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Delivering OLTP Database Technology Aimed at Optimal Business Outcomes

Case Study Published By: IBM
IBM
Published:  Dec 06, 2013
Type:  Case Study
Length:  7 pages

Most enterprise datacenters are so cluttered with individually constructed servers, including database servers, that staff time is largely taken up with just the maintenance of these systems. As a result, IT service to business users suffers, and the agility of the enterprise suffers. Integrated systems represent an antidote to this problem. By dramatically reducing the amount of setup and maintenance time for the applications and databases they support, integrated systems enable the technical staff to spend more of their time supporting users and enabling the enterprise to thrive.



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ibm, ibm puredata system, transaction, datacenter, data management, integrated system, configuration, consolidation