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  • Note: This presentation was designed for 30-45 min time frames, watch your time if you only have 30 mins or drop slides to make the time work.
  • Standard Oracle safe harbor statement
  • There are many terms that customers use to describe what they want out of their next data center, these terms define expectations from their future state or the tools and technologies they will use to build this future state. Touch on a few terms that are relevant for your particular event.
  • This slides sets up the two main sections of the presentation, the text explains the concepts, there are two main paths customers embark on when doing a data center transformation, custom design or one designed from existing building blocks. These two architectures are not exclusive and the same customer may implement both approaches in their environment to solve for different problems.
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  • To help you increase your business agility, Oracle has a complete set of products, integrated to transform your data center and take you to the next stage in your strategy to create an efficient data center.Since you are already familiar with our servers, storage and OS, we will focus on the data center fabric, which connects your servers and storage together. Data center fabric, virtual networking, software defined networks (SDN) are all in the same familt of products and services that allow customer to connect and manage their date center infrastructure more efficiently.
  • Network fabric is an industry term that describes a network topology in which components pass data to each other through a meshed switching environment where every element can be easily connected to any other elementThe word fabric is used as a metaphor to illustrate the idea that if a data center architect were to draw network components and their relationships on paper, the lines would weave back and forth so densely that the diagram would resemble a woven piece of cloth.
  • Industry’s first open architecture data center fabric:We support Oracle SPARC servers and x86 systems, including x86 servers from major vendors;hypervisors (VMware, Microsoft HyperV, Red Hat KVM), native OS (Windows, Oracle Solaris, OracleLinux), Oracle VM.Fastest Data Center Fabric:4x faster than competitors (4x server link speed): We use 40Gb bandwidth per server link connection vs. our competitor’s 10Gb.Up to 19x faster VM migrations: We boost application performance and management flexibility by dynamically connecting virtual machines (VMs) and servers to networks, storage devices, and other VMs, allowing you to get up to 19 times faster VM migration.Half the cost of Cisco UCS solutions: (Oracle Virtual Networking + Oracle x86 servers + Virtualization layers) is half the cost of (Cisco UCS + VMware solution)Many customers have seen 50% or more cost savings with OVN. Deployed by hundreds of enterprise customers in mission-critical environment.One-stop Support: Integrated support from applications to infrastructure. So no matter where the problem is in the Oracle red stack, you make one call to Oracle for all your support needs. We can deliver a much higher quality of support and a better overall SLA.
  • Conventional I/O  Expensive, complex… and impossible to change once done.Convergence means:Consolidating infrastructure  70% less complexityAny-to-any connectivity  Take one wire and make it do the job of many  More efficiency and more flexibility.
  • Oracle Virtual Networking delivers complete fabric infrastructure for the data center. OVN simplifies complex data center deployments with a wire-once solution and simple software-defined network configuration. Oracle Virtual Networking (OVN) products offer solutions to challenges we discussed earlier:OVN consolidates server connectivity and reduces the number of devices by up to 70%.OVN virtualizes the data center infrastructure with the ‘private virtual interconnect’ in Oracle SDN, allowing connection from any VM or server to other VMs, servers, network and storage devices.OVN enables you to add more services quickly by providing a data center infrastructure that is simple to deploy and easy to reconfigure for your cloud deployments.You get predictable performance for mission-critical applications with our granular QoS controls for network and storage access.We also provide security in multi-tenant Cloud environment, so you can protect your customers’ sensitive data.
  • The Oracle Virtual Networking product family consists of 4 major elements. One is the hardware that you see on the top left of the picture here, which are the Oracle Fabric Interconnect boxes. You can select between the 4U-high system with 15 I/O module slots and the 2U-high system with 4 I/O module slots.There is a management software element, which is called Oracle Fabric Manager, shown on top right of the slide. It consolidates I/O management across thousands of servers to a single console, providing complete control of your data center fabric. You log in and you can basically manage the entire infrastructure from a single pane of glass.Going clockwise, bottom right of the slide shows the performance monitoring product called Oracle Fabric Monitor, which allows you to get a consolidated reporting view of data traffic usage across every virtual NIC, virtual HBA, every port, and every chassis that you have in your infrastructure. Finally, the Oracle SDN software allows you to take servers and bind them to each other using private L2 networks and getting extremely fast application performance, such as VM migration.
  • Oracle Virtual Networking provides a converged solution, which means that you can put Ethernet and fibre channel on the same wire. But that does not mean that you compromise. Because the fabric is lossless and highly reliable, those fibre channel frames are guaranteed to deliver from the server into the fibre channel fabric in the same manner as if you have a native HBA device on the host. You get full line rate on any packet flows.Oracle Virtual Networking has been proven to be an enterprise solution. There are over 300 customers worldwide using this product family.
  • (Notes: this slide has builds. There are detailed speaker notes to explain the slide. Please continue to read the speaker notes on the next page, which is marked as ‘Hide’ in Slideshow mode).If you look at the world today, this is the picture, right? Every server has its own network adapters, its own storage adapters. This architecture is inflexible and not scalable. It does not allow you to make changes to the architecture easily. With Oracle Virtual Networking, we can get rid of those network devices and storage devices you have on the server. Instead every server is connected with a one-time point-to-point, high-speed, high bandwidth, extremely low latency link into these two hardware boxes you see in the middle of the picture, which are called the Oracle Fabric Interconnects. And the reason we show two boxes, instead of one, is that this architecture gives you high availability.Now what you do is install some drivers on every server, and the two Oracle Fabric Interconnects will contain all your network adapters and storage adapters. In this picture, you see that each one of those Fabric Interconnects has four I/O module devices in the bottom. So those are the devices that connect into your 1 Gig or 10 Gig Ethernet fabrics or into your 8 Gig fibre channel fabric. And what we do is we take a single 8 Gig fibre channel port for example, bind into a switch, and we virtualize that port. We make that port look like 64 fibre channel HBA devices. Similarly, if we take a 10 Gig Ethernet link, bind it into a switch port and we make that one 10 Gig link look like 128 Ethernet NIC devices. So essentially these two fabric interconnect boxes that you see in the middle contain all your network adapters and storage adapters for a rack or two of servers. Once the systems are installed and set up, you never have to go in and touch the server again. Using our management software, you can simply go and add as many network ports or storage ports you need on any one of the servers that are bound into this fabric. For example, you are running Oracle virtual machine on that server in the left of the picture and you need to install 12 Ethernet devices and 4 fibre channel devices. You simply go into the Oracle Fabric Manager console and you say, give this server 12 Ethernet NICs and 4 fabric channel HBAs. They show up on the host and the beauty of the solution is that as far as the server is concerned, it is as if somebody has gone in and plugged in 12 Ethernet adapters and 4 fibre channel adapters. So, they look and function and behave just like native adapters.
  • Situation:Bluelock is an enterprise cloud hosting provider and is one of only a handful of companies certified by VMware to offer VMware vCloud Datacenter Services, a service that VMware calls an “IT revolution for millions of existing datacenter applications.” With Bluelock, clients can fluidly migrate their VMware-based applications to Virtual Datacenters hosted in the public cloud. Bluelock Virtual Datacenters help companies get started with projects quickly, while delivering the freedom to change their minds as IT needs evolve.Challenges:The first was to reduce infrastructure complexity. Bluelock’s director of IT commented: “To our clients, our service is all about flexible capacity. It’s essential that we respond quickly to their changing needs, so our infrastructure must be adaptable and scalable.” Traditional server I/O did not meet this goal. Every server needed 10 physical I/O connections, and for every 500 virtual machines deployed there were 50 network devices. This resulted in complexity that reduced flexibility and increased cost. Furthermore, because it was hard to find and fix trouble spots, it became increasingly difficult to meet their aggressive uptime objectives.The second challenge was to decrease the time required to migrate a virtual machine from one host to another. With traditional I/O it took 60 to 120 seconds per VM, which meant that it could take hours just to evacuate all of the VMs from a host and to then move them back. In day-to-day operations, this duration limited the number of virtual machines that could reside on a single server, which in turn limited the efficiency of the overall environment.The third challenge was change management.Traditional I/O not only added cost and complexity but also made it very difficult to add I/O capability or new resources. Any modifications that required  infrastructure changes were time consuming, thus increasing the total cost of adding new capacity or services. 
  • Solutions:Using Oracle Virtual Networking, Bluelock got a significantly simplified infrastructure, requiring just 2 I/O cables per server rather than 8. The OVN solution also reduced the number of I/O cards per server from 4 to 1, and slashed the number of network devices needed. “The number of virtual machines we can host per network device has now increased from 10 per device to 400 per device,” per the IT Director.a vMotion event now takes just 20 seconds per virtual machine, rather than 60 to 120 seconds, due to the high-throughput server-to-server communications that OVN enables. Fast migration allows Bluelock to evacuate servers far more quickly, which allows the company to run more VMs per server and still meet customer SLAs. Because new servers can be added with just two cables, capacity expansion is accelerated, reducing the need to add capital equipment far in advance of demand.  And because configuration changes can be accomplished entirely in software, resources can now be re-assigned in minutes. That means Bluelock can quickly accommodate the needs of their largest customers. Configuration agility has also allowed Bluelock to streamline services such as outsourced disaster recovery. With OVN, it is possibleto quickly replicate a customer’s own environment for rapid failover. Results:40X more usable bandwidth per server 17X more virtual machines per hardware device8X greater virtual machine capacity, etc…
  • Section divider slide, sets up the second section of the presentation using engineered systems with a focus on OVCA to deliver dynamic data center services with converged infrastructure systems
  • The days of rack and stack computing are rapidly coming to an end, the traditional method of the customer as the prime integrator, lead R&D consultant and ongoing change manager are decreasing in their value to the business. The business wants IT to be great at delivering timely services and providing a flexible environment for the business to explore new sources of revenue or better ways to serve their customers. The only large segment of IT spending that is growing is converged infrastructure, customers are using converged infrastructure (also known as integrates systems or integrated infrastructure) to shift the R&D and integration spend from their books back to their vendors. CI provides many great customer advantages in creating a building block architecture for a dynamic data center.
  • Oracle have been delivering Ci systems before the term converged infrastructure was adopted by the market, we started off with the premise that we could build and integrated HW & SW system that could run the oracle data base better, faster and cheaper than any other system on the market. This became exadata, our longest running and most successful engineered system. In the market definition of CI, you need to have, servers, storage, networking and management in a single package. All of the systems in our ES portfolio fit into the CI market. Until this year all of out engineered systems were purpose build for a specific application or set of workloads (focus on a couple relevant to your event) in August of 2013 we announced a new type of engineered system, one that was targeted at a broad set of workloads across the data center core and that could be use as a true building block for a dynamic data center implementation. This new system is called the Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance and it’s complimentary to the other engineered systems and can run all of the workloads that don’t fit into a specific purpose exa or supercluster system.
  • The core value of OVCA is ease of use and accelerating the deployment of customers services. The system is very simple to use, just turn on one of the management servers, it boots up the rest of the rack, checks firmware, installs virtualization software, provisions storage and networking and delivers a platform to customers that they can begin provisioning their applications in under an hour. In our launch video our SVP of development had the complete infrastructure up and configured with a oracle 12c data base deployed in about 52 minutes. This is accomplished with the built in software defined network, advanced orchestration software and oracle templates
  • The virtual compute appliance is able to run all the common workloads you have in your existing data center and is a great platform to base your new dynamic data center designs around. It can run most versions of linux and includes licenses for Oracle Linux, all recent versions of windows and is microsoft virtualization certified as well as Solaris applications that run on an x86 platform. This slide is a build
  • Overview slide of the inside of OVCA, don’t spend much time on the internal components, the value is in the integration. That said all of the components have been deployed in large scale cloud environments so all the elements that make up OVCA have already been battle tested and perform to the most stringent SLAs our customers have.
  • One of the unique features in OVCA is the build in SDN or software defined network, this delivers a system that never needs physical changes to add new networks, reconfigure networks or connect networks, this covers all IP networking and storage networking for an extremely flexible system that allows for many different types of application workloads to be deployed on the same box and for customer to move work load around their systems as their needs change. The system also includes hardware for future expandability that will be delivered through software updates. The system is fully pre cabled so even if you don’t start with a full rack configuration expansion is as simple as sliding in a new compute node and attaching a few cables that are already in the rack.
  • Customer that want to deploy a larger data center environment using OVCA and other engineered and best of breed oracle systems can use Oracle Enterprise manager to orchestrate the management and provisioning of all of their system. EM provides all of the virtual machine and application provisioning as well as cloud functions for self service and metering and chargeback. This optional but very powerful tool is essential for anyone leveraging multiple types of oracle infrastructure in their data center.
  • The Oracle templates and virtual assembly builder are key technologies in OVCA that allow you to deploy Oracle applications and applications efficiently and repeatably. Oracle creates templates for over 100 different Oracle software products so customer can save the basic setup and deployment time event time they need to create a new instance of the SW. The templates and assemblies are also open and extensible, for example if you deploy a custom application every time you deploy RAC, just start with our RAC template and add your SW to it to create your own master template.
  • At Oracle, we always knew that Oracle VM Templates can save significantly on deployment time.To validate this, we commissioned the Evaluator Group to conduct a test in their independent labs using only publicly available Oracle documentations.In this lab validation, the Evaluator Group deployed a 2 node Oracle Real Cluster using Oracle VM templates.The group also deployed the 2 node cluster Oracle RAC on VMware vSphere.The resulting time savings was 10x with Oracle VM taking about 3 and a quarter hours vs. with VMware vSphere taking over 39 hours.
  • Slide covers most of the points in the bullets, the key take aways here is that expansion is simple, need more compute add more nodes, need more storage, we can connect to any existing or new storage to increase the data storage needed to support your OVCA deployment
  • OVCA systems come with a ZFS Storage Appliance to manage their internal data, boot images, etc., but what about the large amounts of data that you need to access to run applications on your virtual machines?Oracle’s ZFS Storage Appliance is ideal for that too. It is co-engineered with OVCA to maximize performance and efficiency while at the same time reducing deployment risk and TCO. As an Application Engineered Storage expansion to OVA, ZFS offers these capabilities:Extremely high throughput for any type of applications and workloads you are running on your VMs. It has optimizations for IOPS-intensive workloads like OLTP databases, and for bandwidth-driven workloads like data warehousing, BI Analytics, and video processing. And it’s powerful enough to concurrently run a diverse set of workloads.You will also have to work hard to run out of capacity with the ZFS Storage Appliance. It comes in multiple sizes with raw capacities for application and database data that expand from 20TB to over 2.6PBThe ZFS Storage Appliance also comes with the world’s best storage analytics, which allow you to visualize and drill down into specific workloads to understand where bottlenecks occur and why. It can even allow you to examine and manage the storage aspects of OVCA environments all the way down to the VM level.And finally, the ZFS Storage Appliance has the core Application Engineered Storage features since it is co-developed together with other Oracle hardware and software to deliver specific capabilities not available in third-party storage systems. For instance, it reduces risk by automating storage management from Oracle Database and having fewer storage systems to integrate and manage, by providing leadership fault-monitoring and self-healing capabilities, and by simplifying setup and management with DTrace Storage Analytics. It reduces complexity because its large memory and cache- based architecture is more efficient in serving the I/O from large virtualized environments, and unique features like Hybrid Columnar Compression reduce the amount of storage needed for data warehouses built using Oracle Database. And, it enables you to lower TCO because you need fewer systems that cost less and are easier to manage.When you add all of this up, the ZFS Storage Appliance with its intelligent caching gives you the IO performance of Flash but with the cost and scalability of Disk-based storage solutions.
  • Wrap 1 of the presentation, recap what’s great about OVCA and the rest of the engineered system family of products
  • Wrap 2 of the presentation, Call to action, get started now, there are newer technologies and systems that can help form the base of your dynamic data center, don’t just buy what you always have, investigate your options and question what you really need to build vs buy as a solution.
  • "Deploying a Dynamic Data Center" - Karol Płuciennik, Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle Polska

    1. 1. Deploying a Dynamic Data Center Karol Płuciennik Principal Sales Consultant 1 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    2. 2. The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle. 2 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    3. 3. Top CIO Priorities Include Cloud, Legacy Modernization and Virtualization Top Business Priorities Increasing Enterprise Growth 2. Delivering operational results 3. Reducing enterprise costs 4. Attracting and retaining new customers 5. Improving IT applications and infrastructure 6. Creating new products and services 7. Improving efficiency 8. Attracting and retaining the workforce 9. Implementing analytics and big data 10. Expanding into new markets and geographies 1. Top Technology Priorities Analytics and business intelligence 2. Mobile technologies 3. Cloud computing (SaaS, IaaS, PaaS) 4. Collaboration technologies (workflow) 5. Legacy modernization 6. IT management 7. CRM 8. Virtualization 9. Security 10. ERP Applications 1. Source: Gartner Executive Program Survey of 2,000+ CIOs Worldwide (January 2013) 3 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    4. 4. What Is a Dynamic Data Center? Private Cloud SDN Converged Infrastructure Rapid Provisioning Virtualization Networking Integrated Infrastructure Self Service Engineered Systems 4 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Servers Storage Resource Pools
    5. 5. Deploying a Dynamic Data Center 2 Common Options to Start from Deploy a Custom Dynamic Data Center  Pros: Increased flexibility, wider range of systems, multi-architecture  Cons: Integration time, multi vendor support, management complexity Deploy a Dynamic Data Center with Converged Infrastructure Systems  Pros: Time to market, easy to maintain, lower integration costs  Cons: Fewer configuration options, one systems architecture 5 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    6. 6. Deploying a Custom Dynamic Data Center 6 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    7. 7. Elements of a Dynamic Data Center Operating Systems, Hypervisors Server Fabric Storage Next Stage in Data Center Efficiency Integrated to transform your data center 7 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    8. 8. What Is Data Center Fabric? Industry Definition  A set of compute, storage, memory and I/O components joined through a fabric interconnect and the software to configure and manage them Networks Storage Oracle’s Data Center Fabric  Connecting to any server, any storage and any network  Virtualizes your storage and network infrastructure by defining connectivity in software Benefits  Reconfigure your resources quickly  Reduce infrastructure complexity (fewer cards, fewer cables, easier management) 8 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Data Center Fabric Similar to Cloth Fabric
    9. 9. Why Oracle for Data Center Fabric? Enterprise Customers Fastest and Open Data Center Fabric Cost Savings  Industry’s First Open Architecture Data Center Fabric – Supporting SPARC and x86 systems – Broadest support for OS and Hypervisors  Fastest Data Center Fabric 50% – Up to 4x faster than competitors – Up to 19x faster VM migrations 9 Less than competitive solutions One-Stop Support Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Mission-Critical Deployments
    10. 10. Fabric Reduces Complexity Without OVN 10 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. With OVN
    11. 11. Oracle Virtual Networking Delivers: Complete Fabric Infrastructure for the Data Center Bare Metal Servers Virtualized Servers Oracle Virtual Networking Oracle Virtual Networking Reduces Infrastructure Complexity by 70% 11 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    12. 12. Oracle Virtual Networking Product Family Oracle Fabric Interconnect Oracle SDN 12 Oracle Fabric Manager Oracle Fabric Monitor Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    13. 13. Converged Data Center Fabric without Forklift Upgrade PHYSICAL HOST • Fibre Channel + Ethernet traffic • Lossless, highlyreliable fabric • Full line rate • Enterprise accepted & proven Ethernet Highly reliable fabric LAN 13 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Network “A” FC Standard FC Silicon SAN
    14. 14. OracleMigrate Connectivity Virtual Networking Resources to OS or Hypervisor: Oracle Close Add Up Run any vNIC vNIC vNIC on Demand vHBA Connect vHBA any Server to any Network and Storage Solaris, Linux & OVM, RHEL, Live Servers vNIC vHBA vNIC vNIC vHBA MS Windows & Hyper-V, VMware QoS Controls for Add Application Predictableisolated networks on demand Performance PCI 14 BU DMZ Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle Fabric Up to 80 Gb/s Interconnect Per Server • Two cables • Wire once Prod FC FC iSCSI NAS
    15. 15. Bluelock Needed Adaptable and Faster Infrastructure Situation  Enterprise cloud hosting provider, one of only a handful of companies certified to offer “VMware vCloud® Datacenter Services”  Clients can fluidly migrate their VMware-based applications to Virtual Datacenters hosted in the public cloud  Clients can get started with projects quickly and enjoy the freedom to change their minds as IT needs evolve 15 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Challenges  Increasing infrastructure complexity: – Every server needed 10 physical I/O connections – 50 network devices required to deploy every 500 virtual machines  Evacuation of all the VMs takes hours, limiting the number of VMs that could reside on a single server  Modifications to add new capability or new resources were time consuming VM VM VM
    16. 16. Bluelock Achieved 40X more Usable Bandwidth per Server with Virtualization VM Solutions  Oracle Virtual Networking significantly simplified infrastructure  High throughput server-to-server communications enable faster vMotion event  Configuration changes can be made entirely in software, allowing resources to be reassigned in minutes  Wire-once environment streamlines disaster recovery services 16 Results  40X more usable bandwidth per server  17X more VMs per hardware device  8X greater virtual machine capacity  97.5% fewer network devices  66% less I/O cabling  Lower power consumption and improved uptime Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. VM VM
    17. 17. Deploying a Dynamic Data Center with Converged Infrastructure Systems 17 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    18. 18. Oracle Systems Unleash Business Potential Converged Infrastructure Systems Unlock Time and Resources Traditional Infrastructure Converged Infrastructure  Factory integrated  Simple connections  Lengthy integration  Hundreds of connections  Exponential complexity 18 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.  Designed for reliability and ease of management
    19. 19. Oracle’s Engineered Systems Portfolio Leadership in the Converged Infrastructure Market Exadata Exalogic Database Appliance 19 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Big Data Appliance SuperCluster Exalytics NEW! Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance
    20. 20. The Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance From Power on to Production in About an Hour  Pre-built system, ready to use with minimal setup  Removes the integration risk for deploying infrastructure  Integrated application provisioning with pre-built templates  Fully virtualized system with built in software defined networking for ultimate flexibility 20 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    21. 21. Run Virtually Any Application on OVCA Consolidate Older Workloads and Deploy New Services Fast 21 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    22. 22. Integrated Hardware Accelerates Time to Value Compute Infrastructure  Scalable from 2-25 nodes  6.4TB aggregate memory drives VM density Compute Nodes  Supports any Linux, Solaris and Windows applications Network Infrastructure  High speed low latency networking between all components  Fully configured fabric networking, no setup required  Integrates with existing Ethernet and storage networks Management Infrastructure Fabric Interconnect InfiniBand Expansion Ethernet Switch InfiniBand Expansion Networking Fabric Interconnect Compute Nodes  Pre-configured, redundant management servers  Oracle virtual assembly builder and templates included  ZFS storage system for high performance virtual storage 22 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Management Nodes Management Storage Management
    23. 23. Integrated Software Defined Networking Wire Once Infrastructure  Connect any VM dynamically to any IO resource  Prewired for simplicity, add compute nodes on demand Increased Application Flexibility  Deploy and grow applications as your needs change  Dramatic improvement in app to app communication Software Upgradable System  Appliance features added as SW, no HW changes needed  System managed as a singe resource to patch and upgrade 23 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Software Defined Network
    24. 24. Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance Management • OVCA controller software • Power-on, install, and configure… • Servers • Virtual networking • Included ZFS Storage Hardware related functions • Inserts all servers in an Oracle VM server pool • Performs periodic back-up of OVCA configuration • Dual, redundant management nodes with automatic failover • On-going management: • GUI for at-a-glance hardware status monitoring • 24 • Oracle VM Mgr Software Orchestrate SW + HW updates Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Controller software Orchestrated hardware bring-up Bring Up • On-going monitoring Hardware discovery / provisioning • Config Chgs • Health • Servers • Network devices • Storage • OVM pool default
    25. 25. Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Cloud Management Capabilities Self-Service Provisioning Metering and Chargeback Policy-Driven Resource Management Multiple Instances 25 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Capacity Planning (Optional) Assembly Packaging
    26. 26. Rapid Infrastructure AND Application Deployment Create VMs with Ready-to-Run Oracle VM Templates/Assemblies  Simple example: Oracle Linux VM [~1 minute]  Complex example: Oracle RAC cluster with 16 nodes [~45 minutes] Oracle VM Assembly Production Environment: OVCA SOA_PROD_1 Deployed: Production Environment Server SOA_PROD_1 Pool 1 SOA_PROD_1 VM VM Download WebLogic Server VM VM VM Deploy Management Nodes DB VM Deployment Policies Configuration Metadata Pre-installed, Pre-configured, Ready to Run VMs Containing Applications 26 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    27. 27. Oracle Templates Accelerate Application Deployment Deploy Oracle RAC 10x Faster than VMware vSphere Deploy E-Business Suite 7x Faster than VMware vSphere Oracle RAC 11g 2-node Cluster Install time E-Business Suite 2.1.1 2-node Cluster Install time 39.75 vSphere 5 3.75 Oracle VM 0 15.25 vSphere 5 2.25 Oracle VM 20 40 Hours 60 0 5 10 Hours Source: Evaluator Group Lab Validation: “Oracle VM – Quantifying The Value of Application-Driven Virtualization” 27 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 15 20
    28. 28. Easy, Linear Expansion and Integration  Base configuration: 2 compute nodes for hosting VMs  Expand by adding any number of individual compute nodes – Up to 25 total  No cable hassles: Pre-cabled for all 25 nodes from the factory – IB and Ethernet pulled-up to each rack space whether populated or not – Easy expansion: Just push-in new compute nodes and connect cables  Easily connects to any existing Ethernet network  Expand storage by simplify connecting to any NAS or iSCSI array 28 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    29. 29. Oracle’s ZS3 Storage Appliance Application Engineered Storage Expansion for OVCA Environments  High-throughput for 1000s of VMs  Optimized for IOPS, throughput, and file sharing workloads  High-availability  Co-engineered with OVCA, Oracle Database, and Oracle Apps – Reduced risk – Reduced complexity – Lower TCO  The performance of Flash with the cost of disk 29 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. ZFS Storage Appliance
    30. 30. Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance  Focus more time on strategic operations and less time plugging cables and installation  A more agile business… – Deploy infrastructure hardware faster – Deploy applications faster  Fits into your data center easily – New- or existing storage – Run any Linux, Solaris and Windows applications 30 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    31. 31. Next Steps  Decide which dynamic data center model is right for you – Custom, pre-built, Hybrid  Explore how data center fabric and SDN can transform your data center  Look at converged infrastructure/engineered systems to accelerate your move to a dynamic data center  Get Started Now 31 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
    32. 32. 32 Copyright © 2013, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.