When database performance slows, it's easy to jump to the conclusion that hardware must be the reason. Slow server. Insufficient memory. Network bandwidth. This isn't surprising, because hardware is getting faster and less expensive–and, after all, hardware vendors are very good at promoting their shiniest, newest wares. Throwing some of this shiny new hardware at your Oracle performance problems may not make things better. Surprisingly, there are times when it can make performance worse.
It's time to stop the madness. How can you know if hardware is the right answer to your performance issues? How can you know for sure which hardware components will have the biggest impact? As a DBA or database developer, you should know that you can gain significant performance improvements without the time, money and risk associated with providing the latest server or flash storage array.
Join us for this live webinar with Dan Morgan of Performance Tuning Corporation and Janis Griffin of SolarWinds to learn best practices to improve performance on your existing hardware and become more prescriptive with your hardware upgrade dollars.
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