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Oracle Cloud Forum, Warszawa 27.02.2013

Oracle Cloud Forum, Warszawa 27.02.2013

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  • Good afternoon and welcome to today’s session about Oracle’s cloud computing strategy.It is great to be here with you today. My name is and I am .Cloud computing is an important trend in the industry today, and Oracle is truly unique in its ability to provide a broad portfolio of cloud computing products and services to meet the different needs of customers.Today, I will explain what Oracle sees customers doing in the cloud and what our strategy is to serve customers’ needs.
  • The Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud is an Engineered System, consisting of software, firmware and hardware, on which enterprises may deploy Oracle business applications, Oracle Fusion Middleware or software products provided by Oracle partners. Exalogic is designed to meet the highest standards of reliability, serviceability and performance under widely varied, performance-sensitive, mission-critical workloads. Exalogic dramatically improves the performance of virtually any standard Linux, Solaris and Java application1 with no code changes required and reduces application implementation and ongoing costs versus traditional enterprise application platforms and private clouds assembled from seperately sourced components provided by multiple competing vendors. Any application that supports Oracle Linux (version 5 update 6 or later, Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, 64-bit), Oracle Solaris 11 Express (or Solaris 10 Zone, x86)
  • The Exalogic system consists of two major elements:  Exalogic X2-2: a high performance hardware system, assembled by Oracle at our factory, that integrates storage and compute resources using a high-performance I/O backplane built on with Oracle’s Quad Data Rate (QDR) InfiniBand technology  Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software: an essential package of Exalogic-specific software, device drivers and firmware that is pre-integrated with Oracle Linux and Solaris, enabling Exalogic’s advanced performance and management features
  • Nodes1481630240RAM963847681536288023040SSD20080016003200600048000ZFSSA6060606060480
  • Exabus is based on Quad Data Rate (QDR) InfiniBand, and consists of hardware, software and firmware distributed throughout the system and involving every major system component.
  • Clouds are provided at different levels: IaaS – computing servers, storage, networking and the associated virtualization and OS PaaS – application development and deployment environment SaaS – end-user applicationsThe more the cloud service provides, the less the consumer must provide. For IaaS, the consumer needs to provide the application platform, the application and any customizations. For PaaS, the consumer can take advantage of the platform, and provide only the application and customizations. For SaaS, the consumer can simply customize the application that the cloud is providing.IaaS is the most flexible because users can put almost any software onto it (as long as it’s compatible with the underlying hardware), but it also requires the most work, since the user has to provide all the software and manage and maintain it. The cloud provider manages only the hardware and data center.PaaS is less flexible than IaaS, because the platform software is fixed, so things like programming language is platform-specific, but PaaS are generally designed to be flexible enough to support many different application types. Application developers benefit from having the platform services, such as database services or Java appserver services) available to them, so they need not re-invent those wheels. The service provider is managing those platform services, doing things like data backup, software patching and updating, etc., so the user does not have to. SaaS is the least flexible because it is a ready-to-run application requiring only customer-specific customizations to use. The cloud service provider is managing the entire app.Note that in each of these cases, the primary target user is different. Typically “IT Professionals” including operations folks and developers use IaaS. “Developers” use PaaS. “Business end users” use SaaS. In all these cases, the service provider (whether it’s internal IT department or an external service provider) takes care of managing the cloud, and the users do not need to worry about all the details of all the cloud’s components, how they are integrated, configured and managed. However, I will point out that the service provider needs to worry about these things. Today’s Oracle event will address topics of interest to BOTH service providers and consumers of different types.
  • So, how can you get there exactly? First step, Build your cloudWith existing HW capacity re-provision existing serversImplement virtualization to consolidate serversIf new HW needed, engineered systems solve many implementation issues – Exa*, SuperCluster. You can leverage their optimized configurations to deliver extreme performance and ease of deployment.
  • FeatureFunctionSR-IOVSingle Root I/O Virtualization support allows OVS to segregate virtual InfiniBand Host Channel Adapters and securely associate them with specific VM guestsDistributed Resource Scheduling (DRS)Capacity based load balancing based on workloads of VMsDistributed Power Management (DPM)Policy-based power management, using server pause/resume or power off/on. Node OperationsStart (poweron), Stop (poweroff), Restart, Discover VM and server statisticsPerformance charts for CPU, memory, network, diskLoggingPrioritized logging (error, warn, info) within code for customer service and engineering support / debug (manager, server, installation, upgrades). Node and VM analysis tools (e.g. dump catchers). Includes log rotation (configurable), maximum log size
  • Oracle now offers a single solution for managing the complete stack from apps to disk, and across the complete cloud lifecycle called Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, announced at OpenWorld 2011.EM12c is the first product in Oracle’s portfolio called 12c, where the “c” stands for cloud. We consider EM12c to be the world’s first and only solution for Total Cloud Control.What is in EM12c? Highlights include:Consolidation planner. We give you specific recommendations on how to consolidate for cloud. It may tell you to consolidate some of your databases with RAC or consolidate workloads onto Exadata.When it comes to cloud setup, we do all the provisioning for you whether its apps, servers or storage. We provide tools to create resource pools and zones and we give you the tools to setup policies. Lets say you want to roll out a database-as-a-service or an application platform-as-a-service solution. There is no tool in the market to let you do it with a few clicks of the mouse. We have delivered a self-service portal in EM12c that does this and much more.Elasticity is a major requirement for cloud. With EM12c, you can define the policies for workload management. Scale up or down based on a calendar schedule or performance. For metering and chargeback, we track and log everything. We add to that several mechanisms for chargeback and detailed reporting. These are just a handful of the new capabilities we are offering for cloud management.
  • This example is Oracle itself. Over the last 6 or 7 years, we have built a self-service, private IaaS cloud for Dev/Test. Oracle has many developers working on many different products, and their need to access hardware for development and testing purposes fluctuates a great deal.Before, each product team had their own hardware, which was very expensive and incredibly inefficient. The decision was taken to centralize these servers and to share them across multiple teams. When a product is nearing a major new release, their need for computing capacity spikes, so the cloud can shift resources and priority to that team. When that team no longer needs capacity, it is re-allocated to other teams instead of sitting there idle.Developers also benefit from much more rapid access to computing resources. They have a self-service interface that allows them to submit jobs into a queue. They system prioritizes and assigns resources to the job, and automatically “cleans-up” for them afterwards. The developer simply gets their results back at a later point in time.
  • One IT Development example had a reduction in delivery time from weeks, down to less than one hour! They raised server utilization up into the 80-90% range, all while consuming 75% less power and space.The bottom line was they were able to leverage the benefits of a cloud environment, all while using their existing staffing resource. More cloud, same resources.

"Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud as foundation for IaaS/PaaS/Saas", Waldemar Thiel, Senior Sales Consultant, Oracle Polska "Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud as foundation for IaaS/PaaS/Saas", Waldemar Thiel, Senior Sales Consultant, Oracle Polska Presentation Transcript

  • We współpracy z:1 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud as foundation for IaaS/PaaS/Saas Waldemar Thiel2 Senior Sales Consultant Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 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 remain at the sole discretion of Oracle.3 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • What is Exalogic Elastic Cloud ? The Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud is an Engineered System, consisting of software, firmware and hardware on which enterprises may deploy Oracle business applications, Oracle Fusion Middleware or software products provided by Oracle partners.4 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Exalogic Elastic Cloud ComponentsStatus Quo Exalogic Applications & Middleware OS Virtualization & Cloud Management Compute Networking X3-2 Storage Layer5 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Hardware and Software Engineered to work together Middleware and Business Applications Traffic Enterprise Manager WebLogic Coherence Tuxedo Director Exalogic Exabus Exabus Exabus Exabus Control Integration Integration Integration Integration Oracle Linux Guest OS Physical Oracle Linux/Solaris Oracle VM for Exalogic Exabus Exalogic Elastic Cloud Hardware = Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software6 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Exalogic X3-2 Converged Infrastructure Compute Power  2 socket, 8-core, 2.9 GHz Intel Xeon processors  256 GB of 1600MHz DRAM  480 cores in a Full Rack; also available in 1/2,1/4,1/8 or multi-rack configurations  Redundant SSD, power, cooling, InfiniBand Internal I/O Fabric and Data Center Connectivity  40 Gb/sec internal I/O backplane  10 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity to datacenter Integrated Storage  Enterprise-class, integrated Network Attached Storage  ZFS Clustered for high availability  60 TB SAS disk, 4 TB read cache, 292 GB write cache  Clones, snapshots, remote replication7 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Exalogic Architecture I Fault Tolerance  Dual Power Distribution Units (1+1)  Dual power supplies in each component (1+1)  N+1 cooling (fan) strategy  Redundant IB switches (1+1)  Dual HCA ports in every component (bonded, 1+1)  Redundant storage heads (1+1)  All SSD and HDD RAID 1+8 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Exalogic X3-2 Seamless Scalability Eighth Rack Quarter Rack Half Rack Full Rack Multi-Rack 4 Nodes 8 Nodes 16 Nodes 30 Nodes 240+ Nodes 1 TB RAM 2 TB RAM 4 TB RAM 7.7 TB RAM 61+ TB RAM 800 GB SSD 1.6 TB SSD 3.2 TB SSD 6 TB SSD 48+ TB SSD 60 TB NAS 60 TB NAS 60 TB NAS 60 TB NAS 480+ TB NAS9 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software (EECS) Exabus Exalogic X3-2 Ethernet Gateways Spine Switch 10GbE (InfiniBand I/O Backplane) Data Center Service Network (10GbE) Compute Nodes Exabus Standard Oracle Exadata … Database Exalogic Storage Management Switch Data Center Mgmt Network (GbE) GbE Management Network (GbE)10 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software Exabus QDR InfiniBand as foundation for Exabus: Oracle’s InfiniBand products provide the greatest available bandwidth per physical port (40Gb/s) and lowest latency (~1.07μsec) InfiniBand provides reliable delivery, security and quality of service at the physical layer in the networking stack and natively supports kernel bypass operations, eliminating much of the inefficiency of using system CPU and main memory Oracle’s InfiniBand products support upper-stack protocols like IP (IPoIB) and Ethernet (EoIB), making it possible for existing applications to run without modification and still benefit from enhanced performance11 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Customers Have a Choice of Clouds IaaS, PaaS, SaaSDifferent Users IT Professional Developer Business End User Consumer Customizations Customizations Customizations Consumer Application Application Service Provider Platform SaaS Cloud PaaS Cloud Provider Service IaaS Cloud 12 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • From Consolidation to Cloud Re-Use Consolidate Re-Use Leverage Consolidate13 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Exalogic Virtualization Performance NO COMPROMISE NO COMPETITION Exalogic Bare COTS Metal Exalogic Virtualized Exalogic Virtualized Virtualized14 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Exalogic Hypervisor Enhanced OVM 3.0 Guest VM Guest VM Guest VM Device Device Device  Secure segregation of traffic for Driver Driver Driver specific VM guests 1  Optimized I/O performance Virtual Switch OVM – Inbound traffic is sent to correct 2 guest VM Device Driver Server – Guest VM is configured to use selected dedicated virtual function Virtual Physical Virtual on HCA Function Function Function – Traffic flows directly between 3 Exalogic Physical I/O Port HCA guest VM and physical HCA port15 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Customer Roadmap to Private Cloud Cloud Application Foundation PaaS PaaS on Exalgoic IaaS Exalogic + Assemblies IaaS Exalogic IaaS (IaaS++)16 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Assemblies: Standardization with Flexibility Capture Complete Oracle Virtual Assembly Package IntoApplication Topology Builder Studio Single Assembly Metadata 17 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Automated Deployment and ConfigurationAssembly Enterprise Cloud Virtualized Deployment VM VM VM Exalogic Elastic Cloud VM VM VM Assembly deployed as Metadata collection of interconnected VM instances Oracle VM Resource Pool18 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Total Cloud Control Optimize Plan SetupMeter &Charge BuildManage Test Monitor Deploy Complete Lifecycle Integrated Cloud Business-Driven Application Management Stack Management Management Self-Service IT | Simple and Automated | Business Driven 19 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Case Study Oracle: Self-Service Private IaaS for Dev/Test Scope/Scale: • 2600+ physical servers with over 10,000+ VMs • 4,000+ developers submitting 45,000+ jobs Results: • Develop wait time reduced from weeks to <1 hour • People required reduced from 12 to1 • Server utilization – 80+% overall, 90+% peak • 75% less power and space20 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • Customer ResultsReduced Delivery Higher Server Less Power More Cloud, Time Utilization and Space Same Resources 21 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • JOIN THE COMMUNITY Twitter Facebook Blog LinkedIn YouTubeVisit us at: oracle.com/cloud facebook.com/OracleCloudComputing 22 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • We współpracy z:23 Copyright © 2012, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.