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    1. data infrastructure keynote october 2010 alain 1. data infrastructure keynote october 2010 alain Presentation Transcript

    • <Insert Picture Here> Building a Data Infrastructure- The Cloud Foundation Alain Ozan Vice President Technology – EE&CIS
    • CIO’s Face a Challenging Context in IT Operations KEY DRIVERS IT budgets are flat or down… • 40% growth in transaction volume • Massive growth in volume of data …but Data Centre costs, which are • Increasing power and cooling costs 25% of total IT budget, are increasing at 20% per year… • Difficulty in deploying new apps and unpredictable workloads • Focused cost reduction push across all expense items …and service execution is below par. Source: McKinsey & Company
    • How do you compare? • Can you warranty 100% of your Service Level Agreements with your business users ? • Can you proof to Auditors there were no security breaches and you were compliant ? • Can you manage your data infrastructure in the most cost effective way ? © 2009 Oracle Corporation
    • The Cloud Revolution forces order out of chaos
    • The Cloud Revolution forces order out of chaos Data Center Modernization
    • Data Center Modernization The Key Challenges • Consolidating the data infrastructure for Cost Reduction • Delivering extreme performance for ALL Users • Providing maximum availability for Business Continuity • Securing the data infrastructure for Auditors • Managing the data infrastructure for SLA
    • The Key Challenges • Consolidating the data infrastructure for Cost Reduction • Delivering extreme performance • Providing maximum availability • Securing the data infrastructure • Managing the data infrastructure
    • Consolidate onto Private Clouds Using server and storage grids Automatic Storage Management Virtualize and share storage resources Grid Control Real Application Clusters Virtualize servers into a shared platform In-Memory Database Cache © 2010 Oracle Corporation
    • Data Center Architecture Consolidation 100s of 100s of Application Server Database Server 1 Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Machines Machines 1 Oracle Exadata Database Machine
    • The Key Challenges Consolidating the data infrastructure • Delivering extreme performance for ALL users • Providing maximum availability • Securing the data infrastructure • Managing the data infrastructure
    • The Extreme Performance Demand Extremely Fast Response  Competitive Advantage Examples NEW CUSTOMER SIGN-UP MOBILE DATA SERVICES WEB SELF-CARE MGMT DASHBOARD • Fraud detection • Order matching • Compliance • Provisioning PROCESS AN • Authentication ACTIVATE A NEW SUBSCRIBER ORDER MONITOR FOR CRITICAL EVENTS • Authorization CHECK ADDRESS VERIFY CREDIT & TERMS SCHEDULE CALCULATE BILL • Personalization • CRM • BAM • Real-time Billing • …
    • Oracle Exadata Database Machine • X2-2 Extreme performance at lowest cost – 8 Database Servers, Each 12 cores Total 96 cores in DB servers – 14 Storage Servers, 40 Gb/sec Infiniband Links – Completely Fault Tolerant – Quarter, Half and full rack • X2-8 Extreme Performance on the data tier – Consolidated OLTP and DW workloads – 2 DB servers, each 64 core Total 128 cores – Quadruples database memory to 2TB – 14 Storage Servers and New Intel 6-core CPUs in Storage Servers – 10Gb Ethernet connectivity to Data Center – Linux or Solaris
    • Delivering Extreme performance • Extreme Performance for DataWarehouse– Exadata Smart Scans – Data intensive processing runs in Exadata Storage Servers – Rows and columns filtered as data streams from disks – Complex operations also run in storage – Parallelize query execution and removes bottlenecks • Extreme performance for OLTP – Full rack has 5 TB of Smart Flash Cache – Can process over 1 million IOs per second – 50 GB/sec query throughput on uncompressed data – 5x more I/Os than 1000 Disk Enterprise Storage Array
    • Oracle Exadata Momentum Rapid adoption in all geographies and industries © 2010 Oracle Corporation
    • Large Australian Bank Implements Oracle Database as a Service • Consolidates 300+ Oracle Databases onto 3 private clouds Oracle • Implements Maximum Availability Database Architecture 11g Release 2 cloud powered • Increases DBA productivity By Exadata • “Pay for use” model for business users
    • The Key Challenges Consolidating the data infrastructure Delivering extreme performance • Providing maximum availability for Business Continuity • Securing the data infrastructure • Managing the data infrastructure
    • Traditional High Availability Expensive, idle redundancy Production Idle Failover Server Server Idle Disaster Recovery Solaris Cluster HP ServiceGuard IBM HACMP BMC Veritas SQL Backtrack Volume Manager
    • Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture Fully Utilizing Redundancy Secure Backups Real Application Active to Cloud and Tape Clusters Data Guard Data Guard Fast Automatic Storage Recovery Area Management
    • The Key Challenges Consolidating the data infrastructure Delivering extreme performance Providing maximum availability • Securing the data infrastructure for Auditors • Managing the data infrastructure
    • Oracle Database 11g Security Database Defense-in-Depth Monitoring • Configuration Management • Audit Vault • Total Recall Access Control • Database Vault • Label Security Encryption & Masking • Advanced Security Encryption & Masking • Secure Backup Access Control • Data Masking Monitoring Blocking and logging Blocking & Logging • Database Firewall © 2010 Oracle Corporation 20
    • Oracle Database Firewall First Line of Defense Application • Accurate SQL grammar analysis • SQL level enforcement based on white lists and black lists • Fast, reliable and scalable architecture • Built-in and custom compliance reporting © 2010 Oracle Corporation
    • The Key Challenges Consolidating the data infrastructure Delivering extreme performance Providing maximum availability Securing the data infrastructure • Managing the data infrastructure for SLAs
    • Workload and Resource Management Databases run as Services across shared platform • Resource Manager allocates CPU and Memory – Also I/O usage on Exadata • Instance caging allocates cores per instance • According to Service Level Agreement © 2010 Oracle Corporation
    • Manageability Evolution Continuous Improvement 26% Less Time 31% Fewer Steps 100% Oracle9i Database Oracle Database 10g 75% Oracle Database 11g 50% 25% 0% Time Steps © 2010 Oracle Corporation
    • Provisioning Software to Private Cloud Lower cost via standard Reference Configurations Create Reference Stage Gold Create Production Scale System Image System Provisioning • Gold image reference configurations • Simplified database provisioning via profiles • Provision full RAC, ASM and Clusterware systems • Single click RAC scale-out and scale-back © 2010 Oracle Corporation
    • Automating Patching Fully integrated with My Oracle Support Analyze Patch Test Stage Provision Report • Automated Service Requests (ASR) for Exadata • Proactive advisories and analysis – One-off patches – Patch Set Updates (PSU) & Critical Patch Updates (CPU) • Zero downtime patching for RAC and Exadata © 2010 Oracle Corporation
    • Andreas Stephan Senior DBA Bayer Business Services "We we have been able to reduce the time for provisioning software from 4 hours down to 1 hour, as well as reduce patch application time from 1 hour down to 1 minute per database. Enterprise Manager Grid Control allows us to automate this process, which translates into huge savings in time and money." © 2010 Oracle Corporation
    • 250+ Cloud Service Providers Have Adopted Oracle’s Cloud Platform “8 out of 10 SaaS vendors delivering business-critical applications run on Oracle.” – Nucleus Research 28
    • Oracle 11g answers the key challenges Consolidating the data infrastructure Delivering extreme performance Providing maximum availability Securing the data infrastructure Managing the data infrastructure
    • Oracle’s Strategy Complete. Open. Integrated. • Engineered to work together • Tested together • Certified together • Packaged together • Deployed together • Upgraded together • Supported together • Managed together