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Oracle’s Global Engineered Systems Partner of the Year remain ahead of the curve with the addition of the latest innovation in Oracle Technology.

Leading Oracle Platinum Partner, Red Stack Tech, has today announced the addition of the new-generation of Oracle X5 Engineered Systems to their portfolio of products and services. Oracle Exadata X5 is the latest innovation in the Oracle Exadata series unveiled by Larry Ellison at Oracle Headquarters on 21st January, 2015.

The Oracle Exadata Machine is part of the Oracle Engineered Systems portfolio that combines software and hardware together, to provide the highest-performing and most valuable platform for running Oracle Database with architecture that features scale out database servers, scale out intelligent storage servers and high speed InfiniBand networking.

The Oracle Exadata X5 machine boasts the introduction of a number of new features including; elastic configurations that allow storage and compute to be configured and expanded one at a time to provide granular on-demand expansion at a lower cost; an extreme flash storage server that uses ultra-fast PCle flash drives, the latest Non-Volatile Memory Express flash protocol and InfiniBand scale-out to achieve breakthrough performance and price per I/O; and new software capabilities that include faster purer columnar flash caching, database snapshots, flash caching resource management, near instant-server death detection, I/O latency capping and offload of JSON and XML analytics.

Red Stack Tech was formed in January 2015 following the merger of Oracle Platinum Partner, e-DBA Ltd with Business Intelligence Specialists, 3sixty-analytics and the acquisition of Polish Oracle Partner, Gridwise. Over the last three years, the company has established a strong focus on Engineered Systems, having invested in Oracle Engineered Systems proof of concept units; an Oracle Exadata Machine, an Oracle Exalytics Unit and an Oracle Database Appliance Machine.

Under the brand name e-DBA Ltd, the company’s unique specialism and ability to deliver successful projects to a customer base that includes several FTSE 100 customers, was recognised with the prestigious title of ‘Oracle Engineered Systems Partner of the Year 2014 UK, EMEA & Global’.

James Anthony, Technology Director of Red Stack Tech, said, “As recognised specialists in the area of Engineered Systems, we aim to ensure our customers benefit from the very latest and most advanced Oracle technological innovations so we are very pleased to add the new-generation of Oracle Engineered Systems to our portfolio of products and services.”

“Our focus is on helping our customers to simplify their IT infrastructure by providing the highest performing and most secure and reliable platform for running Oracle Database. We believe that the Oracle Exadata Database Machine X5 provides the means to do this and look forward to sharing our knowledge and expertise of this latest innovation with our customers as well as providing them with extensive services from installation to on-going support,” James added.


Note to Editors;

Red Stack Tech Ltd is a leading global Oracle technology brand specialising in the provision of Oracle Software, Hardware, Managed and Professional Services. The company was established in January 2015 following the merger of UK Oracle Platinum Partner e-DBA Ltd with Business Intelligence specialists, 3sixty-analytics and the acquisition of Polish Oracle partner, Gridwise. The skills and expertise of the three companies combine under the Red Stack Tech brand to deliver full end-to-end solutions that encompass the whole Oracle stack with a strong focus on Engineered Systems, Database Management Services and Business Analytics. With offices in the UK, Australia and Poland, Red Stack Tech is committed to ensuring organisations worldwide receive the most from their Oracle investments.

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