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DBaaS - The Next generation of database infrastructure

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This presentation describes how to successfully implement DBaaS on Oracle technology.

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DBaaS - The Next generation of database infrastructure

  1. 1. BASEL BERN BRUGG DÜSSELDORF FRANKFURT A.M. FREIBURG I.BR. GENEVA HAMBURG COPENHAGEN LAUSANNE MUNICH STUTTGART VIENNA ZURICH Database as a Service Emiliano Fusaglia Principal Consultant LS-IMS The next generation of database infrastructure #SDF16
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Introduction What is Database as a Service DBaaS vs Traditional Database Architecture 2. DBaaS Option 1 - Virtualization Option 2 - Grid Infrastructure & Multitenant Database 3. Conclusion DBaaS Takeaway #SDF16
  3. 3. Introduction #SDF16
  4. 4. What is Database as a Service? DBaaS is a Cloud base approach to manage databases, the database functionality is delivered as a service to one or more consumers, masking all complexities. A successful implementation has to satisfy the following characteristics: Flexible, scalable, secure and on-demand platform, oriented to the self-service. Consolidated database environment with mutualized HW & SW resources . The Platform Governance among other functionalities includes: Lifecycle management, Capacity Planning and Capacity Management. Industrialization and automation of the repeatable tasks. Optimized Time-to-market. Cost Efficiency. #SDF16
  5. 5. DBaaS vs Traditional Database Architecture Major differences between the two solutions. #SDF16
  6. 6. Traditional DB Strategy VS DBaaS DBaaS vs Traditional DB Architecture Sales ERP CRM HRDWH Web Commodity HW leveraged by SW redundancy and HW consolidation Expensive dedicated Servers offering HW redundancy #SDF16
  7. 7. Traditional DB Strategy VS DBaaS DBaaS vs Traditional DB Architecture – Handling Resource Sales ERP CRM HRDWH Web Expensive dedicated Servers offering HW redundancy Commodity HW leveraged by SW redundancy and HW consolidation #SDF16
  8. 8. DBaaS vs Traditional DB Architecture – Handling Failure Sales ERP CRM HRDWH Web Traditional DB Strategy VS DBaaS Expensive dedicated Servers offering HW redundancy Commodity HW leveraged by SW redundancy and HW consolidation #SDF16
  9. 9. CRM WWW CRM Not Scalable Architecture Scalable Architecture 80% busy 80% busy DBaaS vs Traditional DB Architecture – HW Scalability Traditional DB Strategy VS DBaaS #SDF16
  10. 10. DBaaS #SDF16
  11. 11. DBaaS Option 1 Virtualization #SDF16
  12. 12. DBaaS on Virtualized Environment Shared Storage #SDF16
  13. 13. DBaaS on Virtualized Environment Pros Cons Standard architecture for all SW components. Licensing restrictions with Oracle products. Native scalability, flexibility and high availability. I/O performance degradation for high demanding databases. Rapid VM provisioning operations. Increased troubleshooting complexity. Suitable to industrialization and automation. DBAs delegate to System Admins critical database tasks: resource management, high availability, scalability and capacity planning. #SDF16
  14. 14. DBaaS Option 2 Grid Infrastructure & Multitenant Database #SDF16
  15. 15. Grid Infrastructure Overview Oracle offers great native features to build a DBaaS platform: Grid Infrastructure: ASM & CRS provide solid storage and clustering foundation to the database infrastructure at no-additional-cost. RAC & RAC One Node: introduce high availability, scalability and operation flexibility. Resource Manager and Instance Caging: guarantee capped resource consumption, and performance stability. Quality of Service: real time performance analysis, prioritizing the most strategic services and assuring predictable performance for consolidated applications. Multitenant: designed for high consolidation density and cloud environments. #SDF16
  16. 16. Grid Infrastructure Overview #SDF16
  17. 17. Oracle Multitenant Database – Many as One 11 PMON SMON LGWR DBW0 DIAG … SYSTEM SYSAUX REDO CTLUNDO CDB$ROOT [RW] TEMP SYSTEM SYSAUX TEMP PDB$SEED [RO] CRM01 [RW] SYSTEM SYSAUX TEMP FA01 [RW] SYSTEM SYSAUX TEMP CRM DBA CDBDBA FA DBA APP DBA Application Tablespaces Application Tablespaces Source: Trivadis Course Oracle 12c New Features #SDF16
  18. 18. Local PDB Provisioning 11 Source: Trivadis Course Oracle 12c New Features CDB$ROOT [RW] PDB$SEED [RO] CRM [RW] COPY Local Copy of PDB$SEED CDB$ROOT [RW] CRM01 [RO] COPY CRM02 [RW] Local Copy of Application PDB #SDF16
  19. 19. Remote PDB Provisioning 11 Source: Trivadis Course Oracle 12c New Features CDB$ROOT [RW] CRM02 [RW] FA02 [RW] CDB$ROOT [RW] CRM01 [RW] FA01 [RO] COPY via Oracle Net Services CDB 1 CDB 2 #SDF16
  20. 20. Local PDB Provisioning with Snapshot Copy 11 Source: Trivadis Course Oracle 12c New Features Source: Trivadis Course Oracle 12c New Features CDB$ROOT [RW] Local Copy of Application PDB using Snapshot Copy (available on ACFS, ZFSSA and NetApp). … SQL> CREATE PLUGGABLE DATABASE crm02 FROM crm01 SNAPSHOT COPY; Pluggable database created. SQL> ALTER PLUGGABLE DATABASE crm02 OPEN READ WRITE; Pluggable database altered. SQL> ALTER PLUGGABLE DATABASE crm01 CLOSE; Pluggable database altered. SQL> ALTER PLUGGABLE DATABASE crm01 OPEN READ WRITE; Pluggable database altered. CRM01 [RO] CRM02 [RW] Snapshot COPY #SDF16
  21. 21. Grid Infrastructure & Multitenant improve IT efficiency 1/2 Database storage consumption on most of today’s enterprises. Production DR Backup Reporting UAT Test Development Data production copy available for reporting … Backup Each database requires 8x of DB Storage Space Anonymized Production data #SDF16
  22. 22. Grid Infrastructure & Multitenant improve IT efficiency 1/2 Optimization of database storage consumption using Oracle DBaaS setup. Production DR Backup Reporting UAT Test Development Snapshot Copy of production data accessed for reporting … Backup Snapshot Copy of UAT Snapshot Copy of UAT Each database requires 3x of DB Storage Space +DB Snapshots Anonymized Production data #SDF16
  23. 23. Conclusion #SDF16
  24. 24. DBaaS Takeaway From the provisioning phase to the decommissioning one, the DBaaS offers great advantages: The consolidated platform permits all applications benefitting of the same features, reducing time-to-market and increasing efficiency, performance and availability. No waste of resources avoiding fragmentation and low level of utilization. Great vertical and horizontal scalability. Ideal setup to enforce standardization, industrialization, security and automation. The DBaaS platform offers “engineered & built once, use many”. Pay-as-you-Grow Architecture. #SDF16
  25. 25. Emiliano Fusaglia Principal Consultant #SDF16 Confirmez votre présence et évaluez la session avec ce QRC. Un vol en montgolfière à gagner !

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