Engineered Systems

Oracle Engineered Systems are hardware and software designed from the ground up to work seamlessly together to provide unparalleled performance and results. It’s ever-changing the IT industry and the overall value organizations can expect from its IT investment.

Centroid has award-winning expertise in implementing Oracle Engineered Systems, which encapsulate databases, storage, networking and clustering software into one appliance to enable substantially faster deployment times with highly available integration possible in hours rather than days or weeks. Our team understands and demonstrates exactly how to harness the extreme performance designed into every Oracle Engineered System to help our customers reduce risk and lower costs.

As Oracle standardizes components in its Engineered Systems; software and hardware upgrades are automatic and predictable. Centroid customers in turn benefit from the somewhat smaller footprint that aligns with a less complicated IT environment, which can be easily enabled by consolidating workloads from several machines onto a single Engineered System that is faster, less expensive and easier to manage.

Centroid's consulting portfolio of Engineered Services includes: 

  • Architecture assessment and roadmap for engineered system adoption
  • Engineered systems migrations
  • Patching and maintenance
  • On-demand specialists
  • Deployments and upgrades

Our experience with Engineered Systems is reinforced by our Detroit-based, Centroid R&D Performance Lab. Our dedication to R&D creates a competitive advantage affording us the ability to develop new and improved technology along with valued solutions to our customers. 

Core technology within the Centroid R&D Performance Lab include:

  • Exadata
  • Exalogic
  • Exalytics
  • Oracle Database Appliance
  • ZFS
  • Oracle Sparc and X86 ServersSpf

The Centroid R&D Performance Lab strategically enables customers to validate and test their actual workloads on Engineered Systems to see how their enterprise applications can be accelerated and their analytic capabilities strengthened.