Tuesday Apr 07, 2015

End-to-end Data Protection Using Oracle Linux with the ETERNUS DX S3 series and Emulex HBA

As demand for data protection has grown in recent years, ensuring the integrity of the customer's data is a very important task. To carry out this task, data protection is not only required for the storage system but the entire system.

This White Paper from Fujitsu, an Oracle Diamond Partner, explains how data protection can be implemented for the entire system using T10 Protection Information (T10 PI) that comes with the Oracle Linux with Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK), the ETERNUS DX S3 series, and Emulex HBA.

The T10 PI and DIX functions enable data protection for the entire system including data write processes from applications to disk drives. Data protection for the entire system can improve system reliability by protecting the system from damaged or inconsistent data to minimize downtime and reduce end-user maintenance cost.

Read more about End-to-end Data Protection Using Oracle Linux with the ETERNUS DX S3 series and Emulex HBA.

We would like to highlight another whitepaper published by Fujitsu in January about End-to-end Data Protection Using Oracle Linux with the ETERNUS DX S3 series and Qlogic HBA

Tuesday Jan 20, 2015

Whitepaper: End to End Data Integrity Using Oracle Linux, Fujitsu ETERNUS and QLogic HBA

As demand for data protection has grown in recent years, ensuring the integrity of the customer's data is a very important task. To carry out this task, data protection is not only required for the storage system but the entire system. Each system component has data protection functions such as memory parity detection, error detection with communication protocols, CRC error detection of the disk storage system, and redundancy. (Figure 1.1, I. Conventional data integrity functions) T10 PI defines the mechanism for data integrity protection that is standardized through communication paths and devices. End-to-end data integrity from applications to disk drives is implemented with the combination of T10 Protection Information (T10 PI) and Data Integrity Extensions (DIX).

This White Paper explains how data protection can be implemented for the entire system using T10 Protection Information (T10 PI) that comes with the Oracle Linux with Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, the Fujitsu ETERNUS DX S3 series, and QLogic HBA.

Read more 

Monday Nov 17, 2014

Register for Tomorrow's Webcast: Building the Modern Cloud-Enabled Data Center

We have a fantastic webcast coming up for you tomorrow: Building the Modern Cloud-Enabled Data Center. Featuring Oracle's Ken Crandall, the webcast will give you real world advice for designing and optimizing your data center with Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, Ksplice, Linux Containers, Docker, and more.

Building the Modern Cloud-Enabled Data Center
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
9:00AM PST
Register Here

You'll also be able to ask questions during the webcast, so it's really a great opportunity to get expert opinions on these technologies and how they will fit into your environment. We hope to see you there!

-Chris 

Monday Sep 23, 2013

Huawei Announces an Integrated Data Integrity Solution in Collaboration with Emulex and Oracle

The data integrity solution announced today by Huawei, in collaboration with Emulex, and Oracle enhances the current technology where hosts and storage systems protect data integrity independently. This is done by implementing E2E data integrity protection across applications, hosts, storage systems, and disks. As a result, this solution can help prevent silent data corruption in mission-critical services and eliminate potential downtime, which may cost organizations millions of dollars in revenue.

Huawei Global Certification Test Center (GCTC) has qualified this solution, including: Oracle Database, Oracle Linux with the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, Emulex Gen5 FC HBA, and HUAWEI OceanStor Enterprise Storage System, and confirmed that these components are compatible with industry specifications such as the SCSI Protection Information Model (T10 PI) and Data Integrity Extensions (DIX). HUAWEI OceanStor Enterprise Storage System supports standard T10 PI, which can detect and resolve the silent data corruption. It also provides PI interface to host, and supports assorting with the DIX.

Read the press release for more information.

Monday May 06, 2013

VISIT ORACLE LINUX AT EMC WORLD

We are at EMC World, Las Vegas, May 6-9 !


Come and visit us at Booth #316

Our team will be at Kiosk #1- Data Integrity:  Preventing Silent Data Corruption with Oracle Linux

EMC and Oracle have partnered since 1995, helping over 70,000 customers optimize their Oracle software on EMC virtual infrastructure. One of those partnerships had contributed to development and enhancement of data integrity features. Data corruption can go unnoticed and recovery is difficult and costly, or even impossible. The EMC and Oracle Data Integrity solution protects mission critical application information from corruption and eliminates potential costs and downtime. This is made possible based on tight integration with the T10 PI standard (previously known as Data Integrity Field or DIF), which prevents silent data corruption, ensuring that incomplete and incorrect data cannot overwrite good data. 

Visit us at booth #316 to receive Oracle Linux/Oracle VM DVD Kit, collateral about Data Integrity as well as other goodies.

We will also showcase Oracle VM Storage Connect: The Ease of Managing and Provisioning Storage in Kiosk 2. 

 Register today

Monday Nov 29, 2010

Webcast: Eliminating Silent Data Corruption in Linux

Silent data corruption can be significantly detrimental and costly to a business. Oracle's Martin Petersen, our lead Linux Kernel developer for data integrity, has worked with the mainline kernel community to incorporate a data integrity specification into the Linux kernel that eliminates silent data corruption in Linux. This contribution enables comprehensive data integrity capabilities across the entire apps to disk stack, allowing customers to reduce costs and increase efficiencies.

Join Oracle's Linux technology experts for a webcast on Thursday, Dec. 16 at 9am US PT, as they discuss how Oracle Linux with its new Unbreakable Linux Kernel helps eliminate silent data corruption by reducing the potential for incorrect data to be writtem to the disk, decreasing application and database errors and system downtime.

Find out more information and register now.

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