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Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
Private Cloud Database Consolidation
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Private Cloud Database Consolidation

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Oracle Exadata, Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Real Application Clusters enable consolidation of multiple applications on clustered server and storage pools-providing unbeatable fault tolerance, …

Oracle Exadata, Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Real Application Clusters enable consolidation of multiple applications on clustered server and storage pools-providing unbeatable fault tolerance, performance and scalability. Learn how these technologies can be used to consolidate your databases onto a private cloud—and realize the efficiencies of mixed workload consolidation, workload and resource management, and dynamic provisioning for elastic scalability.

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  • 1. Private Cloud Database Consolidation<br />
  • 2. © 2009 Oracle Corporation<br />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.<br />
  • 3. NIST Definition of Cloud Computing v15 <br />Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demandnetwork access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 4. Traditional Computing EnvironmentsSilo’s of hardware, storage, software & applications<br />Sized for individual peak loads<br />Inefficient and expensive<br />Meet changing business needs?<br />Inflexible and unresponsive<br />Expensive to manage<br />Too many moving parts<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 5. Cloud Computing EnvironmentsReduced complexity & costs, higher quality of service<br />Sized for Data Center<br />Resource pooling<br />High quality of service<br />Meet changing business needs?<br />Elasticity on-demand<br />Rapid self service provisioning<br />Easy to manage at lower cost<br />Fewer moving parts<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 6. Private Database Cloud Business Drivers <br />Resource management<br />Faster performance<br />Dynamic services<br />Higher availability<br />Improve Quality of Service<br />Shared resources<br />Tighter security<br />Improve <br />Agility<br />Reduce<br />Complexity<br />Reduce<br />IT Costs<br />Fewer configurations<br />Capital costs<br />Standardize database<br />Management costs<br />Standardize Operating System<br />Downtime costs<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 7. What’s driving Public Cloud adoption?<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 8. ROI<br />Database<br />Cloud<br /> Workload<br /> Database<br /> OS<br /> Storage<br />Infrastructure<br />Cloud<br /> Servers<br />Consolidation<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />Private Database CloudGreatest consolidation, maximum ROI<br />
  • 9. Database Cloud Architectures Common building blocks are shared server and storage pools<br />Infrastructure Cloud<br />Database Cloud<br />Database Cloud<br />CRM<br />DW<br />ERP<br />ERP<br />DW<br />CRM<br />ERP<br />DW<br />CRM<br />DB<br />DB<br />DB<br />DB<br />OS<br />OS<br />OS<br />DB<br />DB<br />DB<br />Hypervisor<br />OS<br />OS<br />OS<br />OS<br />Database<br />Share server pool<br />Real Application Clusters<br />Server<br />Deploy in dedicated VMs<br /> Server virtualization<br /> Schema<br />Share database instances <br /> Real Application Clusters<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 10. Infrastructure CloudProvision a Database in a VM<br />Requires Oracle VM<br />Works with single & clustered servers<br />Supports heterogeneous OS<br />Excellent isolation<br />Low consolidation density<br />Server and storage only<br />Performance issues<br />Hypervisor overhead<br />Low ROI<br />But, simple to implement<br />CRM<br />DW<br />ERP<br />OS<br />OS<br />OS<br />DB<br />DB<br />DB<br />Hypervisor<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 11. Private Database Cloud Provision Databases Natively<br />Requires Real Application Clusters<br />Supports all Oracle applications<br />Requires common OS<br />Linux, Unix, Windows<br />High consolidation density<br />Servers, storage and OS<br />Excellent performance<br />No hypervisor overhead<br />High ROI<br />Especially using commodity hardware<br />ERP<br />DW<br />CRM<br />DB<br />DB<br />DB<br />OS<br />OS<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 12. Private Database CloudProvision a Schema to a Shared Database<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />Requires Real Application Clusters<br />Extremely fast provisioning<br />Requires common OS<br />Least isolation<br />Highest consolidation density<br />Servers, storage, OS, database<br />Excellent performance<br />Fewest database instances<br />Highest ROI<br />But, requires application validation<br />ERP<br />DW<br />CRM<br />DB<br />OS<br />OS<br />
  • 13. Enabling the Private Database CloudYears of continuous Oracle innovation<br />Oracle Exadata<br />Smart Scans<br />Smart Flash Cache<br />Hybrid Columnar Compression<br />Oracle Database 11g<br />InfiniBand support<br />Quality of Service Management<br />Server Pools<br />Oracle Database 10g<br />I/O resource management<br />Instance caging<br />Automatic Storage Management<br />Dynamic Database Services<br />Real Application Clusters<br />Oracle9i Database<br />Database Services<br />CPU Resource Management<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 14. Oracle Exadata Database MachineOptimized for Private Cloud Consolidation<br /><ul><li>Database Server Pool
  • 15. Oracle Database 11g Release 2
  • 16. Oracle Real Application Clusters
  • 17. Automatic Storage Management
  • 18. Storage Server Pool
  • 19. Up to 336 TB disk
  • 20. 5 TB flash storage
  • 21. Oracle Exadata Storage Software
  • 22. InfiniBand Network
  • 23. 40 Gb/sec redundant switches</li></ul>© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 24. Workload and Resource ManagementDatabases run as Services across shared platform<br /><ul><li>Resource Manager allocates CPU and Memory
  • 25. Also I/O usage on Exadata
  • 26. Instance caging allocates cores per instance
  • 27. Capacity-on-demand for elastic cloud computing </li></ul>© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 28. Provisioning Software to the CloudLower complexity via Reference Configurations<br />Create Reference <br />Configuration<br />Stage As Gold Image<br />Provision Database<br />On Cloud<br />ManageCentrally<br /><ul><li>Gold image reference configurations
  • 29. Standardized deployments via profiles
  • 30. Rapidly provision databases to the Cloud
  • 31. Monitor change centrally to ensure compliance</li></ul>© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 32. Private Database Cloud Oracle Technology Enables Private Database Clouds<br />Workload management<br />Extreme performance<br />Instance caging<br />Maximum availability<br />Improve Quality of Service<br />Server pools<br />Database security<br />Improve <br />Agility<br />Reduce<br />Complexity<br />Reduce<br />IT Costs<br />Configuration Pack<br />Diag & Tuning Packs<br />Provisioning Pack<br />Advanced Compression<br />Automatic Storage Management<br />Real Application Clusters<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 33. Cloud Architectural AssessmentPick the architecture that best suits your needs<br />* = Need to ensure application schemas can co-exist<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 34. What type of Consolidation?<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 35. Commonwealth Bank AustraliaConsolidated 300 Databases onto Exadata<br />Enterprise servers configured by CBA<br />Commodity clusters configured by CBA<br />Commodity clusters configured by Oracle<br />P & L break even in Year 1<br />Positive cash flow in Year 2<br />50% ROI over 5 Years <br />Application OpEx is 40–50% of standalone environment<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 36. Private Cloud Database Consolidation <br />Oracle enables all levels of consolidation<br />Infrastructure, Database, Schema<br />The higher the consolidation density<br /> The greater the return on investment<br />Oracle Exadata Database Machine<br />Ideal Private Cloud consolidation platform<br />Fastest time-to-market<br />Customers already saving with consolidation<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 37. Q&A<br />© 2009 Oracle Corporation<br />
  • 38. For More Information<br />http://search.oracle.com<br />oracle database 11g<br />or<br />www.oracle.com/database<br />© 2011 Oracle Corporation<br />

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