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Database Virtualization Enables Cloud Computing

Sybase Architect Kutay Kilic to Speak at Cloud Expo in New York

"It takes more than hardware and a VM to exceed SLAs!," writes Sybase architect Kutay Kilic, who will be presenting a session at Cloud Expo at the Javits Center in New York. "Many firms have achieved great results implementing traditional server virtualization."

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"However, in larger business-critical production database systems, this is less common," he continues. "Yet, aren’t these exactly the systems from which businesses would benefit most if resources could be virtualized and allocated dynamically to support different systems at different times?"

Kutay's session will cover technical details behind virtualization techniques utilized in Enterprise database systems which go beyond server virtualization. Focus areas will include techniques for optimizing database caches through dynamic memory and object binding as well as managing application SLAs through dynamic CPU/core and cluster node affinity.

Delegates will learn how enterprises are benefiting from "Virtualized Resource Management" technologies in both single node database servers and multi-node database clusters to deliver virtualization's promises to business-critical production database systems, Kutay says.

Kutay Kilic is Chief Solutions Architect of Sybase's Financial Services Industry Group, based in New York.

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