So much buzz in a single day. I have to say I was quite
blown away with the starting videos by Mark Hurd outlining our success thus far,
and then ending with Thomas Kurian in the morning detailing a number of key
advancements around Enterprise
Manager 12c, Big
Data, and Exalytics.
The theme of Oracle OpenWorld (if you haven’t been paying attention to our
banners) is all about Engineered for
Hasan Rizvi during his General Session today discussed such innovations
in Fusion Middleware highlighting Oracle
Exalogic Elastic Cloud and Oracle Cloud Application
Foundation which help provide a foundation for Cloud applications, make IT
more efficient and business users more productive.
Rizvi outlined how Oracle is the leader in Fusion
Middleware, with the #1 position in the market –with over 120,000 existing
customers having added 9,500 new customers in the last 12 months.
In fact, Oracle runs on Oracle; running its own applications
on Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle invests heavily in integrating its products
together into cohesive solutions, reducing professional services costs compared
to competition while reducing time-to-market for on-boarding new services from
3 months to 2 weeks.
Oracle also runs its most innovative business software,
Fusion Applications, on Oracle Fusion Middleware - leveraging its modern user
interface, in context Business Intelligence, integrated SOA, centralized security,
and built for on-premise and on-Cloud.
Rizvi also discussed in detail the advantages of Oracle Exalogic,
- Exalogic provides up to 5X
processor utilization advantage for applications: Java EE, 25% processor
utilization advantage for standard Linux or Solaris applications.
- Unmatched throughput, responsiveness and efficiency on Oracle Exalogic:
Oracle SOA runs 9X faster, Oracle ADF runs 10X faster.
- For Business Applications it means better throughput, lower response
times, more TPS, more users.
means: Oracle Exalogic provides customers a solution which relies on
less hardware and software, is easier to deploy, manage, maintain, while at the
same time runs faster.
In fact many Exalogic
customers experienced dramatic gains. Rizvi quoted a few important customer
- Haier: 7X faster than IBM P750/AIX at ½ the cost.
- Square Two: 9X improved response time with 5X gain in concurrent
- Deutsche Post DHL: ¼ rack of
Exalogic 360X faster than 600 existing servers
- Xi’an Software Pak: 22X
faster performance than existing systems
- Banco de Chile: 4X better performance over the competing solution.
In addition, Rizvi outlined new advancements in Exalogic
Elastic Cloud Software which are worth highlighting:
- Elastic Cloud Software now available on
newly announced SPARC SuperCluster thereby bringing its benefits to an even
- Virtual Assemblies for
Exalogic bring together VM images and deployment configurations in order
to reduce the costs of rapidly deploying new applications
- Cloud Management provides
complete cloud lifecycle management with automatic scale-up and scale-down
along with metering and chargeback
- Additionally, Cloud
Management benefits from deep integration with hardware, software, and
applications management to offer automatic, proactive support that
monitors the day to day health of the system, provides patch
recommendations, and can even contact support automatically when a problem
- Oracle VM 3.0 for Exalogic
offers the lowest overhead in the market combine with the greatest
scalability for x86 architectures
- Oracle Exabus offers high
speed network virtualization, providing direct memory I/O for Java and C++
applications that results in 400% increase in process to process
- Example Exalogic Benefits
for Fusion Middleware Customers: SOA 11g experiences a 9X improvement in response time, improves
Tuxedo response time by 7X, and increases throughput of Oracle Universal
Content Management by 300%
- Resulting improvement in
response time of sample business processes in Oracle Applications: E-Business Suite 300-800%, PeopleSoft
300%, Siebel 800%, JD Edwards 300%, Utilities Master Data Management 200%,
and ATG 300%.
Looking forward to Tuesday? See the Keynote delivered by Dell: 8:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m., Moscone North, Hall D
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