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HM Land Registry saves money with Oracle SPARC servers

Sophie Curtis | April 19, 2013
HM Land Registry, which is responsible for registering the ownership of property throughout the UK, is using SPARC T4-4 servers running Oracle's Solaris operating system to improve the availability and performance of its commercial services.

"The same old pressures exist on every customer I talk to which is, I've got to do more with less, and it's got to cost less per transaction," he said.

"The beauty of these platforms is the ability to effectively lift and shift, which is take legacy Solaris and legacy database infrastructures and roll them onto the latest generation hardware.

"Everybody's trying to reduce capex and opex. If you can do it on a common operating system with common technology it's going to be cheaper to run, and the Solaris operating system on top makes deployment and management so much easier."


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