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Delphix Live webcast: Database Virtualization

Live webcast: Realize Massive ROI with Database Virtualization
Date: Wednesday Jan 30, 2013 @12pm ET/9am PT
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If you could create as many copies as you wanted of production databases for development, reporting and QA, how many would you create? 10,20, a 100? It is possible in the space of a single copy of the production database using thin provision cloning. Thin provision cloning give enormous disk savings by sharing the majority of source database data blocks. Thin provision cloning is one technology of database virtualization. Database virtualization goes beyond thin provision cloning technology to provide agile corporate data management.

Virtual databases can be created, refreshed, rolled back, rolled forward and deleted in seconds. Virtual databases can be provisioned from any second within the source databases retention window which is typically several weeks. Every developer can have their own full copy of production databases, production databases can have 50 days of backup live online in the space of one backup. Backups can be brought online in seconds, data reviewed or extracted and the copy removed in seconds. QA teams can go from one test environment to instead having multiple full copies of production database allowing running QA tests in parallel.

Delphix eliminates widespread IT inefficiencies caused by dragging behind enormous amounts of infrastructure, process and bureaucracy  required to provide database copies.  Delphix eliminates the drag and provides power through agile data management software and database virtualization. Join this session to learn how organizations like Deutsche Bank, Proctor and Gamble, Facebook, EA, Stubhub and many more are realizing significant returns with Delphix, including:

 

  • Greater agility: 500% greater application project output
  • Lower risk: 50% higher error detection in development
  • Reduced costs: 90% reduction in storage cost for copies and backups 

Join us on Jan 30 @12PM ET to learn more. Click Here to Register