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Businesses today operate in a highly networked, 24x7 global economy. They cannot afford to be down, and the IT systems supporting today's businesses have to be always available. This is where MAA ...

Businesses today operate in a highly networked, 24x7 global economy. They cannot afford to be down, and the IT systems supporting today's businesses have to be always available. This is where MAA comes in. The Maximum Availability Architecture provides superior data protection and availability by minimizing or eliminating planned and unplanned downtime at all technology stack layers including hardware and software components. This presentation will introduce the Oracle and IBM technologies we use to achieve MAA and the best practices from the Oracle/IBM Joint Solutions Center of Montpellier and recommendations on how to design, implement and manage an optimum high availability architecture on an Oracle E-Business Suite R12 on IBM Power running AIX context. The goal of MAA is to remove the complexity in designing the optimal high availability architecture for a critical system.

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  • Implementing Oracle EBS 12 with Maximum Availability Architecture on IBM Power Wojciechowski Didier Solution Technical Specialist Oracle/IBM Joint Solutions Center Boutault Robert Solution IT Architect IBM e-Business Solutions Technical Sales (eTS) E18
  • Agenda
    • The Oracle / IBM Relationship
    • Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA)
    • E-Business Suite MAA
      • Target Architecture
      • Oracle Database MAA
      • E-Business Suite High Availability
    • E-Business Suite Customer Example
    • Oracle Optimised Warehouse Initiative
    • Conclusion / Wrap-up
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  • Objectives
    • At the conclusion of this presentation, you should be able to:
      • Understand what are the foundations of EBS 12 with MAA on Power
      • Understand the added value of the Oracle Warehouse Initiative on Power
      • Understand what the JSC can bring to joint engagement
  • <Insert Picture Here> The Oracle / IBM Relationship
  • Oracle and IBM The Technology Relationship http://www.oracle.com/partnerships/hw/ibm/oracle-ibm-relationship.pdf
    • Did You Know?
    • Oracle and IBM have worked together for over 30 years and collaborate daily on development, marketing and sales activities.
    • • IBM maintains a team of engineers onsite at Oracle as well as hundreds of servers and hundreds of Terabytes of storage for development and support.
    • • Senior IBM and Oracle architects work together to influence technical product direction for each company and are continually looking years ahead when developing future advanced solutions.
    • • IBM Systems hold benchmark leadership positions for all Oracle applications including EBS, Peoplesoft, JDE and Siebel.
    Oracle products “are all supported on AIX 5L and are developed concurrently with Oracle’s base development environment. Additionally, Oracle development uses System p for stress testing of current and future releases of Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC)”
  • Built for you: The Oracle / IBM Joint Solutions Center The living proof of Oracle and IBM’s desire to work closely together Ten years of experience
    • What is the JSC? The Oracle/IBM Joint Solutions Center, created in 1998, is a presales support team, permanently staffed by 6 Oracle + 4 IBMers to contribute to the successful delivery of Oracle/IBM Joint solutions.
    • What can we do for you? Infrastructure Technical Pre Sales Assistance through the whole project/sales cycle
      • Help me to Convince : Briefings & Conferences (50)
      • Help me to Build : Architecture, Design, Sizing Assistance (200-250)
      • Help me to Demonstrate : Proof-of-Concept, Benchmarks Assistance (50)
      • Help me to Deliver : Publications & Hands-on Workshops (15)
    • Which Products & Solutions are we covering?
      • Oracle Technologies (Maximum Availability Architecture) & Oracle Applications (EBS, Siebel and OBI & OWI) on IBM Power , Modular, Mainframe.
      • Entry point to other teams on BRM, iFlex, Retail and others…
  • The Oracle / IBM Joint Solutions Center Activities YTD
    • 5 Strategic W orkshops
      • Oracle Solutions on IBM System z running Linux for SI
      • Implementing 11 g R1 RAC on System p running AIX5L in Moscow & Geneva
      • 1st WW Implementing Oracle 10g R2 RAC for Siebel on System p running AIX5L in MOP
      • 1st WW Oracle Solutions on System z running Linux boot camp in Montpellier
    • 2 New Cookbooks
      • Implementing 11g R1 RAC on System p running AIX5L with ASM
      • Implementing 10g R2 RAC on System z running Linux (SLES10) with NTC
    • 5 Examples of Projects
      • Vietnamese Bank: Oracle driven HA/DR Design workshop in Montpellier
      • German SMB : EBS12 on Power running AIX – Architecture & Sizing Study
      • English Bank: Infrastructure Simplification on System z running Linux – Architecture
      • French Telco – Oracle 8 Nodes 11g RAC on Blades with Infiniband benchmark
      • Russian Retail – Oracle Retail on Power Architecture & Sizing study
  • Complementarity to SI - eTS can make the bridge Business / IT CSI maintains focus on delivering business benefits IBM eTS (pre-Sales) provides IT infrastructure design & configuration, optimised technologies & system implementation capability ... to reduce project risk and delivery timescales Installation World class Hardware & Middleware IT Infrastructure Design Configuration World Class Servers, Storage, Middleware & System Mgt software Application Development IT eTS FOCUS Business Process Application Development IT Infrastructure Design Configuration Installation Business CSI FOCUS Solutions
  • <Insert Picture Here> Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA)
  • Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) Maximum Availability = Unbreakable Architecture + Best Practices
    • Oracle's best practices blueprint based on proven Oracle and IBM high availability technologies and recommendations
      • Technology + Configuration + Operational Practices
      • Constantly validated and enhanced as new products and features become available
      • Focused on reducing unplanned and planned downtime
      • Focused on making our customers successful
      • Best practices available through Oracle white papers and IBM Redbooks
  • <Insert Picture Here> E-Business Suite MAA
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  • E-business Suite MAA Target Architecture
  • E-business Suite MAA Oracle Database MAA
  • Oracle / IBM Technology Blueprint to Scale Right
    • One Technology : Database 10g/11g , AIX- LINUX
    • Performance/Scalability: IBM Power, Oracle Grid Architecture
    • Flexibility / Availability: Oracle Services , IBM Virtualization
    • FileSystem/LVM: GPFS, ASM
    • Hight Availability RAC, CRS , HACMP
    • Business Continuity PPRC , Metro or Global Mirror , ASM or GPFS Mirroring , Data Guard, RMAN…
    • Monitoring: GRID Control, Tivoli
    MERGED PRODUCTS TO GET YOU THE POWER OF SYNERGY
    • DLPAR & SPLPAR are supported by Oracle
    • Virtual IO Servers (VIOs or shared HBAs) and Virtual LAN (VLAN or Shared Network Card) Certified
    • SMT On/Off (+30% TPM throughput, better response time for queries)
    • AIX 6.1 : Oracle 10g single & RAC only. Oracle 11g & EBS not completed.
    • New features under consideration (LPM – WPAR)
    IBM Power Main Advanced Virtualization options Jay Kruemcke IBM 2003 SPLPAR Agent Agent Agent Always adjust resource allocation based on business priority Test LPAR CRM LPAR Finance LPAR 0.5 CPU 1.1 CPU 6.4 CPU LPAR Test LPAR Agent CRM LPAR Agent Finance LPAR Agent Unbalanced resource allocation 2 CPU 5 CPU 1 CPU 4 CPU 3 CPU
  • Oracle MAA for Applications Oracle Database MAA features on IBM System p End users HMC Oracle CRS VIP 1 RAC for Failover & reconnect CRS & System p console communication System p & AIX5L to adapt and reconfigure dynamically automatically or manually depending on strategy. PROD Cluster Dev-Q/A VIO PROD Cluster Dev-Q/A VIO VIP 2 3 1 VIP 1 VIP 1 2 CRS callout : ssh requests to HMC 4 Reduce Q/A + Increase RAC Node 2 5 6
  • E-business Suite MAA Application HA Features
  • E-business Suite MAA Target Architecture
  • <Insert Picture Here> E-business Suite MAA Customer Example
  • Oracle MAA for Applications Oracle EBS in a production environment
    • EBS 11.5.10.2
    • Database 10.1.0.5
    • Multi Node Environment
      • 2 Application Nodes, shared
      • 2 DB Nodes in RAC (CRS 10.2.0.2)
    • 5 IBM p570 AIX 5.3
    • EMC Symmetrix Storage 20TB
    • 16 Countries
    • 1500 Users
    • 5 Languages
  • Oracle MAA for Applications Oracle EBS in a production environment – D/R and B/R
    • Business Requirements (SLA)
    • Max 4 hours of downtime
    • Max 20 minutes of data lost
    • 24/7 availability
    • Technical Requirements
    • Oracle CRS
    • Oracle DataGuard
    • IBM GPFS
    • EMC SRDF
    • EMC TimeFinder BCV-Clone
    • Legato Network Tape Backup
  • Oracle MAA for Applications Oracle EBS in a production environment – Architecture overview
  • The Oracle / IBM Joint Solutions Center New Presentations
    • You can find all this in the presentations delivered by JSC at the 2008 STG Technical Conference in Sevilla- Spain:
      • zVL01 - Virtualized Data Center - Oracle MAA & Solutions on IBM System z running Linux
      • pTS01 - Implementing Oracle11 g R1 RAC on Power
      • pHA07 – Oracle HA&DR Solutions with IBM Power
      • pS013 – Oracle Portfolio on Power
      • pS014 – Oracle & AIX Performance & Tuning
      • xSS03 – New & Evolving Oracle-Based System x Solutions
      • SGI13 – Oracle Implementation on IBM System Storage Infrastructure
    • Don’t hesitate to ask for a PDF copy by contacting the Oracle/IBM Joint Solutions Center at oraclibm@fr.ibm.com
  • All results are as of 05/21/06. We also have benchmarks for you : Oracle Apps Standard Benchmark 11.5.10 - Single System & RAC Not all results listed. Source: http://www.oracle.com/apps_benchmark/html/results.html Clients can do more and spend less - with System p cluster or single system Available Benchmarks for Oracle EBS, PeopleSoft, Siebel, SAP with Oracle Database….and more to come. 375 3,000 @ 0.76 sec 8 05/21/07 11.5.10 Single System, Medium Configuration Oracle Apps 11.5.10 AIX 5L V5.3 Oracle 10g IBM System p 570 (4.7 GHz POWER6) 128 GB Memory 250 2,000 @ 0.98 sec 8 5/25/06 11.5.10 Single System, Medium Configuration Oracle Apps 11.5.10 AIX 5L V5.3 Oracle 10g IBM System p5 570 (1.9 GHz POWER5) 128 GB Memory 125 1,000 @ 0.51sec 8 10/24/06 11.5.10 Single System, Small Configuration Oracle Apps 11.5.10 RHEL4u3 Oracle 10g HP Proliant DL 580/G3 (4x3.0 GHz Dual Core Xeon MP w/ 2MB L2) 32 GB Memory 200 800 @ 0.76 sec 4 3/11/06 11.5.10 Single System, Small Configuration Oracle Apps 11.5.10 Oracle 10g HP Proliant DL 580/G3 (2x3.0 GHz Dual Core Xeon MP w/ 1MB L2 & 8MB L3) – 32 GB Memory 250 1,000 @ 0.87 sec 4 11/30/06 11.5.10 RAC Small Configuration Oracle Apps 11.5.10 AIX 5L V5.3 Oracle 10g RAC 2 x IBM System p5 505 2-way (1 x 2.1 GHz Dual Core POWER5+) 32 GB Memory each Date Submitted OASB Benchmark Users/Core Number of Benchmark Users Cores Software Releases Configuration for Database Tier NEW!
  • MetaLink Note 452056.1 - Business Continuity for Oracle Applications Release 12 on Database Release 10gR2 Transitioning E-Business Suite to the Maximum Availability Architecture with Minimal Downtime: E-Business Suite 11i.10.2 and Database 10gR2 MetaLink Note 403347.1 - MAA Roadmap for the E-Business Suite MetaLink Note 341437.1 - Business Continuity for Oracle Applications 11i Using RAC and Physical Standby MetaLink Note 340859.1 - Upgrading Oracle Applications 11i 9i Database to Oracle Database 10g with Physical Standby in Place MetaLink Note 312731.1 - Configuring Oracle Applications Release 11i with 10g RAC and 10g ASM MetaLink Note 294652.1 - E-Business Suite 11i on RAC: Configuring Database Load Balancing & Failover MetaLink Note 216212.1 - Business Continuity for Oracle Applications Release 11i, Database Releases 9i and 10g Additional Resources
  • <Insert Picture Here> Oracle Optimized Warehouse Initiative
  • Full Range of DW Solution Options Custom
    • Flexibility for the most demanding data warehouse
    • Benefits:
      • High performance
      • Unlimited scalability
      • Completely customizable
      • Industry-leading database and hardware
    • Partitioning
    • RAC
    • Partitioning
    • RAC
    Reference Configurations
    • Documented best-practice configurations for data warehousing
    • Benefits:
      • High performance
      • Simple to scale; modular building blocks
      • Industry-leading database and hardware
      • Available today
    Flexibility Pre-configured, Pre-installed, Validated Oracle Optimized Warehouse
    • Scalable systems pre-installed and pre-configured: ready to run out-of-the-box
    • Benefits:
      • High performance
      • Simple to buy
      • Fast to implement
      • Easy to maintain
      • Competitively priced
    • Partitioning
    • RAC
  • Oracle Optimized Warehouse Initiative All systems consist of a pre-built and pre-configured database All systems have Predefined LUNs, Predefined ASM disk groups and tablespaces, Predefined, init.ora setting, Predefined listener, Database Control - Optional : Database in ARCHIVE LOG mode plus pre-defined flashback recovery area, Different high-availability offerings for the hardware, Disk and fabric redundancy Oracle Optimized Warehouse < 1 - 2 week Take delivery of Oracle Optimized Warehouse Build from Scratch with Components Pre-implementation system sizing Acquisition of components Installation and configuration Testing and Validation Weeks to Months
    • Faster deployment
    • Lower Risk
    Reference Configurations Acquisition of components Installation and configuration Testing and Validation Weeks to Months
  • Real Application Cluster Scale Out 5 TB 20 TB 10 TB 30 TB 5 TB 10 TB 20 TB 30 TB 40+ TB Customer Data (Raw) Size Customer Data (Raw) Data Size SMP Scale Up Capacity per System IBM Systems Reference Configurations 40+ TB Oracle Optimized Warehouse Initiative Reference Configurations 15 TB 15 TB p595 DS8300 Optimized Warehouse x3850 (Intel x86) DS3400 IBM System x IBM System p p570 (Power6) DS4800 x3755 (AMD x86 ) DS3400 Storage Server
  • IBM Systems Architecture for Oracle Optimized Warehouse System p570 and System Storage DS4800 DS4800 Controller DS4800 EXP810 storage expansion drawers p570 server 4-core, 4.7GHz POWER6 HMC additional SAN Switch Single rack building block 5TB 3TB 1TB 5TB 20TB 15TB 10TB Rack components Scale out building blocks: 5TB to 20 TB
    • Oracle Components
    • Oracle Database 10g EE
    • Oracle RAC
    • Oracle Partitioning
  • Oracle Optimized Warehouse for System p570
    • Provides repeatable, balanced building blocks of IBM System p & System Storage supporting Oracle Optimized Warehouse & Reference Configurations for businesses needing to support:
      • Up to 30 “power users” (Oracle test suite)
      • Up to 5TB of customer data (21.7TB Cap.)
      • Leverage latest POWER6 technology
      • Scale out to 20 TB and beyond
    • IBM System p 570
    • Two 4.7 GHz dual-core POWER6 processors (4 cores)
    • Up to 32 GB Memory
    • Up to 8 x 4 Gbps Fiber Channel
    • Up to 4 x 1 Gb Ethernet
    • AIX V5.3
    IBM System Storage SAN 16M-2 Up to (3) 16/32 ports, 2 Gb
    • IBM DS4800 (FC attach)
    • Up to (8) EXP 810
    • Up to 160 Disks configured
    • Up to Max 224 drive capacity
    • Up to 46 GB 15K Drives
    • Up to 5 TB Storage configured
    • Single 42U Enterprise Rack
    • Oracle Components
    • Oracle Database 10g EE
    • Oracle Real Application Clusters
    • Oracle Partitioning
    New Low Price / TB * All prices are US list prices as of 11/09/07 and provided for information only. Please consult your IBM and Oracle BP or sales representatives for pricing. $943,951 $760,932 $648,324 Warehouse List Price* $188,790 $253,644 $648,324 List price / TB* $687,751 $504,732 $392,124 IBM Hardware* $256,200 $181,012 included $211,112 1 TB $256,200 $260,004 included $244,728 3 TB included SAN* $436,407 DS4800* $256,200 Oracle Software* $251,344 p570* 5 TB Item
  • Conclusion / Wrap-up
    • Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture integrates easily with IBM Power Performance & Virtualization capabilities, which helps elaborate best of breed architectures.
    • Oracle/IBM Joint Solutions Center & IBM eTS Team are at your disposal for any Oracle E-Business Suite (or Siebel, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, ...) project : don’t hesitate to solicit us!
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