Thursday Feb 27, 2014

Migrate from AIX to Oracle Solaris in 4 Easy Steps

Do you fear migration downtime for your always-on applications and increase in already long IT projects backlog? Overdue for an upgrade on your AIX/Power systems running Oracle technology and/or Oracle applications?

Simplify the Migration of Oracle Database and Oracle Applications from AIX to Oracle Solaris is a new white paper that explains in detail how to move from AIX to Oracle Solaris. It also has published results of Oracle Database migrations from AIX to Solaris, including the effort, duration, and benefits from actual systems migrations. Hear first-hand from customers who have simplified operations and benefited from UNIX advantages, by moving off IBM AIX systems onto Oracle’s cutting edge Oracle Solaris-powered platforms.

In four simple steps, you can migrate from AIX to Oracle Solaris and take advantage of Oracle’s “Hardware and Software Engineered to Work Together” to reduce cost, risk and improve the productivity of your application and business systems.

To learn more on AIX to Solaris Migration, visit oracle.com/aixtosolaris.

Monday Dec 23, 2013

Oracle Has a SPARC-powered Exadata Configuration Called SuperCluster

Oracle has been shipping a version of Oracle Exadata that runs Oracle’s T and M-series microprocessors for more than 2 years. This database machine is called Oracle SuperCluster.[Read More]

Tuesday Nov 26, 2013

Don't Miss the Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 Launch WebCast on December 4!

Announcing oracle’s most powerful Engineered System for Oracle Database, database-as-a-Service and database and application consolidation

On December 4, 2013, Oracle will host a customer webcast to acquaint customers with the Oracle SuperCluster M6-32, Oracle’s most powerful engineered system for in-memory Oracle Database performance, Database-as-a-Service and application consolidation.

Hosted by Oracle’s Juan Loaiza, Senior Vice President, Oracle Exadata Development, Ganesh Ramamurthy, Vice President, Oracle SuperCluster Development, Michael Palmeter, Senior Director of Engineered Systems Product Management, this webcast will explain why the Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 is ideally suited for Oracle Database consolidation and Database-as-a-Service, maximum-performance in-memory applications and consolidation of mission-critical business applications.

Ultimate In-memory database performance, Platform-as-a-Service and consolidation

The new Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 offers unprecedented in-memory database and application performance with the highest levels of availability, scalability, reliability of any Engineered System.  Combining Oracle’s Exadata Storage Server technology, SPARC microprocessors, silicon network, highly-secure virtualization, out-of-the-box platform and database-as-a-service-management, the Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 is the best example of Oracle’s Engineered Systems vision thus far.

Join us for this webcast and learn how Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 can help you:

  • Increase performance by up to 10–20X over the performance of standard systems for new in-memory applications, legacy applications and Oracle Database utilizing:
    • Up to 384 microprocessor cores and 32 terabytes of high-performance memory in the most powerful and flexible system design Oracle has ever developed
    • Complete set of Exadata technology for optimal Oracle Database performance and efficiency
  • Realize rich multi-tenancy with near-zero-overhead virtualization
  • Implement Platform-as-a-Service and Database-as-a-Service management out-of-the-box

Wed, December 4, 2013
8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. ET
5 p.m. CET / 4 p.m. GMT

Duration: 30 minutes including Q&A
View local time here.

Register Now

Monday Apr 08, 2013

Power DBaaS with Sun ZFS Storage Appliance

If you have been thinking about setting up a DBaaS (Database as a Service) for your company you won't want to miss this webcast about implementing DBaaS using Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c and Oracle Sun ZFS Storage Appliance. In this webcast you will learn about the features and benefits that the Sun ZFS Storage Appliances provide when used with Enterprise Manager 12c DBaaS Snap Clone and watch a live demo of this exciting new feature. Snap Clone leverages Oracle's own Sun ZFS Storage Appliance system to clone even the largest database in minutes while at the same time providing unmatched performance and efficiency. Users can create their own copies for functional testing and development without consuming large amounts of disk space.

Webcast: Database Provisioning Made Easy - Using Enterprise Manager 12c DBaaS Snap Clone and Sun ZFS Storage Appliance
April 11 - 10:00 a.m. PT

Register Now!

Friday May 25, 2012

Welcome to the Oracle Hardware Blog: How to Benefit from Optimizing Hardware with Oracle Database

Welcome to the new Oracle Hardware blog, the home for all things hardware--including Oracle Servers, Storage, Optimized Solutions, Engineered Systems, and Solaris.

This inaugural blog post features Oracle's Randal Sagrillo, Performance Expert, who provides a technical overview of Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle Database showing how customers benefit from optimizing their hardware with the Oracle Database.

The Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle Database provides extensive guidelines for architecting and deploying complete database solutions using Oracle's powerful SPARC M-Series and SPARC T-Series servers together with Oracle Solaris and Oracle's SAN, NAS, and flash-based storage to deliver optimal performance and availability while minimizing the risks associated with deploying and consolidating large mission-critical database systems.

 Watch it now:

This video is sponsored by Qlogic, powering Oracle Storage Networking.

 For more information visit: Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle Database

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