NetApp to Demonstrate Leading Unified Storage Solutions for Oracle® E-Business Suite and Real Application Cluster Environments at Oracle AppsWorld


Network Appliance, Inc. (NASDAQ:NTAP), a leading provider of enterprise network storage solutions and a premier storage provider for Oracle, will demonstrate how to reduce enterprise customer complexity and improve TCO in Oracle E-Business suite environments at Oracle AppsWorld 2004 in San Diego.

NetApp will conduct live, hands-on demos illustrating the advantage of unified storage in an Oracle E-Business Suite environment for increased manageability across iSCSI, Fibre Channel, and Ethernet platforms. Network Appliance representatives will be on-hand to discuss the business benefits and technical details of running the Oracle E-Business suite environments on NetApp enterprise storage.

In addition, Network Appliance will be participating in the following industry and technical presentations:


Tom Mendoza, president of Network Appliance is the featured keynote at Oracle AppsWorld's Leaders Circle.
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Wednesday, January 28, 2004 at 11:00 a.m. PT at the San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina.


" Best Practices for Migrating and Maintaining Oracle Applications 11i in a Linux-Based Grid Environment" is being presented by Vasu Subbiah, business development manager at Network Appliance and Kent Noble, director Oracle E-Business Suite at Oracle. Subbiah and Noble will review best practices for maintaining Oracle E-Business Suite and will outline how to configure and manage mission-critical environments without sacrificing data availability and system uptime cost-effectively. The presentation also addresses how to migrate middle-tier environments from one platform to another.


Tuesday, January 27, 2004 at 1:00 p.m. PT in room 31C


" Protecting Your Assets: Best Practices for Ensuring Business Continuance for Oracle E-Business Suite" is being presented by Lou Lydiksen, systems engineer at Network Appliance and Geoff Trembley from Oracle. Lydiksen and Trembley are discussing how companies can improve data sharing and integration, increase data availability, and ensure business continuance. The presentation includes real-world examples of companies that have standardized their enterprise infrastructure on NetApp storage and Oracle E-Business Suite. These real-world examples also address how the Oracle and NetApp Center of Excellence was leveraged to accelerate time to implementation and reduce deployment complexity.


Tuesday, January 27, 2004 at 3:00 p.m. PT in room 31C


Oracle AppsWorld San Diego


January 26-29, 2004




San Diego Convention Center


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