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Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
Oracle Systems Strategy Update New York At Oceana - Exadata
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  • 1. February 28th , 2013Oracle Exadata Database MachineAmit Nandi - Enterprise ArchitectCopyright © 2012, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates
  • 2. Agenda Business and IT Challenges Oracle Solution • Engineered Systems Overview • ODA – Exadata Evolution and Road Map • Architecture • Capabilities • Platform and Consolidation • Security • Backup/Recovery • Administration and Monitoring Exadata Use-Cases Summary
  • 3. Business evolves faster than IT can react Issues: • Integration Challenges • Application Rigidity Business • Barriers to Information Business Evolution Execution Gap Resulting in: • Missing opportunities in growing markets IT Platform • Decreasing margins from Time higher operating costs 2000 2005 2010 and global competition • High compliance costs The result is decreasing business performance 3
  • 4. IT SPENDING DISTRIBUTION WHAT IF IN 2012 YOU COULD CHANGE63%50% 21% 25% 16% 25%RUN GROW TRANSFORM THE MIX?THE BUSINESS THE BUSINESS THE BUSINESSSource: “IT Metrics: IT Spending and Staffing Report, 2012”, Gartner Research, 2012 4
  • 5. IT ChallengesComponent Vendor Maintenance Refresh Schedule CycleEthernet Network Cisco Quarterly 5 YearsServer IBM Quarterly 5 YearsOperating System AIX Monthly 4 YearsDatabase Oracle Quarterly 4 YearsSAN Infrastructure Brocade Monthly 3 YearsStorage Array EMC Monthly 4 YearsVolume Manager Symantec Quarterly 2 Years You want to focus on the business instead! 6
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  • 7. ENGINEEREDTO WORK TOGETHER 8
  • 8. ENGINEERED AT EVERY LAYERIntegration inside each layer Integration between layers Integration with other systems PERFORMANCE l SCALABILITY l SECURITY l BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE l MANAGEABILITY 9
  • 9. Engineered TogetherTested Together Certified Together Deployed Together Upgraded Together Managed Together Supported Together 10
  • 10. Exadata Database Machine• Complete, Pre-configured, Tested for Extreme Performance – Database Servers – Exadata Storage Servers – InfiniBand Switches – Ethernet Switch – Pre-cabled – Keyboard, Video, Mouse hardware* – Power Distribution Units (PDUs)• Ready to Deploy 11
  • 11. Highly Engineered and StandardizedLess Risk, Better Results • Hundreds of engineer years spent optimizing and hardening the system end-to-end – Frees I/T talent to focus on business needs • Standard platform improves support experience • Runs all existing Oracle Database workloads 12
  • 12. Larry Ellison CEO, Oracle Corporation "By having all of the pieces in the stack— from the silicon all the way up to the application—well be able to deliver systems that run faster, are fault-tolerant, are highly secure - much more secure, much more performant, much more cost- effective, much easier to use - than we ever could have delivered by simply delivering components."© 2012 Oracle Corporation 13
  • 13. • X3-2 16-core DB Servers Exadata Evolution • X3-8 80-core DB Servers • SPARC SuperCluster • 3TB Disks State-of-the-Art, • Storage Expansion Rack Scale-out Hardware • X2-8 CPU Refresh • 2TB DRAM per node • Write-back Flash Cache • X2-2 DB Servers • X2-8 64-core DB Servers • V2 Servers • Enterprise Manager 12c • 40 Gb InfiniBand Database to Disk • PCI Flash Cards Management • Exadata V1 Introduced • Solaris x86 • Reverse Offload • Smart Flash Logging • Hardware DB Encryption Unique Software • Smart Flash Cache • Automatic Service Request Integration • Data Mining Offload • Storage Index • Smart Scan • Columnar Compression• InfiniBand Scale out 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
  • 14. Exadata Evolution
  • 15. Hardware Generational Advances V1 V2 X2-2 X3-2 2008 2009 2010 2012 Storage (TB) 168 336 504 504 3X Flash (TB) 0 5.3 5.3 22.4 4X CPU (Cores) 64 64 96 128 2X Memory (GB) 256 576 1152 2048 8XConnectivity (Gb/s) 8 8 24 184 400 400 50X
  • 16. Key Exadata Innovations Extreme Performance at Lowest Cost• Smart Scale-Out Storage • Hybrid Columnar Compression – InfiniBand connected servers – 10x compression for warehouses – Smart Scan query offload – 15x compression for archives + + + uncompressed Data remains compressed compress• Smart PCI Flash Cache for scans – Transparent cache in front of disk and in Flash primary DB – Accelerates random I/O up to 30x – Quadruples data scan rate Space Savings Cascade to standby dev Copies test backup
  • 17. Exadata Storage Software Unique Features Exadata Smart Scans  Exadata Smart Flash Cache – 10X or greater reduction in data sent – Breaks random I/O bottleneck by to database servers increasing IOPs by up to 20X – Doubles user data scan bandwidths  I/O Resource Manager (IORM) Exadata Storage Indexes – Enables storage grid by prioritizing – Eliminate unnecessary I/Os I/Os to ensure predictable performance Hybrid Columnar Compression  Quality of Service (QoS) – Efficient compression increases – Actively meet and maintain SLAs effective storage capacity and – Memory Guard to protect existing increases user data scan bandwidths by a factor of up to 10X current transactions from memory- based failures
  • 18. Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine
  • 19. Exadata ArchitectureComplete Database platform using standard servers for Compute and Storage Scale-Out Database Servers • 8x 2-socket, or 2x 8-socket Xeon database servers • Oracle Database, ASM, RAC; Linux or Solaris • Standard Ethernet to data center Scale-Out Intelligent Storage Servers • 2-socket storage servers, Exadata Storage Software • Up to 500 terabytes disk per rack • 56 PCI Flash memory cards per rack InfiniBand Network • Unified internal connectivity (40 Gb/sec.) 20
  • 20. Exadata Database Machine Architecture (X3-2 Model) • Grid InfrastructureCompute 1 2 8 ... • Database 11gNodes Release 240Gbit IB For Data and CacheNetwork Fabric Fusion Traffic ... • StorageSmart ServerStorage 1 2 14 Software
  • 21. Exadata – Key Components A complete system: compute, storage, networking • Scaleable Grid of industry standard servers for Compute and Storage • Eliminates long-standing tradeoff between Scalability, Availability, Cost No Single Point of FailureDatabase Grid Intelligent Storage GridInfiniBand NetworkPublic Network
  • 22. Extreme Scalability Dynamic Elasticity: from Single App to Private Cloud Multi-Rack X3-2 or X3-8 Full Rack X3-2 Half Rack X3-2 Quarter Rack X3-2 • Seamless hardware upgrade • Predictable capacity • Unlimited headroomCopyright © 2011 Oracle Corporation
  • 23. Engineered Systems for OracleDatabaseOracle Database Full Rack Appliance Half Rack Quarter Rack Oracle Exadata Database Machine
  • 24. Oracle Database Appliance Ideal for SMBs and Departmental Systems Simple to implement Designed and priced to scale Performance improves as you scale Highest levels of serviceability Highest availability for this class of machine
  • 25. Highly Reliable Software Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition – Automatic Storage Management Oracle Real Application Clusters – Oracle Clusterware Oracle Linux Oracle Appliance Manager software – Phones home automatically to file Service Requests
  • 26. Fully Redundant Hardware 2 x dual-socket Oracle Linux servers – 24 Intel Xeon processor X5675 cores – 192 GB main memory 12 TB raw disk storage 292 GB solid state storage Built-in redundancy – Server, storage, network, power and cooling
  • 27. Start Small and GrowField Upgradeable
  • 28. Exadata Storage Expansion RacksExpand Database Machine Storage Capacity Online
  • 29. Data Center PlatformsChoices?
  • 30. Data Center PlatformsOnly Oracle Exadata Integrates All into One!
  • 31. Best Machine for Database Consolidation
  • 32. Resource ManagementMulti-Database Environment• Ensure different databases are allocated the correct relative amount of I/O bandwidth – Database A: 33% I/O resources Database A Database B – Database B: 67% I/O resources• Ensure different users and tasks within a database are allocated the correct relative amount of I/O bandwidth InfiniBand Switch/Network – Database A: – Reporting: 60% of I/O resources Exadata Cell Exadata Cell Exadata Cell – ETL: 40% of I/O resources – Database B: – Interactive: 30% of I/O resources – Batch: 70% of I/O resources
  • 33. Database EncryptionFirst Secure Database Machine • Moves encryption and decryption from software to hardware • Over 5x faster • Near zero overhead for fully encrypted database • Queries decrypt data at hundreds of Gigabytes/second
  • 34. Maximum Availability Architecture Oracle Exadata Database MachineUnplanned Oracle Solution Planned Downtime Oracle SolutionDowntime  Real Application Clusters  Online ReconfigurationServer Failures System Changes (RAC) Rolling Upgrades Flashback RMAN Data Changes  Online Redefinition Secure BackupData Failures  Automatic Storage Management (ASM) Data Guard Application  Edition-Based GoldenGate Changes Redefinition Streams 35
  • 35. Maximum Availability ArchitectureIntegrated HA, DR and Replication 36
  • 36. Maximum Availability Architecture Real Active Data Guard /Application Primary GoldenGate Clusters WAN ASM RMAN / Fast Oracle SecureRecovery Area Backup Dev/Test Standby Comprehensive protection from failures Server – Storage – Network – Site – Corruptions Active Disaster Recovery: Real-time standby open for query offload Correction from human errors: database, table, row, transaction Online indexing and table redefinition Online patching and upgrades
  • 37. Deployment Architecture - Option #1Oracle RecommendedPre-Prod Prod DR Dev/Test/QA Data Guard Exadata Exadata Exadata Exadata Data Center 1 Data Center 2
  • 38. Deployment Architecture - Option #2Pre-Prod Prod DR Dev/Test/QA ZFS Storage Appliance Data Guard Oracle Commodity Exadata Exadata Exadata Servers Data Center 1 Data Center 2
  • 39. Integrated, Task-Based ManagementNew EM Quality of Service Management Tool 40
  • 40. Enterprise Manager 12cIntegrated View of Hardware and Software• Hardware view • Schematic of cells, compute nodes and switches • Hardware components alerts• Software/system view • Performance, availability, usage by databases, services, clusters • Software alerts db, cluster, ASM • Topology view of DB systems/clusters• Configuration view • Version summary of all components along with patch recommendations
  • 41. Enterprise Manager 12cCompletely Revised Exadata Monitoring and Management
  • 42. Automatic Service Request (ASR) Customer Data Center Oracle Support Services Comprehensive FRU replaced by Fault Coverage Field Engineer 6 • CPU FRU • Disk controllers Oracle Field • Disks dispatched Engineer 5 by Support • Flash Cards !Fault occurs 4 Engineer • Flash modules SR routed • InfiniBand Customer to Support • Cards 1 SR creation email Engineer • Memory notification to customer • System Board • Power supplies ASR 2 Fault telemetry securely ASR 3 Manager transmitted to Oracle Service • Fans Product’s auto-diagnosis Service Request facility sends SNMP trap to created ASR Manager
  • 43. Oracle Exadata Lifecycle Services
  • 44. Rapid adoption in all geographies and industries
  • 45. Commonwealth Bank Australia Consolidated 300+ DB’s onto ExadataEnterprise servers Commodity clusters Commodity clustersconfigured by CBA configured by CBA configured by Oracle• P&L break even in Year 1• Positive cash flow in Year 2• 150% ROI over 5 Years• Application OpEx 40–50% of standalone environment 46
  • 46. Example: Customs and Border PatrolMigrate Full Environment to Exadata• Per day: 1million+ passengers and pedestrians, $90M+ fees• 15 Exadata’s Running Today In their Own Words• Old SMP architecture – Expensive, Not fully fault tolerant, Unable to handle load – Many vendors - No One accountable• Exadata – One fourth the cost of big SMP boxes – Supports Database Consolidation – Horizontal scale-out using commodity CPUs – Fully Fault Tolerant, Fast Fail Over – Much higher uptime achievedFreeing up Over a Petabyte of Expensive Avg Response Time 10x Faster, CPUSAN storage Utilization 80% Lower
  • 47. SummaryOracle Engineered System Exadata is Purpose-built Hardware &Software, Pre-Integrated, Pre-Optimized, & Pre-Tested • Highest Performance and Reliability  Tested and Proved by the POC • Lowest Risk  Exadata is a Proven Solution – Over 3000+ Successful Customers • Fastest Time to Market  Create and Use Databases on the 5th day after delivery • Easiest to Manage  Oracle Enterprise Manager for Administration and Monitoring using Single Pane  Platinum Support for Quarterly Patching and Monitoring at no Additional Cost • Lower Overall TCO • Maximum Innovation / Agility 48
  • 48. Oracle Exadata Database Machine Best Platform for… • Data Warehousing • OLTP • Database Cloud Oracle’s strategic platform for ALL Database workloads 49
  • 49. Oracle Exadata Database Machine – 50 50
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