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Intel® Xeon® Processors and Oracle Database 12c*: Solution BriefIntel® Xeon® Processors and Oracle Database 12c*: Engineered to Work TogetherOracle Database 12c* is the newest and most advanced database innovation from Oracle—and the latest example of the jointly engineered solutions that Intel and Oracle have been developing for the past 15 years.Oracle Database 12c is a next-generation database designed for the cloud, with a new Oracle Multitenant* architecture that runs on top of a fast, scalable, and secure database platform. When customers plug into the cloud with Oracle Database 12c, they can improve the quality and performance of their applications, save time with optimal availability architecture and storage management, and simplify their database consolidation efforts by managing hundreds of databases as one.Because Oracle and Intel have worked closely throughout the development of Oracle Database 12c, customers can depend on optimal performance when the new flagship database runs on servers based on Intel® Xeon® processors, including Oracle Engineered Systems* such as Oracle Exadata* and Oracle Database Appliance*. Together, Oracle and Intel ensure optimal performance, security, scalability, energy efficiency, and more.Read the full Intel® Xeon® Processors and Oracle Database 12c* Solution Brief.
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