New Oracle based CVDs built on FlexPod

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  • Notes:The results below are an extension of the Proven Track Record of Performance for Cisco UCS:• Cisco has consistently set world records on SPECjAppServer®2004, SPECjbb®2005, and SPECjEnterprise®2010 benchmarks, proving the breadth of enterprise middleware performance that Cisco Unified Computing System can deliver All three benchmarks are powered by the latest Intel Xeon E7 family of processorsSPECjEnterprise2010:What means to Cisco: Another in a series of Oracle based benchmarks that demonstrates the superiority of Cisco UCS over our competition. Specifically:World-record in any x86 based serversWorld-record in any 2-node SPECjEnterprise2010 configurationsHighest per-node SPECjEnterprise2010 performance What this means to Oracle: Demonstrates the performance superiority of Oracle Weblogic over its primary competitor IBM WebSphere.What this means to Customers: Customers should seriously consider Cisco UCS to run their enterprise applications particularly those like Oracle that run on Oracle Weblogic and Oracle Database Some additional ways to phase this: Now customers can run their enterprise applications on x86 based Cisco UCS servers with confidence while leaving behind the vendor lock-in associated with costly RISC processor–based servers.  The benchmark results demonstrate how Cisco delivers an end-to-end solution with the server and networking product breadth and depth necessary to outperform the rest of the x86 server industry.  This result demonstrates not just superior performance, but also how customers can power their enterprise applications with a high-performance system built on industry standards: the Cisco Unified Computing SystemSPECjbb2005:What means to Cisco: Another in a series of Oracle based benchmarks that demonstrates the superiority of Cisco UCS over our competition. Specifically:World-records in mainstream enterprise servers (in both 2-socket and 4-socket categories) By setting records with two servers simultaneously, Cisco shows how organizations can use their choice of 2 or 4-socket servers to power enterprise middleware with superior performance. While many server vendors have access to the same processors from Intel, only Cisco has incorporated the top-of-the-line Intel Xeon E7 family into a flexible, scalable, blade form factor. What this means to Oracle: Demonstrates the performance superiority of Oracle Java HotSpot Server over its primary competitor IBM Java 9 VMWhat this means for customers: Further proof that Cisco UCS is one of the very best platforms to drive their Oracle environments
  • © 2012 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. No portions of this document may be reproduced without prior written consent of NetApp, Inc. Specifications are subject to change without notice. NetApp, the NetApp logo, Go further, faster, Data ONTAP, FlexClone, FlexPod, FlexVol, OnCommand, SnapManager, SnapMirror, Snapshot, and WAFL are trademarks or registered trademarks of NetApp, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Cisco and Cisco Nexus are registered trademarks and Cisco UCS is a trademark of Cisco Systems, Inc. Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group. VMware and vSphere are registered trademarks and ESX is a trademark of VMware, Inc. All other brands or products are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and should be treated as such.
  • New Oracle based CVDs built on FlexPod

    1. 1. ® FlexPodOracle Workloads Built on FlexPodCollaborate 2013
    2. 2. Why FlexPod? Benefits  Low-risk, standardized shared infrastructureCisco® UCS B-Series supporting a wide range of environmentsBlade Servers andCisco UCS Manager  Highest possible data center efficiency  IT flexibility, providing business agility; scale out or up, but manage resource poolsCisco Nexus®Family Switches Features  Complete data center in a single rack  Performance-matched stack ®NetApp FAS10GE and FCoE  Step-by-step deployment guides  Solutions guide for multiple environments  Multiple classes of computing and storageShared infrastructure for a wide range of supported in a single FlexPod® unit environments and applications  Centralized management: NetApp® OnCommand® and Cisco UCS Manager 2 FlexPod®
    3. 3. Building Blocks of Cisco UCSUCS Manager Embedded—manages entire UCS DomainFabric Interconnect 10GE unified fabric switchChassis IO Module Remote line cardBlade Server Chassis Flexible bay configurationsBlade and Rack Servers x86 industry standard Patented extended memoryI/O Adapters Choice of multiple adapters FlexPod® 3
    4. 4. UCS Leadership and Momentum TECHNICAL LEADERSHIP MARKET MOMENTUM• Unified Infrastructure: compute, • UCS $1.6 billion annualized networking, virtualization, storage revenue run rate (FYQ1-2013) access, management software • #2 US x86 blade server market• Management Automation: UCS share with 22.8% Manager and Service Profiles • #3 WW x86 blade server market across blade and rack servers share with 16.5%• Ideal for enterprise applications: • Nearly 20,000 UCS customers proven for both bare metal and virtualized enterprise deployments • 2,000 UCS channel partners; 838 achieved Data Center• Design flexibility: scale across Specialization Certification systems and across data centers • 44 ISVs and counting writing to• Ideal Cloud Infrastructure: UCS Cisco UCS API is winning the cloud build-out (72% of top 50 cloud providers) 4 FlexPod®
    5. 5. Cisco Performance Leadership UCS Achieves Top Performance For Oracle World Record PerformanceBusiness Benchmarks Proof Points User Oracle E-Business Enterprise Suite, PeopleSoft, Oracle Application Standard Siebel 8.1.1.4 Applications 10,000 Users Siebel, JD Edwards, Benchmark 12.1.3 Oracle Fusion Payroll Batch – Extra Large Model BUSINESS SERVICES Order to Cash Batch – Large Model JD Edwards 9.1 B200 M3 Oracle VM MiddleWare Oracle WebLogic, 2,000 Users Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Application Standard OracleAS Benchmark 12.1.2 PeopleSoft 9.0 Payroll Batch – Extra Large Model Database North American Payroll Order to Cash Batch – Large Model 255,319 Payments/Hour Oracle Database, B200 M3 Oracle TimesTen TPC-C Two Socket Oracle NoSQL Operating 1,609,186.39 tpmC, $0.47/tpmC 1,244,550 Mix System Operations/Sec. Oracle Linux C240 M3 23 World Record Oracle-based Benchmarks! Virtualization Oracle VM FlexPod®
    6. 6. The Oracle Workload on FlexPod - Portfolio The configurations  Are validated under load  Are deployed on an active:active RAC infrastructure  Leverage the Oracle Direct NFS Client The Solutions  Oracle RAC 11gR2 on Oracle Linux (RHEL)  Oracle JD Edwards on Oracle Linux (RHEL)  Oracle VM 6 FlexPod®
    7. 7. Important Links Cisco  Oracle Home Page: www.cisco.com/go/oracle NetApp  Oracle Enterprise Applications Home Page: netapp.com/us/solutions/applications/oracle/  FlexPod Home Page: netapp.com/flexpod/ FlexPod®
    8. 8. Thank You© 2013 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved. No portions of this document may be reproduced without prior written consent of NetApp, Inc. Specificationsare subject to change without notice. NetApp, the NetApp logo, Go further, faster, Data ONTAP, FlexClone, FlexPod, FlexVol, OnCommand,SnapManager, SnapMirror, Snapshot, and WAFL are trademarks or registered trademarks of NetApp, Inc. in the United States and/or othercountries. Cisco and Cisco Nexus are registered trademarks and Cisco UCS is a trademark of Cisco Systems, Inc. Intel is a registered trademark ofIntel Corporation. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation. UNIX is a registeredtrademark of The Open Group. VMware and vSphere are registered trademarks and ESX is a trademark of VMware, Inc. All other brands orproducts are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders and should be treated as such. FlexPod®

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