Friday Oct 31, 2014

What is a Database Processor

What's next

Now that we have accelerated the speeds of the Oracle processors (frequency), added more pipelines (cores) to process in more efficient way concurrent tasks, enlarged the various low-level memory size (Caches),  started to have the database entirely in memory, started to introduce DB optimisation at the Operating system level, what is next ?

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Wednesday Aug 20, 2014

SuperCluster @ OpenWorld 2014

SuperCluster at OOW14.[Read More]

Wednesday Aug 21, 2013

Announcing Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1

Some key features and benefits delivered in Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1.  Want more ? please read this blog to learn the in-depth details of the new release and how to upgrade to the latest release. Please review the What's New section and the documentation about specific details of required and minimum software and supported platforms.[Read More]

Wednesday Feb 13, 2013

How is SPARC doing ?

Very well, indeed

Before we announce our next generation of SPARC processors, that has been already revealed at HOTCHIPS24 and by Rick Hetherington, it is interesting to read what the Forrester is saying about SPARC/Solaris.

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Friday Jun 24, 2011

Public Solaris/SPARC roadmap until 2015

It's now public, and give you a nice overview on what's going on, where Oracle is going with Solaris and SPARC processors.[Read More]

Thursday Dec 17, 2009

SPARC or INTEL ?

As the INTEL CPUS are becoming more and more powerfull, like more cores, SMT, embedded memory controller (NEHALEM), 3 DDR3 Channels per socket, scalability up to 2 sockets (and next step will be above 4 sockets), some people may wonder if it make sense to continue to run business applications on SPARC Architecture.[Read More]
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