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10 Key Trends Driving the Future for Datacenters by IDC and Oracle Systems technologies

10 Key Trends Driving the Future for Datacenters by IDC and Oracle Systems technologies

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  • 4 new products have joined Exadata and Exalogic in the Engineered Systems family. These new products adhere to the same technology principles as Exadata and Exalogic, and extend the Engineered Systems’ value proposition. We have been in this business delivering Engineered Systems since 2008 with the introduction of Exadata followed closely by Exalogic. The success of these products has been trulyamazing – outpacing even our goals for adoption. We have over 1200 systems sold to date and expect that number to be 4000 later this year. Exalogic has already surpassed Exadata as the fastest growing product in Oracle’s history and the demand for our new products leads us to believe we will see even greater adoption of our products as they were designed to be “Better Together”.With all of our products the deployment time is minimized, manageability is maximized, the lowest total cost of ownership in comparison to our competitors is delivered to you, implementation risk is minimized, and as always you have one single point of contact for support. These core principles apply to our existing products, our new products, and will certainly apply to the innovation we continue to deliver.
  • 4 new products have joined Exadata and Exalogic in the Engineered Systems family. These new products adhere to the same technology principles as Exadata and Exalogic, and extend the Engineered Systems’ value proposition. We have been in this business delivering Engineered Systems since 2008 with the introduction of Exadata followed closely by Exalogic. The success of these products has been trulyamazing – outpacing even our goals for adoption. We have over 1200 systems sold to date and expect that number to be 4000 later this year. Exalogic has already surpassed Exadata as the fastest growing product in Oracle’s history and the demand for our new products leads us to believe we will see even greater adoption of our products as they were designed to be “Better Together”.With all of our products the deployment time is minimized, manageability is maximized, the lowest total cost of ownership in comparison to our competitors is delivered to you, implementation risk is minimized, and as always you have one single point of contact for support. These core principles apply to our existing products, our new products, and will certainly apply to the innovation we continue to deliver.
  • 4 new products have joined Exadata and Exalogic in the Engineered Systems family. These new products adhere to the same technology principles as Exadata and Exalogic, and extend the Engineered Systems’ value proposition. We have been in this business delivering Engineered Systems since 2008 with the introduction of Exadata followed closely by Exalogic. The success of these products has been trulyamazing – outpacing even our goals for adoption. We have over 1200 systems sold to date and expect that number to be 4000 later this year. Exalogic has already surpassed Exadata as the fastest growing product in Oracle’s history and the demand for our new products leads us to believe we will see even greater adoption of our products as they were designed to be “Better Together”.With all of our products the deployment time is minimized, manageability is maximized, the lowest total cost of ownership in comparison to our competitors is delivered to you, implementation risk is minimized, and as always you have one single point of contact for support. These core principles apply to our existing products, our new products, and will certainly apply to the innovation we continue to deliver.
  • 4 new products have joined Exadata and Exalogic in the Engineered Systems family. These new products adhere to the same technology principles as Exadata and Exalogic, and extend the Engineered Systems’ value proposition. We have been in this business delivering Engineered Systems since 2008 with the introduction of Exadata followed closely by Exalogic. The success of these products has been trulyamazing – outpacing even our goals for adoption. We have over 1200 systems sold to date and expect that number to be 4000 later this year. Exalogic has already surpassed Exadata as the fastest growing product in Oracle’s history and the demand for our new products leads us to believe we will see even greater adoption of our products as they were designed to be “Better Together”.With all of our products the deployment time is minimized, manageability is maximized, the lowest total cost of ownership in comparison to our competitors is delivered to you, implementation risk is minimized, and as always you have one single point of contact for support. These core principles apply to our existing products, our new products, and will certainly apply to the innovation we continue to deliver.
  • Engineered Systems hardware & support for a monthly feeOracle IaaS extends Cloud offerings by providing Engineered System hardware deployed on-premise for a monthly fee. Oracle IaaS provides many of the advantages of cloud computing like pay-as-you-go pricing (OPEX vs. APEX), elastic scalability on-demand, and greatly reduced management of hardware infrastructure.Systems eligible for IaaS include: Exadata (except for 1/8 Rack) Exadata Storage Expansion Racks ExalogicSPARC SuperClusterExalyticsSun ZFS Storage ApplianceOn PremiseSince Oracle IaaS is deployed on premise, behind the customer’s firewall, customers get the highest level of control and security, enabling them to configure their system to comply with internal or regulatory requirements.Elastic Compute Capacity on Demand (CoD)Oracle IaaS also offers Elastic Compute Capacity on Demand which allows customers to elastically scale environments up and down:For handling peak workloadsCoD cores are either all enabled or all disabled togetherCannot enable just a subset of cores in the systemFor High AvailabilityIf a node fails, CoD cores can be enabled to replace the failed cores at no charge until the failed node is repairedOne of the key advantages is that customers only pay for the months when the CoD core are enabled.NOTE: Capacity on Demand (CoD) IS available for Exadata, Exalogic, Exalytics and SPARC SuperCluster but IS NOT available for Exadata Storage Expansion Racks and Sun ZFS Storage Appliance.Oracle Platinum and PlatinumPlus ServicesLastly, to ensure the highest level of reliability, security, and performance, Oracle IaaS includes advanced support services at no extra cost: NOTE: Platinum and PlatinumPlus Services ARE available for Exadata (including Exadata Storage Expansion Racks), Exalogic, and SPARC SuperCluster but ARE NOT available for Exalytics or Sun ZFS Storage Appliance.Platinum ServicesEnhanced support levels: 5 Minute Fault Notification 15 Minute Restoration or Escalation to Development 30 Minute Joint Debugging with Development Oracle Engineers perform quarterly patching and updates including database patchingPlatinumPlus ServicesAdvanced Reliability, Security, and Performance Services Quarterly automated assessmentsof Oracle IaaS systems Identify system performance issues, security and compliance issues, reliability issues, and deviations from best practices Provide guidance on hot to correct the issues discovered
  • The Oracle Virtual Networking product family consists of several major elements. the Oracle Fabric Interconnect hardware are shown in two sizes. You can select between the 4U-high system and the 2U-high system; the Oracle SDN software allows you to take servers and bind them to each other using private L2 networks and getting extremely fast speed.
  • Well, the charter for a Cloud provider is to offer services with minimal disruption. It has been observed across the industry, that a fair share of these disruptions come from mis-configuration and/or missing recommended patches. What we have in Enterprise manager is the ability to integrate with My Oracle Support and leverage the intelligence/knowledge base that has been accumulated from Oracle Support, Engineering and other customers. What we do is use the configuration to provide advisories on missing patches, uncertified configurations or an approaching end-of-life. We also suggest optimal upgrade paths, so that the current patches are preserved across a major upgrade.Finally, not only do we provide proactive advisories for our software layer, we have also put instrumentations in place to capture issues with our hardware and send them over to support before it brings the Cloud to a halt. [Mention “Phone home” as a talking term]
  • And that approach is to move away from bolt-on and piece meal management, rather embed management into the core solution and deliver a complete, unified, and integrated solution for managing the entire stack. With Oracle Enterprise Manager, you have a single point of control for your entire stack – be it for monitoring health and availability, managing performance or configuration management or automating lifecycle operations such as provisioning and patching.The other important aspect of EM is that it provides unparallel depth when it comes to managing Oracle software. We just don’t believe in building a shallow and bolt-on management solution. Rather we instrument our base products to make sure that the products are designed with manageability in mind and management functionality in EM is built at the same time our core products are created – often by the same developers.This unique approach allows us to deliver you a unique management solution – that is designed from grounds up to reduce complexity, enhance automation and optimize performance and availability.

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  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 131 Oracle Strategy and Datacenter trends Fran Navarro Sales Consultant - Barcelona Abril- 2014
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 132 Complete Stack  Best-of-breed  Open  Vertical Integration  Extreme Performance  Engineered Systems Complete Customer Choice  On-premise  Private Cloud  Public Cloud  Hybrid Cloud Oracle Strategy
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 133 Oracle Strategy and Datacenter trends
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 134 Top 10 Trends for the Datacenter Market  Trend #1: Integrated Systems in Enterprise Datacenters Will See Rapid Growth IDC OPINION: April 2014, IDC #247346  Improved reliability. Because integrated systems are designed to be deployed as one "unit,‖ they have more robust reliability compared with compute, storage, and networking equivalents that draw from multiple devices; with multiple devices come multiple points of failure.  Reduced operational costs for IT assets. Overall, operational costs for integrated systems tend to be lower than the operational costs for comparable compute, storage, and networking equivalents — particularly in terms of power draw. When operating midsize or larger datacenters, the incremental savings on power from integrated systems adds up quickly.  Reduced capital costs for IT assets. Acquisition costs for integrated systems can be lower than those for comparable compute, storage, and networking equivalents, and those lower costs can have a big impact on capital expenditure for datacenters of any size.
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 135 ENGINEERED SYSTEMS: HARDWARE & SOFTWARE Exadata Database Machine Exalogic Elastic Cloud Exalytics Database Backup Logging and recovery Appliance Big Data Appliance SPARC SuperCluster Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance RDBMS storage compression and database parallelization via ―Exadata Storage Servers‖ Extreme - performance I/O connecting large amount of compute power and memory Huge amount (1TB/4TB) of contiguous memory for large data sets Massively scalable database backup, Assured protection from disk to tape, replica and cloud Massive disk storage array with high-bandwidth I/O for loading ‗big‘ data SPARC servers, high-performance I/O and Exadata storage servers in one rack ―Wire once‖, software-defined infrastructure system designed for rapid deployment IaaS
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 136 ENGINEERED SYSTEMS: HARDWARE & SOFTWARE ENGINEERED SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS SPARC SuperCluster Exadata X4-8 Exadata X4-2 Exalogic Exalytics Chipset SPARC Intel Intel Intel Intel Target Workload OLTP and platform consolidation OLTP DW and database consolidation High performing applications OBI 11g and Essbase Software Oracle DB and RAC Oracle DB and RAC Oracle DB and RAC Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software Times Ten for BI, OBI EE Foundations Suite, WebLogic Server Operating System(s) Solaris (10, 11) Linux, Solaris (11) Linux, Solaris (11) Linux, Solaris (11) Linux Networking Infiniband/ 1/10GB Ethernet, Fiber Channel Infiniband/ 1/10GB Ethernet Infiniband/ 1/10GB Ethernet Infiniband/ 10GB Ethernet Infiniband/ 10GB Ethernet Storage Software ZFS Storage and Exadata Storage* Exadata Storage Software Exadata Storage Software n/a n/a
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 137 Specialized (Fewer Workload Choices) (Multiple workloads) General Purpose ReferenceArchitecture (MoreSKUsandVendors) Pre-integrated (FewerSKUsandVendors) Exalytics ExadataBDA Exalogic SSC Oracle Optimized Solutions PureFlex Application System VCE vBlock NetApp FlexPod COTS Components PureData Teradata
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 138 ENGINEERED SYSTEMS: HARDWARE & SOFTWARE Top Vendors, Worldwide Integrated Platforms (Revenues are in Millions)
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 139 Top 10 Trends for the Datacenter Market  Trend #2: Cloud Service Providers Will Drive Demand for Homogenous Systems IDC OPINION: April 2014, IDC #247346  Our second trend is that cloud service providers will be the primary driver in the datacenter market for industry growth toward more homogenous systems, often erroneously referred to as commodity systems. In contrast — and as a complement — to our first trend about enterprise datacenter adoption of integrated systems, we believe that cloud service providers, which favor highly componentized and homogenized systems, will drive the growth of these systems within the datacenter market.  Cloud service providers' interest in ODM hardware stems primarily from cloud service providers‗ increased control over the ability to work with ODMs to design hardware that's specifically built for the individual service provider's needs. Cloud service providers — including providers offering hyperscale solutions — are also interested in open source design options, as seen through entities such as the Open Compute Project
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1310 Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance  Fits into your data center easily – New- or existing storage – All your x86 operating systems  IT spends more time on strategic operations and less time plugging cables  A more agile business… – Deploy infrastructure hardware faster – Deploy applications faster
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1311 Top 10 Trends for the Datacenter Market  Trend #3: The IT Hardware Industry Will Flip to a Cloud-First Strategy IDC OPINION: April 2014, IDC #247346  Trend #4: Datacenter Software Developers Will Shift Top Priority to OpenStack/Open Platforms
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1312 Virtual Assembly Java Database OVM OVM Oracle VM Zone Database Pool Middleware Pool Infrastructure Zone Oracle Solutions for Customer Private Cloud  Java PaaS – Java Services on pre-installed WebLogic platform  Assembly (IaaS++) – Assembly: Multi-tier environments with/ without pre-deployed applications  Database PaaS – Database Services on pre-installed database platform
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1313 ORACLE INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE (IAAS)  Engineered Systems hardware & hardware support for a monthly fee  No upfront capital expenditure, OPEX not CAPEX  Usually lower total cost than purchasing system  On Premise  Deploys behind customer‘s firewall  Control and visibility over the system  Elastic Compute Capacity on Demand1  For peak workloads and high availability  Pay only when needed  Oracle Platinum and PlatinumPlus Services2  Higher level of support including patching services  Quarterly advisory services for system security, performance, and availability ON PREMISE WITH CAPACITY ON DEMAND 1. Eligible systems include Oracle Exadata, Exalogic, Exalytics and SPARC SuperCluster. 2. Eligible systems include Oracle Exadata, Exalogic, and SPARC SuperCluster.
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1314 Oracle Virtual Networking in Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance Oracle Fabric Interconnect Oracle SDN • Converged infrastructure • Fewer switches, cards and cables • Flat architecture • Simple topology, fewer tiers • Software defined networking • Dynamic provisioning of resources • Network Isolation without reliance on VLANs 40Gb/sec throughput fabric
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1315
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1316 Top 10 Trends for the Datacenter Market  Trend #5: The Solid State–Optimized Datacenter Will Emerge We will see rapid growth in the deployment of flash-based solid state storage offerings over the next several years because of the growing demand for greater speed, rapid scale, and greater density in the increasingly data-intensive 3rd Platform datacenter. IDC predicts that over the next couple of years, most of the major integrated system players will be selling all-flash configurations as standardized offerings. We expect that by 2018, most of the integrated systems sold will be all flash based, with cold data flying out of the rack into bulk storage appliances and the cloud. IDC OPINION: April 2014, IDC #247346
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1317 Hardware and Software Engineered to Work Together Software Storage Database Hybrid Storage Pools, Dynamic Caching Smart Flash Cache, ADO, Compression, Partitioning Hybrid/Flash Enabled Storage • ZFS Storage Appliances • Axiom Storage Arrays F80/F40/F20 Flash Cards SSD‘s Hardware Integrated Systems Oracle’s SW and Systems Driven Flash Strategy Optimized Enterprise Flash with Advanced System Integration and Intelligent Software for Maximum Performance, Efficiency and Ease-of-Use Engineered Systems • Exadata • Exalytics • Super Cluster F80/F40/F20 Flash Cards
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1318 World's fastest system for Data Warehousing and Online Transaction Processing. A huge leap in performance over the competition with numerous world benchmark records. World's fastest database machine uses Sun Flash Accelerator Cards Up to 56 Flash Cards for Smart Flash Cache Oracle Exadata Smart Flash Cache Oracle Flash Cards Used as Integrated Smart Flash Cache New !
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1319 • Data is intelligently and automatically migrated between DRAM, Flash and Disk • Continuously optimizes storage system performance and efficiency. • Simplifies management, transparently managed as a single storage pool. Reduces Cost. ZFS Automatically : • Writes new data to very fast DRAM/ Flash pool as write cache (ZIL) • Determines data access patterns and stores frequently accessed data in the Flash based read cache (L2ARC) • Bundles IO into sequential lazy writes for more efficient use of low cost mechanical disks Scalable Deep SATA Storage Pool Read/ L2ARC Flash Read/ L2ARC Flash Write/ ZIL Flash DRAM ZFS Storage Appliance Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Flash Use with ZFS Dynamic Hybrid Storage Pools
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1320 Top 10 Trends for the Datacenter Market  Trend #6: More than Half of Planned Enterprise Datacenter Moves Will Experience Significant Delays  Trend #7: Sensors Will Proliferate in the Datacenter  Trend #8: DCIM as a Service Will Emerge  Trend #9: Adoption of Modular Datacenter Design Will Increase  Trend #10: There Will Be Greater Experimentation from Datacenter Operators to Achieve Zero-Emission Datacenters IDC OPINION: April 2014, IDC #247346
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1321 My Oracle Support Integration Proactive Support My Oracle Support Performance Management Provisioning & Patching Problem Diagnosis DatabasesHardware Middleware Applications Problem/SR Management Configuration Management Knowledge Management Problem/SR Management Configuration Management Knowledge Management  Proactive Patch Advisory  Certification Checks – End-of-life advisory  Upgrade Planning and Automation  Hardware Telemetry and Phone Home
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1322 RELIABILITY PERFORMANCE SECURITY SUPPORT
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1323 Datacenter of the Future
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1324 Datacenter of the Future Core Database Backup Analytics • Datacenter Core ̶ 2-socket servers ̶ Virtualized
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1325 Datacenter of the Future • Plus Purpose Built Specialized Machines - Best Cost/Performance - More Reliable & Secure - Much Easier to Use Core Database Backup Analytics • Datacenter Core ̶ 2-socket servers ̶ Virtualized 10X
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1326 Get Better Results with Oracle HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERED TO WORK TOGETHER
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1327
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 1328