SEP Webinar: Backup in Oracle Environments

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Join SEP and Oracle for a webinar focusing on a revolutionary backup and disaster recovery solution, SEP sesam. In this webinar, you will learn how SEP sesam automatically reduces Oracle Database backup times by at least 50% and eliminates at least 50% of storage requirements for Oracle Databases.

SEP sesam is an easy, cost-effective, and high-performing backup and storage solution for physical, virtual, and cloud environments of any size.

In this webinar you will discover:

  • Best practices for business continuity when using physical, virtual and cloud platforms.
  • Why Oracle Linux provides the best platform for backup and disaster recovery
  • One simple solution to back up heterogeneous environments to any destination of your choosing.
  • How to decrease backup windows 50-98% in both physical and virtual environments using Multi-Streaming Technology.
  • This session will demonstrate how one solution can move data quickly and efficiently between Linux environments.
  • Multi-Streaming Technology also allows for simultaneous backup streams, decreasing backup windows by 50-98%.
  • SEP is the ideal backup and disaster recovery solution for your bare metal or virtual environment on Oracle Linux as well as any mixed O/S.

One lucky winner will receive a pass to the upcoming Oracle Open World on Septmber 29 in San Francisco. Seats are filling up quickly, register now!

For futher information on SEP’s backup and disaster recovery solution, SEP sesam, please visit www.sepusa.com or email info@sepusa.com.

Kind regards,
-The SEP Software Corp. Team

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