CBA picks Oracle Exadata

CBA picks Oracle Exadata

Summary: Oracle today announced on Twitter that Commonwealth Bank will be deploying Oracle's Exadata Database Machine for its online transaction processing (OLTP).

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in brief Oracle Australia last week announced on Twitter that Commonwealth Bank of Australia would be the first local customer to deploy its new Exadata V2 Database Machine for the bank's online transaction processing (OLTP).

An Oracle spokesperson confirmed the deal but could not provide any further details, while Commonwealth Bank was unavailable for comment at the time of publishing.

Oracle's Exadata V2 Database Machine is a joint project with Sun; the storage solution utilises Oracle's software and Sun's memory hardware to process and store data for a range of applications, including enterprise data storage.

Oracle CEO Larry Ellison
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Topics: Oracle, Banking, Legal

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