NSI and Oracle partner to provide enterprise-class protection for Oracle business applications

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Sunbelt System Software, a leading provider of Windows system administration tools and enterprise solutions, today announced that its exclusive partner NSI Software has joined the Oracle PartnerNetwork and is providing data replication and failover software to ensure customers have the highest levels of data protection for business-critical Oracle applications. As the worlds largest enterprise software provider, Oracles business and database applications are some of the most widespread and important for companies to protect.

NSI Double-Take software provides cost-effective, high-performance data replication and failover capabilities to ensure high data and application availability for Oracle customers.

F.L. Smidth, the world's leading supplier of cement production technology is using Double-Take to ensure high availability of its global ERP system based on an Oracle 9i database. "With offices around the globe in Denmark, India and the United States, we have users accessing our Oracle ERP system constantly. 24x7 availability isn't just a goal, it's an absolute requirement for us to do business," said Richard A. Mannix, Manager, Information Services at F.L. Smidth. "Double-Take provides the essential failover and replication capabilities that we need to keep our production database in sync with our high availability server, which is ready to assume control of the ERP system at a moment's notice. Double-Take made high availability of our Oracle system simple and cost-effective."

"NSI has always been focused on providing enterprise-class data protection and recoverability to all of our customers' important business data, and this partnership with Oracle formally extends our reach across the enterprise," said Don Beeler, CEO and President at NSI. "Weve seen a lot more interest in protecting Oracle databases as the demand for business continuity has expanded. European companies are particularly seizing upon our capabilities to protect Oracle applications."

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