of platform that incorporates an IoT gateway and processing at the edge through the “UCS mini platform.” Much recent data center transformation has been driven by power, and “energy efficiency is a top consideration for every IT manager,” said Nambiar. UCS offers, he emphasized, a 30 to 40 percent performance improvement while maintaining the same power footprint. He shared that Cisco compares well to other companies in energy efficiency benchmarks. Nambiar said that Cisco intends to keep pushing when it comes to compute capability. They want to create a “next generation machine” for custom deployment, scalability, and price performance.
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Sara Stuart, Cisco & Chadd Kenney, Pure Storage | Oracle OpenWorld 2016
Going back to storage’s original recipe: Simple, economical, fast | #OOW by Heather Johnson | Sep 20, 2016 Chadd Kenney, CTO of the Americas at Pure Storage, Inc., said the all-flash solutions provider wants to go back to its original recipe: “Make storage simple, economical and super fast so you can harness the overall data.” Kenney and Sara Stuart, global sales lead for Oracle at Cisco Systems, Inc., sat down with John Furrier (@furrier) and Peter Burris (@plburris), cohosts of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, during Oracle OpenWorld to talk about why the partnership between Pure Storage and Cisco works so well. Growing around the data center “We’re growing our business around the data center,” Stuart said. “We realized its all about the applications. With the help of Pure Storage, we created a solution that was easy for customers to deploy.” Pure Storage recently released FlashBlade, a rack-scale flash system that delivers multiprotocol access to unstructured data. The release extends its market and proves that PURE Storage can stay relevant in the industry, according to Kenney. “The market was ripe for disruption,” Kenney explained. “We changed the game around economics. We incorporated a lot of in-line data-reducing feature sets. We got flash out to the masses … and had great traction.”
Top Secrets to Proactive Support and Success - Cisco, Oracle, Micro Focus, ADP, Rainforest QA, Glint
The connected customer is upon us. The subscription economy demands a proactive Support and Success initiative to serve that customer. And the future of enterprise depends on actionable insights to deliver proactive engagement throughout the entire customer journey. Connection through social channels, CRM, marketing campaigns, support ticketing software, communities, training software, your product, and Success Center all leave digital breadcrumbs to ‘Why, How, What, and Where’ your customers are looking to be served. The video testimonials break down secrets to delivering a proactive Support and Success model for the modern connected customer.
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Short professional training courses - Adobe, Cisco, Oracle
Description: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/depts/cctm/courses.cfm London Metropolitan University's Faculty of Computing provides professional short courses to individuals who want to acquire industry recognised certification skills in order to enhance their employability prospects.
Views: 149 Akram Ibrahim
Oracle Solutions Cost Reduction with Cisco UCS
Danny Dunn, (Cisco) Oracle Architect for UCS Solutions, talks about the advantages of running Oracle on Cisco UCS.
Views: 422 Cisco
Certificaciones en Linux, Microsoft, Cisco y Oracle
Desde Instituto FOC deseamos fomentar una mejora en la empleabilidad a partir de la formación, es por ello que además de las titulaciones oficiales nuestros alumnos pueden certificarse en las principales tecnologías del sector (Linux, Microsoft, Cisco y Oracle). Descúbrenos en: www.foc.es
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Oracle Service Cloud CX to Cisco Call Center (UCCE or UCCX) CTI Connector
This integration provides telephony and agent status controls within Oracle Service Cloud CX (former RightNow) if deployed with a Cisco Contact Center (UCCX, UCCE, PCCE). Learn more: http://www.expertflow.com/oracle-service-cloud-connector
Views: 509 Expertflow
Tally, Microsoft, Cisco, Auto desk, Oracle Training and Certification Centre Needamangalam
Tally, Microsoft, Cisco, Auto desk, Oracle Training and Certification Centre Needamangalam Technocentre www.kalvigroup.com +919566841880 ICICI Bank Building 2nd floor, VKS PLAZA, Thiruvarur.
Welcome to The Customer Focus Effect with Oracle, Cisco, Adobe, and more
http://mndt.ch/2z145K2 The Customer Focus Effect Secure your spot at this invitation-only dinner where senior executives from Oracle, Cisco, SAP, Adobe, and the San Francisco Giants will discuss their winning strategies for defining the future of customer relationships. -When: 6:30 PM Wed, November 8th, 2017 (3rd night of DF) -Where: Local Edition, 691 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94105 -What: An intimate keynote and ceremony with catered dinner and drinks! Due to limited availability, only a hand-selected number of individuals will receive an email invitation in late-October. No matter what, if you register, you will be granted early entry into our private after-party. http://mndt.ch/2z145K2
Views: 229 MindTouch
Oracle Siebel CRM - Cisco UCCX/ UCCE CTI Connector
This CTI Connector by Expertflow connects Cisco Contact Centers with Oracle Seibel CRM and provides agent state and call control. The agent can now work within a single interface without having to switch between applications, by using Siebel's Communication Toolbar. ExpertFlow connector interacts with Cisco UCCX or UCCE (Unified Contact Center Express or Enterprise) on one side and Siebel Communication Server on the other side, essentially translating state changes between the two solutions. In addition, it stores temporary information used during call transfers from one agent to the other. On Siebel side, native Siebel Communication Server functionality is used. Siebel Communication Server enables a native toolbar in Siebel within the Agent's Siebel Web client. For more info, visit our website http://www.expertflow.com/siebel-crm-cti-connector
Views: 844 Expertflow
How Cisco UCS Addresses Typical Oracle DBA Challenges
Watch this compelling video that describes how Cisco UCS solves Oracle database problems with service profiles and linear scalability across 10 gig (soon to be 20 gig) fibre channel over ethernet. Learn more about UCS solutions for Oracle at http://cs.co/6059Umih
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Cisco and Oracle Partnership
Soni Jiandani Cisco VP Marketing Server Access & Virtualization BU talks about the long-standing relationship between Cisco and Oracle
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Dave Segleau - Oracle OpenWorld 2014 - theCUBE Studio Cisco
Dave Segleau, Oracle, at Oracle OpenWorld 2014 with Jeff Kelly, and Jeff Frick @theCUBE #*OOW14* *CiscoUCS*
Oracle Database 12c Certification and Scalability Testing on Cisco UCS
Tushar Patel, Principal Engineer, Cisco review the testing that Cisco has performed on Cusco UCS. Comparisons of database performance as separate instances and later when plugged into 12c's Container Data Dictionary is highlighted. The 14min presentation concludes with a quick review of the Oracle focus areas and some key features of UCS for Oracle.
Views: 597 Cisco
Netexperts India - Cisco, Microsoft, RedHat, VMWare, CheckPoint, CompTIA, Oracle Training in India
Netexperts provide Cisco, Microsoft, RedHat, VMWare, CheckPoint, CompTIA, Oracle Training in India. We provide Boot Camp Certification Training in India or Online. For more information please visit us at www.netxedu.in
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Raghunath Nambiar, Cisco | Oracle OpenWorld 2015
01. Raghunath Nambiar, Cisco, Visits #theCUBE. (00:21) 02. HIghlights from Previously Attended Events. (01:01) 03. UCS Adoption, Programmable Infrastructure and Performance. (02:21) 04. Why Benchmarking Is Important. (04:36) 05. CVDs Provide Out of the Box Performance and Scalability. (06:07) 06. Intercloud Fabric and Cisco Platform for Public Cloud. (07:26) 07. Hybrid Is the Connectivity Between Public and Private Cloud. (09:48) 08. IOT Is a Big Part of Cisco's Portfolio. (11:47) 09. Spark and Emerging Technologies in the Storage Space. (14:02) 10. Nambiar's Participation in Setting Standards. (15:39) Track List created with http://www.vinjavideo.com. --- --- Cisco’s intercloud fabric technology and the future of hybrid | #oow15 by Teryn O'Brien | Nov 2, 2015 It’s become increasingly clear that cloud technology is a big part of enterprises looking to move business forward. Raghunath “Raghu” Nambiar, distinguished engineer of the Data Center Business Group at Cisco Systems, Inc., sat down with Jeff Frick and Stu Miniman, cohosts of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, during Oracle OpenWorld 2015 to talk about cloud and what Cisco has to offer in this emerging technology. Intercloud fabric technology “Cloud is a big part of our portfolio from the very beginning of the word,” said Nambiar. Cisco has an emerging technology, Nambiar highlighted, that can help companies navigate the Cloud. Nambiar referred to this technology as ICF – intercloud fabric technology – which Cisco Intercloud Fabric is using to connect Clouds. “You can extend your private cloud deployment to public clouds,” Nambiar explained. “Or you can have deployments across multiple public clouds … ICF can provide you a seamless interface from an application perspective.” Cisco also provides a platform for public clouds, as well with numerous partners, including Oracle. Is it hybrid cloud? The question about hybrid cloud still looms in the air. Does it exist? Will it happen? “The landscape is becoming really, really complex,” emphasized Nambiar. “Every enterprise is expected to have a private cloud, as well as public cloud. Hybrid is basically the connectivity, right?” Nambiar believes that some of this technology is still emerging, and time will only tell what it will look like. “We believe hybrid cloud is going to be something of the future, because every enterprise will have deployments in their own data center … and one or more public cloud office,” he said. @theCUBE #CiscoUCS
Microsoft, Tally, Oracle, Auto desk, Cisco Training and Certification Centre Karaikal
Tally, Microsoft, Cisco, Auto desk, Oracle Training and Certification Centre Karaikal TechnoCentre www.kalvigroup.com +919566841880 ICICI Bank Building 2nd floor, VKS PLAZA, Thiruvarur.
Redefining Data Center Economics with Cisco UCS for Oracle
Cisco UCS delivers the best TCO for your Oracle applications. Watch to learn how Cisco UCS server innovations and technologies drive CapEx and OpEx savings while delivering exceptional performance for Oracle workloads.
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Oracle Hybrid Columnar Compression Certified on Cisco UCS
Chip Lawson (Cisco) interviews Bob Handlin (Oracle) about Oracle Hybrid Columnar Compression at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco.
Views: 193 Cisco
Cisco Monetizes Subscriptions to Everything as a Service
Cisco explains how their shift from offering one-time purchases to a subscription model requires new capabilities. Oracle’s monetization solution has become Cisco’s platform of choice due to the agility of offer creation and support for a wide variety of digital business models.
Cisco Virtual Interface Card Advantages for the Oracle DBA
Cisco Principal Engineer, Tushar Patel, takes a few minutes to highlight some of the key architectural advantages of Cisco VIC cards for Oracle Administrators. These cards were designed with virtualized workloads in mind.
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Scott Ciccone & Sandeep Brahmarouthu - Oracle OpenWorld 2014 - theCUBE Studio Cisco
Scott Ciccone, Big Data, and, Cisco, Sandeep Brahmarouthu, Cloudera, at Oracle OpenWorld 2014 with John Furrier @theCUBE #*OOW14* *CiscoUCS*
Oracle OpenWorld: Cisco + Oracle = UCS Collaboration
Reps from Cisco and Oracle talk about the customer experience around UCS and how the two companies are working closely together.
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Internet of Things Leaders - ARM, Broadcom, Cisco, Google, Intel, McAfee, Oracle,  Qualcomm, Samsung
Market Research Reports, Inc. has announced the addition of “Internet of Things (IoT) Leaders - ARM, Broadcom, Cisco, Freescale, Google, Intel, McAfee, Oracle, PTC, Qualcomm, Samsung” research report to their offering. See more at- http://mrr.cm/Z6n
Shannon Poulin  & Jim McHugh - Oracle OpenWorld 2014 - theCUBE Studio Cisco
Shannon Poulin, Intel, and Jim McHugh, Cisco, at Oracle OpenWorld 2014 with John Furrier and Jeff Frick @theCUBE #*OOW14* *CiscoUCS* As Oracle Corp. shifts its focus to the cloud, its partners Cisco Systems Inc. and Intel Corp. provide invaluable support: Oracle runs on Cisco’s Unified Computing System (UCS), which is powered by Intel’s Xeon processor. Jim McHugh, VP of UCS Marketing at Cisco, and Intel’s VP and GM of Data Center Marketing and Enterprise IT, Shannon Poulin, see the Oracle OpenWorld conference as an event that reinforces cloud as a viable business option. Poulin described Oracle’s strategy as a “culmination approach” in which the company helps its customers get where they want to go through a diverse range of software options and cloud functionality. Cisco’s UCS is a something of a lynchpin: it brings together compute, storage, and networking in one integrated infrastructure. As a top provider of x86 blades, McHugh explained that because Cisco “caught the market at a transition,” it was able to become the number two leader in this market. McHugh attributes Cisco’s success to the fact that the company “did things slightly different” and was able to disrupt the market. Why Cisco and Intel innovate on multiple levels Cisco’s “engineering approach” to business keeps them working on both the hardware and software levels. Poulin explained that by working on “different levels, you’re going to capture more customers.” Especially as methods of consumption have shifted towards cloud, companies need to adapt to new environments and figure out how to remain competitive. In this day and age, Poulin said, being competitive means offering “mobile apps, maybe a multi-tenant environment on infrastructure that has the capability to accelerate different types of workloads.” At present, McHugh said there’s still a “trade off with being agile enough with your infrastructure…and having something that’s driven to what the needs of the applications are.” For McHugh, it makes sense to have the “application tied to the platform, tied to the infrastructure underneath.” This approach, Furrier pointed out, drives DevOps and architecture. Xeon sets standards Because the two companies had congruent road maps and long histories of innovation, McHugh explained that when it came to Cisco’s UCS product, Intel was their first choice partner. Cisco, he said, was able to provide more value to their customers by focusing on Intel as their sole partner. Xeon is such an integral part of UCS because it “enables a bunch of solutions that can it on top of [Intel] products,” according to Poulin. In order to deploy new technologies and support orchestration solutions Intel needed to ensure that Xeon could run at its “the absolute fastest” in any environment, whether it’s VMware, OpenStack, or Microsoft. To accomplish this, Poulin explained, Intel made “enhancements to the architecture itself.” Read more after the video. . . Biggest trends in the database Turning their discussion to customers, Poulin said that he has noticed that as IT departments are asked to innovate without an increased budget, they turn to private clouds for a cost-efficient solution. Turning to cloud environments, he pointed out, is also a response to legacy business units requesting “more flexibility” from their infrastructure. McHugh chimed in, adding that the tech industry is rethinking what a datacenter is. Data centers are essential to “all mobile apps” and need to function at “cloud scale” for Hadoop deployments. What McHugh says he sees throughout the industry, is a “spread out” of the data center.
Cisco introduces Oracle, Official Partner of Cisco Data Center of the Future
Rex Wang Oracle VP Product Marketing talks about the role of Oracle in the Data Center of the Future
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Ramesh Chitor, Tegile - Cisco @ Oracle OpenWorld 2015 - #OOW15 #theCUBE
Will 2016 be the year for Big Data applications on flash? | #oow15 by R. Danes | Oct 28, 2015 The future of flash belongs to the younger companies offering storage arrays, according to Ramesh Chitor, senior director of business development at Tegile Systems (Tegile, Inc.). Chitor spoke about the exciting growth of flash technology with Stu Miniman and Brian Gracely, cohosts of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, during Oracle OpenWorld 2015. The number of legacy companies offering flash are very few now, and Chitor said they simply do not have what it takes to compete with the startups. “What they have done, the bigger players, they’ve started with disk architecture, and they’re trying to build in flash there and trying to make it look better. We’ve taken a different design approach.” With architecture designed specifically for flash, Tegile and others are able to deliver much more to customers interested in flash storage, according to Chitor. Growth of flash ‘unstoppable’ as cost continues to drop The advantages of flash are well established, and now with costs steadily lowering, we can expect to see more and more customers moving to flash storage, said Chitor. “The flash platform is going to be adopted more and more for mission-critical applications, and the reason for that is the economics are catching up with the performance,” he said. He also predicted that 2016 will be the year for Big Data applications on flash. @theCUBE #CiscoUCS
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Hari Shankar & Ravi Ammamuthu - Oracle OpenWorld 2014 - theCUBE Studio Cisco
Hari Shankar and Ravi Ammamuthu,at Oracle OpenWorld 2014 with John Furrier @theCUBE #*OOW14* *CiscoUCS* When Cisco Systems Inc. migrated their business environments to the Unified Computing System, they reduced costs by 60 percent. The migration was driven by the need to provide greater functionality with a lower budget, and to prepare for upcoming industry trends like cloud and Big Data. Cisco employees Hari Shankar, Technical Staff, Global Infrastructure, and Ravi Ammamuthu, IT Manager, explained to theCUBE host John Furrier that Oracle Corp. was essential to the UCS migration, transferring data to servers without incident in about 24 hours. They shared that Cisco started with small environments, figured out best practices, and then moved on to their behemoth environments, one of which involved migrating 40 terabytes spread across three servers. Shankar called out two key learnings from the process: that it is essential to fully understand application profiles and run thorough patch analyses. UCS, they stressed, helped them meet considerable scaling and performance challenges while lowering total cost of operation. See their entire interview above
Cisco and Oracle Solutions on UCS Grow Bigger
Senior Product Manager, John McAbel (Cisco), talks about world record benchmarks on Oracle products using the Cisco UCS Platform and other announcements at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco.
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Rob Commins - Cisco @ Oracle OpenWorld 2015 - theCUBE - #OOW15
Rob Commins, Tegile Systems, at Oracle OpenWorld 2015 with Stu Miniman and Brian Gracely @theCUBE #oow15
MCA Computer Corporation has Oracle, Sun, HP, DELL, IBM, Cisco Reseller, specializing in New, Used
http://www.mcac.com/ MCA Computer Corporation they specialize in offering Oracle Sun Microsystems, Cisc, HP, IBM, & more. MCA Computer Corporation is truly your one-stop shop for quality new, used and refurbished IT hardware. They specialize in current, discontinued and End-of-Life (EOL) and legacy equipment. MCA focuses on being an industry leader by being committed to excellence; offering quality, cost effective, computer solutions from design to delivery.
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The Customer Focus Effect with SAP, Oracle, Cisco and more
http://mndt.ch/2fKUtzl Direct engagement is the best way to understand who your customers are, what they need, and how to serve them. Do this and they will not only come back, but they will advocate for you. During the Customer Focus Effect, seven enterprise thought leaders shared their top tactics on how to scale direct engagement. The evening was a complete success, but we want to make sure you feel like you were there too. We have asked each of the speakers to field questions from those who attended and those who registered, but could not attend and will reply in a follow-up webinar you can sign-up for here. To see more of the speakers from The Customer Focus Effect, go here: http://mndt.ch/2fKUtzl Other speakers: Jerry Drobny, Senior VP of Strategic Revenue Services, San Francisco Giants - Draws the connection between losing sight of fans with unengaged customers in large scale businesses. Marcus Ruebsam, Senior VP, Global Head Solution Management, SAP - Porsche's proactive approach builds another level of customer loyalty. Catherine Blackmore, Global Group VP of Customer Success, Oracle - Build customer intimacy while delivering on enterprise outcomes. Edmund Daly, Head of Global Customer Success, Cisco - Outside-in approach maintains perspective on how customers experience your product. Aaron Fulkerson, CEO, MindTouch - Direct Customer Engagement drives customer focus and scales positive experiences. Johann Wrede, Global VP, Strategic Marketing, SAP Hybris - Business Transformation starts with empathy and moves to advocacy. Stefan Gentz, Worldwide Evangelist, Adobe - Tracking user behavior through digital (cloud) engagement deepens understanding at scale.
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Eric Herzog - Cisco @ Oracle OpenWorld 2015 - theCUBE - #OOW15
Storage advancements change the face of tech | #oow15 by Darcie Nolan | Nov 5, 2015 The world of storage – especially relating to advancements with the cloud – is changing the face of tech. From new ways of storing data to the acquisition of storage companies, the environment is exciting and full of potential. Eric Herzog, VP of product marketing at IBM, spoke to Stu Miniman, cohost of theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, during Oracle OpenWorld 2015 about storage-related acquisitions and how IBM views the cloud. Changes in storage “Well, I think there is no doubt this is gonna cause change throughout the industry in all segments,” Herzog said. Storage changes will likely change what every company is offering, partnerships and new technology. In this case, change is begetting change, and only the innovative and inquisitive will be able to keep up. “The good thing about storage is it’s always changing and it is never boring,” said Herzog. The hybrid story Storage and cloud components working together are a big focus at IBM, which is offering a multitude of options for its clients, like Netflix. “At IBM, hybrid clouds, public clouds and private clouds are huge opportunities, and the key thing is, when you are in the cloud you have all sorts of other vicissitudes,” Herzog explained. “The last thing you want is for that storage to not be … highly available, highly reliable and also provide high performance.” @theCUBE #CiscoUCS
Constellation Office Hours: Box IPO, HANA, Cisco InterCloud, Oracle Sales Cloud
Constellation Office Hours for March. Featuring Constellation analysts: Holger Mueller, Alan Lepofsky, and J. Bruce Daley