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  • AIX5L provides no 64-bit binary compatibility with AIX 4.3.3. Required new porting effort. AIX 5L requires Power4 or Power5 HW. Note that 10g, AS 10g, and OCS 9.0.4 will be be available on 4.3.3
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Oracle Transparent Gateways Transparent Gateways provide SQL access Dynamic dictionary definitions Automatic SQL conversion Remote, distributed joins Distributed transactions Location, hardware, network and O/S transparency Oracle Transparent Gateways Generic Connectivity ODBC, OLE-DB, OLE-FS Oracle Transparent Gateway for DB2 (runs on OS/390) High-performance gateway Tailored for DB2 Resides on OS/390 Integrating server resides anywhere Oracle Transparent Gateway for DB2/400 (runs on OS/400) Native AS/400 gateway Tailored for DB2/400 Resides on OS/400 Access to OS/400 file system Integrating server resides off-node Oracle Transparent Gateway for DRDA (runs on AIX, HP-UX, Linux/390, NT/Win2K, Solaris) Access any DRDA server DB2 for OS/390, AS/400, UDB, VM, ... No Oracle code on the target machine Single product can access multiple targets Additional Gateways Oracle Transparent Gateway for iWay (OS/390) SQL Server, Sybase, Informix, Open Ingres Teradata, Rdb, RMS, many others Oracle Procedural Gateways Procedural Gateways provide programmatic access to existing applications from PL/SQL Distributed transactions Location, hardware, network transparency Development tools generate interface code No Oracle software required on mainframe Procedural Gateway for APPC PL/SQL access to mainframe applications Distribute transactions between Oracle and CICS, IMS/TM, IDMS-DC, ... No Oracle code on the target machine No changes to mainframe transactions One product can access multiple targets Code generator tool included Oracle Access Managers Client access to any Oracle Distributed transaction support Location, OS, network transparency OS/390-based Access Manager for CICS Access Manager for IMS/TM OS/400-based Access Manager for AS/400 Streams can be deployed to meet a variety of information sharing requirements Replication Data Warehouse Loading Event Notification Advanced Queuing
  • Oracle AS Process Connect Oracle Application Server J2EE BPM, EAI, Event Driven Resides on non Legacy Systems Connectors Databases Oracle, DB2, MS-SQL-Server, JDBC Legacy CICS, Tuxedo, IMS, VSAM, 3270 Messaging Oracle AQ, MQ Series, TIBCO, JMS Application Oracle E-Biz, SAP, Siebel, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, JCA
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010
  • Direct contact with over 200 customers that were interested in and testing the Oracle9 i Database for Linux/390 expose an interesting phenomenon: Almost every customer had a different approach to implementation: Database on Linux/390 – Apps on another platform Sun, HP, OS/390, NT, Linux/Intel Database on Linux/390 – Mid-tier on another platform Sun, HP, OS/390, NT, Linux/Intel Apps on Linux/390 – Database on another platform Sun, HP, OS/390, NT, Linux/Intel Every customer was adamant that they could prove that their implementation was the most cost effective solution possible! The ability to deploy into production a cookie cutter type environment (via cloning) within minutes through software with NO hardware changes, had huge savings benefits for staffing and defect diagnosis and resolution. Such a rapid time to market/deployment was listed as a huge competitive advantage. The mainframe RAS, even after factoring in the newness of Linux was a big draw.

Oracle Products for Linux on IBM zSeries Oracle Products for Linux on IBM zSeries Presentation Transcript

  • Oracle Products for Linux on IBM zSeries Status and Directions Barry N. Perkins Oracle Corporation [email_address]
  • Oracle for Linux/390 and z/Linux Early Customer Interest
    • Statistics from Oracle.com
      • 60,000+ Unique visitors to Linux/390 page
    • Developer’s Release Downloads
      • 1,914 Oracle9 i Database for Linux/390 (31-bit)
      • 1,643+ Oracle9 i Database for z/Linux (64- bit)
    • Production Release Downloads
      • 6,495+ Oracle9 i Database for Linux/390 (31-bit)
    • Over 10,052 Total Downloads
  • Production Customers That I know about…
    • 52 Customers active in support (Dec. 31, 2002)
    • 344+ Customers active in support (December 22, 2003)
    • Dundee City Council
    • Ebara
    • Boellhof
    • NS Solutions
    • Porche
    • State of Oklahoma – Department of Human Services
    • MobilTravelGuide – http://mobiltravelguide.com
    • Telemar – Brazil
    • Pinellas County – Florida
    • San Jose State University
    • Santa Clara County
    • College of New Jersey
    • Central Missouri State University
    • Banco Mercantil (Venezuela)
  • What is Oracle9 i Database Linux on IBM S/390 and zSeries
    • Oracle9 i Release 2 Database
      • Same as any other major UNIX port
    • Oracle9 i R2 Database for Linux/390 (31-bit)
      • Built on SuSE (SLES7) for IBM S/390 (31-bit)
      • 31-bit database implementation
      • Runs on IBM S/390 (32-bit) and zSeries (64-bit) hardware
    • Oracle9 i R1 Database (Developer’s Release) for z/Linux (64-bit)
      • Built on SuSE (SLES7) 64-bit for IBM zSeries
      • 64-bit database implementation
      • Runs on IBM zSeries (64-bit) hardware
    • Oracle Transparent Gateway for DRDA
    • Oracle Application Server for Linux/390
      • OC4J (Oracle Containers for Java – J2EE)
  • Oracle9 i Database for Linux/390 Linux Distribution Certifications
    • Complete
      • Red Hat Linux 7.2 for IBM S/390 (31-bit)
      • SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for IBM S/390 (31-bit)
        • Including RAC (Real Application Clusters)
      • SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for IBM zSeries (64-bit)
        • Including RAC (Real Application Clusters)
    • In progress
      • Red Hat Advanced Server 3.0 for IBM S/390 (31-bit)
        • Target H1CY04
      • Red Hat Advanced Server 3.0 for IBM zSeries (64-bit)
        • Target H1CY04
    • Not possible due to lack of 31-bit libraries
      • Red Hat Linux 7.1 for IBM zSeries (64-bit)
  • Oracle Product Directions Linux on IBM S/390 and zSeries
    • Oracle Database 10 g for z/Linux
      • 64-bit implementation only
      • Build on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 for IBM zSeries (64-bit)
      • Certify on Red Hat Advanced Server 3.0 for IBM zSeries (64-bit)
      • Target for release
        • April 2004
      • Split-Tier certifications – Planned
        • E-Business Suite 11 i
        • Oracle Collaboration Suite Release 2 (9.0.4)
        • Oracle Application Server
  • Oracle Product Directions Linux on IBM S/390 and zSeries
    • Oracle Application Server 10 g for z/Linux
      • OC4J (Oracle Containers for Java – J2EE)
      • Core Release (9.0.4.1)
    • Native ports (full implementation) – Not Planned
      • Oracle E-Business Suite
      • Oracle Collaboration Suite
      • Oracle9i Application Server
      • Oracle9i R2 Database for z/Linux (64-bit)
  • Oracle Database 10 g for z/Linux Feature Differences…
    • INSO filters unavailable
      • Oracle Text/Ultra Search affected, can use remotely
    • VeriSign, Entrust, CyberTrust not available
      • Authentication using other methods
    • No Generic Connectivity
      • OLE, ODBC gateways
  • Backup/Recovery and Management
    • Backup and Recovery
      • Recovery Manager (RMAN) provides extensive backup and restore/recovery tools
    • Media management tools
      • Tivoli Data Protector for Oracle – available
      • Veritas Netbackup – available
      • FDR Upstream – available
      • Legato Storage Manager – TBD
      • BMC SQL BackTrack – TBD
    • Database Administration and Performance Tuning
      • Oracle Enterprise Manager
      • DB Patrol
      • Velocity Software
  • Oracle’s Strategy How does eServer fit?
    • Platform Agnostic
      • Integral part of Oracle’s focus on customer success
      • Provide Customer Flexibility
        • Hardware and Operating System
    • Technical Leadership
    • Enterprise Platform Integration
    • Enterprise Integration
    • Server Consolidation
    • Legacy Migration
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Oracle Solution: 10 g A Single Platform, Designed for the Grid Grid Control Storage Databases Application Servers
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Oracle Grid Computing Model
    • Pooling, Virtualization & Provisioning
      • Storage, Database servers, Application servers
    • Load Balancing
    • Quality of Service
    • Automation
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Oracle10 g : Pooling, Virtualization & Provisioning
    • Storage
    • Database servers
    • Application servers
  • zSeries Configuration
    • Native
      • Hardware dedicated to single server per box
    • Logical Partitions (LPAR)
      • Hardware partitioning enabling up to 15 "logical partitions" each of which runs a separate operating system, traditional operating system and Linux
    • Virtual Partitions (z/VM)
      • zSeries virtualization technology
      • Support for large numbers of Linux images with rich system management capabilities
      • Very flexible, great for server consolidation
  • Scalability
    • Vertical – scale large processor configuration (SMP)
      • Multiple databases on single Linux image
      • Single database on single Linux image
    • Horizontal – “Virtual Blades” Scale large number of virtual servers
      • Multiple distinct databases across multiple Linux images
      • Oracle9 i Real Application Clusters (RAC)
        • Single database across multiple virtual servers
          • LPARs or virtual Linux images
        • Single database across multiple physical servers
  • MVS01 z/OS Linux Linux z/VM z/OS Linux guest Linux guest Linux guest IBM zSeries Oracle9 i RAC Oracle9 i RAC RAC Oracle9 i RAC Oracle9 i RAC RAC Oracle9 i RAC Oracle9 i RAC RAC
  • Oracle Database 10 g Real Application Clusters for Linux/390 VM Linux 1 Dedicated disks Linux 1 Shared disks HiperSockets network Define VG . LV1 . LV2 Run VGSCAN Create RAW Devices /dev/rsystem /dev/rdata Oracle Database 10 g RAC Oracle instance Oracle instance
  • Product Engineering Oracle for pSeries – AIX
    • Current Releases
      • Oracle Database 10 g (AIX5L only – 5.2+)
      • Oracle Collaboration Suite V1 (AIX 4.3.3 only)
      • Oracle E-Business Suite 11 i (11.5.5 – 11.5.9)
      • Oracle9 i Application Server 9.0.2
      • Oracle Transparent Gateway for DRDA
    • Planned Releases – AIX5L only
      • Oracle Application Server 10 g (9.0.4)
      • Collaboration Suite 9.0.4.2, 9.0.5
      • Oracle Database 10 g R2
  • Product Engineering Oracle for iSeries
    • Oracle Access Manager for OS/400
    • Oracle Transparent Gateway for DB2/400
  • Product Engineering Oracle for Power/Linux (iSeries, pSeries)
    • Oracle9 i R2 for Power/Linux (developer’s release)
      • SLES8
    • Oracle Database 10g for Power/Linux
      • SLES8, RH 3.0
  • Product Engineering Oracle for xSeries
    • xSeries Servers Certified and listed on Red Hat, SUSE
    • Oracle9 i IBM Linux Centers in New York and London
      • Oracle9 i R2 Database with RAC (Scalability, Transparent Application Failover, High Availability and Performance)
      • E-Business Suite (CRM, ERP, & SCM applications)
      • Collaboration Suite & Data Warehousing
  • Product Engineering Oracle for xSeries – Windows
    • Oracle9 i R2 Database (with RAC)
    • Oracle Database 10 g (with RAC)
    • Oracle Application Server (9.0.2, 9.0.3)
    • Oracle Collaboration Suite (9.0.3, 9.0.4)
    • Oracle E-Business Suite 11 i
  • Product Engineering Oracle for xSeries – Linux/x86
    • Oracle9 i Database with RAC
      • SLES8, RH 2.1, RH 3.0
    • Oracle Database 10 g
      • RH 2.1 with RAC
      • SLES8, RH 3.0 (RAC end of March)
    • Oracle Application Server 10 g (9.0.4)
      • SLES8, RH 2.1, RH 3.0
    • Oracle E-Business Suite 11 i
      • SLES8, RH 2.1, RH 3.0
    • Oracle Collaboration Suite (9.0.4.1)
      • SLES8, RH 2.1, RH 3.0
  • Product Engineering Oracle for xSeries – Linux/Itanium
    • Oracle9 i R2 Database with RAC
      • RH 2.1
      • United Linux 1.0
    • Oracle Database 10 g with RAC
      • SLES8, RH 3.0
  • Product Engineering Oracle for xSeries – Linux/x86-64
    • Oracle9 i R2 Database
      • Developer’s Release on OTN
      • Production Release with RAC (target end of April 2004)
    • Oracle Database 10 g
      • Currently not planned
  • Product Engineering Oracle Integration Solutions Oracle Transparent Gateways Oracle Procedural Gateways Oracle Applications Oracle Data Existing Applications Existing Data Oracle Access Managers Streams
  • Product Engineering Oracle Integration Solutions
    • Systems Integration
      • Full client transaction integration with CICS/TM, IMS/TM
      • Server-side integration of 3 rd party data stores with transparent gateways
        • DB2/390
        • UDB
        • Adabas
        • IDMS
        • IMS
        • VSAM
        • etc…
  • Product Engineering Business Application Integration Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) Business to Business (B2B) Oracle E-Business Suite Packaged Applications Legacy Systems Trading Partners Customers Service Providers Web Services Internet Oracle Application Server 10g Process Connect
  • Example… Database Server Linux IBM zSeries Oracle Application Server AIX IBM pSeries
    • Communications
      • TCPIP
      • Net
    Oracle Application Server Linux IBM xSeries
    • Oracle Support Server
    • AIX IBM pSeries
      • Concurrent Managers
      • Reports Engine
    • Business Logic
      • Stored Procedures
      • Triggers
    Web Browser Client
  • Example…
  • Example on Linux… Connectors And 3 rd Party tools OCS Functional Components Oracle Application Server 10 g IBM xSeries Linux IBM zSeries z990 z/VM and Linux App Server Infrastructure Oracle Internet Directory Single Signon http server
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Oracle10 g : Load Balancing
    • Database and application server clusters
    • Dynamic rule-based server allocation
    • Automated routing of service requests
  • Good Performance Requires Understanding
    • Software
      • Application
      • Application Server
      • Oracle Database
      • Linux for IBM zSeries
      • z/VM
    • Hardware
      • Processor
      • Memory
      • I/O
      • Network
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Oracle 10 g : Quality of Service
    • Continuous availability
      • Recovery in Seconds
    • Record-setting performance
    • Low cost scalability
  • Support Who to Call
    • Call Oracle for Oracle issues
      • Open a TAR
      • First level is generic support team (Database, Linux)
      • Oracle mainframe support team available
      • Link Oracle TAR with IBM PMR for tracking
      • Unbreakable Linux support
    • Call IBM
      • Hardware
      • Proprietary Operating System
        • AIX5L
        • z/OS
        • z/VM configuration
      • SuSE support
    • SuSE
    • Red Hat
  • Support Coordination
    • TSANet for inter-company supplier communication
      • www. tsanet .org
      • Organization that enables companies to work together
        • Escalation Policy in place
        • Contact and content coordination
      • If the problem looks like it needs IBM and Oracle to work together
        • Request to invoke the TSANet Process
        • Ask to speak to the duty manager if necessary
      • Oracle TSANet Coordinator
      • IBM Linux TSANet Coordinator
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Enterprise Configuration Management Install/Clone Configure Patch Secure Provision Grid Control Policy Manager View/Search Compare/Diff Change Tracking Reference Configurations Analyze LiveLink Oracle.com Product Updates Patches Product Configuration Oracle Inventory Software Configurations Hardware Configurations Discover
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Grid Management
    • Application Service Level Management
      • Reduces complexity of managing web applications
      • Ensures highest quality of service
    • Policy-Based Standardization
      • Lowers the cost of managing large numbers of systems
      • Eliminates errors and inefficiencies
      • Drives consistency and improved performance
    • Automated Provisioning and Administration
      • Reduces maintenance and administration costs for every system
      • Scale-out to more systems at minimal incremental cost
  • Why Customers Chose Oracle9 i for Linux/390
    • Total Cost of Ownership
      • Server Consolidation
      • Staffing
    • Reliability, Availability and Serviceability
    • Rapid deployment
      • Time to market competitive advantage
    • Ease of management of servers
      • Cloning “Virtual Blades”
      • Cookie cutter approach
    • Ease of horizontal and vertical growth
    • Portability and ease of migration
  • Oracle Customers Leveraged benefits
    • Consolidation
      • Application systems playing well together
      • Reduced floor space and environmentals
    • Integration
      • Data
        • Oracle Transparent Gateways
          • Easy SQL Access
      • Application
        • JAVA with Oracle Application Server adapters
          • New legacy adapters in upcoming release
      • Enterprise exploitation of diverse systems
    • Migration
      • Legacy data stores to modern RDBMS
      • Rapid development and web deployment
      • Exploit your mainframe environment
  • Oracle and IBM Working together for customer success
    • IBM provides hardware, software and engineering
    • IBM provided test/benchmark support, software support, new Redbooks
    • IBM is responsive to our issues
    • Oracle influences IBM engineers and engineering
    • Oracle and IBM focus on Customer Success
    Oracle & IBM We make a great team!
  • IBM Redbooks www.redbooks.ibm.com
    • SG24 6552 - Experiences with Oracle for Linux on zSeries (Oracle9i)
    • SG24 7055 - Experiences with Oracle10g on z/OS April 2004
    • REDP3859 - Installing Oracle10g on Linux on zSeries (June 2004)
  • A Q & Q U E S T I O N S A N S W E R S
  • Wednesday, June 16, 2010 Complete, integrated grid infrastructure