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Oracle Exadata Database Machine Overview
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• Best Machine for Data Warehousing
• Best Machine for OL...
Exadata Hardware Architecture
Database Grid Intelligent Storage Grid
InfiniBand Network
• Redundant 40Gb/s switches
• Unif...
Standardized and Simple to Deploy
• All Database Machines are the same
• Delivered ready-to-run
• Tested
• Highly supporta...
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X2-2 Database Server (Sun Fire X4170 M2)
Processors 2 Six-...
X2-8 Database Server (Sun Fire X4800)
Processors 8 x Eight-Core Intel® Xeon® X7560 Processors (2.26 GHz)
Memory 1 TB (128 ...
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Exadata Storage Server X2-2 (Sun Fire X4270 M2)
Processors...
Start Small and Grow
Field Upgradeable
Full
Rack
Half
Rack
Balanced Incremental Scaling for OLTP and DW
Quarter
Rack
Copyr...
Scale to 8 Racks by Just Adding Cables
Full Bandwidth and Redundancy
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Complete Family Of Database Machines
For OLTP, Data Warehousing & Consolidated Workloads
• Quarter, Half, Full and Multi-R...
Database Server Operating System Choices
• Two Operating System Choices on the database servers
• Oracle Linux
• Solaris 1...
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Exadata Product Capacity
X2-8
Full Rack
X2-2
Full Rack
X...
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Exadata Product Performance
X2-8
Full Rack
X2-2
Full Rac...
Exadata Storage Software Unique Features
• Exadata Smart Scans
• 10X or greater reduction in data sent
to database servers...
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  • Exadata allows easy expansion within and between racks.A quarter rack can be upgraded to a half rack. A half rack can be upgraded to a full rack.Two half racks can also be connected together to form the equivalent of a full rack. This is sometimes useful in data centers with weight or heat density restrictions.Once a full rack is deployed it can be increased in half rack size increments. For example a full rack grows to 1.5 racks, then to 2 racks, then to 2.5 racks.Equipment can be mixed across hardware generations. For example a half rack can be grown to a full rack using the next generation of servers to fill out the rack.
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    1. 1. <Insert Picture Here> Oracle Exadata Database Machine Overview Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates
    2. 2. Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 2 – • Best Machine for Data Warehousing • Best Machine for OLTP • Best Machine for Database Consolidation • Unique Architecture Makes it • Fastest, Lowest Cost Exadata Database Machine Best Platform to Run the Oracle Database
    3. 3. Exadata Hardware Architecture Database Grid Intelligent Storage Grid InfiniBand Network • Redundant 40Gb/s switches • Unified server & storage network • 14 High-performance low-cost storage servers • 8 Dual-processor x64 database servers OR • 2 Eight-processor x64 database servers Scaleable Grid of industry standard servers for Compute and Storage • Eliminates long-standing tradeoff between Scalability, Availability, Cost •100 TB High Speed disk, or 336 TB High Capacity disk •5.3 TB PCI Flash •Data mirrored across storage servers Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 3 –
    4. 4. Standardized and Simple to Deploy • All Database Machines are the same • Delivered ready-to-run • Tested • Highly supportable • No unique configuration issues • Identical to config used by Oracle Engineering • Runs existing OLTP and DW applications • Full 30 years of Oracle DB capabilities • No Exadata certification required • Leverages Oracle ecosystem • Skills, knowledge base, people, partners Deploy in Days, Not Months Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 4 –
    5. 5. Copyright © 2010 Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 5 – X2-2 Database Server (Sun Fire X4170 M2) Processors 2 Six-Core Intel® Xeon® X5670 Processors (2.93 GHz) Memory 96GB (12 x 8GB) Local Disks 4 x 300GB 10K RPM SAS Disks Disk Controller Disk Controller HBA with 512MB Battery Backed Cache Network 2 (Two) x InfiniBand 4X QDR (40Gb/s) Ports (1 Dual-port PCIe 2.0 HCA) 4 (Four) x 1GbE Ethernet Ports 2 (Two) x 10GbE Ethernet SFP+ Ports (1 Dual-port 10GbE PCIe 2.0 network card based on the Intel 82599 10GbE Controller technology) Remote Management 1 Ethernet port (ILOM) Power supplies 2 Redundant Hot-Swappable power supplies
    6. 6. X2-8 Database Server (Sun Fire X4800) Processors 8 x Eight-Core Intel® Xeon® X7560 Processors (2.26 GHz) Memory 1 TB (128 x 8GB) Local Disks 8 x 300GB 10K RPM SAS Disks Disk Controller Disk Controller HBA with 512MB Battery Backed Cache Network 8 (Eight) x InfiniBand 4X QDR (40Gb/s) Ports (4 Dual-port PCE 2.0 Express Modules) Two Network Express Modules (NEM), providing a total of • 8 (Eight) x 1GbE Ethernet Ports • 8 (Eight) x 10 GbE Ethernet SFP+ Ports (via 4 Fabric Express Modules (FEM) based Intel 82599 10GbE Controller technology) Remote Management 1 Ethernet port (ILOM) Power supplies 4 Redundant Hot-Swappable power supplies Copyright © 2010 Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 6 –
    7. 7. Copyright © 2010 Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 7 – Exadata Storage Server X2-2 (Sun Fire X4270 M2) Processors 2 Six-Core Intel® Xeon® L5640 Processors (2.26 GHz) Memory 24 GB (6 x 4GB) Disks 12 x 600 GB 15K RPM High Performance SAS OR 12 x 2 TB 7.2K RPM High Capacity SAS Flash 4 x 96 GB Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe Cards Disk Controller Disk Controller HBA with 512MB Battery Backed Cache Network 2 (Two) InfiniBand 4X QDR (40Gb/s) Ports (1 Dual-port PCIe 2.0 HCA) 4 Embedded Gigabit Ethernet Ports Remote Management 1 Ethernet port (ILOM) Power Supplies 2 Redundant Hot-Swappable power supplies
    8. 8. Start Small and Grow Field Upgradeable Full Rack Half Rack Balanced Incremental Scaling for OLTP and DW Quarter Rack Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 8 –
    9. 9. Scale to 8 Racks by Just Adding Cables Full Bandwidth and Redundancy Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 9 –
    10. 10. Complete Family Of Database Machines For OLTP, Data Warehousing & Consolidated Workloads • Quarter, Half, Full and Multi-Racks • Full and Multi-Racks Oracle Exadata X2-8Oracle Exadata X2-2 Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 10 –
    11. 11. Database Server Operating System Choices • Two Operating System Choices on the database servers • Oracle Linux • Solaris 11 Express (x86) – Coming Soon • Customers will choose their preferred Database Server OS at installation time • Exadata Storage Servers will continue to be Oracle Linux Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 11 –
    12. 12. Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 12 – Exadata Product Capacity X2-8 Full Rack X2-2 Full Rack X2-2 Half Rack X2-2 Quarter Rack Raw Disk1 High Perf Disk 100 TB 100 TB 50 TB 21 TB High Cap Disk 336 TB 336 TB 168 TB 72 TB Raw Flash1 5.3 TB 5.3 TB 2.6 TB 1.1 TB User Data2 (assuming no compression) High Perf Disk 28 TB 28 TB 14 TB 6 TB High Cap Disk 100 TB 100 TB 50 TB 21 TB 1 – Raw capacity calculated using 1 GB = 1000 x 1000 x 1000 bytes and 1 TB = 1000 x 1000 x 1000 x 1000 bytes. 2 - User Data: Actual space for end-user data, computed after single mirroring (ASM normal redundancy) and after allowing space for database structures such as temp, logs, undo, and indexes. Actual user data capacity varies by application. User Data capacity calculated using 1 TB = 1024 * 1024 * 1024 * 1024 bytes.
    13. 13. Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 13 – Exadata Product Performance X2-8 Full Rack X2-2 Full Rack X2-2 Half Rack X2-2 Quarter Rack Raw Disk Data Bandwidth1,4 High Perf Disk 25 GB/s 25 GB/s 12.5 GB/s 5.4 GB/s High Cap Disk 14 GB/s 14 GB/s 7 GB/s 3 GB/s Raw Flash Data Bandwidth1,4 50 GB/s 50 GB/s 25 GB/s 11 GB/s Disk IOPS3,4 High Perf Disk 50,000 50,000 25,000 10,800 High Cap Disk 25,000 25,000 12,500 5,400 Flash IOPS3,4 1,000,000 1,000,000 500,000 225,000 Data Load Rate4 5 TB/hr 5 TB/hr 2.5 TB/hr 1 TB/hr 1 – Bandwidth is peak physical disk scan bandwidth, assuming no compression. 2 - Max User Data Bandwidth assumes scanned data is compressed by factor of 10 and is on Flash. 3 – IOPs – Based on IO requests of size 8K 4 - Actual performance will vary by application.
    14. 14. Exadata Storage Software Unique Features • Exadata Smart Scans • 10X or greater reduction in data sent to database servers • Exadata Storage Indexes • Eliminate unnecessary I/Os • Hybrid Columnar Compression • Efficient compression increases effective storage capacity and increases user data scan bandwidths by a factor of up to 10X • Exadata Smart Flash Cache • Breaks random I/O bottleneck by increasing IOPs by up to 20X • Doubles user data scan bandwidths • I/O Resource Manager (IORM) • Enables storage grid by prioritizing I/Os to ensure predictable performance • Quality of Service (QoS) • Actively meet and maintain SLAs • Memory Guard to protect existing current transactions from memory- based failures Copyright © 2010, Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates – 14 –
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