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Enterprise Storage Industry 29X Growth 2010 New Digital Data 2020 New Digital Data 1,200 Exabytes 35,000 Exabytes Enterprises Touch 80% of the World’s Digital Data 24x7, Instant Access, Globally, from Anywhere • Over 5B mobile phones today, 11B app downloads annually • Smart phones have surpassed feature phones and PC sales this year • Facebook is almost at 1B usersEnterprise Storage Hardware and Software Industry $50B size estimated by IDC in the Worldwide Enterprise Storage Systems 2011-2015 Forecast, May 2011
Oracle Storage DifferentiatorsEngineered for Oracle Software, Best-of-Breed for Mixed Environments Seamless Integration • Oracle applications automatically manage their own storage • Guaranteed storage performance on demand Highest Performance • Streamline data access from application to disk Most Efficient • Dramatically less storage required • Far easier to manage Most Secure • Unified security across the Oracle stack
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Oracle Storage Portfolio Database I/O NAS File I/O SAN Block I/O Tape Oracle ZFS Storage Oracle StorageTek Oracle Exadata Pillar Axiom Appliance TapeOracle Software Runs Faster and More Efficiently on Oracle Storage
Oracle Storage DifferentiatorsEngineered for Oracle Software / Best-of-Breed for Mixed Environments Seamless Integration • Oracle applications auto-provision and tune Oracle Storage • Single system interface for all statistics, alerts, faults, analytics, provisioning • Dynamic and deterministic QoS driven by Oracle applications Highest Performance • Oracle Database dynamically exchanges I/O requirements with Oracle Storage • Database query pre-fetch and off-load with optimized data caching • End-to-end data transport with zero buffer copies over InfiniBand fabrics Most Efficient • Data compression without rehydration from database to disk to tape • Seamless automated backup and recovery across the entire Oracle stack Most Secure • Encryption keys auto-generated from application, database, and storage • Oracle unified security key management across apps, database, disk and tape
Oracle Exadata Database MachineExtreme Performance Engineered for the Oracle Database • Fastest growing new product introduction in Oracle’s history with over 1,000 installs • Extreme performance for OLTP, data warehousing, and database consolidation • Industry leading optimizations • Query Offload • Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression • Exadata Smart Flash Cache • I/O Resource Manager • InfiniBand Interconnect
Oracle Exadata Database Machine World’s Fastest Oracle Database Storage• Database Grid • Intelligent Storage Grid • 8 Dual-processor x64 • 14 high performance storage database servers servers - Or - • 2 Eight-processor x64 database servers • 100 TB of High Performance disk per rack, or• InfiniBand Network 336 TB of High Capacity disk • Redundant 40 Gb/s per rack switches • 5.3 TB PCI Flash per Rack • Unified server & storage network • Data mirrored across storage servers
Oracle ExadataBetter than EMC for Database I/O EMC Oracle Symmetrix Exadata Execute database queries in storage No Yes Database compression in storage No Yes Database-aware flash cache No Yes Database IOs per second ~150K 1.5M Average database compression factor 0x 10X Database bandwidth, high-performance disks 64 GB/sec. 250 GB/sec. Database cache usable capacity 0.5 TB 53 TB Number of racks 5 1 Comparison of Oracle Exadata (single rack) to EMC Symmetrix V-Max (smallest maximum throughput configuration of 5 racks)
Oracle ZFS Storage ApplianceEnterprise NAS Storage, Engineered for Oracle Environments • Deployed in data intensive environments, with over 5,000 systems sold to nearly 2,000 customers • High-performance, efficient NAS storage consolidation for Oracle software, test & development and data protection • Industry leading efficiency and performance • Efficient snap/clone for test and development • InfiniBand interconnect for fast data protection • Consolidation of VM environments, with advanced and integrated analytics
Oracle ZFS Storage ApplianceBetter than NetApp for NAS File I/O NetApp Oracle FAS ZFS Storage Analytics Limited Advanced Maximum Flash Cache 2 Tb 4 Tb Maximum Memory Cache 32 Gb 1 Tb License Fees Included No Yes Maximum Snaps/Volume 256 Over 2,500 Hybrid Storage Pools No Yes Native IB integration w/ Engineered Systems No Yes Oracle Database Columnar Compression No Yes Comparison of Oracle Storage S7420 versus NetApp 3270 Oracle Storage analytics advantage confirmed by Edison Group ‘10
Oracle StorageTek TapeArchive and Data Protection • Deployed in enterprise and midrange open systems and mainframe environments; over 30,000 systems sold to over 8,000 customers • Highly scalable, superior reliability and availability, designed for consolidation for archive and data protection • Industry leading TCO • Best cost/PB (vs tape competition and others) • Best investment protection • Tiered storage architecture for optimal price-performance
Oracle StorageTek TapeArchive and Data Protection, Better than IBM IBM Oracle TS series Tape Cartridge Capacity (TB) 4 5 Data Integrity Validation No Yes Floor space (sq ft per PB) 13.5 4.5 TCO (10 PB archive) $1.9M $1.2M Hot-replaceable Robotics No Yes Dynamic Growth (scale while operating) No Yes Engineered integration with Oracle No Yes Exadata, Exalogic, etc. Comparison of Oracle StorageTek SL8500 with T10000C versus IBM TS3500 with TS1140
Pillar AxiomPremier Product for SAN Block I/O • Improved Application Performance • Application-aware storage tiering • Dynamic, deterministic resource management • Linear scaling of capacity and performance • Increased Efficiency • Consolidated SAN storage • Multiple concurrent workloads on a single system • Add-on/upgrade components, not whole systems • Simplified Management • Multiple storage tiers managed as a single resource • Faster deployments with application profiles • Policy-driven automated storage management
Pillar AxiomLeading Capacity Utilization with Storage Tiering
Pillar AxiomEnterprise SAN Storage Consolidation • Deployed in mission-critical environments, with over 1,500 systems sold to nearly 600 customers • Enterprise SAN consolidation with exceptional performance/capacity scaling and Quality of Service • Industry leading efficiency
Pillar AxiomBetter than EMC for SAN Block I/O EMC Pillar Clariion Axiom Quality of Service No Yes Maximum Controllers 2 8 Up to 60% Drive Rebuild Times Hours Faster Guaranteed Utilization None 80% Application Profiles No Yes Oracle Database Columnar Compression No Yes Comparison of EMC CX4-960 and Pillar Axiom 600 Drive rebuild times provided by Demartek ‘07
Oracle StorageHardware and Software. Engineered to Work Together. Oracle Software Runs Faster and More Efficiently on Oracle Storage • Integrated, automatic provisioning and management • Guaranteed storage performance on demand • Streamlined end-to-end data movement and protection Oracle has a Complete Storage Portfolio with Best of Breed Products • Database I/O – Oracle Exadata Storage Server • NAS File I/O – Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance • SAN Block I/O – Pillar Axiom • Tape – Oracle StorageTek Tape Oracle will Accelerate and Scale its Storage Business • Driving Pillar growth, leveraging Oracle’s global resources, reach and IP • Delivering expanded offerings of integrated, application-to-storage solutions