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    Oracle Exalogic X3-02 Elastic Cloud System Oracle Exalogic X3-02 Elastic Cloud System Presentation Transcript

    • Jithin Kuriakose Roll No. 27 CSE VIII KMCT College of Engg. the ORACLE EXALOGIC X3-02 ELASTIC CLOUD SYSTEM “Hardware and Software Engineered to Work together” Your Logo
    • Agenda 1 The Elastic Cloud 2 Elastic Cloud technology in an Enterprise 3 The is an example text. Go ahead – an overview This Exalogic Elastic Cloud Systemand replace it 4 Exalogic System Architecture 5 Integration with Data Centres & Exadata 6 Advantages and Disadvanatges 7 Conclusions Your Logo
    • Here We are… ✓ 1 The Elastic Cloud 2 Elastic Cloud technology in an Enterprise 3 The is an example text. Go ahead – an overview This Exalogic Elastic Cloud Systemand replace it 4 Exalogic System Architecture 5 Integration with Data Centres & Exadata 6 Advantages and Disadvantages 7 Conclusions 8 Your Logo
    • The Elastic Cloud System  Capable of handling sudden, unanticipated, and extraordinary loads  SaaS, IaaS, PaaS  elasticty is defined interms f time(1hr, 15millisecs etc)  Two types “The quantifiable ability to manage, measure, predict and adapt responsiveness of an application based on real time demands placed on an infrastructure using a combination of local and remote computing resources.”
    • Here We are… ✓ 1 The Elastic Cloud ✓ 2 Elastic Cloud technology in an Enterprise 3 The is an example text. Go ahead – an overview This Exalogic Elastic Cloud Systemand replace it 4 Exalogic System Architecture 5 Integration with Data Centres & Exadata 6 Advantages and Disadvantages 7 Conclusions 8 Your Logo
    • In an Enterprise The relevance of elastic cloud in an enterpise • • • • • enterpise needs complex & expensive IT systems to support its BP No longer needs an internal IT department, business within a business Pay as you go concept – cloud can be used to provide certain services to the employees & clients interested in private clouding ENTERPRISE SPENDINGS 300 200 2011 100 2012 0 2016 Year
    • In an Enterprise The relevance of elastic cloud in an enterpise
    • Here We are… ✓ 1 The Elastic Cloud ✓ 2 Elastic Cloud technology in an Enterprise ✓ 3 The is an example text. Go ahead – an overview This Exalogic Elastic Cloud Systemand replace it 4 Exalogic System Architecture 5 Integration with Data Centres & Exadata 6 Advantages and Disadvanatges 7 Conclusions 8 Your Logo
    • Exalogic Elastic Cloud System “Hardware and software engineered to work together” •consisting of software, firmware and hardware •enterprises may deploy Oracle business applications, Oracle Fusion Middleware etc •reliability, availability, scalability and performance •reduces costs across the application lifecycle •Easy maintenance, effort free •ORACLE - standards-based, best-of-breed component products and technologies Your own footer Your Logo
    • Engineered System vs “Piece Meal” Your own footer Your Logo
    • OVERVIEW ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Exalogic X3-02 The Hardware Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software abcd
    • OVERVIEW ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Exalogic X3-02 The Hardware Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software
    • The Hardware ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 • • • • • • • • • Standard 19” 42U rack configuration High performance disk storage High bandwidth communication channels(10GbE) Fully redundant configurations x86 Xeon / SPARC T3 processors Redundant power supplies Fast ECC DIMM Memory Two SSD‟s ORACLE Exabus & InfiniBand standards Your own footer Your Logo
    • The Software ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 • • • • • • • Most successful and pervasive implementation technology – JAVA Ideal environment for enterprise java and java based infrastructures Fusion middleware portfolio supported The next gen java server - ORACLE Weblogic suite included Weblogic Server, JRockit, HotSpot, Coherance Choice in OS – ORACLE Linux and ORACLE Solaris All applications run in above also runnable in Exalogic
    • Here We are… ✓ 1 The Elastic Cloud ✓ 2 Elastic Cloud technology in an Enterprise ✓ 3 The is an example text. Go ahead – an overview This Exalogic Elastic Cloud Systemand replace it ✓ 4 Exalogic System Architecture 5 Integration with Data Centres & Exadata 6 Advantages and Disadvantages 7 Conclusions 8 Your Logo
    • System Architecture ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 •Standard Configurations  Eighth Rack  Fourth Rack  Half Rack  Full Rack  Multiple Rack
    • Components ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 1 Exabus – The communication standard 2 x86 Computation Nodes 3 ZFS Storage Appliances 4 Management Switch 5 Linux and Solaris 6 ORACLE VM (hypervisor) 7 Exalogic Control and System Utilities
    • The Exabus ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Exabus Feature • • • • Communication I/O fabric Defining architectural feature of exalogic Based on QDR InfiniBand Integration with datacentres – 10GbE ports • Interoperablity with Ethernet based switches • RDMA through OFED™ • IPv6 support InfiniBand Features  Greatest available bandwidth (40Gb/s)  Lowets latency (1.07μs)  Reliable delivery  High security and QoS  Supports upper-stack protoocols IP(IPoIB) and Ethernet (EoIB)
    • Exabus Traffic Director ORACLE Exalogic X3-02
    • Exabus Traffic Director ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 1 2 High Availability High Performance & Flexible Routing 3 Controlling the request load and QoS 4 Security, Monitoring & Integration with Weblogic Server     periodic health checks regular back-up servers failover load balancing dynamic reconfiguration
    • Exabus Traffic Director ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 1 High Availability 2 High Performance & Flexible Routing 3 Controlling the request load and QoS 4 Security, Monitoring & Integration with Weblogic Server  SSL/TLS offloading  Content caching  HTTP compression  request based routing  request rate acceleration  connection limiting
    • Exabus Traffic Director ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 1 High Availability 2 High Performance & Flexible Routing 3 Controlling the request load and QoS 4 Security, Monitoring & Integration with Weblogic Server  request rate limiting  quality of service tuning
    • Exabus Traffic Director ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 1 High Availability 2 High Performance & Flexible Routing 3 4 Controlling the request load and QoS Security, Monitoring & Integration with Weblogic Server  Reverse proxy  SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0 support  periodic recording of activities  Designed to work with weblogic server
    • Exalogic Storage ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 • Stores application binaries, logs, contents to execute • Two physically separate storage heads (active/standby) • Read & write caches – two solid state memories • Many SCSI disks to a single ZFS cluster
    • Compute Nodes ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Each node contain: - • two Intel Xeon/SPARC T3 multi core processors • High speed error correcting RAM • Solid state disk drives (RAID) • Redundant fans & power supplies • Dual port InfiniBand Host Channel Adaptor(HCA)
    • Compute Nodes ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Each node contain: - • two Intel Xeon/SPARC T3 multi core processors • High speed error correcting RAM • Solid state disk drives (RAID) • Redundant fans & power supplies • Dual port InfiniBand Host Channel Adaptor(HCA)
    • Operating Systems ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 • ORACLE linux unbreakable enterprise kernel • no changes in existing linux applications ORACLE LINUX ORACLE SOLARIS • ORACLE Solaris 11 • Zones – kernel level server virtualization technology • Solaris 10 applications also supported
    • ORACLE VM (hypervisor) ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 • Sub-divide a physical compute node into multiple vServers • SR-IOV : Single Root I/O Virtualization • Application running vServers need special drivers • Advantage of the method
    • Here We are… ✓ 1 The Elastic Cloud ✓ 2 Elastic Cloud technology in an Enterprise ✓ 3 The is an example text. Go ahead – an overview This Exalogic Elastic Cloud Systemand replace it ✓ 4 Exalogic System Architecture ✓ 5 Integration with Data Centres & Exadata 6 Advantages and Disadvantages 7 Conclusions 8 Your Logo
    • Integration ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 • To any devices using 10GbE connectivity • Internal technology – InfiniBand, external ordinary 10GbE • Exadata + Exalogic (InfiniBand supported) • • • • • Hardware firewalls Storage systems Databases Load balancers Other ORACLE products
    • Integration ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Your own footer Your Logo
    • Here We are… ✓ 1 The Elastic Cloud ✓ 2 Elastic Cloud technology in an Enterprise ✓ 3 The is an example text. Go ahead – an overview This Exalogic Elastic Cloud Systemand replace it ✓ 4 Exalogic System Architecture ✓ 5 Integration with Data Centres & Exadata ✓ 6 7 Advantages and Disadvantages Conclusions 8 Your Logo
    • Advantages ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Extreme Java Performance High Application Responsiveness Application Capacity Database Communication Fast set-up and efficient operation Foundation For Mission Critical Cloud  Designed to work with weblogic server
    • Advantages ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Extreme Java Performance High Application Responsiveness Application Capacity Database Communication Fast set-up and efficient operation Foundation For Mission Critical Cloud  Designed to work with weblogic server
    • Advantages ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Extreme Java Performance High Application Responsiveness Application Capacity Database Communication Fast set-up and efficient operation Foundation For Mission Critical Cloud  Designed to work with weblogic server
    • Advantages ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Extreme Java Performance High Application Responsiveness Application Capacity Database Communication Fast set-up and efficient operation Foundation For Mission Critical Cloud  Designed to work with weblogic server
    • Advantages ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Extreme Java Performance High Application Responsiveness Application Capacity Database Communication Fast set-up and efficient operation Foundation For Mission Critical Cloud  Designed to work with weblogic server
    • Advantages ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 Extreme Java Performance High Application Responsiveness Application Capacity Database Communication Fast set-up and efficient operation Foundation For Mission Critical Cloud  Designed to work with weblogic server
    • Disadvantages ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 • • • • • • • • Few experts are doubtful – Is Exalogic elastic? Concept of box is not suited for elasticity No scaling back performed Scalability option is only for storage racks, not for cores & RAMS Locked in to one vendors platform – ORACLE Locks buyers in to a vareity of ORACLE technology (Fusion, JRockit, HotSpot) High cost for support contracts No control over price
    • Here We are… ✓ 1 The Elastic Cloud ✓ 2 Elastic Cloud technology in an Enterprise ✓ 3 The is an example text. Go ahead – an overview This Exalogic Elastic Cloud Systemand replace it ✓ 4 Exalogic System Architecture ✓ 5 Integration with Data Centres & Exadata ✓ 6 ✓ 7 Advantages and Disadvantages Conclusions 8 Your Logo
    • CONCLUSIONS ORACLE Exalogic X3-02 “Oracle Exalogic is an engineered hardware and software system designed to provide the ideal private cloud platform for Oracle„s Fusion Middleware and business application platform for By deployingapplicationsElastic Cloud, enterprises can Oracle Exalogic and third party applications” • Accelerate time-to-value by eliminating uncertainity, complexity & effort across the application and infrastructure development life cycle • Improve ROI and IT investment by reducing CAPEX & OPEX • Increase the perfromance and efficiency for exsiting Linux, Solaris & Java Applications Your own footer • Improve application & infrastructure Your Logo
    • ANY CLARIFICATION S…?
    • REFERENCES [1] Michael Palmeter, Sanjeev Sharma, ORACLE Exalogic Elastic Cloud: System Overview. An ORACLE Whitepaper, November 2012 [2] Mike Piech, Michael Palmeter, Mike Lehmann. ORACLE Exalogic Elastic Cloud : A Brief Introduction. An ORACLE Whitepaper, March 2011 [3] Steve Callahan, Ola Torudbakken, ORACLE Exalogic Cloud : Datacenter Network Integration. An ORACLE Whitepaper, November 2011 [4] Joel Weise, ORACLE Exalogic Security. An ORACLE Whitepaper, June 2012 [5] What Oracle Solaris Brings to Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud. An ORACLE Whitepaper, November 2011
    • THANK YOU… Your Logo