TriCore Introduces New Oracle Application Development Cloud Services with Actifio
SAN FRANCISCO – October 1, 2014 -- Today at Oracle OpenWorld, TriCore Solutions, the application management experts, announced that it has expanded its Actifio-powered service portfolio to include a new cloud-based agile database development solution for enterprises built on an Oracle platform. The solution has been benchmarked to deliver developer-ready clones of multi-terabyte Oracle databases in minutes vs. hours with the previous process.
“Our use of Actifio’s copy data virtualization platform allows TriCore to provide our customers with faster database provisioning, remote back-ups, as well as enhanced features and functionality for more agile development,” said Mark Clayman, chief operating officer, TriCore. “By providing our users with services that can provide a significant competitive advantage, such as cloud-based app dev/test we will deliver meaningful business results for our customers.”
The new service provides Oracle developers with a solution that provides better code quality with less re-work, sustained competitive advantage and lower capex and opex costs. Customers can now create an agile environment much more quickly for test and dev, allowing them to make a copy of a database and access copies in seconds vs. hours.
This new Oracle Database Copy Provisioning-as-a-Service offers the following features:
• Full Point-In-Time Copies Managed by SLA
• Workflows Enable Scheduled, Automated Data Management
• Push-Button Masking for Secure Application Development
• Full Stack Application Management and Provisioning
• LogSmartTM Automated Log Rolling for Instant PiT Provisioning
The TriCore/Actifio partnership also helps clients get moving faster with a number of tools including: application-centric data capture from production, SLA-Based data management, inherent data protection, efficient storage optimization, improved DBA productivity, and network optimization.
Additionally, this offering helps customers get to market faster:
• Database copies are delivered in native/useful format
• DBA's can incorporate data masking for compliance
• Applications can be easily migrated between dev/test/uat/pre-production
“Our goal is to truly enable our partners and customers to deliver strong business results catered to their IT needs,” said Ash Ashutosh, Founder and CEO, Actifio. “With this new agile environment service, TriCore customers can take advantage of Actifio’s wide-range of data management capabilities and enjoy significantly faster Oracle Database provisioning, in turn helping them get to market faster.”
Actifio® delivers copy data virtualization to hundreds of global enterprise customers and service provider partners in more than 30 countries around the world. The patented Actifio Virtual Data Pipeline™ technology decouples data from infrastructure, enabling dramatic improvements in business resiliency, agility, and access to the cloud. Actifio replaces siloed data management products with a radically simple, application-centric, SLA-driven approach that lets customers capture data from production applications, manage it more economically, and use it how, when and where they need to. Actifio is headquartered just outside Boston, Massachusetts, and can be reached via the web (actifio.com), Twitter (@actifio), or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About TriCore Solutions
TriCore Solutions, the application management experts, provides a full suite of scalable and reliable managed application, cloud, infrastructure hosting, and consulting services to enterprise organizations. The company delivers its services and the TriCore Trusted Promise to more than 250 companies worldwide to reduce costs, raise service levels, improve customer experience, increase business agility, and accelerate innovation, unlocking the business value from their IT investments. TriCore Solutions is headquartered in Boston, MA, with offices in India and throughout North America. For more information, please visit http://www.tricoresolutions.com and @tricorenow on Twitter.
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