ALDATA INTEGRATES ORACLE REAL APPLICATION CLUSTERS TO PROVIDE INCREASED LOAD CAPACITY AND HIGH AVAILABILITY FOR G.O.L.D.

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Aldata, the developer of the Aldata G.O.L.D. Supply Chain Management software application, today announces that its flagship solution is available under Oracle Real Application Clusters.

This reinforces once more the Aldata - Oracle partnership which has been in existence now for more than 18 years and which has seen the successful implementation of more than 230 customers with over 12.000 sites worldwide.

This is the result of more than three weeks of stringent tests recently carried out in the IBM - Oracle expertise centre in Montpellier, France. During this period, the combined Aldata IBM - Oracle teams set up various environments consisting of systems, networks and software to simulate the intensive use of the Aldata G.O.L.D. solution. With Oracle Real Application Clusters, the Aldata G.O.L.D. solution offers a performance quasi-linearity for many hundreds of users in a fault-tolerant architecture.

These tests have fully validated that the Aldata G.O.L.D. solution takes full advantage of the Real Application Clusters technology : increased load capacity in both production and batch environments and a true high availability.

Oracle Real Application Clusters has been implemented without a single change in the code of the G.O.L.D. solution, and therefore other customers can immediately take advantage of this technology and capitalise on their initial investment.

"With this certification, ALDATA delivers a significant response to the strong demand of our customers in terms of load capacity and high availability. Aldata today is able to propose to its customers the same service levels in open environments as in traditional mainframe environments," says Ren Homeyer, General Manager of Aldata Solution S.A.

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