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Xen Virtualization with Oracle:
Commitment, Integration,
Mission-critical Virtualization
Christi...
The following is intended to outline our general
product direction. It is intended for information
purposes only, and may ...
Oracle Corporation


•   World’s largest business software company
•   $22.4 billion revenue, FY08
•   320,000 global cust...
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Commitment
Oracle’s Commitment




 „We will run our whole
  business on Linux“
                      Lawrence J. Ellison,
          ...
Oracle’s Commitment




 „We will run our base
 development on Linux
  for all our products“
                         Chuc...
Linux: Oracle’s Choice

            Dedicated        Oracle On
           Linux Kernel       Demand
              Team



...
Oracle: Investing in the Xen Community
• Oracle continues to increase its contribution to the Xen.org community
• Now a me...
Oracle: Investing in Technology
(Virtual Iron)

Virtualization Management Requirement                       Oracle   Virtu...
Oracle VM 2.1.5
 June 2009

• Final release of Oracle VM 2.1.x to provide integrated
  bug fixes and software interoperabi...
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Integration
Database                            Middleware                              Applications

• OLTP Database                 ...
Oracle’s Grid-Based Computing
     The Self-Managing Grid

                                                           The ...
Integration: Full-Stack Solutions
                  Enterprise Management
   Service Level            Configuration       ...
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Mission-Critical Virtualization
320,000
customers
Server Virtualization with Oracle VM

    Oracle            Fusion             Oracle             Non-Oracle         Non-O...
Oracle VM
Server Virtualization and Management

  Oracle VM is a free, next-generation
 server virtualization and manageme...
Deploy: Oracle VM Templates

        Templates are pre-configured virtual machines (VMs)
                containing Oracle...
Deploy: Rapid Application Deployment
       with Oracle VM Templates
                   E-Delivery                    Save...
Manage: Across the Entire Stack
Enterprise Manager Grid Control

                                              Application...
Support: Oracle VM Support
• Enterprise-Quality Support
  • No finger pointing: One support call for the complete stack;
 ...
Broad Interest

• Oracle VM interest and adoption is expanding
  rapidly
• Over 100,000 public downloads of Oracle VM
  si...
Oracle’s Internal Usage
 Oracle VM
• Oracle VM widely deployed across Oracle
  • Product Development, Test, QA
  • Oracle ...
Virtualization: Oracle University

  With Grid/Virtualization:
   • 1/6th the hardware
   • CPU utilization increased
    ...
Oracle VM Customer:
    University of Massachusetts
•   Deployment Status: Production
•   Number of Oracle VM Servers: 85
...
Xen - An Integral Component of
Oracle’s Grid Computing Strategy


                • Enable Low Cost Grid Computing
       ...
Resources

• Oracle VM Home Page
  http://www.oracle.com/virtualization


• Oracle’s Virtualization Blog
   http://blogs.o...
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  1. 1. <Insert Picture Here> Xen Virtualization with Oracle: Commitment, Integration, Mission-critical Virtualization Christian Rothe, christian.rothe@oracle.com
  2. 2. 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 remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.
  3. 3. Oracle Corporation • World’s largest business software company • $22.4 billion revenue, FY08 • 320,000 global customers • 85,000 employees • More than 20,000 partners • Over 10,000 Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) • Supporting customers in more than 145 Countries
  4. 4. <Insert Picture Here> Commitment
  5. 5. Oracle’s Commitment „We will run our whole business on Linux“ Lawrence J. Ellison, LinuxWorld, 2002
  6. 6. Oracle’s Commitment „We will run our base development on Linux for all our products“ Chuck Rozwat, LinuxWorld, 2003
  7. 7. Linux: Oracle’s Choice Dedicated Oracle On Linux Kernel Demand Team Global Oracle Support in 145 Enterprise Oracle Runs Its Business Countries Linux on Linux All Oracle 9,000 Products Are Developers Available on Linux
  8. 8. Oracle: Investing in the Xen Community • Oracle continues to increase its contribution to the Xen.org community • Now a member of the Xen.org Advisory Board • Areas of significant contribution include: • New Xen debugger • New implementation effort on the Xen API • Timer testing • New memory caching algorithms • Large page memory support for Xen • Hosted the Xen Summit North America event in February 2009 at Oracle headquarters in Redwood Shores “Having Oracle join the Xen Advisory Board is a significant milestone for the Xen.org community and Xen hypervisor. With Oracle’s industry leadership and enterprise market experience, the Xen.org community is further strengthened, ensuring a continued leadership position as the open source hypervisor of choice.” - Ian Pratt, founder of the Xen project and Chairman of Xen.org
  9. 9. Oracle: Investing in Technology (Virtual Iron) Virtualization Management Requirement Oracle Virtual Today Iron Adds Server Virtualization • Server consolidation • High availability • Virtual machine live migration Dynamic resource management and automation • Capacity management • Power management • Integration: Open, comprehensive, and scriptable API Full stack management and control • Deep insight & management of the full software stack • Management of virtual and physical environments
  10. 10. Oracle VM 2.1.5 June 2009 • Final release of Oracle VM 2.1.x to provide integrated bug fixes and software interoperability with other Oracle products • Web Services API for Oracle VM Manager – better 3rd party software integration • Integrated bug fixes • RPM packages delivered via ULN as well as downloadable ISO images. • Independent new feature releases (shortly after 2.1.5) • Centralized Management CLI
  11. 11. <Insert Picture Here> Integration
  12. 12. Database Middleware Applications • OLTP Database • Application Server • E-Business Suite • Data Warehousing • Application Grid • PeopleSoft • Analytics • SOA / Application Integration • Siebel • Data Security • Business Process Management • JD Edwards • High Availability • Business Intelligence • Primavera Project Mgmt • Information Lifecycle Mgmt • Content Management • G-Log Transportation Mgmt • In-Memory Caching • Identity Management • Agile PLM • Embedded Databases • Data Integration • Governance, Risk, Compliance • Spatial Databases • Enterprise Portals • Oracle Retail • Enterprise Search • Collaboration • Oracle Banking • Database Development Tools • Java Development Tools • Oracle Communications • Management Tools • Management Tools • Oracle Utilities • Database Machine • Hyperion Performance Mgmt • Oracle Insurance • Exadata Storage • Oracle Public Sector/Taxation • Oracle Health Sciences Infrastructure • Linux Operating System • Clusterware • Storage Mgmt • Server Virtualization • Management Tools
  13. 13. Oracle’s Grid-Based Computing The Self-Managing Grid The Self-Managing Grid Integrating… • Across the stack Enabling… The Flexible Grid • Automation Adding… • Self-management • Flexibility • Agility Integration Integration Automation / Applications The Grid …through virtualization Resources that are… Middleware • Distributed • Scalable Database • Manageable OS Virtual Machines Virtualization Physical Pools Physical Pools Mid-Tier Server Clusters Oracle’s unique ability to deliver Real Application Clusters Current Phase cross-stack
  14. 14. Integration: Full-Stack Solutions Enterprise Management Service Level Configuration Provisioning • Dynamic resource management to Management Management enhance service level management and Performance Health Monitoring control Diagnostics Management • Insight into performance and utilization Virtualization Management at every level Comprehensive High Oracle VM • Broader deployments with a more Open API Availability Templates comprehensive feature set Dynamic Power Dynamic Capacity Management Management Live Migration • High availability by-default for application components to speed Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine configuration and deployment Apps Mgmt Apps Mgmt Apps Mgmt Apps Mgmt • Integration and automation with OS Mgmt OS Mgmt OS Mgmt OS Mgmt comprehensive and open APIs Virtualization Server Software Virtualization Server Software • A single environment for managing virtual and physical infrastructures Server Hardware Storage Networks
  15. 15. <Insert Picture Here> Mission-Critical Virtualization
  16. 16. 320,000 customers
  17. 17. Server Virtualization with Oracle VM Oracle Fusion Oracle Non-Oracle Non-Oracle Database Middleware Applications Applications Applications Oracle Oracle Oracle Oracle or Red Hat Microsoft Enterprise Linux Enterprise Linux Enterprise Linux Enterprise Linux Windows Oracle VM • Running Mixed Environments on One Single Server
  18. 18. Oracle VM Server Virtualization and Management Oracle VM is a free, next-generation server virtualization and management solution that makes enterprise applications easier to deploy, manage, and support.
  19. 19. Deploy: Oracle VM Templates Templates are pre-configured virtual machines (VMs) containing Oracle products that are ready-to-go on an Oracle VM virtualized infrastructure
  20. 20. Deploy: Rapid Application Deployment with Oracle VM Templates E-Delivery Save days or weeks in installation Download from Oracle and configuration time • Pre-built, pre-configured VM • Complete app, middleware, DB Siebel Customize & Save installation CRM as Golden Images • Complete Siebel CRM, VM VM VM VM VM Database 11g, Enterprise Manager… Oracle VM Server Pool Siebel CRM VM Oracle VM Servers Start-Up in Oracle VM Pool Import to Oracle VM NAS, SAN, iSCSI Siebel Manager CRM VM
  21. 21. Manage: Across the Entire Stack Enterprise Manager Grid Control Application Application Software Middleware Middleware Cluster Cluster stack … Monitor Database Database Administer Cluster Cluster Oracle Provision Enterprise Live Migrate Linux / OEL Guest Guest Manager Patch OS OS Track configuration Guest Virtual Machines … Virtual Server Hypervisor/VMM (Oracle VM)
  22. 22. Support: Oracle VM Support • Enterprise-Quality Support • No finger pointing: One support call for the complete stack; • Faster, more efficient, expert-driven; • Certified with Oracle products. • Affordable • 24x7 support worldwide: • € 384,- for 2 processors per machine per year • € 768,- for unlimited processors per machine per year • Includes Oracle VM Manager and all advanced features • One Oracle Enterprise Linux subscription required on top of Oracle VM (per physical node) • Risk-free • Deploy with confidence and full backing from Oracle
  23. 23. Broad Interest • Oracle VM interest and adoption is expanding rapidly • Over 100,000 public downloads of Oracle VM since introduction at the end of 2007 • Over 5,000 download of Oracle VM Templates (since Aug’08) • Complete, pre-built, pre-configured solutions from Oracle • Ready to download, import, start-up and use
  24. 24. Oracle’s Internal Usage Oracle VM • Oracle VM widely deployed across Oracle • Product Development, Test, QA • Oracle University’s public training infrastructure • Oracle On Demand: • Oracle’s subscription and managed applications business • As of Dec 2008 • 1,000+ Oracle VM Servers • 6,500+ guest VMs • Enterprise Linux and Windows • Still aggressively rolling across the company • Expect to increase by 2X+ by 2009
  25. 25. Virtualization: Oracle University With Grid/Virtualization: • 1/6th the hardware • CPU utilization increased from 7% to 73% Data Grids Mid-Tier clusters • Revenue per server increased 5X • Servers to administrator Enterprise Real Application Clusters ratio increased 10X Manager Automatic Storage Management © 2007 Oracle Corporation
  26. 26. Oracle VM Customer: University of Massachusetts • Deployment Status: Production • Number of Oracle VM Servers: 85 • Number of Guest VMs: 250 • Guest OS(es): Oracle Enterprise Linux, Windows • Major server hardware: Fujitsu FlexFrame • Major storage hardware: NetApp (NFS) • Workloads/applications deployed: • Suite of PeopleSoft applications, Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise, Identity and Access Management “[University of Massachusetts CTO Michael] Poole said that UMass IT department had been using VMWare … for the past four years, but was standardizing on …. Oracle [VM] since this…solution best supports the university's requirements for on-demand availability of applications and database services. “ 23 September 2008
  27. 27. Xen - An Integral Component of Oracle’s Grid Computing Strategy • Enable Low Cost Grid Computing through a Complete Infrastructure • Linux • Virtualization • Enterprise manager • Single Source of Support for All Infrastructure • Develop and Test the Entire Stack Together • Fast, Easy Bare-Metal Install • Patching and Upgrading • Rapid Issue Resolution
  28. 28. Resources • Oracle VM Home Page http://www.oracle.com/virtualization • Oracle’s Virtualization Blog http://blogs.oracle.com/virtualization • Free Download: Oracle VM http://edelivery.oracle.com/oraclevm
  29. 29. © 2007 Oracle Corporation
  30. 30. © 2007 Oracle Corporation
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