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  • Month, Day, Year Venue CityRapid Application and Reduced RiskOracle Optimized Solutions
  • The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It isintended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporatedinto any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code,or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasingdecisions. The development, release, and timing of any features orfunctionality described for Oracle‟s products remains at the solediscretion of Oracle.
  • Oracle Optimized Solutions Value Propositions• Cut operational and acquisition costs in a half vs IBM and HP• Deploy 8x faster/easier with lower risk of in-service downtime than custom configured systems from IBM• Achieve 4x faster transactional throughput and 3x more capacity with Oracle’s unique HA architectures compared to IBM and HP• Tested and proven architectures mitigate deployment and operational risk * See substantiation slides View slide
  • Engineering Level Optimization Matters Custom Integrated Oracles Engineered StackManagement Management Tools Tools Oracle ApplicationsManagement Tools Red Hat Enterprise Linux Middleware / Database OS / VirtualizationManagement Tools VMware ServerManagement Storage Network Tools HP StorageManagement Tools BrocadeManagement Tools EMC/NetApp Lower Cost / Greater Capabilities / Accelerated Deployment View slide
  • Oracle Optimized Solutions LeadershipEnterprise Optimized - Performance, Availability, Rapid Deployment 2x business operations vs IBM 11x faster than x86 3x faster and ½ the cost of IBM P7 Up to 4000 HR Self-Service 3x more concurrent users vs HP WebCenter Content on PeopleSoft HCM on SPARC online users Siebel CRM SPARC SuperCluster SuperCluster E-Business Suite 2x faster HR management 3x faster and less than ½ the processing than IBM and HP cost of IBM P7 PeopleSoft HCM JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 38% lower acquisition cost 2.5x better TCO over EMC 36% lower TCO and 98% 36% lower acquisition than IBM Symmetrix VMAX faster deployment than HP cost than IBM WebCenter Portal Lifecycle Content Management Enterprise Cloud Agile PLM Infrastructure22x more secure throughput and 2.5x faster eCommerce transactions, ½ the cost of Faster backup, 5x lower almost ½ the cost of IBM P7 2x faster than IBM, 46% competition cost than Symantec WebLogic Server lower TCO than IBM P7 WebLogic Suite Secure Backup Database * See substantiation slides
  • Speed of Deployment, Time to Value 8x faster deployment than IBM Solutions 4 work weeks quicker time to service deliveryOracle Optimized Solutions IBM 0 5 10 15 20 25 Less is Better
  • Oracle Optimized SolutionsUnmatched Competitive Capabilities and Value• Optimization across the Full Stack – Identification of cross stack integration opportunities – Early development stage testing – End to end functionality validation – Interoperability testing – Fault injection testing – Patch regression testing – Load/stress testing – Performance and scalability testing – Real world workload testing – Sizing and configuration optimization• One Engineering team
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for PeopleSoft HCMon SPARC SuperClusterDelivers cost effective, scalable performance, and simplicity • Fastest Payroll processing – 3x faster than IBM – 4x faster than HP • Best acquisition cost PeopleSoft Enterprise HCM – 50% lower than IBMSPARC SuperCluster T4- • Best response time (HR Self Service 4 Apps) – 2x faster than IBM Oracle Support and Advanced Consulting Services • Highest density solution – 30% denser than IBM * See substantiation slides
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for WebCenterContent on SPARC SuperClusterDelivers Extreme Performance Paired with Industry Acclaimed Software • #1 Content Ingestion Rate in the Industry – Over 270 Million docs ingested per day • #1 Search Rate speed in the Industry – Over 370 searches through entire DB index per day WebCenter Content • Best Simplicity and savings – 2x less cost expensive than IBM, turnkey solutionSPARC SuperCluster T4- • IBM FileNet P8: 13x products, two outside partners 4 • Oracle WebCenter Content: ONE License, implements in 11 days Oracle Support and Advanced • Best Consolidation and Savings Consulting Services – 11x faster than x86 based solutions * See substantiation slides
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for JD EdwardsEnterpriseOneUltimate consolidation solution Delivers cost effective, scalable performance, and simplicity JD Edwards • Best acquisition cost EnterpriseOne – Up to 62% less than IBM Oracle Solaris • Best response time – Up to 3x faster interactive queries than IBM SPARC T4-1 Server • Highest density solution – 4x smaller physical footprint than IBM Oracle Support and Advanced Consulting Services * See substantiation slides
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for WebLogic Serveron SPARC T4Lower Costs, Reduce Risk Improve Business Results Delivers low TCO, mission critical availability, and performance Oracle WebLogic Server 11g • WebLogic TCO over a deployment lifespan Oracle Database 11g – Up to 44% lower cost than IBM WebSphere – Virtualization without costly license-penalties Oracle Solaris • Built-in High Performance SecurityOracle SPARC T-Series Servers – 22x more cryptographic throughput versus IBM, even for VMs FlashFire • Best performance for mixed Java applications Oracle Support and Advanced Consulting Services – 5x Better Single-threaded Application performance, Faster clock-speed for Multithreaded * See substantiation slides
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for DatabaseLower Costs, Reduce Risk Improve Business Results Delivers low TCO, mission critical availability, and performance Oracle Database 10g or 11g • Best TCO over a deployment lifespan Oracle Solaris & – Up to 63% lower cost than HP OVM for SPARC • Best Results Oracle SPARC Servers – Over 2X faster per socket at 46% lower cost per Oracle FlashFire operation than IBM Oracle Axiom 600 • Best performance for enterprise applications Storage – 12? (need final number) World Records and counting Oracle Support and Advanced Consulting Services * See substantiation slides
  • Oracle Optimized Solution forEnterprise Cloud Infrastructure Delivers Reduced TCO and Improved Productivity • Best Total Cost of Ownership Oracle Solaris / – 36% better three-year TCO than HP Oracle Linux • Lowest Deployment Time w/ VM Templates Oracle VM for x86 / – Up to 98% faster VM instance deployment than HP Oracle VM for SPARC • Truly Integrated Enterprise Cloud InfrastructureSun Blade 6000 Servers – Seamless integration and built-in virtualization at no additional cost Oracle 7000 Storage • Applications to disk management – Simplified DC operations with Oracle Enterprise Oracle Support and Advanced Manager Operations Center 11g Consulting Services * See substantiation slides
  • Complete. Open. Integrated.Integrating Technologies To Better Your Business• Performance• Availability• Security• Management
  • For More Information search.oracle.com optimized solutions or oracle.com
  • Alternate Title with SubheadArial Size 18 (Gray) Hardware and Software Engineered to Work Together
  • Oracle’s Optimized Solutions OnlineOracle.com, OTN, and OPN • O.com- http://www.oracle.com/goto/optimi zedsolutions • OTN- http://www.oracle.com/technetwor k/server-storage/hardware- solutions/index.html • OPN - http://www.oracle.com/partners/se cure/engage-with-oracle/sun- hardware-optimized-solutions- 177223.html
  • Resources• Oracle.com – http://www.oracle.com/goto/optimizedsolutions• OTN – http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/hardware-solutions/index.html• OPN – http://www.oracle.com/partners/secure/engage-with-oracle/sun-hardware-optimized-solutions-177223.html
  • Alternate Title with SubheadArial Size 18 (Gray) Substantiations
  • Substantiation for all Oracle Optimized Solutions• 1/2 operational and acquisition costs – Based on comparison of two architectures. Oracle configuration using Sun Blade 6000 chassis and one Ethernet Switched NEM 24p 10GE is captured (page 6 ) here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/systems-hardware-architecture/oo-soln-weblogic-11g-170238.pdf. To construct comparable configuration using standard networking components from Cisco will require one Cisco 4900M 10GbE networking switch and two 8 port X2 cards plus cables. As of 4/15/2011: – Ethernet Switched NEM 24p 10GE is $13,500 (https://shop.sun.com/store/productsa/183cc81d-a3dd-11de-9d26-080020a9ed93?intcmp=soc) Cisco 4900M 10GbE switch is $11,400 (http://www.cdw.com/shop/products/Cisco-Catalyst-4900M-switch-8-ports-managed-rack-mountable/1392267.aspx) – Cisco 8 port X2 cards is $5,000 (http://www.cdw.com/shop/products/Cisco-8-port-2-1-10-Gigabit-Ethernet-X2-half-card-expansion- module/1513755.aspx?enkwrd=ALLPROD%3a|1513755|All%20Product%20Catalog). Need 2x. Total is $10,000 – Cisco X2-10GB-CX4 Transceiver Module is $423 ( http://www.cdw.com/shop/products/Cisco-10GBASE-CX4-Module/855305.aspx?enkwrd=ALLPROD%3a|Cisco%2520X2-10GB- CX4|All%20Product%20Catalog). Need 24x. Total is $10,152 – The total price using Cicso switch, components and cabling enough to connect all blades is $31,500. Therefore, Oracle NEM at $13,500 is less than half the cost.• Deploy faster/easier with lower risk of in-service downtime – Pre-tested configurations assembled at the factory will greatly reduce deployment risks and the time required to determine best practices and configurations for custom solutions compared to deployment time of Optimized Solution.• Achieve 2.5x faster transactional throughput and 3x more capacity with Oracle’s unique HA architectures – 2.5x faster eCommerce throughput is based on internal testing published via the following whitepaper (page 29): http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/systems-hardware- architecture/oo-soln-weblogic-11g-170238.pdf .Comparison was done by adding Coherence tier versus running the same test without Coherence. – Up to 3x more concurrent users than HP claim is based on published Siebel CRM 8.0 Platform Sizing and Performance Program (PSPP) benchmark results as of 11/10/10. Additional information: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/index-166919.html – Oracle: 14,000 concurrent users with 1 x Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 (4 x 1.4 GHz, 32 cores, 128GB RAM) Siebel CRM 8.0 SIA [20204] ENU, Sun Java System Web Server 6.1 SP8, Oracle 10g R2 V 10.2.0.3.0, Solaris 10 5/08. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/siebel-8-14000-pspp-on-solaris-twp-166395.pdf – HP: 4,700 concurrent users with 1 x BL685c; 4 cores, 2 Chip @ 2.66 GHz OPT; 4 GB RAM, Siebel CRM 8.0 SIA[20204] ENU; Microsoft IIS 6.0; Win 2003 EE 32-bit HT Enabled 1 x BL685c; 8 cores, 4 Chip @ 3.00 GHz OPT; 32 GB RAM. Siebel CRM 8.0 SIA[20204] ENU; Oracle 10gR2 Database Client v10.2.0.2; Win 2003 EE 32-bit HT Enabled 1 x rx6600; 8 cores, 4 chip @ 1.6 GHz; 32 GB RAM, Oracle 10gR2 Database Server v10.2.0.2.0; HP-UX 11i v3 64-bit HT Enabled. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps- benchmark/hp-siebel8-4700-pspp-on-twp-166344.pdf
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for Siebel CRM• Best transactional throughput – 2x the number of business operations vs IBM – 200,000+ transactions per hour – Based on published Siebel CRM 8.0 Platform Sizing and Performance Program (PSPP) benchmark results as of 11/10/10. Additional information: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/index-166919.html – Oracle: 14,000 concurrent users with 1 x Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 (4 x 1.4 GHz, 32 cores, 128GB RAM) Siebel CRM 8.0 SIA [20204] ENU, Sun Java System Web Server 6.1 SP8, Oracle 10g R2 V 10.2.0.3.0, Solaris 10 5/08. Business transactions per hour: 200,137. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/siebel-8-14000-pspp-on- solaris-twp-166395.pdf – IBM: 7,000 concurrent users with three 4RU IBM POWER6 servers. 1 x IBM p570 web server (2 cores, 1 chip @1.9 GHz POWER5+ 8 GB RAM),Siebel CRM 8.0 SIA [20204] ENU, IBM HTTP Server v2.0.47.1 PQ94086, AIX 5.3, SMT Enabled, 1 x IBM p570 application server (8 cores, 4 chips @4.7 GHz POWER6 64 GB RAM), Siebel CRM 8.0 SIA [20204] ENU, Oracle 10gR2 Database Client v10.2.0.2.0, AIX 5.3, SMT Enabled, 1 x IBM p570 database server (4 cores, 2 chip @4.7 GHz POWER6 32 GB RAM), Oracle 10gR2 Database Server v10.2.0.2.0, AIX 5.3 SMT Enabled. Business transactions per hour: 106,175. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/ibm-siebel8-7000-pspp-power6final- 166358.pdf• Best customer service capacity – Up to 3x more concurrent users than HP – Based on published Siebel CRM 8.0 Platform Sizing and Performance Program (PSPP) benchmark results as of 11/10/10. Additional information: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/index-166919.html – Oracle: 14,000 concurrent users with 1 x Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 (4 x 1.4 GHz, 32 cores, 128GB RAM) Siebel CRM 8.0 SIA [20204] ENU, Sun Java System Web Server 6.1 SP8, Oracle 10g R2 V 10.2.0.3.0, Solaris 10 5/08. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/siebel-8-14000-pspp-on-solaris-twp-166395.pdf – HP: 4,700 concurrent users with 1 x BL685c; 4 cores, 2 Chip @ 2.66 GHz OPT; 4 GB RAM, Siebel CRM 8.0 SIA[20204] ENU; Microsoft IIS 6.0; Win 2003 EE 32-bit HT Enabled 1 x BL685c; 8 cores, 4 Chip @ 3.00 GHz OPT; 32 GB RAM. Siebel CRM 8.0 SIA[20204] ENU; Oracle 10gR2 Database Client v10.2.0.2; Win 2003 EE 32-bit HT Enabled 1 x rx6600; 8 cores, 4 chip @ 1.6 GHz; 32 GB RAM, Oracle 10gR2 Database Server v10.2.0.2.0; HP-UX 11i v3 64-bit HT Enabled. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps- benchmark/hp-siebel8-4700-pspp-on-twp-166344.pdf
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for PeopleSoft HCMUp to 1/8 the cost of acquisition of the traditional disks-based solutionsAssumptions:• 2 x F20 Cards = 200k IOPS; 1 x F5100 array 1/2 populated = 800k IOPS;1 x HDD = 500 IOPS• All prices referenced are List Prices as of 2/1/2011.Number of HDDs to match F20 "hybrid" configuration:• 200k IOPS / 500 IOPS/HDD = 400 HDD => 25 Disk arrays (16 disks per array)• 800k IOPS / 500 IOPS/ HDD = 1600 HDD => 100 Disk arrays (16 disks per array)Comparison of “hybrid” configuration to traditional disk storage for 120k Employees setup:• 2 x F20 cards: 2 x $4,695 = $9,390• 1 x StorageTek 6180 w/3 expansion arrays: $21,595 + 16x$2095 + 3x$41,115• “Hybrid” total = $187,850vs.• 1 x 6780 = $124,000• 25 ASM200 Arrays = 25x$41,115• HDD Total = $1,151,875“Hybrid” configuration is 1/6th (84% lower) cost of acquisition vs traditional disk storage for 120k EmployeesComparison of “hybrid” configuration to traditional disk storage for 240k Employees setup:• 1 x StorageTek 6780 = $124,000• 8 x CSM200 = 8x $41,115• 1 x F5100 1/2 populated = $86,995• “Hybrid” total = $ 539,915vs.• 3 x Storagetek 6780 = 3x$124,000• 100 x CSM200 = 100x$ 41,115• HDD Total = $4,483,500“Hybrid” configuration is 1/8th (88% lower) cost of acquisition vs traditional disk storage for 240k Employees
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for PeopleSoft HCM• Up to 2x faster HR transaction processing than IBM and HP• Based on Oracle PeopleSoft Payroll 9.0 (North American) benchmarks. – Additional information: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/white-papers/peoplesoft-167486.html – 240K employees benchmark: 91.70/43.78 = 2x – Oracle M4000 (4x2.53GHz SPARC64) 43.78 min. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/ora-sun-m4000-167472.pdf – IBM Z990 (6 gen1) 91.70 min. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps- benchmark/ps9-na-pay-9-db2-ibm-z10-ec-709-go-166431.pdf – 500K employees benchmark: 96.17/50.11 = 1.92x. Round nearest ~2x – Oracle M5000 (32 streams) 50.11 min. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/media1/ps9-na-pay-9-ora-sun- m5000-078501.pdf – HP rx 7640 (32 streams) 96.17 min. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps- benchmark/ps9-na-pay-9-ora-hp-rx7640-500k-166421.pdf
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for PeopleSoft HCM• 44% better HR self service response time than IBM and HP• Based on Oracle PeopleSoft HR Self service benchmark with 4000 concurrent users. Additional information: – http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/white-papers/peoplesoft-167486.html – IBM p5 570 - search 1.74s; save 1.25s. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps- benchmark/hrms-p5-570-ds4500-storage-system-165965.pdf – Oracle M3000/T5120 - search 0.77s; save 0.74s. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/hr-89-ora-sun-ent-m3000-166423.pdf – IBM z990/p690 - search 1.35s; save 1.01s. Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps- benchmark/hr-89-ora-ibm-z990-p4-166422.pdf
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for E-Business Suite• Best Human Resources Self-Service (HRSS) performance – Based on Oracle E-Business Human Resources Self-Service (HR SS) business flow is a part of an extra large workload that includes 20,000 online users and two batch job with 750K order lines and 250K payroll employees. – Full report: http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/ebs- r12-1-2-hr-ss-ora-xl-sun-173438.pdf
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne• Best acquisition cost - Up to 57% less than IBM – Comparison is based on Oracle and IBM configurations used in supporting 1,200 JD Edwards EnterpriseOne users. See next slide for detailed pricing of configurations used. – Oracle Technical Whitepaper: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/systems-hardware-architecture/o11-066-oos-jde-432321.pdf IBM Whitepaper, published August 17, 2010: http://www- 03.ibm.com/support/techdocs/atsmastr.nsf/5cb5ed706d254a8186256c71006d2e0a/b68490a4ba9ddae78625778200210d49/$FILE/ORA%20JDE%20 P7%20DIL% 20Entry%20081010.pdf• Best response time – 2x faster interactive queries than IBM – Comparisons is based on average response time of 0.564 measured by Oracle and published here (p.14) http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/systems- hardware-architecture/o11-066-oos-jde-432321.pdf and average response time of sub-second measured by IBM and published here (p.4) http://www- 03.ibm.com/support/techdocs/atsmastr.nsf/5cb5ed706d254a8186256c71006d2e0a/b68490a4ba9ddae78625778200210d49/$FILE/ORA%20JDE%20 P7%20DIL% 20Entry%20081010.pdf• Highest density solution - 4x better physical footprint than IBM – Based on comparison between SPARC T3-1 and IBM Power 720 Express servers each supporting 1200 interactive JD Edwards users. Oracle footprint - 2U. IBM footprint - 8U. – IBM configuration include IBM Power 720 Express server(4U) and two EXP24S Generation 2 Expansion Drawers (2U each) for storage. Source: http://public.dhe.ibm.com/common/ssi/ecm/en/pod03049usen/POD03049USEN.PDF and – Oracle configuration include SPARC T3-1 server (2U). Source: http://www.oracle.com/us/products/servers-storage/servers/sparc-enterprise/t-series/sparc-t3-1-ds- 173098.pdf
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOneIBM - Power 720 Express configurationPart Code Description Quantity Unit Price (USD) Total Price (USD) 8202-E4B IBM Power 720 Central Electronics Complex (CEC) enclosure 1 338 338 8202-8351 3.0GHz POWER7 processor module (1 chip, 6 cores) w/24MB L3 cache 1 1,200 1,200 8202-8361 One Processor Activation for Processor Feature #8351 1 935 935 8202-4526 8GB (2 x 4GB) Memory DIMMs 1066MHz DDR3 DRAM 8 1,065 8,520 8202-5887 EXP24S Generation 2 Expansion Drawer (24 x 2.5" SAS hot swap disk bays) 2 5,400 10,800 8202-5618 Storage Backplane - 6 SFF Bays/ SATA DVD/HH Tape 1 799 799 8202-1885 300GB SAS 10,000rpm 2.5" hot-swap disk drive (AIX/Linux only) 2 798 1,596 8202-1925 300GB SAS 10,000rpm 2.5" hot-swap disk drive (for use with #5887) 48 798 38,304 8202-5762 SATA slimline DVD-RAM drive 1 299 299 8202-5603 System AC Power Supply, 1725 W 2 400 800 5770-SSA-1550 IBM i 7.1 (w/1 year SWMA) - Power 720 6/8-core, per processor 1 14,995 14,995_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Total for IBM Power 720 Express: 78,586IBM pricing source: http://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/rep_ca/5/897/ENUS111-065/ENUS-111-065-List_prices_2011_04_12.PDFOracle T3-1 configuration1 x 1,65GHz T3 processor64 GB RAM8 x 300GB SAS2 HDD‟s1 x SAS2 RAID BBWC HBA1 x F20 Card_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Total for T3-1: 34,213
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for Agile Product Lifecycle Management• 36% lower acquisition cost than IBM – Comparison is based on Oracle vs IBM configurations listed below. Unlike Oracle, IBM systems have to incur additional costs f or deploying virtualized environments. VMware (license and support) costs were used. – Oracle: Sun Fire X4800 M2 (Config 3), 8-CPU Intel E7-8870, 1TB RAM - $153,076. Source: shop.oracle.com, as of 8/25/2011 – IBM: IBM System x3850 X5 (Model 7143AC1), 4-CPU Intel E7-8870, 1TB RAM - $196,567.00. Source: http://www-304.ibm.com/shop/americas/content/home/store_IBMPublicUSA/en_US/evp/x3850X5.html, as of 8/25/2011. VSphere 5 licensing cost for above IBM system: $42,785.00. Source: http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/vsphere_pricing.pdf. Assumptions: Base*Sockets+($1000 per 24GB pRAM allocated to vRAM after initial 96GB entitlement). b=$995*4. m=(1024-96/24)($1000). L=b+m. Total price for IBM: $239,352. – Claim: Oracle solution has 36% lower acquisition cost, including licenses – „Tax on usage‟ term is based on VMWare licensing scheme for VSphere 5: http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/vsphere_pricing.pdf• High throughput, high capacity – 400,000 transactions per hour; up to 800 users• Based on internal testing performed in accordance with specifications listed in Oracle Agile Product Lifecycle Capacity Planning Guide: http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E15366_04/otn/pdf/install/E16470_02.pdf• Oracle on Oracle – Oracle has not certified any of its products on VMware virtualized environments. Oracle Support will assist customers running Oracle products on VMware in the following manner: Oracle will only provide support for issues that either are known to occur on the native OS, or can be demonstrated not to be as a result of running on VMware. – If a problem is a known Oracle issue, Oracle support will recommend the appropriate solution on the native OS. If that soluti on does not work in the VMware virtualized environment, the customer will be referred to VMware for support. When the customer can demonstrate that the Oracle solution does not work when running on the native OS, Oracle will resume support, including logging a bug with Oracle Development for investigation if required. – If the problem is determined not to be a known Oracle issue, we will refer the customer to VMware for support. When the custo mer can demonstrate that the issue occurs when running on the native OS, Oracle will resume support, including logging a bug with Oracle Development for investigation if required. – NOTE: Oracle has not certified any of its products on VMware. For Oracle RAC, Oracle will only accept Service Requests as des cribed in this note on Oracle RAC 11.2.0.2 and later releases https://support.oracle.com/CSP/main/article?cmd=show&type=NOT&doctype=HOWTO&id=942852.1 https://support.oracle.com/CSP/main/article?cmd=show&type=NOT&id=249212.1
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for WebCenter• Best acquisition costPricing Analysis for WebCenter Suite vs. WebSphere/Lotus (Portal & Services). Software cost only. Oracle WebCenter is 38% less. Note: LicensingCost mentioned here use PVUs instead of per user licensing to be compared to Oracle pricing• Best scalabilityTest results published (page11): http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/systems-hardware-architecture/oo-soln-webcenter-11g-170243.pdf Midrange CPU (400IBM PVUs) OraclePortal (Enable) $146/PVUs x 2 dual core servers $ 584,000 WebCenter Suite $125,000 x 2 $500,000 dual core serversQuickR $300/ PVUs x 2 dual core servers $120,000 WebCenter Services includedConnections $450/PVU x 2 dual core servers $90,000 WebCenter Services IncludedSame time $338/PVU x 2 dual core servers $135,200 WebCenter Real Time Collab $50,000 $25,000 x 2 processorsApplication $174/PVU x 2 dual core servers $69,600 $30,000 x 2 Processors $60,000ServerDirectory Server $106/PVU x dual core servers $42,400 Runtime License of IDM included Total $978,560 Total $611,000.00
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for Lifecycle Content Management• Lowest cost storage archiving – 1/3 the cost of single tier disk storage – The cost comparison of single tier disk storage to tiered storage is based on the original study by Horison Information Strat egies, 2009. Excerpt from the table on page 4 is below: – 100TB under management single tier: $1,350,000 – 100TB under management 2 disk tiers: $765,000 – 100TB under management tiered storage $359,250 – Power and cooling are NOT considered in these calculations. For additional details, refer to: http://www.horison.com/OracleTieredStorageTakesCenterStage.pdf• 2.5x better TCO vs EMC Symmetrix VMAX – Save $3M over 5 years vs competitor‟s 100TB storage solution – TCO analysis done using industry accepted formulas. Power consumption and floor space requirements sourced from EMC publically available power calculators and/or product specification sheets. The TCO comparison is based on Oracle tiered storage vs EMC VMAX Tier 1 with disk backup using Data Domain for 100TB of usable storage. Oracle EMC Net Savings Hardware Acquisition 770637 2831000 2060363 Hardware Service 425256 711660 286404 Software 504000 1103483 599483 Power and Cooling 48756 134148 85392 Floor Space 54753 79267 24514 Tape Media 20465 0 -20465 Total: 1823867 4859558 $3,035,691 – HW price advantage is 3.674x – TCO advantage is 2.657x – EMC pricing information sourced from http://www.emc.com/sales/stateofny/• Access 100% of your data regardless of it‟s age – Transparent, dynamic management of data on all tiers of storage while maintaining immediate access. – SAM QFS presents the file system as if all data is on primary disk. As data is accessed that is on archive devices only, SAM dynamically stages the data to the primary disk or directly to the application for immediate access.
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for Weblogic Suite• 1/2 better acquisition cost – Based on comparison of two architectures. Oracle configuration using Sun Blade 6000 chassis and one Ethernet Switched NEM 24p 10GE is captured (page 6 ) here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/systems-hardware-architecture/oo-soln-weblogic-11g-170238.pdf. To construct comparable configuration using standard networking components from Cisco will require one Cisco 4900M 10GbE networking switch and two 8 port X2 cards plus cables. As of 4/15/2011: – Ethernet Switched NEM 24p 10GE is $13,500 (https://shop.sun.com/store/productsa/183cc81d-a3dd-11de-9d26-080020a9ed93?intcmp=soc) – Cisco 4900M 10GbE switch is $11,400 (http://www.cdw.com/shop/products/Cisco-Catalyst-4900M-switch-8-ports-managed-rack-mountable/1392267.aspx) – Cisco 8 port X2 cards is $5,000 (http://www.cdw.com/shop/products/Cisco-8-port-2-1-10-Gigabit-Ethernet-X2-half-card-expansion- module/1513755.aspx?enkwrd=ALLPROD%3a|1513755|All%20Product%20Catalog). Need 2x. Total is $10,000 – Cisco X2-10GB-CX4 Transceiver Module is $423 ( http://www.cdw.com/shop/products/Cisco-10GBASE-CX4-Module/855305.aspx?enkwrd=ALLPROD%3a|Cisco%2520X2-10GB- CX4|All%20Product%20Catalog). Need 24x. Total is $10,152 – The total price using Cicso switch, components and cabling enough to connect all blades is $31,500. Therefore, Oracle NEM at $13,500 is less than half the cost.• 40% lower access cost per transaction – Based on 40% reduction in back-end data source (DB) load when implementing Coherence. Additional details (page 26): http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/systems-hardware- architecture/oo-soln-weblogic-11g-170238.pdf – This applies to any backend data source, including mainframe. Accessing mainframes typically incur per transaction cost. Therefore decreasing those accesses by 40% by placing Coherence, using Oracle Tuxedo, in front of the mainframe would lower the access costs proportionally.• 2.5x faster eCommerce results – Based on internal testing published via the following whitepaper (page 29): http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/systems-hardware-architecture/oo-soln-weblogic-11g-170238.pdf – Comparison was done by adding Coherence tier versus running the same test without Coherence
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for for Database• Up to 44% lower TCO than HP – TCO analysis done using industry accepted formulas. Power consumption and floor space requirements sourced from HP‟s publically available power calculators and/or product specification sheets. HP‟s pricing information sourced from Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC), as of 4/20/2011. Source URL: http://www.tpc.org/results/individual_results/HP/HP-1TB-Superdome2-64c-ES.pdf. Complete analysis is documented in the following White Paper: {URL is forthcoming}• Best performance in a range of enterprise applications – 7 World Records and counting (see next slide titled “Oracle Database 11g on M-series”)• 2.5 times faster than IBM – TPC-H, QphH, $/QphH tm of Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC). More info www.tpc.org. TPC-H@3000GB as of 4/7/2011. Sun SPARC Enterprise M9000-64 server: 386,478.3 QphH@3000GB, $19.25/QphH@3000GB, available 09/20/2011 (world record non-clustered TPC-H 3TB result). IBM POWER 595 Model 9119-FHA, 156,537.3 QphH@3000GB, $20.60/QphH@3000GB, available 11/24/2009. (Best IBM TPC-H 3000GB performance (QphH) and price/performance ($/QphH) result)
  • Oracle Database 11g on M-series Record-breaking PerformanceWorld SPARC Supports database tier of SPECjAppServer2004 benchmark and beats IBM p595 with DB2 and HP Superdome 9000.Record Enterprise M9000 Delivers breakthrough performance of 28,648.74 SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard on the SPECjAppServer2004 (2.88 GHz) benchmark. with SPARC Enterprise T5440 servers at the application tier (1). SPARC Top TWO results for non-cluster Oracle Database 11g Decision Support result on TPC-HWorldRecord Enterprise M9000 benchmark with performance of 386,478.3 QphH@3000GB. Beats POWER6-based IBM p595 (3.0 GHz) with Sybase IQ by 2.5x(2). SPARC M4000, running Oracle PeopleSoft N.A. Payroll 240K employees and Oracle Database 11g, accelerated by the Sun StorageWorld Enterprise M4000/M5000 F5100 Flash Array is 2.1x faster than IBM. M5000, running 500K employees, processed payroll 18% faster than IBM Z10-Record class mainframe with a list price of over $6M and defeated HP Itanium-based system (3) (2.53 GHz) New SPARC Enterprise M5000 M5000 server configured with Oracles Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array and running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 softwareWorld supported a world record result on Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Financials 9.0 (4).Record (2.66 GHz) SPARC Posts the new world record on Oracle Hyperion Essbase ASO benchmark. Essbase is a component of Oracle FusionWorld Enterprise M5000Record Middleware that uses Oracle Database 11g to manage over one billion data items(5). (2.53 GHz) New SPARC M3000 server running at the database tier, enabled Oracles SPARC T3-1 server running Oracle JD EdwardsWorld Enterprise M3000 EnterpriseOne to post a record result of 5,000 users, with 0.523 seconds of average transaction time. This result beats IBMRecord (2.53 GHz) POWER7 result by 25%(6).World SPARC Best database hardware for Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise Campus solutions. Oracle Solaris with Oracle Database 11gRecord Enterprise M4000 boosted by Sun Flash Accelerator F20 card delivered up to 40% improvement on batch jobs compared to Itanium-based HP (2.53 GHz) rx6600 solution(7).
  • SubstantiationsOracle Database 11g on M-series slide• SPEC, SPECjAppServer are registered trademarks of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Results as of March 7, 2011. Source: www.spec.org. SPECjAppServer2004. App. tier: Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 cluster (20 chips, 160 cores) 28,648.74 SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard. DB tier: Sun SPARC Enterprise M9000. App. Tier: HP BL870c cluster (68 chips, 136 cores) 28,463.03 SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard. DB tier: HP Superdome 9000. App. tier: IBM HS21 cluster (32 chips, 128 cores) 22,634.13 SPECjAppServer2004 JOPS@Standard. DB tier: IBM p595.• TPC-H, QphH, $/QphH tm of Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC). More info www.tpc.org. TPC-H@3000GB as of 4/7/2011. Sun SPARC Enterprise M9000-64 server: 386,478.3 QphH@3000GB, $19.25/QphH@3000GB, available 09/20/2011 (world record non-clustered TPC-H 3TB result) Sun SPARC Enterprise M9000-32 server: 198,907.5QphH@3000GB, $16.58/QphH@3000GB, available 04/05/2011 (world record non- clustered TPC-H 3TB result). IBM POWER 595 Model 9119-FHA, 156,537.3 QphH@3000GB, $20.60/QphH@3000GB, available 11/24/2009. (Best IBM TPC-H 3000GB performance (QphH) and price/performance ($/QphH) result)• Oracles PeopleSoft Payroll NA 9.0. Sun SPARC Enterprise M4000 (4x 2.53GHz SPARC64) 43.78 min, IBM Z990 (6 gen1) 91.70 min, HP rx6600 (4 1.6GHz Itanium2) 68.07 min, Oracles PeopleSoft Payroll NA 9.0. Sun SPARC Enterprise M5000 (8 2.53GHz SPARC64 VII) 50.11 min, IBM z10 (9 gen1) 58.96 min, HP rx7640 (8 1.6GHz Itanium2) 96.17 min www.oracle.com/apps_benchmark/html/white-papers-peoplesoft.html• Oracles PeopleSoft Financials 9.0. SPARC T3-1 (1x 1.65GHz SPARC-T3), Oracles SPARC Enterprise M5000 (8 2.53GHz SPARC64), 38.66 min. http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/ora-fin-d-i-t-l-oracle-m4k-286901.pdf• Oracle Essbase: www.oracle.com/solutions/mid/oracle-hyperion-enterprise.html, as of 3/3/2011.• Copyright 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners. Results as of 3/6/2011.• Oracle‟s PeopleSoft Campus 9.0. For more information, please see http://www.oracle.com/us/solutions/benchmark/apps-benchmark/ps9-campus-9-ora- sun-sparc-solaris-166427.pdf
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure• Best Total Cost of Ownership – 36% better three-year TCO than HP • TCO savings are based on study by Edison Group “The Optimized Stack: Reducing Total Cost of Ownership through Vertical Integration”. All vendor pricing, as of July 12, 2011. The study concluded that Oracle‟s Sun Blade X6270 M2 servers offer a 36% lower three-year total cost of ownership than a comparable HP BladeSystem c7000 with ten BL460c G7 and networking deployed with RHEL and vSphere. Source: http://www.oracle.com/us/products/servers-storage/servers/x86/edison-x86- infrastructure-tco-wp-431547.pdf• Lowest Deployment Time w/ VM Templates – Up to 98% faster VM instance deployment than HP • Claim is based on Oracle internal testing. Oracle measured the time from the start of physical implementation of Oracle‟s Sun Blade 6000 system with 10 Sun Blade X6270 blades until the first Oracle VM virtual machine was deployed and ready for software installation. This time was compared to an equivalent configuration that consisted of 10 HP BL460c G7 running RHEL and vSphere. The time required by Oracle was roughly 1 hour vs. 99 hours required by HP. External link to this study is forthcoming.
  • Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle Secure Backup• 1/5 the cost of Symantec solution – This is based on Oracle Secure Backup Software licensing compared to Netbackup. The number is even greater when hardware and storage costs are considered. The overall licensing cost comparison between Oracle Secure Backup and other vendors would show Oracle Secure Backup to be from 1.5x to 2.5x less costly per year depending on features used with all software packages being compared. The key differentiator is that Oracle does not charge for capacity at all. Note that for large customers that use ELAs with their backup software vendor these claims may not be valid. For example, a mid-Western state purchased an Exadata (the most common size 1/4 rack) and all the licensing required to back it up to their existing Netbackup solution was already in their ELA agreement.• 20X lower $/GB than D2D – The cost comparison of disk to tape storage media is based on the original study by Horison Information Strategies, 2009. Power and cooling are NOT considered in this number. For additional details, refer to: http://www.horison.com/OracleTieredStorageTakesCenterStage.pdf• Scale capacity and performance linearly – The solution uses a building block approach to achieve linear scalability. Adding backup bandwidth is done by adding tape drives, each tape drive added delivers guaranteed bandwidth as there are no shared resources between tape drives. Adding capacity is done by adding tapes.