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Oracle Systems _ Angus MacDonald _ An insight into what is coming next!.pdf

  1. 1. An insight into what is coming next!Angus MacDonaldOracle Systems, ANZ
  2. 2. The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.© 2010 Oracle Corporation 2
  3. 3. Oracle in 2009 3 3© 2010 Oracle Corporation 3
  4. 4. Sun in 2009 …. 4© 2010 Oracle Corporation 4
  5. 5. Together created The Red Stack Complete Open Integrated 5© 2010 Oracle Corporation 5
  6. 6. Building Blocks 10GbE & IB Switches Supercluster Exalogic Exadata M4000 M3000 M8000 SPAR M9000 C T3-2 M5000 SPARC Now with M3 T3-4 SPARC SPAR T3-1B C T3-1 Sun Fire X4270 M2 Server Sun Fire X4800 Server Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Sun Blade™ Sun Fire X4470 Server ZFS Storage S2500 Flash Appliances & SSD S6180 S6580 S6780 SL24/48 VTL SL500 SL3000 VSM SL8500© 2010 Oracle Corporation 6
  7. 7. Building Blocks 10GbE & IB Switches Supercluster Exalogic Exadata M4000 M3000 M8000 SPAR M9000 C T3-2 M5000 SPARC Now with M3 T3-4 SPARC SPAR T3-1B C T3-1 Sun Fire X4270 M2 Server Sun Fire X4800 Server Sun Fire X4170 M2 Server Sun Blade™ Sun Fire X4470 Server ZFS Storage S2500 Flash Appliances & SSD S6180 S6580 S6780 SL24/48 VTL SL500 SL3000 VSM SL8500© 2010 Oracle Corporation 7
  8. 8. What next?© 2010 Oracle Corporation 8 8
  9. 9. Server Strategy Deliver The Best Open Servers For Oracle Applications Sun SPARC Enterprise Servers Sun Fire Servers© 2010 Oracle Corporation 9
  10. 10. SPARC Technology Direction •  Delivering Mission Critical RAS •  Extending SPARC performance leadership –  2x plus performance improvement every 2 years –  Scale to 1,000s of threads and multiple TBs of memory •  Eliminating complexity, improving execution –  One SPARC architecture –  One Operating System –  One System Management solution –  One Virtualization solution •  Accelerated deployment, reduced risk© 2010 Oracle Corporation 10
  11. 11. Accelerating SPARC Solaris Innovation 5 Year Trajectory SPARC 1-64 Sockets Cores 4x +2x Throughput M-Series Threads 32x 8-64 Sockets +1.5x Single Strand Memory Capacity 16x +2x Throughput Database TPM 40x Java Ops Per Second 10x T-Series 1-8 Sockets M-Series +3x Throughput 8-64 Sockets +6x Throughput +1.5x Single Strand T-Series 1-4 Sockets M-Series +3x Single Strand 1-64 Socket T-Series + 20% 1-4 Socket + 2x Throughput Solaris 10 Solaris Express 11 Solaris 11 Solaris 11 Update Solaris 11 UpdateSolaris 11 Update Platform Support Software Lifecycle Software Lifecycle High Availability System Management Core Scalability Software Integration Scalability Networking Scalability Networking Memory Scalability I/O Scalability Security Security Virtualization Solaris 10 Update Solaris 10 Update 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015© 2010 Oracle Corporation 11 11
  12. 12. Accelerating SPARC Solaris Innovation 5 Year Trajectory SPARC 1-64 Sockets Cores 4x +2x Throughput M-Series Threads 32x 8-64 Sockets +1.5x Single Strand Memory Capacity 16x +2x Throughput Database TPM 40x Java Ops Per Second 10x T-Series 1-8 Sockets M-Series +3x Throughput 8-64 Sockets +6x Throughput +1.5x Single Strand T-Series ü 1-4 Sockets M-Series +3x Single Strand ü 1-64 Socket T-Series + 20% 1-4 Socket + 2x Throughput ü Solaris 10 Platform Support ü Solaris Express 11 Software Lifecycle Solaris 11 Software Lifecycle Solaris 11 Update High Availability Solaris 11 UpdateSolaris 11 Update System Management Core Scalability Software Integration Scalability Networking Scalability Networking Memory Scalability I/O Scalability Security Security Virtualization Solaris 10 Update Solaris 10 Update 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015© 2010 Oracle Corporation 12 12
  13. 13. Accelerating SPARC Solaris Innovation 5 Year Trajectory SPARC 1-64 Sockets Cores 4x +2x Throughput M-Series Threads 32x 8-64 Sockets +1.5x Single Strand Memory Capacity 16x +2x Throughput Database TPM 40x Java Ops Per Second 10x T-Series 1-8 Sockets M-Series +3x Throughput 8-64 Sockets +6x Throughput +1.5x Single Strand T-Series ü 1-4 Sockets M-Series +3x Single Strand ü 1-64 Socket T-Series + 20% 1-4 Socket + 2x Throughput ü Solaris 10 Platform Support ü Solaris Express 11 Software Lifecycle Solaris 11 Software Lifecycle Solaris 11 Update High Availability Solaris 11 UpdateSolaris 11 Update System Management Core Scalability Software Integration Scalability Networking Scalability Networking Memory Scalability I/O Scalability Security Security Virtualization Solaris 10 Update Solaris 10 Update 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015© 2010 Oracle Corporation 13 13
  14. 14. SPARC System Trajectory Today 2015 Improvement Cores 32 128 4x Threads 512 16,384 32x Memory Capacity 4TB 64TB 16x Logical Domains 128 256 2x Operating System Solaris 10 Solaris 11 countless Database TPM 3M 120M 40x Java Ops Per Second 5000 50,000 10x© 2010 Oracle Corporation 14
  15. 15. What’s Next with SPARC? T4 Supercluster • Integrated Hardware 1-4 T4 Processors Platforms with SPARC 8 Cores servers, network and storage 8 Threads per core Crypto Co-proc • Stack is optimized for Logical Partitions performance, availability and security Customers can run Oracle DB, AVAILABLE 2011 Middleware and Applications, and ISV applications more cost effectively than assembling “best of breed” components© 2010 Oracle Corporation 15
  16. 16. Oracle s x86 Clustered Systems High Performing Applications-to-Disk Solutions Oracle Virtual Machine + Validated Configs Exadata v2 EFFICIENCY Oracle Database Fusion Middleware •  Engineered Solaris •  Tested Linux OS •  Packaged Server •  Certified •  Deployed Storage •  Supported •  Upgraded together Competition Blade Rack-Mount Servers Clusters and Open Storage (x86/SPARC) INTEGRATION LEVEL© 2010 Oracle Corporation 16
  17. 17. Oracle’s Two OSes : Solaris and Linux Solaris and Linux Advantage Oracle is committed to offering choice, flexibility, and lower cost computing for customers. The combination of Solaris and Linux provides the most complete, open and integrated operating system offerings in the industry •  With Solaris, Oracle offers industry-leading scalability and performance through superior technical innovation •  With Linux, Oracle delivers world-class support and technology leadership for the most widely deployed open source operating system© 2010 Oracle Corporation © 2010 Oracle – Proprietary and Confidential 17
  18. 18. Oracle Solaris: The Mission Critical OS If It Must Work, It Runs on Solaris •  The #1 deployment platform for the #1 mission critical Oracle Database •  Extreme data integrity: ZFS •  Military-grade security: Solaris Trusted Extensions •  Predictive Self Healing: FMA, SMF •  Designed in Virtualization with application isolation and security: Zones •  Production Safe Observability: DTrace •  Scales to thousands of threads, multiple terabytes of memory© 2010 Oracle Corporation 18
  19. 19. Solaris Roadmap Maximizing Integration SPARC Trajectory Cores 4x Solaris 11 Threads 32x Update Memory Capacity 16x Core Scalability Database TPM 40x Java Ops Per Second 10x Solaris 11 Update System Management IO Scalability Solaris 11 Update High-Availability Solaris 11 Memory Scalability Software Lifecycle Virtualization Scalability Solaris 10 Networking Platform Support Security SW Integration 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015© 2010 Oracle Corporation 19
  20. 20. Oracle Solaris 11 (currently express) Key Focus Areas •  Availability: Greatly reducing planned and unplanned downtime – Self checking software packaging tools, network-based software repositories, safe updates with ZFS boot environments and fast reboot •  Scalability and Performance: Scaling to 1000s of threads, terabytes of main memory, 100s of Gbps – Next generation memory management, advanced power management, low latency/high speed interconnect •  Efficiency: Increasing deployment flexibility for applications – Completely virtualized network, storage and server environments, run your existing applications unchanged •  Security: Guarding your datacenter with advanced security – Secure by default startup,hardware verification of OS, data encryption services, enforced root role© 2010 Oracle Corporation 20
  21. 21. Oracle Linux Strategy •  Deliver the best performing, most modern and reliable Linux operating system for the data center •  Enhanced with features and improvements from mainline Linux development •  Stay as close to mainline as possible •  Full stack tested with real world workloads •  Offer enterprise class support at low cost •  Ensure Oracle Linux customers have full legal protection with complete indemnification •  Influence Linux roadmap upstream via direct community involvement 21© 2010 Oracle Corporation 21
  22. 22. Optimized Oracle Infrastructures Solaris Solaris Linux SPARC x86 / x64 •  Best symmetric •  Best multi-operating multiprocessing (SMP) system virtualization scalability •  Choice of •  Highest throughput per watt Solaris or Linux© 2010 Oracle Corporation 22
  23. 23. Oracle: Application Aware Virtualization Full Stack Data Center Virtualization •  Most comprehensive •  Fully tested with applications •  Designed for full stack deployments •  Integrated, full stack management •  Integrated support Taking you beyond consolidation… Oracle provides a more COMPLETE solution© 2010 Oracle Corporation 23
  24. 24. Oracle Storage Leading HW and SW to Address Data Management Needs Disk Storage Tape Storage Primary Secondary •  Mission Critical Databases •  Fixed Content •  Video, Medical, •  High-Performance •  Backup and Recovery Data Archive Applications •  Business Continuity •  Regulatory •  Flash Storage •  Snap/Mirror/Replication Compliance •  Hybrid Storage •  Online Archive •  Disaster Recovery Tiered Storage Business Applications Unified Storage Archive Manager Software (11g partitions) Hybrid Storage Pool Average Days 30+ Days 0 Days 90 Days to Forever Since creation Recovery Time Milliseconds Seconds Minutes Objectives (RTO)© 2010 Oracle Corporation 24
  25. 25. Storage Requirements and Solutions Managing Your Data, Not Devices, Not Technology Requirement Challenges Key Technologies Strategy Data Warehouse Database Machine, IOPS, MB/s, Flash, Infiniband Flash Acceleration, Business Analytics Scale Infiniband Fabric Global Namespace for Private Cloud Global Namespace File and Block, Live $/G, MB/s, Scale Data Migration, N-Way Global Namespace Live Data Migration Management Data Protection One unified stack, $/G, Key Snap, Clone, Replicate disk to tape, with all Security, Compliance Management Encrypt, Dedup, Compress these primitives QoS, CPU, I/O, and Network Data Set QoS, Flash Predictable Performance Observability, QoS Scheduling, Dynamic Hybrid Storage, Resilvering Real-Time Observability DTrace Analytics© 2010 Oracle Corporation 25
  26. 26. Storage Trajectory Oracle Storage Scales at the Speed of Compute + I/O Today 2015 Improvement Controller Throughput 2 GB/s 44 GB/s 15x Cluster Throughput 240 GB/sec 3 TB/sec 12x Write Performance 250K IOPS 8M IOPS 32x Controller Capacity 576TB 30PB 50x Cluster Capacity 20PB 400PB 20x Tape Capacity 1TB 20TB 20x Archive Capacity 100PB 2,000PB 20x Tape Performance 120MB/sec 600MB/sec 5x Archive Performance 276TB/hr 1.4PB/hr 5x© 2010 Oracle Corporation 26
  27. 27. Oracle Archive and Tape Drives SL8500 Industry Leading 1.2 – 2.0 Exabyte Capacity 5 Year Trajectory 920 - 1380 TB/hr Tape Capacity 12 - 20x Gen5 Tape Data rate 3.3 – 5x 12 - 20 TB Capacity Archive Capacity 12 - 20x 400 - 600 MB/sec Archive Data Throughput 3.3 - 5x SL8500 600 – 1000 PB Capacity 621 – 920 TB/hr Gen4 SL8500 6 - 10 TB Capacity 300 - 500 PB 270 - 400 MB/sec Capacity 414 - 621 TB/hr Gen3 SL8500 3 - 5 TB Capacity 100 PB Capacity 180 - 270 MB/sec 276 TB/hr T10k-B 1 TB Capacity 120 MB/sec 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015© 2010 Oracle Corporation 27
  28. 28. Complete. Open. Integrated. Integrating Technologies To Better Your Business • Performance • Reliability • Security • Management • Quality© 2010 Oracle Corporation 28
  29. 29. For the next installment …. San Francisco 2011 October 2–6, 2011 Latin America 2011 December 6–8, 2011 Tokyo 2012 April 4–6, 2012© 2010 Oracle Corporation 29
  30. 30. © 2010 Oracle Corporation 30

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