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This was presented at Oracle's 11g R2 Live seminars in June. It allowed customers and partners to view the benefits of implementing or upgrading to Oracle's latest version of it's database and ...

This was presented at Oracle's 11g R2 Live seminars in June. It allowed customers and partners to view the benefits of implementing or upgrading to Oracle's latest version of it's database and Advanced technology products such as real Application Clusters, Real Application Testing and Enteprise Manager.

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  • 1. <Insert Picture Here> 11g LIVE!!!!!!! Presenters Steve Williamson – Oracle Marketing Director Barry Matthews & Martin Lambert Business Development Managers – Oracle Database Advanced Technologies
  • 2. Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Specific Areas of Cost Reduction & Goals • Reduce hardware capital costs by factor of 5x • Improve performance by at least 10x • Reduce storage costs by factor of 12x • Eliminate downtime AND unused redundancy • Considerably simplify your software portfolio • Raise DBA productivity by at least 2x • Reduce upgrade costs by a factor of 4x © 2010 Oracle Corporation
  • 3. Reduce hardware costs by 5x This IS Your Data Center? Legacy Applications Data Mart • Lots of servers eMail Data Mart • Separate storage silos ERP HR • Multiple vendors products Data Warehouse CRM Data • Different operating systems Mart © 2010 Oracle Corporation
  • 4. Consolidate onto the Grid Using low-cost server and storage grids In-Memory Database Cache Real Application Clusters Enterprise Manager Automatic Storage Management © 2010 Oracle Corporation
  • 5. Improve performance by at least 10x Oracle Database 11g Release 2 • Newer Intel Xeon Chipsets are very fast – Currently only available in commodity class machines – Only RAC enable customers to uptake them • In Memory Database Cache offloads processing to the middle tier, removes latency – 10x performance improvement for OLTP • Oracle Exadata and Oracle Database Machine offloads processing to the storage, improve Data Warehousing performance by at least 10x © 2010 Oracle Corporation
  • 6. Reduce storage costs by factor of 12x Oracle Database 11g Release 2 • Use ASM and ACFS to reduce storage management operations and the need to license volume management software • Partition data onto different storage tiers to lower storage costs • Compress all data – Active OLTP data – 2-4x compression – Archived data – 15-50x compression with Exadata – Data warehousing – 10x compression with Exadata © 2010 Oracle Corporation – Proprietary and Confidential
  • 7. Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture Fully Utilizing Redundancy Undo Human Errors Online Upgrades Online Patching Secure Backups Real Application Active to Cloud and Tape Clusters Data Guard Fast Add/Remove Online Recovery Area Storage Test To Scale © 2010 Oracle Corporation
  • 8. Is This YOUR Software Portfolio? Availability Availability Manageability Manageability Storage Management Security © 2010 Oracle Corporation
  • 9. This Can Be Your Software Portfolio? Availability Manageability Availability Manageability Oracle Clusterware Diagnostics Pack Oracle Real Application Clusters Tuning Pack Oracle Secure Backup Change Management Pack Oracle Data Guard Configuration Management Pack Flashback Operations Provisioning Pack Online Operations Automatic Storage Management Fine Grained Access Automatic Space Management Identity Management Disk based Backup/Recovery Transparent Data Encryption Compression Data Masking Pack Partitioning Database Vault Exadata Storage Audit Vault Storage Management Security © 2010 Oracle Corporation
  • 10. Managing Complexity Automated Self-management Automated: • Storage • Memory • Statistics • SQL tuning • Backup and Recovery Advisory: • Indexing • Partitioning • Compression • Availability • Data Recovery © 2010 Oracle Corporation
  • 11. Upgrade is easier! Therefore lowers the cost • The upgrade to Oracle Database 11g is much easier than any upgrades to earlier Oracle releases • Size of Upgrade guides: – 8.1.7 - 512 pages – 9.0.1 - 484 pages – 111 steps for an RDBMS with 9 components – 9.2.0 - 344 pages – 10.1.0 - 170 pages - only 6 stepsl!!! – 10.2.0 - 140 pages – 11.1.0 - 186 pages - now detailed explanations and information about new options included
  • 12. <Insert Picture Here> Lets get down to business
  • 13. 11g Live Infrastructure OEM 11g GC LIVE LIVESTBY
  • 14. Create Physical Standby for Patch Test Any Takers ?
  • 15. <Insert Picture Here> Select Database (live)
  • 16. Select (Availability)
  • 17. Select (Setup and Manage)
  • 18. Select (Add Standby Database)
  • 19. Review and Select (Continue)
  • 20. Review and Select (Next)
  • 21. Enter Username and Password (oracle) Finally Select (Next)
  • 22. Enter Instance Name (livesnap) Finally Press (Next) Check Host Name (onode3.au.oracle.com) Check Oracle Home(/u01/app/oracle/product/11. Enter Username 2.0/db) and Password (oracle)
  • 23. Enter SYS Password (oracle Then Press (Logon)
  • 24. Check Database Area (DATA) Check Flash Recovery Area (DATA) Finally Press(Next)
  • 25. Database Unique Name (livesnap) Target Name (livesnap) Press(Next)
  • 26. Review and Press(Finish)
  • 27. Press (Creation in Progress)
  • 28. Will take approximately 30 minutes
  • 29. Automatic Storage Management Lowers the cost of storage management HR SALES ERP • Virtualize and share storage resources • Advanced data striping for maximum I/O performance • Online addition and migration of storage
  • 30. Extending ASM to Manage ALL Data Database RAC Application 3rd Party FS Automatic Storage Management (ASM) ACFS Snapshot ASM Instance ASM Cluster & Single Node File System Managing (ACFS) Oracle DB Files Dynamic Volume Manager ASM Dynamic Volumes Files ASM DB Datafiles DB Datafiles DB Datafiles Disk ACFS FS 3rd Oracle Bin Party OCR & Voting files FS Group
  • 31. Typical Usages of ACFS • Oracle database installation binaries. • RAC or single instance ORACLE_HOME directories. • Database exports. • Database logs and trace files. • File based database objects. • UTL_FILE_DIR location. • Directories used by extproc routines. • Directory objects for external BFILES and external tables. • General-purpose cluster file system. • Application logs. • Shared documents. • Report output. • Data dumps.
  • 32. Oracle Database 11g Release ASM Enhancements • Improved Management Frequently Infrequently Accessed Accessed – ASM Install & Data Data Configuration Assistant (ASMCA) – Full Featured ASMCMD – ASM File Access Control – ASM Disk Group Rename – OEM 11g GC Integration • Tunable Performance – Intelligent Data Placement
  • 33. Create ACFS Volume and Mount Point
  • 34. <Insert Picture Here> Select Database (live)
  • 35. <Insert Picture Here> Scroll down the screen and select one of the ASM instances
  • 36. <Insert Picture Here> Select (ASM Cluster Files System)
  • 37. <Insert Picture Here> Select (Create)
  • 38. <Insert Picture Here> Select (Create ASM Volume)
  • 39. Enter Volume (LIVE) Disk Group (DATA) <Insert Picture Here> Size (1) GB Finally press (OK) Do you want to place the volume on the inside or outside of the disk platters (Hot or Cold)
  • 40. <Insert Picture Here> Finally Press (OK) Review Volume Device (/dev/asm/live-nnn) Enter Volume Label(LIVE_DEMO) Enter Mount Point (/u01/app/oracle/acfsmounts/ ) Review Register ASM Cluster File System Mount Point is checked
  • 41. <Insert Picture Here> Finally Press (Continue) Review Username and Password (oracle)
  • 42. <Insert Picture Here> Refresh Screen
  • 43. Patch Discovery
  • 44. Select “Security Recommendations”
  • 45. Select a “Patch Name” we are going to test
  • 46. Download the select patch
  • 47. Download to the Patch Cache
  • 48. Convert to Snapshot Standby
  • 49. Select Database (live)
  • 50. Select Availability
  • 51. Select “Setup and Manage”
  • 52. Click “Convert” Select “livesnap”
  • 53. Enter Username and Password Click “Continue”
  • 54. Click “Yes” to confirm
  • 55. Snapshot Standby open for read / write
  • 56. Patch Apply to Snapshot
  • 57. Click on “Deployments” Click on “Patching through Deployment Procedures”
  • 58. Click on “Schedule Deployment” Select “Patch Oracle Database”
  • 59. Click on “Add” – Standalone Database Updates
  • 60. Select “Search Software Library” Click on “Go”
  • 61. Click on “Select” Select the patch we have downloaded
  • 62. Click on “Next”
  • 63. Click on “Add” – Database targets to be patched
  • 64. Click on “Select” Select the “livesnap” – snapshot standby database
  • 65. Click on “Next”
  • 66. Click on “Next”
  • 67. Click on “Next”
  • 68. Click on “Next”
  • 69. Click on “Deploy”
  • 70. Click on “Procedure Completion Status”
  • 71. Click on running “Patch Oracle Database”
  • 72. Job running
  • 73. Job completed – Status “Succeeded”
  • 74. 11g Live Infrastructure Review LIVESNAP OEM 11g GC LIVE LIVESTBY
  • 75. Traditional Testing Approach Production – many of Real Online Users LIVE
  • 76. Limited Testing Capabilities Few users trying to be many LIVE LIVESNAP
  • 77. Real Application Testing Workload for Online Users Captured Capture Workload LIVE
  • 78. Real Application Testing Workload for Online Users Replayed Capture Replay Workload LIVE LIVESNAP
  • 79. Real Application Testing - Capture
  • 80. Select Database (live)
  • 81. Select “Software and Support”
  • 82. Select “Database Replay”
  • 83. Select “Expand All”
  • 84. Select “Capture Workload”
  • 85. Click on both acknowledge Click on “Next”
  • 86. Click on “Do not restart the database” Click on “Next” when filtered added Click on “Add Another Row” Filter Name :- Swingbench_User Session Attribute :- User Value :- SOE
  • 87. Pull down select “RAT_CAPTUURE” Then “Next”
  • 88. Start “Immediately” Duration 5 minutes Click “Next”
  • 89. Review and “Submit”
  • 90. View the Capture job
  • 91. Goto “Targets” Database Select “live” database
  • 92. Select “Workload Capture On”
  • 93. Workload Capture proceeding
  • 94. Morning Break