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How to Achieve Peak System Performance During Operational Reporting

Companies are doing more with their current infrastructure than ever before, but this burden on system resources can negatively affect performance, especially at peak batch and reporting times. This can lead to missed SLAs as well as customer and employee dissatisfaction. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

In this session, data replication guru Jeffrey Surretsky reveals the most simple and affordable method for preventing operational reporting from impacting system performance. Jeffrey will show you how you can use an operational data store for reporting, EOM billing, and year-end processes; this allows OLTP transaction processing on your main production system to continue at peak performance levels, and it lets you run reports with fresh data during regular business hours. 

You’ll learn how to:

  • Improve system performance by creating an always-in-sync copy of transactional data and perform billing and operational reporting from a second server
  • Increase customer and employee satisfaction
  • Improve tactical planning and increase efficiency
  • Reduce contention and prevent performance degradation even during high-volume reporting
  • Maximize cost savings, especially when the report database is Oracle Standard Edition
  • Access near real-time data and replicate only the data required for reporting
  • Gain immediate business benefits by using a cost-effective, cloud-based software-as-a-service model to perform 24x7 reporting without production impact