I missed this press release about Software in Silicon Cloud. It's the announcement for a service where you can try out a SPARC M7 processor. There's an accompanying website which has the sign up plus some more information about the service.
What's particularly exciting is that it talks a bit more about Application Data Integrity (ADI). Larry Ellison called this "the most important piece of engineering we’ve done in a long, long time.".
Incorrect handling of pointers is a large contributor to bugs in software. ADI tackles this by making the hardware check that the pointer being used is valid for the region of memory it is pointing to. If it's not valid the hardware flags it as an error. Since it's done by hardware, there's minimal performance impact - it's at hardware speed, so developers can check their application in realtime.
There's a nice demo of how ADI protects against exploits like HeartBleed.