Oracle Applications Deliver on the Promise of Real-Time Enterprise by Leveraging Oracle Database In-Memory
Oracle Applications can achieve over 1,000x faster performance running on Oracle Database In-Memory
In today’s high-speed, always-on world, customers expect more than ever before from the companies with whom they do business. Meeting these increasing expectations can be difficult, especially when decision-makers must wait hours or days to extract vital information from terabytes of data deep within the enterprise. The pace of business can force managers to decide between making an immediate and less informed decision or delaying business decisions until the analytics come through.
To address this challenge and enable executives, managers, and employees to pinpoint opportunities, negotiate smarter, and better engage customers, Oracle introduced the Oracle Database In-Memory option, new software that lets Oracle Database customers create a real-time enterprise. Taking advantage of the extreme performance delivered by Oracle Database In-Memory, some of Oracle’s business applications have seen performance gains of over 1,000x, enabling users to quickly make data-driven decisions, respond instantly to their customers, and continuously optimize key processes. With Oracle in-memory applications, jobs that used to be run overnight become on-demand or real time, reducing processing times from hours to minutes or even seconds. Instead of waiting, employees can work—with more current data than was ever possible before. The ability to combine real-time data analysis with subsecond transactions on existing applications enables organizations to become real-time enterprises. And that enables new business strategies and operational efficiencies across the organization.
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Notes on testing:
Oracle’s application product teams have conducted benchmark testing of their respective application product suites with the Oracle Database In-Memory option and Oracle engineered systems using industry-standard testing tools and methodologies, such as Oracle Load Testing. Tests were conducted using both generally available product and products under development in controlled laboratory environments.
The contents, materials, and information provided in benchmark reports are provided on an “as-is” and “as available” basis. The results and numbers reported in the benchmark results are collected after running the engineering benchmarks on internal servers in controlled laboratory conditions. These results are not necessarily audited by any third party, and oracle does not guarantee the accuracy, reliability, or reproducibility of these results. Oracle reserves the right to remove or make changes to the contents of these benchmark results at any time without notice.
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