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Groupware Technology Now Offers Proof of Concepts and Migration for the Oracle Exadata Database Machine in Its California Lab Facility

CAMPBELL, Calif. Jan. 25, 2011

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John Gray

Groupware has continually invested in its lab facility to enable customers to simulate their production environments to test and validate the performance and cost benefits of new data center solutions. The company will also offer Oracle Exadata Database Machine training and workshops on a regular basis.  

Mike Thompson

Groupware’s professional services team has amassed some of the industry’s top database and datacenter infrastructure experts to help customers demonstrate the case for migration.  The Groupware lab facility is available to customers 24 x 7 via key card access or secure VPN, and database experts will work closely with customers to derive the greatest performance improvements and cost savings.  Oracle Exadata Database Machine is architected to help customers:

  • Lower IT costs through large-scale database consolidation of ERP, CRM, and other varied application workloads
  • Quickly provision scalable and reliable database services in a private cloud environment
  • Address the performance needs of demanding enterprise OLTP and data warehousing applications with large user populations

Campbell, California

Scott Sutter, Executive Vice President

[email protected] , 408-540-0042

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Beth Fox

Groupware Technology

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503 781 1717

SOURCE Groupware Technology, Inc.

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