This week, Oracle welcomes tens of thousands of customers and partners spanning 175 countries and over 18 million live-stream viewers to Oracle OpenWorld 2017. Located at San Francisco’s Moscone Center, conference events will span multiple venues from October 1-5. Oracle OpenWorld delivers unprecedented opportunities to hear from the greatest minds, including actor and director Joseph Gordon-Levitt, former United States Senator Barbara Boxer, Executive Consultant for the Los Angeles Clippers Jerry West, and former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. But most importantly, Datos IO will be exhibiting at Booth #5322. Calling all DBAs to see how RecoverX can help you can achieve up to 90% reduction in storage costs.
- Keynote speaker, former Oracle CEO Larry Ellison, mentioned: “a. Automated database backup and recovery, b. Scheduled downtime, Single-click patch recovery, c. On-premise or public cloud database storage, d. Scalable databases, e. Identifying abnormal sets of data from normal datasets, f. Oracle Open Cloud.” The good news is that we have already been doing this . We anticipated the technology shift and our application-centric software is ahead of market trends. RecoverX 2.0 provides scalable, one-click backup and recovery, based on customer-assigned interval policies.
- “We are taking hundreds of thousands of databases into the cloud,” Melissa from Oracle mentioned. RecoverX 2.0 protects petabytes of data in the cloud and hybrid cloud.
- As Doug Fisher, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Software and Services Group (SSG), Intel Corporation, stated, “It’s not clear where technology is going. But it begins with data.” By providing efficient and reliable backup and recovery, Datos IO gives companies the confidence to move data to the cloud and focus simply on their business development. We handle data protection.
- “As databases get larger, new queries are added to tune and retune the database.” RecoverX 2.0 is scalable and based on the customer’s needs. As databases grow, through semantic de-duplication our software updates only this new set data.
- “New technology takes time.” A 10-year odyssey has resulted in the Datos IO venture. We’re here for the long haul.