Pattern Matched Technologies (PMT) has announced that Amethyst (R2) & Emerald (R5) have achieved Oracle Exadata Ready status through Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN). The announcement demonstrates that PMT supports Amethyst & Emerald with Oracle Exadata Database Machine.
This will enable PMT to expound on its scalability functions and leverage on the specialised features that Oracle engineered systems deliver. As a result, PMT’s Enterprise and Core-Grade clients will have high capacity online, real-time, data available that can be utilised to provide value added services such as flexible and scalable CRM, real-time replication, Failover and DR contingency planning, as well as highly bespoke integrated solution reporting.
The Oracle Exadata Database Machine is an ideal platform for database consolidation and database clouds. It is a complete package of servers, storage, networking, and software that is scalable, secure, and redundant.
“Through leveraging the latest Oracle technologies we are expanding on our ability to grow this amazingly complex environment to a serviceable model that allows us to offer market leading solutions that not only challenge what is known but also significantly adds value to the lives of our Clients and the people they serve. We can only imagine what is in store and we are geared to service and deliver even more innovative products utilising Oracle technologies,” said Gustav Potgieter, Director Designate, IT and Services, PMT.
“When partners such as Pattern Matched Technologies leverage the latest component products of Oracle Exadata Database Machine as the foundation for their applications, they benefit from a complete, integrated and cloud-ready infrastructure that will help them utilise new features and functionality and drive innovation,” said Chris Baker, Senior Vice President, Worldwide ISV and OEM Sales. “We are pleased to see Pattern Matched Technologies achieve Oracle Exadata Ready status as this significant milestone helps equip them to deliver superior value to customers.”
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