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  • 1. <Insert Picture Here> Oracle Exadata Version 2 First OLTP Database Machine
  • 2. Exadata Database Machine • Version 1 • World’s Fastest Machine for Data Warehousing • Extreme Performance for Sequential I/O • 10 to 50x Faster than other Oracle D/W Systems
  • 3. Exadata V1 Data Warehousing Customers “A query that used to take 24 hours now runs in less than 30 minutes. The Oracle Database Machine beats competing solutions on bandwidth, load rate, disk capacity, and transparency.” Christian Maar, CIO “Every query was faster on Exadata compared to our current systems. The smallest performance improvement was 10x and the biggest one was an incredible 72x.” Simeon Dimitrov, Enterprise Resources Manager “Call Data Record queries that used to run for over 30 minutes now complete in under 1 minute. That's extreme performance.” Grant Salmon, CEO, LGR Telecommunications
  • 4. Exadata Database Machine • Version 2 • World’s Fastest Machine for OLTP • Extreme Performance for Random I/O • 2x Version 1 Data Warehousing Performance
  • 5. Sun Oracle Database Machine Hardware Improvements • Same Architecture as Exadata V1 Machine New • Faster CPUs, Network, Disks Plus Flash Storage Latest Technologies Faster 80% Faster CPUs Xeon 5500 Nehalem 100% Faster Networking 40 Gb InfiniBand 50% Faster Disk Throughput 6 Gb SAS Links 200% Faster Memory DDR3 DRAM Bigger 33% More SAS Disk Capacity 600 GB SAS Disks 100% More SATA Disk Capacity 2 TB SATA Disks 125% More Memory 72 GB per DB Node 100% More Ethernet Connectivity 4 Ethernet links per DB Node
  • 6. Sun Oracle Database Machine • Fastest Data Warehousing & OLTP Performance • Best Data Warehousing & OLTP Cost/Performance • Fault Tolerant & Scalable On-Demand Oracle Database Server Grid • 8 Compute Servers • 64 Cores Exadata Storage Server Grid • 14 Storage Servers • 400 GB DRAM • 5TB flash storage Unified Server/Storage Network • 336 TB Disk Storage • 40 Gb/sec Infiniband Links • 880 Gb/sec Aggregate Throughput • Fault Tolerant
  • 7. Sun Oracle Exadata V2: OLTP • Huge Semiconductor Memory Hierarchy • 400 Gigabytes DRAM • 5 Terabytes Flash Cache Memory – Not Flash Disk !!! • 3x Database Compression for OLTP • Compressed 1.2 TB Database in DRAM • Compressed 15 TB Database in Flash Cache • 1 Million Random I/Os per Second • Eliminates Most Physical Disk I/O
  • 8. IBM 4 Times More Expensive for OLTP or Sun Oracle Exadata 4 Times Faster at Same Cost 2 Rack Sun Oracle Database Machine • Same Server Performance • Same I/O Capacity • Both with Flash $2,300,000 • Same Storage Capacity IBM’s Fastest Computer 8 IBM DS8300 Turbo $10,700,000
  • 9. Exadata Hybrid Columnar D/W Compression • Data is stored by column and then compressed • Query Mode • Optimized for speed • 10X Compression • Scans improve proportionally • Archival Mode • Optimized to reduce space • 15X compression is typical • Up to 50X for some data
  • 10. Exadata V2: Data Warehousing • 1 Rack Exadata V2: Semiconductor Caches • Compressed 4 TB database in DRAM • Compressed 50 TB Database in Flash • Data Warehousing Performance • 2x Exadata Version 1 • 5x Faster than Teradata, Netezza, etc • 20x Faster than IBM’s Fastest Computer • Oracle 11gR2 Optimized for in Memory Queries • Faster than specialized In-Memory DBs
  • 11. Oracle Exadata Version 2 In-Memory Parallel Query Execution QphH: 1 TB TPC-H New 1,166,976 1,018,321 • One Exadata V2 Rack: • 400GB of DRAM memory for caching • Exadata 10x Hybrid Columnar Compression • 4 Terabytes Compressed Data in DRAM Cache • Parallel Query Processing in Memory Data 315,842 • Technology for World Record Benchmark ParAccel Exasol Oracle Faster than in-memory Memory has 100x more bandwidth than Disk specialized startups Source: Transaction Processing Council, as of 9/14/2009: Oracle on HP Bladesystem c-Class 128P RAC, 1,166,976 QphH@1000GB, $5.42/QphH@1000GB, available 12/1/09. Exasol on PRIMERGY RX300 S4, 1,018,321 QphH@1000GB, $1.18/QphH@1000GB, available 08/01/08. ParAccel on SunFire X4100 315,842 QphH@1000GB, $4.57 /QphH@1000GB, available 10/29/07.
  • 12. D/W Performance Gb/sec 50 Why is Oracle Faster? DB Processing in Storage Smart Flash Cache Faster Interconnect (40Gb/sec) More Disks Faster Disks (15K RPM) HITACHI TERADATA NETEZZA SUN ORACLE USP V 2550 TwinFin 12 Database Machine
  • 13. The Architecture of the Future Massively Parallel Grid Data Warehousing and OLTP
  • 14. Sun Oracle Database Machine Extreme Performance RAC Database Server Grid • Millions of transactions Exadata Storage Server Grid per minute • 21 GB/sec disk bandwidth • Tens of millions of queries • 50 GB/sec flash bandwidth per minute • 1 million Random I/Os per second • Billions of rows per minute InfiniBand Network • 880 Gb/sec aggregate throughput
  • 15. Scale Performance and Capacity on Demand • Scalable • Redundant and Fault Tolerant • Scales to 8 rack database machine • Fault Tolerant Server, Storage by just adding wires and Network • More with external • Data is mirrored across storage InfiniBand switches servers • Scales to hundreds of storage servers • Multi-petabyte databases
  • 16. Drastically Simplified Deployments • Database Machine eliminates the complexity of deploying database systems • Months of configuration, troubleshooting, tuning • Database Machine is ready on day one • Pre-built, tested, standard, supportable configuration • Runs existing applications unchanged Months to • Extreme performance out of the box Days
  • 17. Exadata System – Start Small and Grow Basic Quarter Half Full System Rack Rack Rack $110,000 $350,000 $650,000 $1.15M
  • 18. Storage Capacity Price Comparison SUN ORACLE SUN ORACLE TERADATA NETEZZA Database Database 2550 Twinfin 12 Machine SAS Machine SATA Total Disk 100 TB 336 TB 42 TB 96 TB Storage User Data 140 TB 500 TB 12.6 TB 72 TB Capacity $1,150,000 H/W $1,150,000 H/W System Price $819,000 $1,480,000 $1,680,000 S/W* $1,680,000 S/W* Price per User $20,000 $5,700 $65,000 $20,000 TB Software Partially Non- Perpetual Perpetual License Transferable Transferable * Use your existing database licenses, full list price for storage server software
  • 19. Exadata V2 Summary • Fastest Data Warehousing & OLTP Performance • Best Data Warehousing & OLTP Cost/Performance • Fault Tolerant & Scalable On-Demand
  • 20. <Insert Picture Here> John Fowler Executive Vice President Sun Microsystems
  • 21. Sun Integrated Computing Infrastructure • Compute, Storage, and Network Integration by Design • Sun FlashFire Technology Turbocharged Storage • Balanced CPU, IO, and Memory for Grid Performance • High Throughput Networking • Integrated Remote Systems Management • Designed and Tuned for Oracle
  • 22. Sun Integrated Computing Infrastructure • 176 x86 CPU cores / 352 threads • 912 GB DDR3 memory • 5.4 TB SLC Flash Storage • 336 TB SATA HDD Storage • 40 Gb/sec Network Interconnect Fabric • 14% Greater Power Efficiency
  • 23. Sun Oracle Database Server • 8 Sun Fire X4170 DB per rack • 8 CPU cores – 2x performance • 72 GB memory – 2.5x increase • Redundant HCA path to 2 switches • Fully redundant power and cooling
  • 24. Sun Oracle Exadata Storage Server • 14 Sun Fire X4275 per rack • 5x faster than conventional storage • 2x more storage capacity • Simplifies storage to eliminate complex SAN architectures • Sun FlashFire Technology turbocharges applications
  • 25. Sun FlashFire Technology Extreme Performance Accelerator • • 10x better IO response time • 5.25 Terabytes Flash per rack • 1,000,000 IOPS per rack • 20x IOPS speedup for Oracle • Integrated super caps for data retention
  • 26. InfiniBand Network High Bandwidth, Low Latency • Sun Datacenter InfiniBand Switch 36 • Fully redundant non-blocking IO paths from servers to storage • 2.88 Tb/sec bi-sectional bandwidth per switch • 40 Gb/sec QDR, Dual port QSFP per server
  • 27. Extreme Performance Exadata Powered by Sun • 20x random IO speedup –Integrated Sun FlashFire Technology • 4x IO bandwidth speedup –Integrated Sun FlashFire Technology and faster disk subsystem • 2x speedup in compute and network performance capacity