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  • The Data Mart was running faster than necessary and gobbling up too many resources. By slowing it down we were able to significantly improve the performance of the other workloads.Note that the red bars are exactly the same results as slide 18, except the vertical scale is different, due to the extreme performance of the Data Mart without resource management.
  • When the workloads are run in combination with all the Exadata features enabled we return to near baseline performance.
  • Garmin public video
  • Approved via Bob Dunsby and Vocalink, per below.Martin is happy with the quote below however a couple of points1) Processing is in Krona  which is 1Euro to 9 Krona, however whatever currency you measure this in its billions.2) I am unsure how many batches they run in a day but even at 1 we must be looking at some thing in the region of  $500M per day. (Martin is going to comeback on that though)Many thanksBob.Our critical electronic payments service  has been live on Exadata since early 2011 with 100% uptime.  The service reliably processed the transfer of billions of Euros in the last year and achieved subsecond response times for online enquiresAnswers to questions. 1.       Peak transaction volumesWe have processed a peak of 15 million items for Direct Debits and 1.5 million items for Credits. These are load processing see 6.2.      Did transaction response time improve when you went to Exa, It was more that the Webservices online queries where not affected by the projected uplift of peak items to 20 million items3. SLA       Yes 99.99 for the Availability – this does not include planned downtime.4.       Versions11.2.0.2 BP17 and 11.2.2.3.55. Response time breakdown       We haven’t actually broke in down as the measurement for response time is always measured at the outbound point.6.  Max transaction rates      The system has been tested to the theoretical 20 million items for a processing cycle – this has various SLA’s for the different phases but critically this has to be completed within 60 mins.7.      Transaction Euro/$/Krona Not sure at the moment, i will try and get the details for you
  • Engineered Systems enforce standardization and built-in best practices. They support all workloads so you can address all needs with a small set of systems. Because all customers run the same configurations, you benefit from anything we discover anywhere.
  • This phase will leverage the database features that were deployed in the consolidation phase. What’s new will be management tools (e.g. for metering and chargeback) and the use of dynamic services (e.g. QoS on engineered systems). Agility = SLAs vs. “how much cpu do I have”
  • Intel Xeon Processors are at the heart of the complete family of Exadata Machines

„Drive Database as a Service with Oracle Exadata” George Bourmas, DB Sales Consulting Team Leader, Oracle „Drive Database as a Service with Oracle Exadata” George Bourmas, DB Sales Consulting Team Leader, Oracle Presentation Transcript

  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.1
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.2 Drive Database as a Service with Oracle Exadata X3 George Bourmas DB Sales Consulting Team Leader In association with
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.3 Definition  A self-service computing environment offering the ability to create, consume and pay for database services  Computing resources are elastically supplied from a shared pool and charged based on metered use  Service catalogs provide a menu of options and service levels Database as a Service (DBaaS)
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.4 DBaaS Example: End-Users Manufacturing Marketing Human Resources Engineering Sales Service IT/Operations Finance & Accounting DBaaS Challenges  Many Databases of all Sizes  Unpredictable Volumes  Mixed Workloads OLTP / Web Commerce Reports / Ad hoc Queries Data Loads / Backups / Batch Jobs Data Marts / Warehouses Development / Test Upgrades / Maintenance  Outages are Costly  Security is Mandatory
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.5 DBaaS Example: Users & Service Catalogs Apps QA Project Mgr Apps IT Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c DB Cloud Self-Service Portal I need a new table to track our upcoming campaign I need a database for the new HR system I need to copy a production database for testing We need the best performance so we can reply in real time I’m willing to pay for near-continuous availability The cheapest configuration is fine. This is just for testing
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.6 Database as a Service: Primary Drivers IOUG Cloud Computing Survey (2011) Save capital costs through consolidation Save operational costs through standardization Greater control over security and privacy Showback or Chargeback Faster time to market for new application deployment 63% 54% 39% 37% 33%
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.7 DBaaS Goals  Lower Computing Costs – Resource Pooling – Service Standardization  Faster Pace of Business – On-Demand Database Self-Provisioning – Minimal IT Involvement  Flexibility & Accountability – Dynamic Resource Assignment – Pay for Metered Use
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.8 Exadata Features  Pre-Built & Optimized  Scalable Capacity  Workload Prioritization  Continuous Availability  Maximum Security Exadata Opportunity: Ideal DBaaS Platform DBaaS Challenges  Many Databases of all Sizes  Unpredictable Volumes  Mixed Workloads OLTP / Web Commerce Reports / Ad hoc Queries Data Loads / Backups / Batch Jobs Data Marts / Warehouses Development / Test Upgrades / Maintenance  Outages are Costly  Security is Mandatory
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.9 Saving Operational Costs Reduced Total Admin Effort 0 50 100 Exadata Traditional Database Storage O/S Hardware & Network Source - UK Manageability Solutions Survey 2011 * Customer Forum March 2012 •Overall reduction in admin effort for Exadata compared to non-Exdatata systems Oracle systems. •Most of the reductions relate to management of non-database components •DBA work becomes proportionately more of the total DBA’s are the key resource. Starwood Resorts DMA team find Exadata 23% cheaper to manage *
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.10 “Instead of having to select and pull together a multilayered technology stack, it is all embedded and integrated within the fabric of the device." Todd Kimbriel Director, eGovernment, Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) Pre-Built and Optimized
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.11 Oracle Exadata Database Machine  High standardization  Optimized performance for mixed workloads – Built-in encryption and compression  Extreme consolidation – 3x CPU oversubscription with storage offload  Advanced Resource and SLA Management – Quality of Service Management – I/O resource management  Extreme scalability with no downtime – Design for unpredictable workloads Extreme capacity for DBaaS
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.12 “The CPUs of the 20 prior systems were running at 77% of capacity; now the CPUs of the two Oracle Exadata systems are at below 10%." Lead Oracle DBA, Cardinal Health Scalable Capacity
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.13 Highly Engineered and Standardized  Hundreds of engineer years spent optimizing and hardening Exadata end-to-end – Database, OS, drivers, firmware all optimized together – Frees IT talent to focus on business needs  Deploys in days  Oracle supports full platform from database to disk  Runs all existing Oracle Database workloads Less Risk, Better Results
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.14 A Global Standard Exadata Takes Standardization to the Next Level… Standard Technologies Standard Integration and Tuning One Support Organization Standardized Across ALL Customers World-Wide Thousands of Identical Configurations Spanning Every Workload and Industry More: Performant - Reliable - Secure - Supportable Exadata is the new “Global Standard” for Oracle Database Platforms
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.15 Scalable from Eighth Rack to Multi-Rack X3-2 Eighth Rack  16 compute cores  512 GB memory  18 storage cores  2.4 TB flash memory  23 TB usable disk X3-8 Full Rack  160 compute cores  4 TB memory  168 storage cores  22.4 TB flash memory  224 TB usable disk Multi-Rack Database Machine
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.16 168 disks | 500TB raw capacity Scale-Out Parallel Architecture 56 PCI Flash cards | 22TB Flash capacity Exadata Storage Server Parallelism* * Full rack (14 storage servers) 28 Intel Xeon storage CPUs | 168 compute cores
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.17 Seamless Upgrades and Expansions  A single Database Machine can have servers from different generations  Databases and Clusters can span across multiple hardware generations  New software runs on older hardwareV2 Initial Quarter Rack deployed in 2010 X2-2 Qtr to Half Upgrade in 2011 X3-2 Half to Full Upgrade in 2012 Upgrade Example
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.18 Exadata Data Processing Transformations Optimized Performance at Lowest Cost + ++ • Hybrid Columnar Compression – Faster Analytics – Huge Space Savings – 10x compression for warehouses – 15x compression for archives Space Savings Cascade to Database Copies compress primary DB uncompressed • Smart Scale-Out Storage – InfiniBand connected servers – Smart Scan query offload • Smart PCI Flash Caching – Accelerates I/O up to 30x
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.19 Exadata Improves Consolidation Performance  Smart Flash Cache – Uses flash for physical I/O  Smart Flash Log – Uses flash to improve log I/O latency  Smart Scan – Runs portions of a database query in storage  Hybrid Columnar Compression (HCC) – Reduces the number of blocks (and I/O) for compressed data  IO Resource Manager (IORM) – Prioritizes I/O bandwidth based on database or workload within a database +
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.20 EM12c: Most Comprehensive DBaaS Management  Enterprise Manager 12c supports all three DBaaS deployment models  Self service paradigm for database deployment and management – Pre-packaged, pre-configured database configurations – One-click provisioning and deployment of databases – On-demand scalability of underlying platform  Metering and chargeback/showback for IT accountability  Intelligent Auto-placement, Quota Management, Role based access
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.21 Solution New database on shared infrastructure (ORACLE_HOME pools) Requirement Dedicated database instances for new projects Schema as a Service on shared database Small database for quick application development Database full copy for problem diagnosis or Load Testing Database copy for Functional Testing Database Instant Cloning using Copy-on- Write technology Cloning from RMAM Backups In EM12c In EM12c In EM12c EM12c: Most Comprehensive DBaaS Management
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.22 Workload-based allocation of… 1. CPU Resources 2. Storage Network Bandwidth 3. I/O Bandwidth Example: Web-commerce transactions have priority over ad-hoc queries during the day. Batch replenishment jobs have priority at night. Comprehensive Resource Management
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.23 Resource Allocation for Consolidated Workloads Exadata Designed with Resource Management to support a consolidated database environment.
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.24 The Value of Resource Management 46 % 39 % 74 % 237 % 80 % 92 % 99 % 120 % 0 % 50 % 100 % 150 % 200 % 250 % EBS - Online and Batch Siebel - Online PeopleSoft - Batch Data Mart PerformanceRelativetoBaseline Without Resource Management With Resource Management Without Exadata Resource Management, the Data Mart workload denies other workloads their fair share of the system’s resources. With Exadata Resource Management, the Data Mart excess is redistributed
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.25 EBS - Online and Batch Siebel - Online PeopleSoft - Batch Data Mart PerformanceRelativetoBaseline Without Exadata Features With Exadata Features Exadata Features Enhance Consolidation Exadata Significantly Improves Consolidated Performance 2x 3x 1.7x 1.7x Exadata features increase throughput of consolidated workload 2-3x, compared to a similar platform without Exadata features.
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.26 “I couldn’t even tell you the last time we had an outage, because of Exadata." Jody Stull Project Analyst, Garmin International Continuous Availability
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.27 Comprehensive protection from failures Server – Storage – Network – Site – Corruptions Active Disaster Recovery: Real-time standby open for query offload Correction from human errors: database, table, row, transaction Online indexing and table redefinition Online patching and upgrades WAN Real Application Clusters ASM RMAN / Fast Recovery Area Active Data Guard / GoldenGate Secure Backup Primary Standby Dev/Test Maximum Availability Architecture
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.28 “Our critical electronic payments service has been live on Exadata since early 2011 with 100% uptime. The service reliably processes the transfer of billions of Euros per week and achieves subsecond response times for online enquiries.” Martin McGeough Chief Database Technical Architect, Vocalink Maximum Availability
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.29 Secure Database Machine Defense in Depth Activity Monitoring Database Firewall Auditing and Reporting DETECTIVE Redaction and Masking Privileged User Controls Encryption PREVENTIVE ADMINISTRATIVE Sensitive Data Discovery Configuration Management Privilege Analysis Alerts Legal HR Finance Oracle Audit Vault Oracle Database Firewall Oracle Database Vault Oracle Data Masking Oracle Advanced Security Near-Zero Overhead for fully encrypted database  Application transparent  Decryption in hardware, not software (5x faster)
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.30 Key Goals • Reduce complexity: fewer products, versions, vendors • Standardized service offerings • Fast deployments Exadata Database Machine • Components are engineered and tested together • Standardized by design – same for all customers • Fastest new deployments • Support all workloads DBaaS - Reduces Complexity
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.31 Key Goals • Fewer resources and environments • Maximize utilization • Share as much as possible, isolate as needed Exadata Database Machine • Extreme performance and special features allow very high consolidation • Extreme scale up, scale out • Dynamic allocation DBaaS – Saves Money
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.32 Key Goals • Automation • Online IT management • Self-service Exadata Database Machine • Add capacity on demand • Dynamic footprint (e.g., QoS Management) • Rolling upgrades DBaaS – Increases Agility
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.33 Exadata – Infrastructure Platform for DBaaS • Exadata runs many databases supporting multiple workloads in a single platform – Optimized for OLTP, Warehousing, batch, reporting, backups, … – Designed to scale seamlessly – Ideal for unpredictable DBaaS workloads • Exadata Maximum Availability Architecture for Extreme Uptime • Exadata Security - Defense in Depth built-in • Exadata - Ideal Infrastructure Platform for DBaaS All Workloads, All Applications SAP, Siebel, PeopleSoft, JDE, E-business Suite, Fusion Applications
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.34 34 Maximizing Exadata Performance Hybrid Columnar Compression Columnar-compress data, provide ‘hints’ to optimize scans Smart Scan Technology Distribute compressed data to dedicated storage nodes, do simple scan/filter ops in parallel Infiniband* Fabric Transfer intermediate results with extreme bandwidth for consolidation Transparent Encryption Encrypt everything against uninvited observation, decrypt without performance penalty High- Performance, Power- Efficient Multicore Intel® Xeon® Processors Efficient and High- Performance PCI Express* I/O Interfaces Intel Xeon Processors with Intel® AES New Instructions Oracle Technology How Xeon Helps
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.35 A Complete Family of Exadata Machines Exadata X3-8Exadata X3-2 Storage Expansion Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 Family Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Family Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Family
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.36 Customer Case Studies
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.37 Turkcell: DW and DB Consolidation Objectives • Speed up BI • Lean, green data center • Prepare for big data growth Solution • 2010: Replace 11 racks with 1 full-rack Exadata V2 for DW • 2011: Add 2 full-rack Exadata X2-2s for DB consolidation 2 Exadata X2-2 Prod Original V2 Prod/DR/Dev Exadata V2 Data Warehouse Pre-Exadata Data Warehouse Hitachi USP-V 5 Racks EMC DMX-4 5 Racks 2011 • 250 TB Raw Data • 2 Prod Databases • 600 TB Raw / 60 TB Compressed • 16-node RAC Cluster • 25 TB Compressed Benefits Reduced Admin 20% Storage Savings 900 TB 1,000 TB to 100 TB Faster Reports 10X 27 min to 3 min (avg for 50k rpts) “In a word, Oracle Exadata is fantastic. Almost no report takes more than 10 minutes to run, versus hours before. It sounds unreal, but it’s real.” - Power User, Finance Department, Turkcell 80% Less Power 30 m2 Less Space Data Center Cost Savings • 4 Prod, 2 Test Databases • 400 TB Raw/ 40 TB Compressed • 2 RAC Clusters 2010 Backup Restore
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.38 Alpha Natural Resources: OLTP Objectives • Reduce cost and complexity • Deploy Oracle E-Business Suite quickly • Dramatically improve performance and availability Solution • X2-2 for production E-Bus Suite • X2-2 for Standby DR and test/QA • Database Appliance for testing Benefits “Oracle Exadata has enabled us to deliver exceptional service to our business users while reducing the cost involved . Exadata has been a big win for our business and for IT.” - Saul Hernandez, CIO Oracle Database Appliance Dev/Test Exadata X2-2 DB Consolidation Pre-Exadata (Hosted) • IBM x86 Servers • 3 O/S Versions Data Guard Data Guard • Production • E-Business Suite • Disaster Protection • Test and QA Faster Applications 5X+ Speedup Maximum Availability 99.95% Data Center Cost Savings Reduced TCO 50% 2012
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.39 Garmin: OLTP Consolidation Exadata V2 DB Consolidation Pre-Exadata 12 Prod Servers 2012 • Oracle E-Business Suite • Advanced Supply-Chain Planning • Hyperion Reporting • Garmin Connect custom app Objectives • Support 400% growth in customer facing applications • Eliminate bottlenecks in Manufacturing and Planning • Consolidate to reduce costs Solution • 2012: Consolidate 12 servers onto two Half-rack Exadata V2 systems Data Guard Exadata V2 Dev/Test/Local Standby • 5 Prod Databases High-Capacity Exadata Storage Servers • Archived Data • Tape backup Benefits 4x Growth Faster Month End Reports Up to 11X 99.95% Uptime Data Center Cost Savings “Consolidation on Exadata reduced costs and eliminated critical performance bottlenecks in our Manufacturing and Planning systems” - Ed Link, Vice-President IT, Garmin
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.40 P&G: DW and Mixed Workload Objectives • Improve stability and supportability • Lower costs • Boost performance Solution • 2010: Implement 1ST DW on V2 • 2011: Move 2nd DW to X2-2, Move OLTP/Analytics to X2-2 • 2012: Move 3rd DW to X2-8 Benefits Simplified Support Faster Applications 2 - 30X “Performance with Exadata is much better, and getting an out-of-the-box solution dramatically reduced the time and money to build and maintain our DW platform.” - Brian Beckman, DW Platform Manager, Procter & Gamble Exadata V2 Data Warehouse Prod Non-Prod • Trade/Mkt/POS Data Exadata X2-2 Data Warehouse Prod DR Dev UAT • Shipments Data Exadata X2-8 Data Warehouse Prod Non-Prod • Fin’l/Planning Data Exadata X2-2 OLTP/Analytics Data Guard • Trade Fund Management Storage Savings 3x – 10x Compression Prod Non-Prod
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.41 1000s of Deployments at Leading Companies  Petabyte Warehouses  SAP, E-business Suite, PeopleSoft, Siebel, JDE  Regulatory Reporting  Online Financial Trading  E-Commerce Sites  Consolidation of 100s of Databases Half are Warehouses, Half are OLTP or Mixed Workloads
  • Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.42 Additional Resources www.oracle.com/database www.oracle.com/exadata www.twitter.com/OracleDatabase www.twitter.com/exadata www.facebook.com/oracledatabase blogs.oracle.com/datawarehousing blogs.oracle.com/databaseinsider
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