By Giuseppe Facchetti-Oracle on May 27, 2016
In 2015 the Exadata, Manageability and the Servers and Storage Partner Communities will celebrate a single joint Community Forum which will take place in Budapest, Hungary on April 14-16, 2015.
Oracle offers customers different alternatives for consolidation and modernization of the infrastructure to fulfill the requirements and needs of different types of customer, at the servers, storage, database and middleware layers.
At the same time customers have the option to build their DBaaS infrastructure on-premise, or use the Oracle Public Cloud.
During next Community Forum we will cover the different solutions and share experiences on a variety of customer cases and challenges: don't miss out on attending this key event!
For further informations, please click HERE.
which virtualization technology a customer should choose?
If you want to find the reason, please read the Consolidation Using Oracle's SPARC Virtualization Technologies whitepaper or check the full blog post entry posted HERE in order to know what to choose... What could be the right answer?
don't you want a focus on Security?
We have always good news: Oracle’s SPARC systems and Oracle Solaris OS are co-engineered to provide efficient secure technology. SPARC security uses hardware accelerators to deliver leading performance.
Please read the full blog post entry posted HERE in order to know how Oracle is providing encryption and policy-based key management that ensure data protection for cloud and virtual environments.
in this blog entry by Arun Singh, Product Manager for SPARC Server, you could read a very interesting article about how Oracle’s SPARC M7 microprocessor can accelerate In-Memory Query of Oracle Database, using Software in Silicon Technology.
You could read about how [...] Oracle software engineers have incorporated various features into the Oracle Database to effectively leverage the hardware resources such as cores, IO channels, and memory of the underlying server. [...] Following a tremendous pace of technology innovation on SPARC microprocessors, Oracle has unveiled details on the Software in Silicon technologies that fuel its future SPARC M7 processor. The Software in Silicon technologies are a culmination of Oracle’s vision of engineering and optimizing hardware and software together. One of these technologies, In-Memory Query Acceleration, was designed to work with the Oracle Database In-memory. [...]
Do you want to know more?
You can view the full blog entry HERE
special event will feature interactive sessions on Oracle's Application
Engineered Storage strategy, product directions, and real-world
Discover the possibilities, as only Oracle can co-engineer hardware with Oracle Database and applications to deliver extreme performance, dynamic automation, management efficiency and cost savings.
Storage Forum at Oracle OpenWorld
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Forum
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Reception
Metreon – City View
135 Fourth Street, Suite 4000,
San Francisco, CA 94103
SOURCE: Oracle Hardware Blog
ATOS, a leading international IT services outsourcing provider, has implemented Oracle SuperCluster
as a complete, high-availability, multi-tenancy infrastructure,
increasing performance, increasing profits, and providing higher
services levels to customers.
With Oracle SuperCluster support for multi-tenancy through virtualization, and Oracle Exadata Storage engineered and performance optimized, ATOS significantly increased batch processing with more than 10x more IOPS with Oracle Exadata Storage X3-2.
The optimized Oracle SuperCluster engineered system includes Oracle Exadata, Oracle Solaris 11, ran batch jobs 1.5x faster as compared to the former IBM AIX platform, which was consolidated to Oracle SuperCluster.
With Oracle SuperCluster ECC DRAM providing more
memory per processor, it is ideal for in-memory workloads and large
vertically scaled multi-tenancy databases and applications including
Business benefits are significant, with profit margins are projected to increase through a significant reduction of software license costs by 1.5x due to the higher performance and capacity of Oracle SuperCluster. Rapid provisioning increased ATOS service levels, and requires fewer resources to manage incident services.
As a single Oracle Engineered System, Oracle SuperCluster is intrinsically high-availability, tested and integrated by Oracle, and was rapidly deployed.