Data center managers are faced with a perpetual dilemma:
finding the right infrastructure that supports the performance demands of ALL
their Oracle applications, while balancing budgetary constraints and
They find that many
applications and database instances require a lot of horsepower, but can’t
cost-justify deploying on expensive, high-end infrastructure. Dell offers a solution for this “middle-band”
of applications, one that balances performance with total cost of ownership. The Dell Integrated System for Oracle
Databases (DISOD) is an easy to procure, yet flexible to expand architecture
perfectly suited to meet these needs.
Based on Dell’s Acceleration Appliance for Databases (DAAD), the DISOD
couples two 4 cpu, 40 core PowerEdge R920 servers with the ultra-fast
performance of DAAD, a 12TB flash storage appliance that can deliver over a
million IOPs and 5.7 gigabytes per second sustained throughput in a data
warehouse or transaction processing environment.
Pre-installed with Oracle Linux with Unbreakable Enterprise
Kernel, DISOD is delivered ready to be installed with Oracle Database 12c,
11gR2, or 10g, providing the flexibility to fit into any existing
infrastructure. And, the Dell hardware configuration
in this article is fully supported on Oracle Linux with the Unbreakable
Find out more about this innovative architecture
featuring Oracle Linux by clicking here.