November 2008
UNIX Update;Nov2008, Vol. 19 Issue 11, p3
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The article reports on the collaboration between Brocade and Oracle to optimize Oracle's applications and databases with advanced capabilities delivered through Brocade's Data Center Fabric (DCF) architecture. Brocade will show how to simplify work and load mobility by combining its Adaptive Networking services with Fibre Channel N_Port virtualization to consolidate, virtualize and automate the storage infrastructure supporting Oracle's VM server virtualization software. Also, the company will demonstrate how Oracle customers can use these technologies to migrate applications and databases between virtual servers more easily.


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