Validated Integration with Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1
Zebra Technologies Corporation, an Oracle Gold Partner, has earned Oracle Validated Integration between its thermal barcode and RFID printer product line and Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 solutions.
Oracle Validated Integration applies a rigorous technical review and test process to confirm that the products work together as designed, helping reduce risk and improve implementation cycles. Zebra printers leverage the Zebra barcode printing solution to smoothly receive, process, and print XML output from JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
Zebra offers barcode printing from Oracle applications via the Zebra XML-Direct Connect method (for 10 or fewer printers), in which Zebra embeds a firmware XML parser in the XML-enabled, TCP/IP-connected printers, and the Zebra Link Enterprise Connector Solution (for 10 printers or more), which changes Oracle XML to Zebra Programming Language at the level of Oracle Application Server.
To achieve Oracle Validated Integration, Oracle partners are required to meet a stringent set of requirements that are based on the needs and priorities of the customers. Zebra provides a combination of software and hardware engineered to work together with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Using Oracle standards, the documented solution delivers greater visibility into critical assets and transactions in the business.
The cost and speed advantages of cloud computing are clear and compelling. But how do you actually move to cloud computing? To discover practical approaches to building your cloud foundation, join us for our four-part webcast series.
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Join Hasan Rizvi, Cliff Godwin, and other key Oracle executives on July 25, 2012, for the launch of Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software 2.0. Oracle’s latest release of hardware and software is engineered to work together to run your business applications.
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- Rapidly respond to market needs by provisioning applications 6x faster
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Time Savings and Ease of Deployment Comparison Study
As the amount and importance of corporate data grows, companies of all sizes are finding that they increasingly need to deploy high-availability database solutions to support their business-critical applications. High DBA workloads have made the ease with which these systems can be installed, administered and supported an important consideration in their selection.
The purpose of this study was to conduct comparison testing between Oracle Database Appliance and Microsoft SQL Server in order to determine the productivity differences between these two solutions. A significant portion of the cost of owning a DBMS is the cost in time and dollars of performing daily management. This study focused on Oracle’s answer to these issues with the recent addition to its family of engineered systems, Oracle Database Appliance. This two-node clustered database server seeks to reduce, and even remove, the primary cost factors of installation and initial deployment, maintenance, and support. ORC had a unique opportunity to evaluate this product in its early rollout stages and measured the amount of time savings this appliance gives back to an administration team, while still maintaining high availability within a database infrastructure.
ORC’s research determined that a DBA would save 835 hours in the first year of system implementation using Oracle Database Appliance rather than SQL Server, and 669 hours in each subsequent year of the system’s life. Given these dramatic productivity savings, Oracle Database Appliance is a choice that makes sense for any organization looking to increase the availability of its databases.
Time savings provided by Oracle Database Appliance were particularly striking in the critical area of ongoing system maintenance.
Database Appliance Oracle vs SQL Server Microsoft
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The average cost per gigabyte for flash, disk or tape storage can vary widely. By aligning the right type of storage media with your data tiers need, you can be much more cost effective when acquiring your storage.
Business managers must understand important cost distinctions when making decisions and exercising control based on different types of cost data. These cost distinctions help managers better appreciate the cost figures that accountants attach to products that are manufactured or purchased by the business.
Calculate your potential savings with Oracle’s flash, disk and tape approach.
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Here you go, this is the list of all webcasts Oracle is presenting about cost of data storage, enterprise data storage and Oracle’s private cloud appliance:
- Improve Database Capacity Management with Oracle Storage and Hybrid Columnar Compression
Dave Krenik, Storage Solution Specialist and Mark Mulligan, Exadata Pillar Specialist discuss how Oracle’s hybrid columnar compression (HCC) feature – which is now supported on Oracle’s Sun ZFS Storage Appliance and Pillar Axiom 600 – can help customers better manage the lifecycle of data using in-database archiving for OLTP databases and data warehouses. Using Hybrid Columnar Compression in these environments, customers can achieve 3x to 5x reductions in their storage footprints, energy usage and cost by replacing existing EMC and NetApp SAN and NAS storage with Oracle storage solutions. Continue reading 14 Best Enterprise Data Storage Webcasts
This 8-minute video will guide you through the training and certification options available for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM Server.
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This self-study and classroom series covers the enterprise-ready framework, database and configuration management, provisioning and patching, and more.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Self-Study training is aimed specifically at administrators who are familiar with the current releases of Enterprise Manager. It is designed to bring existing users up to speed on the new features of Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c
Oracle has played a leading role in enabling a more agile and efficient enterprise IT environment with pioneering work in the area of grid computing. As enterprises get ready to take advantage of the cloud computing paradigm, Oracle’s platform and enterprise data management technologies not only support but also enable that evolution. Oracle Enterprise Manager provides a very rich and scalable management framework providing a unified view of the enterprise cloud. Through Oracle University, students can benefit by learning about Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c which is Oracle’s flagship product to address the broad IT requirements for managing the entire Oracle environment.
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Dive into Oracle’s storage products, appliances and storage management integrated solutions.
Watch Oracle’s enterprise storage webcasts and learn how you can improve storage efficiency, cut costs of data storage, and simplify data storage management.
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