Welcome, my name is <name> and I’m a <descriptive title> at Oracle.Today I’d like to talk with you about our Optimized Solution that can help you deploy an Enterprise Database Cloud to deliver database as a service.
To summarize, we can contrast the two approaches – the traditional approach of mix & match vs.. Oracle’s optimized solutions. There are significant gains that can be made by leveraging a complete solution that is engineered to work together.1) With a collection of vendors, it can be challenging to determine who to turn to for specialized knowledge and support. Suppliers are typically accountable only for their components and not for the overall configuration and end results of your deployment. With Oracle Optimized Solutions, Oracle, as the developer of everything in the configuration, is in a unique position to support your needs.2) A matrix of products may be optimized independently but not optimized to work together as a single system. Within Oracle, teams collaborate through the development process to recognize and take advantage of synergies across products to deliver the best results.3) In the traditional deployment model, the first assembly of these technologies is in your data center either through IT staff or a paid integrator. How to best configure, tune, and deliver high availability is a patchwork of practices around various products in the configuration. With Oracle Optimized Solutions, you are leveraging configurations and practices that have been developed and shaken out by Oracle. Practices are developed with awareness of the other components that will be in the stack vs.. in isolation.Finally, the complexities noted above place a significant burden on IT staff, which is forced to spend a significant amount of time working to support day-to-day operations, including maintenance and updates. By reducing the complexity, Oracle Optimized Solutions can enable staff to turn more focus to strategic projects and spend less time on day-to-day concerns.
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Details on the comparisonOracle:SPARC T5-2,2 x 3.6 GHz 16-core SPARC T5 (32 cores), 512 GB memoryOracle Solaris,Oracle VM Server for SPARCSPARC T5-4,4 x 3.6 GHz 16-core SPARC T5 (64 cores), 1 TB memoryOracle Solaris,Oracle VM Server for SPARCSPARC T5-8,8 x 3.6 GHz 16-core SPARC T5 (128cores), 2 TB memoryOracle Solaris,Oracle VM Server for SPARCSPARC M6-32,32 x 3.6 GHz 12-core SPARC M6 (384cores), 8TB memoryOracle Solaris,Oracle VM Server for SPARCIBM:Power 740, 2 x 4.2 GHz 8-core POWER7+ (16 cores), 512 GB memoryIBM AIX Standard Ed.,PowerVM Express Ed.Power 750, 8 x 4.0GHz 4-core POWER7+ (32 cores), 1 TB memoryIBM AIX Standard Ed.,PowerVM Express Ed.Power 780, 16 x 3.72GHz 8-core POWER7+ (128 cores), 2 TB memoryIBM AIX Standard Ed.,PowerVM Standard Ed.Power 795, 32 x 4.0GHz 8-core POWER7 (256 cores), 8 TB memoryIBM AIX Standard Ed.,PowerVM Standard Ed.
Up to 2.4x greater database performance (1)Up to 3.4x faster Java application server performance (2) (3)Increased Oracle application performance : 1.9x faster for Siebel CRM (4) and 3x faster for JD Edwards (5) 1) http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/performance-scalability/sparc-t5-8-single-system-1925151.html2) http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/performance-scalability/sparc-t5-4-record-tcph-1956182.html 3) http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/performance-scalability/sparc-t5-8-specjenterprise2010-1925020.html 4) https://blogs.oracle.com/BestPerf/entry/20130326_sparc_t5_2_siebel 5) https://blogs.oracle.com/BestPerf/entry/20130326_sparc_t5_jd_edwards
Now, lets talk about the Right Migration Approach.It is critical to get it right the first time! No one has time or money to go down the wrong path
Now I want to share a best practice with you…the key features of a consulting service called Oracle Migration Factory.Key Message:Delivers End-to-end migration and implementation of Oracle SPARC technologies using a unique factory / best practices approach What: Oracle Migration Factory is a consulting service offering that helps you quickly scope time/effort needed to properly migrate desired technology. Then, using templates, automated tools and dedicated technology migration specialists, both onshore and onsite, Oracle helps you successfully migrate legacy data, apps and technology onto your new end-state technology.Who: This service is delivered by Oracle Consulting Services – a business unit of Oracle ServicesFeatures: Unique Factory Approach The factory has all the defined tasks and best practice guidance needed for the asset migration including the approach and times neededThe input is used to dispatch the work to migration specialistsAutomated tools and scripts are used to migrate the sources to the target destination Feedback scenario (continuous learning) Detailed, end-to-end management, monitoring and reportingCustomized blend of onshore / offshore options for the customerCustomer Benefits:Cost Savings: Optimal blended rates and maximum automation Reduced Risk: Migrations are based on prescriptive methodology down to the task level, and repeatable best practice processesUnmatched Skills: We have a staff of migration specialists who do one thing: migrate Always Informed: We provide complete visibility into status and progress throughout the migration projectThe right mix of people, process, and technology to maximize performance and valuewith the lowest cost and riskPeopleDedicated team of migration expertsFlexible onshore/offshore model ProcessProven methodology and reusable tools built from 25 years of hands-on migration experienceTechnologyReal-time management and visibility into projectsManagement tools to ensure quality delivery
Modernizing IBM AIX/Power to Oracle SPARC/Solaris
Modernizing IBM AIX/Power
to Oracle SPARC/Solaris