Monday Apr 29, 2013

New specialization: Exadata Database Machine Models X3-2 and X3-8

You can now start working in becoming OPN Specialized for the Exadata Database Machine Models X3-2 and X3-8 specialization.

Specialization criteria are available here.

Assesments and Guided Learning paths are already available for:

 

Wednesday Nov 28, 2012

Exadata X3 launch webcast - Available on-demand

Available on-demand, this webcast covers everything partners need to know about Oracle’s next-generation database machine. You will learn how to improve performance by storing multiple databases in memory, lower power and cooling costs by 30%, and easily deploy a cloud based database service. Exadata X3 combines massive memory and low-cost disks to deliver the highest performance at the lowest cost.

View here!

Tuesday Nov 27, 2012

Exadata Database Machine X3 - New technical whitepaper available

After the announcement of the Exadata Database Machine X3, a new technical whitepaper is available for all of you who want to go deep into the technical features of the new generation of Exadata machines.

You can download it from here:  "An Oracle Whitepaper - A Technical Overview of the Oracle Exadata Database Machine and  Exadata Storage Server - November 2012"

 

Tuesday Oct 16, 2012

Gartner report: Oracle Embraces Flash Memory in New Exadata Machine

On September 30, 2012, Gartner published "Oracle Embraces Flash Memory in New Exadata Machine"

In this report Gartner analyzes the September 30, 2012 Exadata X3 announcement. You can download it at:

Wednesday Oct 03, 2012

Oracle Exadata X3 announcement at Oracle Openworld

Oracle Announces Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine
Oracle Press Release


Fourth Generation Exadata X3 Systems are Ideal for High-End OLTP, Large Data Warehouses, and Database Clouds; Eighth-Rack Configuration Offers New Low-Cost Entry Point
  • During his opening keynote address at Oracle OpenWorld, Oracle CEO, Larry Ellison announced the Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine - the latest generation of its Oracle Exadata Database Machines.
  • The Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine is a key component of the Oracle Cloud.
  • Oracle Exadata X3-2 Database In-Memory Machine and Oracle Exadata X3-8 Database In-Memory Machine can store up to hundreds of Terabytes of compressed user data in Flash and RAM memory, virtually eliminating the performance overhead of reads and writes to slow disk drives, making Exadata X3 systems the ideal database platforms for the varied and unpredictable workloads of cloud computing.
  • In order to realize the highest performance at the lowest cost, the Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine implements a mass memory hierarchy that automatically moves all active data into Flash and RAM memory, while keeping less active data on low-cost disks.
  • With a new Eighth-Rack configuration, the Oracle Exadata X3-2 Database In-Memory Machine delivers a cost-effective entry point for smaller workloads, testing, development and disaster recovery systems, and is a fully redundant system that can be used with mission critical applications.

Detailed info at Oracle Exadata Database Machine

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