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Oracle on RHEL is a great combination. The pot gets even sweeter with Fusion-io's iomemory gets added to the mix. Team Red Hat has done some excellent benchmarking to show that a single commodity ...

Oracle on RHEL is a great combination. The pot gets even sweeter with Fusion-io's iomemory gets added to the mix. Team Red Hat has done some excellent benchmarking to show that a single commodity server with RHEL and ioDrives can deliver mind-blowing throughput and IOPS. If you have a read-heavy Oracle workload on RHEL and can't use Oracle Smart Flash Cache, just use directCache from Fusion-io and get it done.

I am presenting this at the Red Hat mini-theatre at the Oracle Open World 2012.

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    Accelerating Oracle on Red Hat Enterprise Linux with ioMemory Accelerating Oracle on Red Hat Enterprise Linux with ioMemory Presentation Transcript

    • ACCELERATING ORACLE ON RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX WITH IOMEMORY Sumeet Bansal, Principal Solutions Architect, Fusion-io
    • AGENDA▸  ioMemory Solves the Data Supply Problem▸  Benefits of ioMemory▸  Oracle Acceleration▸  ioMemory and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Reference Architecture▸  Use Cases and Deployment Scenarios▸  Customer Case Studies October 1, 2 2012
    • IOMEMORY SOLVES THE DATA SUPPLY PROBLEM The Performance of a SAN… …in the Palm of Your Hand Optimized for Disks Optimized for Flash October 1, 3 2012
    • BENEFITS: REDUCING FOOTPRINT October 1, 4 2012
    • BENEFITS: DATA WHERE IT’S MOST EFFECTIVE October 1, 5 2012
    • BENEFITS: ACCELERATES ORACLETechvalidate survey of Fusion-io customers▸  90% achieve 3x performance▸  27% achieve 10x performance▸  50% achieve full ROI in 6 monthsRedHat▸  Fusion-io 3x faster than Fibre ChannelUS Navy▸  Fusion-io 800% faster than RAID-5Dell▸  60x faster query response times with DB on Fusion-io▸  45x faster queries with Oracle Smart Flash Cache on Fusion-io October 1, 6 2012
    • IOMEMORY PLATFORMThree form factors▸  ioDrive2 (half-height)▸  ioDrive2 Duo (full height, half-length)▸  ioDrive2 Octal (full-height, full-length)Locally installed PCI Express productsApplications access as block storage▸  e.g., /dev/fioaFor the complete story please visit▸  http://www.fusionio.com/platforms/ October 1, 7 2012
    • SPECIFICATIONSCapacities: 365 GB to 10.24 TBBandwidth: 560 MB/s to 6.7 GB/sIOPS: 84,000 to 1,300,000Access Latencies: 15 µs writes, 47 to 68 µs readsInterface: PCI-Express 2.0▸  ioDrive: x4 low profile, 24 Watts▸  ioDrive Duo: x8 full height, half length, 55 Watts▸  ioDrive Octal: x16 full height, full length, 150 WattsRuns on Windows, OEL, RHEL, SLES, HP-UX, VMware ESX, OSX, and Solaris x86 October 1, 8 2012
    • IOMEMORY & RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE Hardware Software* http://www.redhat.com/resourcelibrary/reference-architectures/Optimizing-Fusion-ioMemory-on-Red-Hat-Enterprise-Linux-6-for-Database-Performance-Acceleration October 1, 9 2012
    • IOMEMORY & RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE Throughput* http://www.redhat.com/resourcelibrary/reference-architectures/Optimizing-Fusion-ioMemory-on-Red-Hat-Enterprise-Linux-6-for-Database-Performance-Acceleration October 1, 10 2012
    • IOMEMORY & RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE IOPS* http://www.redhat.com/resourcelibrary/reference-architectures/Optimizing-Fusion-ioMemory-on-Red-Hat-Enterprise-Linux-6-for-Database-Performance-Acceleration October 1, 11 2012
    • IOMEMORY & RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX REFERENCE ARCHITECTURE* http://www.redhat.com/resourcelibrary/reference-architectures/Optimizing-Fusion-ioMemory-on-Red-Hat-Enterprise-Linux-6-for-Database-Performance-Acceleration October 1, 12 2012
    • ORACLE USE CASES STANDALONE VIRTUAL ORACLE RAC Max Acceleration Max Cost Optimization Max Scalability•  Lowest latency •  Drop-in SAN/NAS acceleration •  Multi-protocol•  Smallest footprint •  Storage workload reduction •  Platform independent•  For I/O intensive applications •  Greater VM density •  For clustered architectures FLASH OPTIMIZATION 13
    • STANDALONE DATABASE SOLUTIONS▸  Entire database on ioMemory▸  High I/O files on ioMemory▸  Physical storage cache: •  directCache •  Oracle Smart Flash Cache▸  ASM preferred reads▸  Data Guard for High Availability October 1, 14 2012
    • DIRECTCACHEDatabase blocks Temp, Undo, Redoread from externalstorage are copiedas block image toioMemory directCacheSubsequent reads ofthe same block areserved by Fusion-io Oracle ArchivelogsYou decide which Database anddata is cached Files Backups October 1, 15 2012
    • ORACLE USE CASES STAND ALONE VIRTUAL ORACLE RAC Max Acceleration Max Cost Optimization Max Scalability•  Lowest latency •  Drop-in SAN/NAS acceleration •  Multi-protocol•  Smallest footprint •  Storage workload reduction •  Platform independent•  For I/O intensive applications •  Greater VM density •  For clustered architectures FLASH OPTIMIZATION 16
    • VIRTUALIZED ORACLE DATABASE▸  Fusion ioTurbine •  Cache VMware virtualized workloads •  Increase write I/O pressure by caching reads •  Works for any multiple Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Oracle versions October 1, 17 2012
    • FUSION-IO IOTURBINE Multiple instances of Oracle on a single server Bare-metal performance in a virtualized environment Uses existing SAN October 1, 18 2012
    • ORACLE USE CASES STAND ALONE VIRTUAL ORACLE RAC Max Acceleration Max Cost Optimization Max Scalability•  Lowest latency •  Drop-in SAN/NAS acceleration •  Multi-protocol•  Smallest footprint •  Storage workload reduction •  Platform independent•  For I/O intensive applications •  Greater VM density •  For clustered architectures FLASH OPTIMIZATION 19
    • ORACLE RACION Data Accelerator as direct storage or as cache withOracle Smart Flash Cache October 1, 20 2012
    • ION DATA ACCELERATOR▸  Install software on supported servers or buy pre-integrated system▸  Single HP DL370 G6 generates up to 1 million IOPS and 6 GB/s▸  Complete software to setup, manage, and monitor across enterprise▸  Available synchronous replication between appliances ensures high availability▸  Supports ASM, RAC, Data Guard October 1, 21 2012
    • IOMEMORY & ORACLE DATA GUARDSignificantly accelerate Data Guard replication▸  Active-Passive cluster with up to 30 standby copiesData Guard supports Sync and Async replicationMaximum Protection Mode guarantees zero data loss October 1, 22 2012
    • CASE STUDIESMore Oracle case studies at:http://www.fusionio.com/case-studies/ October 1, 23 2012
    • THANK YOUSumeet BansalPrincipal Solutions Architectsumeet@fusionio.com