23 August 2006

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Oracle to demonstrate Validated Configurations at LinuxWorld pavilion

Oracle announced the expansion of its Oracle Validated Configurations effort with the addition of new configurations and partners – Brocade, Cisco Systems and Pillar Data Systems.
Now, customers will have access to a broader range of pre-tested and validated architectures – software, hardware, storage and networking components – to help accelerate and simplify their Oracle on Linux deployments.
Since June 2006, Oracle’s Validated Configurations effort has experienced significant momentum from customers and partners with thousands of downloads from the Oracle Technology Network. Brocade, Cisco Systems and Pillar Data Systems join an extensive roster of industry leading vendors currently involved including, AMD, Dell, EMC, Emulex, HP, IBM, Intel, Network Appliance, Novell, QLogic, Red Hat and Sun, all members of the Oracle PartnerNetwork. Together, Oracle and its team of partners are helping customers accelerate deployment and reduce expensive testing of Linux solutions. Oracle Validated Configurations assist end users in achieving faster time to market, lowered infrastructure costs, and improved performance, scalability and reliability of their Oracle on Linux solutions. “Customers and partners recognize the tremendous value of Oracle Validated Configurations,” said Edward Screven, Chief Corporate Architect, Oracle.

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