•"Since its introduction, the Oracle Database Appliance has provided businesses a completely new way to deploy, maintain and support Oracle Databases," said Sohan DeMel, vice president, product strategy and business development, Oracle. "The rapid adoption of the Oracle Database Appliance underscores its diverse use cases and the opportunity for organizations of all sizes to utilize engineered systems." •"Best-of-breed systems from multiple vendors are complex, costly and time-consuming to set up. I see the Oracle Database Appliance and Oracle engineered systems as the future for CallSource," said Jason Scinocca, CTO, CallSource. •"We were able to get the Oracle Database Appliance up and running easily and started to see the benefits right away. With the Oracle Database Appliance, we effectively removed cost and complexity from our data center without compromising performance and availability for our user community, all while shoring up our infrastructure for future growth," said Piotr Motykiewicz, vice president of technology and product, Interactive One. •"With the Oracle Database Appliance Virtualized Platform, we can run multiple workloads in the same server while providing isolation between databases and applications. This enables us to provide our customers a single-system solution that's affordable and simple to deploy," said Luigi Giuri, CEO, Wirex. •"The Oracle Database Appliance enabled the newest module of our core hospital management system to go to production quickly. The simple database deployment and administration helped us significantly reduce the time and resources required to implement and maintain a high availability mission-critical database. The engineered database appliance allows us to expand the hospital's IT capability without increasing technical resources while supporting future expansion," said Wang Changdai, IT department head, Baoding City 2nd Hospital. •"As retailers of Unique Gifts, our online business demands the highest level of performance and availability. Our recent upgrade to the Oracle Database Appliance has provided a significant leap in performance, availability and security, while the rapid deployment capabilities allowed us to confidently meet our annual seasonal peak sales period," said Casey McCarthy, CTO, Uncommon Goods. •"We consolidated six servers onto one Oracle Database Appliance, reducing space requirements and power costs. With improved system performance and streamlined administration, we are getting important information into our business users' hands much faster," said Charles Puma, database administrator, Export-Import Bank of the United States. •"The Oracle Database Appliance has benefitted our customer base greatly since its launch, and the success of the first version has set the stage perfectly for Oracle Database Appliance X3-2, as we are already seeing tremendous interest and uptake from customers. Our established ISV program will also benefit significantly from the Virtualization capabilities of the new release, allowing us to deploy all-in-one application and database stack solutions for our partners," said Abdul Sheikh, CTO, Cintra. •"Oracle Database Appliance has performed flawlessly as a production ERP server. Batch process run times are significantly shorter due to the exceptional I/O performance of the Oracle Database Appliance and end user experiences have improved. Oracle Database Appliance has exceeded our expectations," said Bill Smith, Assistant Manager Database Management at The University of Toledo.
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