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  • in your own words: What's Oracle's strategy? Right now we're working on four things. We're trying to be best-of-breed at every layer of the stack, whether that's at the hardware layer, silicon or storage. We're trying to be best-of-breed in OS's, in databases, in middleware and applications. We want to work in heterogeneous environments and have a high level of enterprise fit -- to be the best at everything we do. And we line up -- engineering to sales -- to do that.Secondly, we then vertically integrate those pieces. We will take those very same piece-part capabilities that I described and bring them together into a vertically integrated system, like what you see in Exadata, Exalogic and Exalytics, that can provide extreme performance and extreme benefits from a total cost of ownership perspective. For example, the Exadata solution can deliver 70-times improvement in performance -- a report that took 70 minutes now takes one minute. So we're vertically integrating for extreme improvement in performance and TCO for our customers.Thirdly, we are building out our industry capabilities. We're building out our ability to solve our customers' problems that are unique by industry. We have a group focused exclusively on building out solutions in industries like retail, banking, health care, utilities, areas like these. That supplements the other two pieces I described.Fourth, we want the ability to deliver all the capabilities I just described any way the customer wants to get them, through whatever delivery architectures are appropriate for them. We've announced the Oracle Public Cloud -- and I want to make sure I'm clear in differentiating the Oracle Public Cloud. This is an open public cloud. If you want to move data from our cloud to Amazon and then move it back to our cloud, our cloud is open. It won't be like a proprietary cloud from another company, where once you're in their cloud you can't get out. Ours is standards based. At the same time, we can help you architect a private cloud or you can take our applications and our capability onsite and -- just as important -- you can mix and match. You can have a division that's on HCM [human capital management] applications in Asia in the cloud and you could have a division in HCM onsite. You can have your CRM the opposite way, if you so choose and you can change your mind.For us, it's all four: best-of-breed; vertically integrate for extreme differentiation; build out our industries; and deliver with whatever architecture is best suited for the customer. That's our strategy. Oracle's best-of-breed strategy, as described by president Mark HurdOracle's new Fusion applications and plans to win in the evolving server marketJohn Gallant, IDG Enterprise
  • •Key Data Center Issues Being Examined at Gartner Data Center Conference, December 5-8 in Las Vegas•STAMFORD, Conn., December 5, 2011— IT managers are beginning to view the data center more holistically and are taking a more strategic approach to technology procurement and deployment, and technology and service providers that sell into the data center will want to broaden their marketing approach, according to Gartner, Inc."If you are selling into the data center, you are no longer just competing head-to-head with familiar competitors selling like products," said April Adams, research director at Gartner. "Today, you have increased competition not only in your specific area of technological expertise, but for overall enterprise mind share, as well. Providers will need to expand their view of the competitive landscape and consider alternative ways to go to market in order to highlight their strengths and maximize their sales potential."Gartner has identified six ways that technology and service providers can go to market in the data center.Option 1: Compete as a SpecialistIf a provider is competing as a specialist, it specializes in one technology area, and it doesn't try to be all things to all people. It doesn't go to market with converged systems or as a one-stop shot. Specialists want to be perceived as best-in-class in their technology area and covet a reputation as the provider with the most innovative or advanced technology. The primary advantage of this go-to-market option for strategic marketing, product marketing, product management, marketing communications and brand managers is that the approach is familiar. The primary downside is the changing market environment that introduces new competition. True specialists may well be better off trying to lead within their technology area than expanding into adjacent markets.Option 2: Go to Market as a Traditional Portfolio ProviderPortfolio providers are large providers that sell all or some of the various components that make up the data center infrastructure. In the traditional portfolio provider model, these technologies are developed in-house. The primary advantage of this go-to-market strategy lies in the provider's size. Most traditional portfolio providers are large enterprises, which means that they have the resources on hand to focus effectively on more than one technology area and produce successful, if not always groundbreaking, products in the areas deemed important to the customer's marketing strategy. Traditional portfolio providers should carefully monitor the market, and if there is any chance that they might move toward a converged offering, they should begin to explore how an integrated product might be deployed.Option 3: Partner to Achieve a Portfolio OfferingPartnering is an alternative way to get all the necessary data center infrastructure components into the provider's portfolio if it doesn't have offerings in every category in-house. This approach also enables providers to focus their resources on the things they do best and rely on partners for the rest. However, partnerships can be fickle, and sometimes they falter. Those taking the portfolio-by-partnership route should not underestimate the resources required to effectively manage and nurture these partnership relationships.Option 4: Develop a Converged OfferingSome portfolio providers have taken a step beyond certification, integration and test, and developed converged systems or integrated offerings for the data center. If the trend of approaching change in the data center with a definitive strategic plan that includes an integrated project road map continues into 2012, then going to market in this way could position providers as market leaders rather than market followers. Undertaking this strategy is a bold move. This approach represents a commitment to a new kind of data center and a new relationship between providers and customers. It requires significant investment and has the potential to take a long time to achieve a good return on investment (ROI).Option 5: Hedge Your Bets by Using Multiple ApproachesPortfolio providers with a data center transformation (DCT) offering have the opportunity to sell both in the traditional, silo-based way and as a converged system or integrated stack. This strategy has all the benefits of both strategies and, with the exception of not being part of the holistic data center conversation, all of the disadvantages as well. Going to market both ways allows providers to cover all the bases no matter what buyers opt to do, both individually in the short term and collectively for the longer range.Option 6: Sell Your Data Center Technologies as a ServiceThe final go-to-market strategy alternative for the data center is to deliver the technology as a service — cloud or otherwise. There are several ways to achieve this:
  • There are many ways Oracle is optimizing and transforming existing data centers, including any or a mixture or the following:First of all, all of those best in class products are engineered to provide the best results in their respective categories.In addition, they are engineered to work together, and that alone simplifies a great deal for IT organizations. These become the building blocks that customers can build their solutions, but they have already been engineered to work together.» Or we can to all the way to the massively simplified, purpose-built Engineered Systems, such as Exadata, Exalogic and the new Exalytics, and the general purpose engineered system, the SPARC SuperCluster. » But since customers have a wide variety of needs, we take this even further with our Optimized Solutions, which provide flexible, predictable guided deployments that reduce risk, lower TCO and improve productivity that customer build on top of Best-in-Class products or the SPARC SuperCluster.With Oracle Optimized Solutions, you are able to select the best solution for a particular problem and then integrate the parts. In this case, you have a guided deployment, you know that all of the parts are designed to work together in an optimal fashion, you have the flexibility to change or substitute various components, but you know it’s going to work at the end and you purchased it all from one company so service is easier. A that’s a big win.Additional Information:In fact, this illustrates Oracle’s overall strategy for transforming the datacenter. Today’s IT infrastructure is massively customizedwith mix & match technologies that have led to this enormous IT complexity and rising costs.Duplicate systems, proliferating and inconsistent data about customers, employees, products and services, and makeshift integrations lead to longer times to market, poor customer service, inefficient processes and lost opportunities for achieving economies of scale. The complex web of systems and processes results in long lead-times for projects and increasing pressures on datacenter power and cooling. Systems are relatively fragile and risky to modify. Focused on components (perhaps pools of compute or storage components) Services/Labor intensive (internal or external resources): implementation, integration and ongoing maintenance Application / Services deployments are Unique  drives up cost/time/fragility, slows down agility/speed of changesMost Vendors and Customers are focused on Infrastructure Building Blocks as the future directionIncremental Improvements via low-level building blocks (e.g. Server virtualization):Most companies and vendors are able to achieve incremental improvements and efficiencies through server virtualization, and moving towards virtualized pools of compute, storage & network resources. Typically low-level hardware and hypervisor/server building blocks, not application oriented Limited to incremental improvements Oracle offers this too because there is real value in standardizing even at the IaaS levelMassive simplification is Game changing We see an inflection point in the industry – an opportunity to move past the typical incremental improvements and fundamentally change the IT operating model. Oracle is focused on the game changing opportunities for how IT buys, deploys & runs services. Two key areas are elastic cloud services and pre-integrated, workload optimized systems. The goal is take out massive amounts of labor – not just upfront, but throughout the lifecycle of the services you deliver to the business.Oracle is uniquely positioned to deliver vertically integrated systems, delivering a transformation of how technology for the datacenter. Integration happens at multiple layers of the technology stack, starting with “best in class” component technology, database, middleware, and applications, and ultimately through tightly integrated, highly optimized, engineered systems for specific and general purpose workloads.
  • I mentioned how Oracle engineers the entire stack to work together, and that reduces complexity, drives better performance and better savings. If you look at what the alternative is, lets say you get the database from Oracle, but you run it on RedHat, using VMware for virtualization on HP gear running WebSphere. You could be using any number of different storage and networking vendors, might even have a few Windows Servers in the mix. Those disparate products were all designed and engineered by different teams around the world and it’s simply not possible for all of components to be designed and tested to work together with best practices that will yield anywhere near the same results. There is simply no single place where you can go to find out what to order with what, what works best with what, and then how get the most out of a particular set of technologies. So this means not only does the customer have to deal with all these different vendors and purchase orders, they also have to figure out how to put it together. That’s time and money that could be spend on either new solutions, or in transforming I.T.
  • So; looking at how platforms get purchased and launched – what can be done?Let’s play around a bit and compare the traditional model to a pre-integrated model ..Assume that by pre-integrating we take a lot of testing, integration, planning and setup out of implementation and running the platform. Let’s assume that we can remove 75% of the implementation cost and 50% of the running cost.This would mean that the platform would cost 43% less over time. Money that could be spent on new initiatives that help your company accelerate it’s business. Money that can be spent on being proactive and solving problems before they appear ...
  • Compared to the previous example; in this slide we assume a 50% reduction in running cost and 75% reduction in implementation cost based on pre-integrated, pre-tested, pre-packaged solutions. We call it Engineered Systems. Not only a reference architecture – it can actually be bought, implemented and operated as one system.Relative cost on the order of ”57 units” compared to the previous example.
  • Since then, the integrated systems trend has caught onAccording to Gartner… (read from slide)
  • We are excited to launch 4 new products that joined Exadata and Exalogic in the Engineered Systems family earlier this year. These new products adhere to the same technology principles as Exadata and Exalogic, and extend the Engineered Systems’ value proposition. We have been in this business delivering Engineered Systems since 2008 with the introduction of Exadata followed closely by Exalogic. The success of these products has been trulyamazing – outpacing even our goals for adoption. We have over 1200 systems sold to date and expect that number to be 4000 later this year. Exalogic has already surpassed Exadata as the fastest growing product in Oracle’s history and the demand for our new products leads us to believe we will see even greater adoption of our products as they were designed to be “Better Together”.With all of our products the deployment time is minimized, manageability is maximized, the lowest total cost of ownership in comparison to our competitors is delivered to you, implementation risk is minimized, and as always you have one single point of contact for support. These core principles apply to our existing products, our new products, and will certainly apply to the innovation we continue to deliver.
  • Oracle’s integrated approach with SPARC SuperCluster allows customers to install and run applications and business services much faster than acquiring, assembling and cabling all the pieces together separately. In this illustration you can see that building a custom configuration takes months as the pieces are assembled, the systems is diagnosed and tuned and reconfigured, and issues are resolved through multiple vendors. Each SPARC SuperCluster engineered systems is the same, allowing systems to be delivered tested and ready to run and deploy in a matter of days or weeks, as opposed to months. Customers receive the identical configuration that is used by Oracle engineering and there are no unique configuration issues or complex options to troubleshoot. Therefore, SPARC SuperCluster arrives not only as a highly optimized, integrated platform to run existing database, middleware, and customer applications, but it is also easily supportable because all systems are the same. This high degree of integration means no errors in cabling, no issues in hardware compatibility, and built-in redundancy for network, storage, server and connectivity.
  • Why a SPARC Engineered System?Applications plus database in one system“Oracle Best on Oracle” delivers extreme efficiencyEnd-to-end testing, validation, patchingIntegrated and optimized Exadata Storage Servers and world-record SPARC T4-4 compute nodes for extreme database and application performanceZerooverhead virtualization enables mission critical clouds
  • From a simple high-level perspective, SuperCluster can be thought of as a combination of Exadata and Exalogic.The multi-purpose SuperCluster is built on the computing power of the SPARC T4-4 server running the highly scalable Oracle Solaris 11 operating system. Integrated into SuperCluster is the database optimization that comes with Oracle Exadata and the accelerated processing of the Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud software. The entire system has unified systems management with Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c
  • SPARC SuperCluster is much easier and cost-effective to manage than traditional servers. The System includes Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center, which enables customers to provide comprehensive management for all the hardware components and virtualization technologies in the stack. Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c saves time and reduces complexity by allowing customers to manage the application stack in the same manner regardless of whether applications are deployed on physical or virtual machines. Using a single management tool helps improve efficiency and reduces the risk of error that’s introduced when coordinating between multiple tools. Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center also provides the basic tools for managing the lifecycle across the entire hardware infrastructure of SPARC SuperCluster. Customers can perform regular maintenance activities such as health checks, proactive support, and resource monitoring and measurement. Additionally, Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center provides powerful capabilities to manage virtual environments. Technologies such as Oracle VM Server for SPARC, Oracle Solaris Zones, and an intuitive GUI interface enable improved management of virtual machines. Beyond Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center, customers will gain operational efficiencies though the unified patching and upgrading processes that are offered with SPARC SuperCluster. Unlike traditional server environments that require complex and frequently time-consuming patching and upgrade maintenance windows, SPARC SuperCluster is designed to offer a more seamless and integrated process around software and system updates. Embedded hardware diagnostic capabilities provide ‘phone home’ automated service requests. The standard and pre-tested configuration also enables proactive advice from Oracle Advanced Customer Services (ACS). Customers can mitigate risk and free up resources by removing the guesswork from managing critical software updates, patches, feature enhancements, and new releases, as these are automated in SuperCluster. Upgrades and enhancements will be delivered pre-tested so customers know that the entire system is managed and patched from a central point of service accountability.
  • Oracle hardware and software are not only engineered to work together, they are engineered to be maintained, updated, and supported together. We are uniquely qualified to provide optimized performance at every level of the integrated stack, delivering the essential services and resources your business needs to maintain high availability, increase operational efficiency, and gain competitive advantage.Oracle Premier Support provides fully integrated system support with a single point of accountability… 24/7 support with access to Engineered Systems experts 2 hour onsite response Updates, upgrades and support for the Oracle operating system, database and integrated server and storage hardware. Access to My Oracle Support portal which contains a 1 million article database and many, many proactive tools to help you keep systems running at peak performance Oracle Automated Service Request – where your system phones home to Oracle to let us know if there is a problem with the hardware…and now, qualifying customers can also receive the enhanced coverage of Oracle Platinum Services for no additional cost.Oracle Platinum Services is a special entitlement under Oracle Premier Support, delivered at no additional cost.It’s exclusively available on Oracle Exadata, Exalogic and SPARC SuperCluster based on certified configurations.It provides 24/7 Oracle remote fault monitoring Backed by extremely fast response times:5 Minute Fault Notification15 Minute Restoration or Escalation to Development30 Minute Joint Debugging with Development And, quarterly patching deployed by OracleOracle Platinum Services takes standard support to a whole new level with additional, no cost services targeted to delivering high availability.To learn more about Oracle Platinum Services go to:
  • Oracle IaaS delivers Engineered Systems hardware & support for a monthly fee.Oracle IaaS extends Cloud offerings by providing Engineered System hardware deployed on-premise for a monthly fee. Oracle IaaS provides many of the advantages of cloud computing like pay-as-you-go pricing (OPEX vs APEX), elastic scalability on-demand, and greatly reduced management of hardware infrastructure.Systems eligible for IaaS include: Exadata (except for 1/8 Rack) Exadata Storage Expansion Racks ExalogicSPARC SuperClusterExalyticsSun ZFS Storage ApplianceOn PremiseSince Oracle IaaS is deployed on premise, behind the customer’s firewall, customers get the highest level of control and security, enabling them to configure their system to comply with internal or regulatory requirements.Elastic Compute Capacity on Demand (CoD)Oracle IaaS also offers Elastic Compute Capacity on Demand which allows customers to elastically scale environments up and down:For handling peak workloadsCoD cores are either all enabled or all disabled togetherCannot enable just a subset of cores in the systemFor High AvailabilityIf a node fails, CoD cores can be enabled to replace the failed cores at no charge until the failed node is repairedOne of the key advantages is that customers only pay for the months when the CoD core are enabled.NOTE: Capacity on Demand (CoD) IS available for Exadata, Exalogic, Exalytics and SPARC SuperCluster but IS NOT available for Exadata Storage Expansion Racks and Sun ZFS Storage Appliance.Oracle Platinum and PlatinumPlus ServicesLastly, to ensure the highest level of reliability, security, and performance, Oracle IaaS includes advanced support services at no extra cost: NOTE: Platinum and PlatinumPlus Services ARE available for Exadata (including Exadata Storage Expansion Racks), Exalogic, and SPARC SuperCluster but ARE NOT available for Exalytics or Sun ZFS Storage Appliance.Platinum ServicesEnhanced support levels: 5 Minute Fault Notification 15 Minute Restoration or Escalation to Development 30 Minute Joint Debugging with Development Oracle Engineers perform quarterly patching and updates including database patchingPlatinumPlus ServicesAdvanced Reliability, Security, and Performance Services Quarterly automated assessments of Oracle IaaS systems Identify system performance issues, security and compliance issues, reliability issues, and deviations from best practices Provide guidance on hot to correct the issues discovered
  • Through Oracle’s unique capabilities to co-engineer Hardware and Software to deliver greater run time attributes around performance, availability, security, and management combined with TCO advantages, Oracle delivers 15 different Optimized Solutions that deliver significant differentiation and value over the competition. These astounding results are the proof that Oracle is uniquely positioned to deliver unparalleled customer benefits like no one else. No other competitor is capable of engineering optimizations into a single vendor solution like Oracle by applying engineering enhancements to specific areas of the stack where the results are greatest from firmware to application code.All claims used on this slide have substantiations coming from respective Solutions.See Substantiations slides at the end of this presentation. Per Oracle Legal you MUST include those slides for ANY public presentation
  • Virtualization is built on SPARC: OVM for SPARC (LDoms) and Solaris ZonesLegacy Zones were previously called Solaris 8 and Solaris 9 Branded Containers
  • The Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) distributed database product includes the Lock Management System (LMS), a user-level distributed lock protocol which mediates requests for database blocks between processes on the nodes of a database cluster. Fulfilling a request requires traversing and copying data across the user/kernel boundary on the requesting and serving nodes, even for the significant number of requests for blocks with uncontended locks. We have created a kernel accelerator (KA), which filters database block requests destined for LMS processes and directly grants requests for blocks with uncontended locks, thereby eliminating user-kernel context switches, the associated data copying, and LMS application-level processing for those requests.The KA exports shared memory in which the LMS locking daemon places its lock table. The KA intercepts DBMS block requests over the RDSv3 communications protocol used between cluster nodes and calls into a DBMS-provided kernel accelerator run-time (KA RT) module, which consults the shared-memory lock table. If the lock is available, the KA replies from the kernel, granting the request directly to the requesting node; if the lock is not available, the KA passes the request up to the LMS user process, which handles the request in the same fashion as when no KA is present.This not only speeds up the process of granting locks, but it also frees up CPU cycles, thus allowing for better throughput in the order of 30-40% depending on the workload.Note: The next generation Oracle Database technology uses the Oracle RAC Kernel Mode Acceleration. The kernel accelerator is available for Oracle Solaris 11 and Oracle Linux.
  • As a direct result of rewriting the Oracle Solaris virtual memory system, we have been able to do more for the performance of Oracle database deployments on the Oracle Solaris platform.The System Global Area (SGA) is a group of shared memory areas that are dedicated to an Oracle “instance” (an instance is your database programs and RAM). All Oracle processes use the SGA to hold information. The SGA is used to store incoming data (the data buffers as defined by the db_cache_size parameter), and internal control information that is needed by the database. You control the amount of memory to be allocated to the SGA by setting some of the Oracle “initialization parameters”.  OptimizedShared Memory (OSM) allows dynamic resizing of SGA without having to reserve memory and reboot the database like Linux or AIX. This also helps to improve the start up and shutdown of database instances. Using one (or fewer) OSM segments will be faster and simpler than using many Intimate Shared Memory (ISM) segments.OSM has the advantages of DynamicIntimate SharedMemory (DISM) but has resolved the issues of DISM.With OSM memory can be allocated as needed (rather than all at once), and the traditional memcntl() interface can be used to adjust allocation policy. The new interfaces are "optimized" for real world usage – they offer flexibility without compromising performance, and functionality without onerous user requirements. The interfaces are based on the concept of a "granule size", which is set once as part of creating the segment This approach was adopted because it reflects an important real-world usage pattern, and it allows the application to communicate a very relevant bit of usage information (the granule size) to the operating system.Note: The next generation Oracle Database technology uses OSM to dramaticallyspeed up database start and stop operations and allow online resizing ofthe SGA to avoid downtime. This feature is only available in Oracle Solaris 11.
  • Since the acquisition of Sun, Oracle Solaris engineering teams have been working closely with the Oracle Database team and how innovations in the OS could help database deployments. Oracle Solaris DTrace is a dynamic tracing capability in the operating system that allows administrators to observe what’s happening in real time on live production systems safely. This technology has powered the ZFS Storage Appliance analytics, and administrators can use it to ask questions about application performance right across a system. With Oracle’s next generation database we can look for outlier I/O events through integration with DTrace.We can check the v$kernel_io_outlier table to extract information about time spent in the kernel for I/O's whose end to end latency exceeds a given threshold (500ms be default but tunable via the '_io_outlier_threshold' tunable - the example below was on an instance with this set to 200ms): SQL> descv$kernel_io_outlier Name                                      Null?    Type  ----------------------------------------- -------- ----------------------------  TIMESTAMP                                        NUMBER  IO_SIZE                                            NUMBER  IO_OFFSET                                         NUMBER  DEVICE_NAMEVARCHAR2(513)  PROCESS_NAMEVARCHAR2(64)  TOTAL_LATENCY                                NUMBER  SETUP_LATENCY                               NUMBER  QUEUE_TO_HBA_LATENCY              NUMBER  TRANSFER_LATENCY                        NUMBER  CLEANUP_LATENCY                          NUMBER  PID                                                NUMBER  CON_ID                                             NUMBER SQL> select IO_SIZE,PID,TOTAL_LATENCY,SETUP_LATENCY,QUEUE_TO_HBA_LATENCY,TRANSFER_LATENCY,CLEANUP_LATENCY from v$kernel_io_outlier; DEVICE_NAME -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- IO_SIZEPID TOTAL_LATENCY SETUP_LATENCY QUEUE_TO_HBA_LATENCY TRANSFER_LATENCY CLEANUP_LATENCY ----------- ----- ------------------------- ------------------------- ---------------------------------------- ------------------------------- ----------------------------- 64 0 402554 2020 107 400361 64sd@3,0:a,rawThis example shows that this single 64k write to a SCSI target had an end to end latency of just over 400 milliseconds and the breakdown is: SETUP_LATENCY –Time in microseconds spent during initial I/O setup before sending to scsi target device driver (2020 microseconds)QUEUE_TO_HBA_LATENCY – Time in microseconds spent in the scsi target device driver before being sent to the Host Bus Adaptor (107 microseconds)TRANSFER_LATENCY – Time spent transferring (DMA) to the physical device (~400 milliseconds)CLEANUP_LATENCY – Time in microseconds spent freeing resources used by the completed I/O (64 microseconds)Note: The next generation Oracle Database technology uses DTrace to provide I/O observability. This feature is only available on Oracle Solaris.
  • While we are talking about storage for Oracle Database today, we know that you have a need to store all kinds of data in your environment, so as a result we have developed an optimized storage portfolio that offers best-of-breed stand alone capabilities plus integrates specific Oracle on Oracle optimizations that allow Oracle software to run faster on Oracle storageOur portfolio consists of best-of-breed Database, NAS, SAN and Tape storage solutions that support multi-purpose computing environments.For each of the areas and for broader based Oracle Optimized Data Center, our storage solutions provide three basic benefits. With Oracle Optimized Storage, we enable you to permanently shrink the amount of storage you need – typically by 40% but in some cases by 80% or more, we allow you to run your databases and applications faster than with storage from other vendors – typically around 50% faster, but again as much as 2x or 3x or more when you look at the additional impact of low cost, and we reduce your risk profiles from both implementation and operational perspectives with streamlined management that has enabled Oracle IT and other organizations to reduce management overhead by up to 60%.So, no matter what mix of database storage, SAN storage, NAS storage and Tape that is appropriate for your environment we will allow you to do more while spending less and simplifying your environment.
  • With QoS, you are allowed to have multiple service levels – just like the plane. If everyone was equal - like a low budget airlines – your service level (and your performance) suffers – but you expect it. QoS enables multi-tenancy or the ability to provide multiple service levels. So, you can have a Tier 1 OLTP application, a business critical Exchange environment and a tertiary archive application all on the same storage system – with distinct QoS or performance levels. The ability to store multiple application data on the same storage system (without storage silos) allows you to increase the utilization of the system – get all the seats full. This allows you to reduce you CapEx (less storage to buy) and OpEx (less storage to manage – administer, power, cooling) in the process.
  • The fourth area of optimization is the one where most data centers probably have the greatest amount of experience with NAS, in support of test and development environments.The challenges here are how do you quickly enable engineering teams to test their new queries and applications against a production sized database without either putting that database at risk of being changed or having its performance reduces, and how do you do it without having a disk farm that exceeds the size of your data center?Luckily, if you use RMAN to create backups on a Sun ZFS Storage Appliance, this problem will be pretty much solved for you. The optimized solution that the Sun ZFS Storage Appliance provides is one that accelerates database development and testing and, because it is driven by a secondary database, does not impact the performance of the primary application.Furthermore, the solution is quick, efficient and scalable with virtually no time required to create the additional snapshots, with no additional disk space being used for them, and with high data reuse from common blocks of data in the storage memory or read caches.
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  • Spectrum of what we sell: from high-performance, best of breed system components such as the Sun Blades, Sun Fire servers, SPARC servers, to Optimized Solutions which are prepackaged and tested for specific workloads, all the way to the Engineered Systems which are fully integrated and optimized appliances.
  • Oracle x86 Cluster:Most inclusive IT strategyOracle uniquely positioned to offer integrated infrastructure, resource provisioning (virtualization), DB, applications, and application management.HP Matrix:Matrix is a packaging exercise, not engineeringMatrix does not include the application, DB, and application management components
  • We can lump the optimizations for Oracle Database, into four basic groups, although some factors play significant roles in multiple areas. These are:Storage efficiency optimizationsThroughput and performance oriented optimizationsData protection optimizationsAnd Management optimizations
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    2. 2. Fran NavarroPrincipal Sales ConsultantSimplifying ITOracle HW UpdateAbril 2013
    3. 3. 3<Insert Picture Here>AgendaEstrategia de Oracle : Simplificar ITSistemas de Ingeniería ConjuntaSoluciones optimizadasSistemas TradicionalesSolaris y Sistemas SPARCAlmacenamentoOracle Linux y Sistemas x86
    4. 4. 4Oracle Strategy• Complete Stack• Mejor del Mercado• Abierto• Integración Vertical• Rendimiento Extremo• Engineered Systems• Complete Customer Choice• En modo tradicional• Cloud Privado• Cloud Público• Cloud Hibrido
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    7. 7. 7Transforming the Data CenterFrom Best in Class to Engineered SystemsBest in Class Products Oracle Optimized Solutions Engineered Systems
    8. 8. 8The Unique Oracle AdvantageHardware and Software Engineered to Work Togethervs.
    9. 9. 9Engineered Systems
    10. 10. 10Information TechnologyConstant Change1950 2011
    11. 11. 11PainData Center EvolutionConvergenceCure
    12. 12. 12-75% implementation-50% running costsTraditional purchase modelSource: Gartner/Credit SuisseRunning Costs40%Implementation31%Facilities7%Hardware10%Software12%Relative cost – 100 unitsRunningCosts20%Implementation8%Facilities7%Hardware10%Software12%Savings43%Relative cost – 57 unitsPre-integrated purchase model
    13. 13. 13Typical costs – pre-integrated purchase modelSource: Gartner/Credit SuisseRunning Costs35%Implementation14%Facilities12%Hardware18%Software21%Relative cost – 57 units-75% implementation-50% running costs
    14. 14. 14“By 2015, 35%of total server shipped value will be asintegrated systems.”Gartner Data Center Conference presentation“Will Fabric Computing Change the Concept of the Traditional Server?”, December 2011
    15. 15. 15 Expedited time to value Easier to manage and upgrade Lower cost of ownershipExalyticsExadataDatabase MachineExalogicElastic CloudSPARCSuperClusterBig DataAppliance Reduced change management risk Better reliability and one-stop support Extreme performanceEngineered SystemsWorkload-optimized Data Center Building Blocks
    16. 16. 16Oracle Engineered SystemsPre-Built and Optimized Out-of-the-BoxPerformanceAchievementTime (Days)100%PerformanceAchievementTime (Months)Measure, diagnose, tuneandreconfigureTest & debugfailure modesAssembledozens ofcomponentsMulti-vendorfingerpointingTypical Custom Configuration
    17. 17. 17Exadata Evolution• Exadata V1Introduced• V2 Servers• 40 Gb InfiniBand• PCI Flash Cards• X2-2 Servers• X2-8 64-core Servers• Smart Flash Cache• Storage Index• Columnar Compression• Smart Scan• InfiniBand Scaleout• Hardware DB Encryption• Automatic Service Request• Data Mining Offload• Storage Expansion Rack• X2-8 CPU Refresh• 2TB DRAM per node• Smart Flash LoggingState-of-the-Art, Scale-out HardwareUnique SoftwareIntegration2008 2009 2010 2011 2012• X3-2 8-core Servers• X3-8 80-core Servers• Write-back Flash cache
    18. 18. 18Exadata Architecture• Complete Database Grid using standard servers for Compute and Storage• Database Grid– 8x 2-socket, or 2x 8-socket Xeon database servers– Oracle Linux or Solaris 11– Oracle Database 11g, ASM, RAC– 10 Gb and 1Gb Ethernet (to data center)• Intelligent Storage Grid– 2-socket storage servers– Up to 504 terabytes raw disk per rack– 56 PCI Flash memory cards per rack– Exadata Storage Server Software• InfiniBand Network– Internal unified connectivity ( 40 Gb/sec )
    19. 19. 19Key Exadata InnovationsExtreme Performance at Lowest Cost+ ++• Hybrid Columnar Compression– 10x compression for warehouses– 15x compression for archivesData remainscompressedfor scans andin FlashSpace SavingsCascade to Copiescompressprimary DBstandbytestdevbackupuncompressed• Smart Scale-Out Storage– InfiniBand connected servers– Smart Scan query offload• Smart PCI Flash Cache– Transparent cache in front of disk– Accelerates random I/O up to 30x– Quadruples data scan rate
    20. 20. 20Business Benefits of Database In-Memory Machine• Sub-millisecond latency– Interactive OLTP with millions of users• Sub-second analytics– Real-time decision making, instant reports• 10x faster parallel jobs– Quarter close, payroll, supply planning,field inventory, pricing, route planning,sub-ledger accountingCold DataHottest DataActive Data
    21. 21. 21Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory MachineMass Memory for Extreme PerformanceX3 mass memory hierarchy delivers extreme performance– Automatically moves all active data from disk to memory– DRAM memory expanded to 2 or 4 TB for hottest data• 4 to 40 TB of compressed user data– Flash memory expanded 4X to 22 TB per rack• 40 to 200 TB of compressed user data – ALL active data• 1.5 Million SQL random read I/Os per second for OLTP– Comparable to 15,000* disk drives in 150 array frames• 100 GB/sec SQL data scan rate for reporting andwarehouses– Comparable to 1,000 disk drives in 10 array frames500 TBDISK22 TB PCIFLASH2 or 4 TBDRAMCold DataHottest DataActive Data* 100 -200 IOPS per DISK
    22. 22. 22Highly Engineered and Standardized• Hundreds of engineer years spent optimizing andhardening the system end-to-end– Frees I/T talent to focus on business needs• Standard platform improves support experience• Runs all existing Oracle Database workloadsLess Risk, Better Results
    23. 23. 23NEW Exadata X3-2 Eighth Rack• Lowest Cost Exadata Configuration– Hardware List price $200K: 60% of Quarter Rack– Highly Available configuration with all Exadata features• Brings Exadata Extreme Performance to smallerworkloads, development, test, disaster recovery• Hardware Identical to Quarter-Rack• Upgrade to Quarter-Rack with software commandLowestCost
    24. 24. 24Oracle Exadata Database MachineBest Platform for…• Data Warehousing• OLTP• Database CloudOracle’s strategic platform for ALLDatabase workloads
    25. 25. 25X3-2ExalogicStatus QuoApplications & MiddlewareOSVirtualization &Cloud ManagementComputeStorage LayerNetworkingExalogic vs. the Status Quo
    27. 27. 27Conceptual View of SPARC SuperClusterExadata + Exalogic HeritageExadataSPARC SuperCluster ExalogicExadata StorageDatabase ServersZFS NAS StorageApplication Servers
    28. 28. 28Engineered for the Cloud• Application CloudServices– Provision a VM forsecure, multi-tenantapplications5x faster• Database Cloud– Deploy a new OracleDatabase instance32x fasterDB DomainDB InstDB Inst DB Inst DB InstDB DomainDB Zone DB ZoneDBInstDBInstDBInstDBInstDatabase CloudApp DomainZone ZoneApplication CloudApp DomainZoneZone Zone
    29. 29. 29 Unified management of Servers, Storage,and Network Fabric Simplified management of virtualinfrastructure for easy applicationconsolidation Instant Network and Storage provisioning Automated update of all firmware andsoftware components Direct connection to Oracle knowledge-base speeds problem resolutionTotal Systems ManagementOps Center 12c
    30. 30. 30Oracle Support for SuperCluster and ExadataComplete. Integrated. Proactive. High Availability Services.No Additional Cost.ORACLE PLATINUM SERVICES24/7 support coverage with access to OracleEngineered Systems Enterprise Support Team2-hour onsite response to hardware issues1Updates, upgrades and support for:– Oracle Database 11gR2, Oracle Exadata Storage Server software,Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud software, and the following certifiedand tested configurations for Oracle software: PeopleSoft HCM,WebCenter Content, Siebel CRM and Oracle E-Business Suite– Server and storage system hardware, integrated software (suchas firmware), Oracle Solaris operating system, Oracle SolarisCluster, and Oracle VM Server for SPARC24/7 access to My Oracle Support proactivesupport portal"Phone home" automated service requests (ASR)• 24/7 Oracle remote fault monitoring• Industry-leading response times:– 5 Minute Fault Notification– 15 Minute Restoration or Escalation toDevelopment– 30 Minute Joint Debugging with Development• Patch deployment services• No additional cost under Oracle Premier SupportAvailable now for certified configurationson Oracle SPARC SuperCluster T4-4
    31. 31. 31Oracle Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) On Premise withCapacity on Demand1. Eligible systems include Oracle Exadata, Exalogic, Exalytics and SPARC SuperCluster.2. Eligible systems include Oracle Exadata, Exalogic, and SPARC SuperCluster. Engineered Systems hardware & hardware supportfor a monthly fee No upfront capital expenditure, OPEX not CAPEX Usually lower total cost than purchasing system On Premise Deploys behind customer‟s firewall Control and visibility over the system Elastic Compute Capacity on Demand1 For peak workloads and high availability Pay only when needed Oracle Platinum and PlatinumPlus Services2 Higher level of support including patching services Quarterly advisory services for systemsecurity, performance, and availability
    32. 32. 32The SuperCluster “Secret Sauce” AdvantageActual Customer Performance Results2x extra advantage for OLTP workloadscompared to T4-4 servers10x advantagefor DataWarehouseworkloads
    33. 33. 33Up to 1.5x higherconsolidation ratios thanleading virtualizationsolutionLower latency, higherbandwidth to storage andnetwork, and zerooverhead virtualizationSPARC SuperCluster Virtualization PerformanceHighest efficiency - zero overhead, no over-provisioning required30-50% BetterConsolidationRatios
    34. 34. 34Optimized Solutions
    35. 35. 35Save Money Reduce Risk Increase User ProductivityEnsure continuedaccess to critical dataand functionsImprove service levelsresulting in higheremployee productivityReduce capital andoperational costs tomaximize IT investmentsOracle Optimized SolutionsAccelerate Your Business
    36. 36. 36Sizing andconfigurationoptimizationsLoad/stresstestsPerformanceand scalabilitytestsReal worldworkload testsPatchregression testsFaultinjectiontestsOptimizations Across the Development CycleEngineered, Tested, and Proven from Apps-to-DiskInteroperabilitytestsEnd to endfunctionalvalidationEarlydevelopmenttestsIdentifyintegrationopportunitiesFull Stack OptimizationsOne Engineering Team
    37. 37. 37* See substantiation slidesOracle Optimized Solutions LeadershipWebCenter Content11x faster vs. x86serversOracle UnifiedDirectory3x greater scaleWebLogic Server3.6x lower TCA/3.4x Perf thanIBM Power 780MiddlewareData ManagementSAPUp to 7x faster queriesPeopleSoft HCM11x faster, ½ the cost of IBMOracle E-Business Suite2x lower TCO vs. IBMEnterpriseApplicationsBackup and Recovery5x less cost & faster vs.SymantecEnterprise Cloud Infrastructure2x better TCO thanIBM/PowerVMCore SystemsInfrastructureWebCenter Portal38% lower TCA vs..IBMAgile PLM36% lower TCA vs. IBMJD Edwards EnterpriseOne3.5x faster vs. IBMSiebel CRMUp to 3x lower TCO vs.IBMEnterprise Database Cloud4x better $/perf vs. IBMLifecycle Content Management2.5x better TCO over EMCOracle DatabaseReplace IBM for 2.6x TCOSavingsTiered Storage Infrastructure73% lower cost vs. EMC tiereddisk
    38. 38. 38Arquitectura Máxima DisponibilidadIntegrated Deployment of Oracle HA Technologies
    39. 39. 39Servidores de bases dedatos en clusterAlmacenamientoredundanteRed deinterconexiónprivadaConexión alos discos(fibra)RedConsola central deAdministraciónOracle EnterpriseManagerUsuariosSin punto únicode falloInterconnectStorage Area NetworkGrid & HA : Oracle Real Application ClustersCluster DB
    40. 40. 40Remote MirroringControlFilesfilOnlineLogsArchiveLogsFlashback LogsDataFilesSYSTEMUSERTEMPUNDOProduction VolumesControlFilesfilOnlineLogsArchiveLogsFlashback LogsDataFilesSYSTEMUSERTEMPUNDOUpdatesNetwork I/O Standby VolumesGrid & HA : Oracle Data Guard
    41. 41. 41Data GuardControlFilesfilOnlineLogsArchiveLogsFlashback LogsDataFilesSYSTEMUSERTEMPUNDOProduction DBMS Standby DBMSUpdatesOracle ApplyOracle validationNetwork I/O7X lessvolume*27X fewernetworkI/Os*Grid & HA : Oracle Data Guard
    42. 42. 42Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle DatabaseEnterprise Solutions for Business-Critical EnvironmentsSmall:SPARC T4-1Pre-Sized ConfigurationsMedium:SPARCT5-2 X-Large:M5-32(pictured center right)Large:SPARCT5-4/T5-8Oracle Disk StorageFor Mission-Critical Oracle Environments*Oracle SoftwareOracle‟s Pillar AxiomStorage System(pictured top right)Oracle‟s Sun ZFSStorage Appliance(pictured bottom right)*Mission-critical solution for new and legacy Oracle Database (10g/11g), which supports various business-critical applicationsOracle RAC/Oracle Active Data Guard/Oracle Solaris ClusterSANNetwork(VLAN)
    43. 43. 43SPARC: Scalable Processor Architecture. Solaris: #1 UNIX• Investment in Systems Hardware is Increasing since acquisition– Over 2000 engineers work directly on SPARC products– Over 1500 engineers work directly on Oracle Solaris• Delivery to 5 Year Roadmap is on or ahead of schedule– T5 is the Third Generation of SPARC delivered since Oracle/SUN Merger– Six Oracle Solaris releases included Oracle Solaris 11: The First Cloud OS• Complete “Red” Stack Integration– Comprehensive Oracle Solaris, Oracle VM for SPARC, SPARC, Ops Center, Oracle SWtesting– Engineered Systems with SPARC SuperCluster– Oracle Solaris 11.1 unique support for Oracle DB and Java– Software-in-Silicon/Application Accelerators
    44. 44. 44Key Strengths of Solution Technologies..DATABASESOLARISENTERPRISEMANAGEROracleSolaris ZonesOracle VMfor SPARCPhysicalDomainsBuilt-in Virtualization TechnologiesDatabaseOperatingSystemsVirtualMachinesServersStorageOracle EnterpriseManagerOps Center 12cSPARC T-SERIES SPARC M5-32PILLAR AXIOMSUN ZFS STORAGEAPPLIANCEWorld’s Leading DatabaseSecure Cloud OSBuilt-in, hardwareaccelerated VirtualizationNew SPARC Servers withWorld’s Fastest MicroprocessorStorage Optimized for OracleComplete Management
    45. 45. 45Solution SummarySample Configurations
    46. 46. 46Sistemas SPARC
    47. 47. 47SPARCT5-4SPARCM5-32Sun Systems for Oracle Database InfrastructureEnterprise-class platforms• Reliability, availability, serviceability,and security• Highly scalable (vertical, horizontal)• Optimized for business-criticaldatabase performance acceleration• Over 20 Years of Mission-Critical ComputingSPARC T5-2New!SPARC T4-1New!New!SPARCT5-8New!
    48. 48. 48SPARC T5Oracle SPARC T5 Processor16 S3 cores @ 3.6GHz8MB shared L3 Cache8 DDR3 BL8 Schedulers providing 80GB/s BW8-way 1-hop glueless scalabilityIntegrated 2x8 PCIe Gen 3Advanced Power Managementwith DVFSSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreSPARCCoreCross BarMCUCoherenceL3 L3 L3 L3L3 L3 L3 L3SerDesSerDesSerDes MI/OSerDesSerDesMCU MCU MCUPCIe Gen3Pwr
    49. 49. 49SPARC and Solaris best for Oracle Database 11gR2• Record-Breaking Performance with Oracle DatabaseSPARCT5-8(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5-8 running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 with Oracle Partitioning delivers a world record result of8,552,523 tpmC for a single system on the TPC-C benchmark. This is 2.4x faster per chip compared to IBMPower 780 three-node cluster results for TPC-C tpmC and is 2.5 times better price/performance in $/tpmC.NewWorldRecordSPARCT5-8(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5-8 running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 produced a world record SPECjEnterprise2010benchmark result of 57,422.17 SPECjEnterprise2010 EjOPS . The T5-8 servers provides 3.4 times betterperformance than IBM Power 780 result.SPARCT5-8(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5-8 running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 set a new eight-chip world record for the SAP EnhancedPackage 5 for SAP ERP 6.0 Two-Tier Standard Sales and Distribution (SD) Benchmark, passing the IBM Power780 eight-chip server and IBM Power 760 eight-chip system SAP SD Two-Tier results.SPARCM5-32(3.6GHz)SPARC M5-32 running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 produced a world record result of 85,050 SAP users onthe two-tier SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) Standard Application Benchmark using SAP Enhancement Package(EHP) 5 for SAP ERP 6.0, surpassing the IBM Power 780 12-chip server SAP SD two-tier EHP5 for SAP ERP6.SPARCT5-8(3.6 GHz)Public use of any benchmark claims requires concurrent publication of disclosures in appendix.NewWorldRecordNewWorldRecordNewWorldRecordSPARCT4-4(3.0 GHz)SPARC T4-4 running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 delivered a world record four-processor Decision Supportresult of 205,792 QphH@3000GB on the TPC-H benchmark for Oracle Database 11g with performance of. BeatsIBM POWER 780 with Sybase IQ on performance with 36% better price/performance in 1/3 the space.WorldRecordSPARC T5-8 delivered world record query performance, together with a near real-time analytic capability, usingthe Oracle OLAP Perf Version 3 workload running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 on Oracle Solaris 11. TheSPARC T5-8 delivered greater query per hour performance throughput while supporting more concurrent OLAPusers compared to an eight-chip server running an Intel Xeon E7-8870 and a SPARC T4-4.NewWorldRecord
    50. 50. 50SPARC and Solaris best for Oracle Applications• Record-Breaking Oracle Application Performance with OracleDatabaseSPARCT5-2(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5-2 running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 set a new world record for most concurrent users usingSiebels Standard Platform Sizing and Performance Program (PSPP) benchmark suite supporting 40,000concurrent users with a throughput of 333,339 business transactions per hour, delivering 2X betterperformance per chip basis compared to SPARC T4 server.NewWorldRecordSPARCT5-2(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5-2 running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 delivers TWO world records on a single system for JDEdwards EnterpriseOne benchmarks: batch-only workloads and batch with concurrent online userworkloads, beating IBMs Power 770.SPARCT5-2(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5-2 running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 achieved new world record results, processing 25 millionaccounts in 56 minutes for End of Day and 150 minutes for End of Month workloads on Oracle FLEXCUBEUniversal Banking Release 12.SPARCT5-2(3.6GHz)T5-2 server running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 for Oracle’s LDAP Directory Server and Oracle InternetDirectory (OID) on Oracle Solaris 11 delivered a world record result for the number of LDAP searches persecond with 1000 clients. The SPARC T5-2 also provided better throughput and latency than a SPARC T4-4.SPARCT5-1B(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5-1B running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 allowed a single Oracle Communications ASAP instanceto achieve 1,722 atomic network activation actions per second (ASDL/sec), the highest throughput that hasbeen achieved in the 12 NEP test for across any SPARC architecture.Public use of any benchmark claims requires concurrent publication of disclosures in appendix.NewWorldRecordsNewWorldRecordsNewWorldRecordNewRecord
    51. 51. 51SPARC is the Worlds Fastest Microprocessor• Record-Breaking Performance with Oracle SoftwareSPARCT5-1B(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5-1B server delivered FOUR world record SPEC CPU2006 rate benchmark results for systems with oneprocessor: SPECint_rate2006, SPECint_rate_base2006, SPECfp_rate2006, and SPECfp_rate_base2006. SPARC T5-1Bbeats the IBM Power 710 with POWER7 by 62% and NEC Express5800/R120d-1M with Intel Xeon E5-2690 by 31% on theSPECint_rate2006 benchmark and beats both by over 1.4x on the SPECfp_rate2006 benchmark.NewWorldRecordsSPARCT5-8(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5-8 server delivered FOUR world record SPEC CPU2006 rate benchmark results for systems with eightprocessors: SPECint_rate2006, SPECint_rate_base2006, SPECfp_rate2006, and SPECfp_rate_base2006. SPARC T5-8beats 8 processor IBM Power 760 with POWER7+ and 8 processor HP DL980 G7 with Intel Xeon E7-4870 by 1.7x on theSPECint_rate2006 benchmark and beats by over 2x on the SPECfp_rate2006 benchmark.SPARCT5-2(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5-2 running Oracle Fusion Middleware SOA Suite 11g on Oracle Solaris 11 demonstrated 2.1x to 2.4xthroughput improvement with 2x concurrency over a similarly configured SPARC T4-2 server for Fusion OrderDemo and Oracle Service Bus (OSB) benchmark workloads using 5 KB message size.SPARCT5-8(3.6GHz)SPARC T5-2 server, with Oracle Solaris 11 and Oracle Java Development Kit (JDK), delivered two-socket server worldrecord results of 75,658 SPECjbb2013-MultiJVM max-jOPS and 23,334 SPECjbb2013-MultiJVM critical-jOPS on theSPECjbb2013 benchmark, Multi-JVM metric. These results beat both HP’s four-socket DL560p Gen8 server running IntelXeon E7-4650 processors and HP’s two-socket ML350p Gen8 server running Intel Xeon E5-2690 processors.SPARCT5-2(3.6 GHz)SPARC T5 delivers record levels of performance on Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database running Oracle Solaris 11with a world record 59.9 Million TPS (Transactions Per Second) running the TimesTen Performance ThroughputBenchmark (TPTBM) on SPARC Server T5-8. Also, the Oracle SPARC T5 demonstrated 2.4 times higher throughputthan the Intel Xeon E7-4870 (2.4 GHz) processor using the Mobile Call ProcessingPublic use of any benchmark claims requires concurrent publication of disclosures in appendix.NewWorldRecordsNewWorldRecordsNewWorldRecordNewRecordSPARCT4-4(3.0 GHz)SPARC T5 processors combined with the Oracle Solaris ZFS file system demonstrate faster file systemencryption than equivalent x86 systems using the Intel Xeon Processor E5-2600 Sequence chips which haveAES-NI security. SPARC T5-2 server is 3.4x faster than a 2 processor Intel Xeon E5-2690 server running OracleSolaris 11.1 that uses the AES-NI GCM security instructions for creating encrypted filesNewResult
    52. 52. 53Oracle Solaris and SPARC VirtualizationBetter Resource Utilization for a More Efficient DatacenterPhysical Domains Oracle VM Serverfor SPARCM5-32 T-Series, M5-32App AppOracle SolarisZonesOracle SolarisDW DBDomain ADomain BOLTP DBOLTP DBAppAppDomain ADomain BDomain CWebOracleSolaris8ZoneOracleSolaris9ZoneOracleSolarisZoneOracleSolarisZoneWeb DB App WebWebWeb
    53. 53. 54Layered Virtualization Technologies T-SeriesSPARCOracle VM Server for SPARCOracle Solaris 11 Oracle Solaris 10Solaris 11 Zone Solaris 11 ZoneSolaris 10ZoneSolaris LegacyZoneSolaris LegacyZoneSolaris 10Zone
    54. 54. 55Built-in VirtualizationOracle Solaris 11 Zones• Secure, light-weight virtualization• Scales to 100s of zones/ node• Exclusive IP by Default• Recognized Hard Partition• Full support for Oracle stack• Observability via zonestat• Legacy support: Solaris 10 Zones• NFS Server in a zone• Network stack isolation andresource management
    55. 55. 56Oracle VM Server for SPARC ServersThe Virtualization Platform combining the best of Oracle Solaris andSPARC for Your Enterprise Server WorkloadsIsolated OS andapplications in eachlogical (or virtual)domainFirmware-based hypervisorEach logical domain runs indedicated CPU thread(s)T5 / M5-32 ServerOracle Solaris 10Oracle Solaris 11Database DomainOracle Solaris 10Oracle Solaris 11Database DomainOracle Solaris 10Oracle Solaris 11Database DomainOracle Solaris 10Oracle Solaris 11Database DomainGP Domain GP DomainGP Domain GP DomainSPARC Hypervisor
    56. 56. 57• Leading Price / Performance• Meet the most aggressive business requirements• Secure Live Migration• Increase application service level• SR-IOV and PCIe Direct I/O• Native I/O throughput with flexibility!• Dynamic Reconfiguration• Change resources on the fly!• Advanced RAS• Higher availability across all levels• Physical-to-virtual (P2V) Conversion• Easily move legacy Solaris to virtualized environmentOracle VM Server for SPARCAdvanced Virtualization For Any ApplicationDRFeatureSupportedCPU DRMemoryDR VirtualI/O DR CryptoUnit DR
    57. 57. 58Virtualization Important Differentiators• An Oracle certified and tested solution• Native CPU and memory performance• Native I/O performance with SR-IOV and Direct I/O• Eligible for hard partition licensing• Can dynamically add and remove resources like CPUs, memoryand I/O without service interruption – aids continuous availability• Full support of SPARC and Solaris features in a guest (HWencryption, huge pages to 2GB size, OSM)• Pre-built VM templates and assemblies• P2V existing SPARC systems – migrate in minutes
    58. 58. 59CPU Fully MT-hot kernel, scales to 100s of cores and 10,000s of HW threadsSupport for Critical Threads features in T4 chip5X performance improvement of high-resolution timerMemory Intimate Shared Memory (ISM), Dynamic Intimate Shared Memory (DISM)Optimized Shared Memory (OSM)NUMA IO frameworkLatency-aware kernel memory allocatorLarge Page supportFast DB RestartFile SystemUserland file system for DBI/O uDAPL, RDSv1, RDSv3, SDP: Support for low-latency Infiniband protocolsDirect I/O with Concurrent writesDynamic Reconfiguration for IB HCAsSecurity Integration with Solaris Crypto offload engineZones: Secure isolation, lowest-latency virtualizationOptimizations for Oracle RDBMSNew in Oracle Solaris 1159
    59. 59. 60Co-engineered with the Oracle StackCPUFully MT-hot kernel, scales to 100s of cores and 10,000s of HW threadsSupport for Critical Threads features in T4 chipJVM support for Solaris scheduling classes, User-level high resolution timer supportWLS scalability, smt_pause() to optimize busy waits in the JVM, 5X performanceimprovement of high-resolution timerMemoryLarge page support by JVM, T4 2GB pages for Java performance, PreemptioncontrolNUMA IO framework, Latency-aware kernel memory allocator, NUMA optimizationsin LDOMs, Intimate Shared Memory (ISM), Dynamic Intimate Shared Memory (DISM)Optimized Shared Memory (OSM), NUMA IO framework, Latency-aware kernelmemory allocator, Large Page support,Fast DB RestartFile System Support for Event ports, Userland file system for DBI/OSDP, IPoIB,Receive-side Scaling, LSO for VNICs, Traffic fan-out for EoIB, HA forSDP, Open Fabrics User Verbs, SR-IOV performance scaling, DynamicReconfiguration for IB HCAs,vnet & vswitch performance improvements, uDAPL,RDSv1, RDSv3, SDP: Support for low-latency Infiniband protocols, Direct I/O withConcurrent writes, Dynamic Reconfiguration for IB HCAsSecurityIntegration of JVM with crypto offload enginesZones support for EoIB, IPoIB, SDP: Secure isolation, lowest-latency virtualization,Integration with Solaris Crypto offload engineZones: Secure isolation, lowest-latency virtualization2.4x Faster Database Performance7x Better Middleware Price/Performance with Java
    60. 60. 61• New Solaris/RAC Kernel ModeAcceleration• Allows Solaris to responddirectly to lock requests• Saves lock state in memoryshared by database and kernelBest UNIX for Oracle RACNew with Solaris30-40%lower latency lock grantsUp to 20%higher throughputConsistent, predictableRAC performanceSolarisRAC DatabaseSolarisRACDatabase
    61. 61. 62• New Optimized Shared Memoryinterface (OSM)• Works with Oracle DBAutomatic MemoryManagement (AMM)• Dynamic, NUMA- awaregranule based shared memoryOracle Optimized Shared MemoryNew with SolarisDynamically resizeyour Database SGAonline without a rebootBring Oracle Databaseinstances up 2x fasterOracle DBSGA
    62. 62. 63• Added DTrace I/O Event Tracing• Tracing info loaded in V$ viewsfor queries• Enables DBAs and Oracle supportto quickly resolve I/O relatedescalationsOracle Database I/O ObservabilityNew Database Technologyv$kernel_io_outlierTIMESTAMPIO_SIZEIO_OFFSETDEVICE_NAME VARCHAR2(513)PROCESS_NAME VARCHAR2(64)TOTAL_LATENCYSETUP_LATENCY…Quickly resolveI/O issuesOptimize yourDatabase I/Operformance
    63. 63. 64Almacenamiento
    64. 64. 65Oracle Optimized Storage PortfolioBest of Breed plus Unique Optimizations for Oracle SoftwareOracle Software Runs Faster and More Efficiently on Oracle StorageDatabase NAS SAN TapeServersVirtual MachineOperating SystemDatabaseMiddlewareApplications
    65. 65. 66PilotSlammerSlammerBricksModular Scaling with Modular Components
    66. 66. 67Feature Function BenefitsQuality of ServiceApplication prioritization and contentionmanagement that enables multipleapplications to efficiently co-exist on thesame storage systemApplications are assigned I/O resourcesaccording to their business value and notrelegated to „first come first served‟Increases overall efficiency and utilization ofthe storage systemModular ArchitectureAbility to dynamically scale bothperformance and capacity byindependently adding Slammers (up to4) and Bricks (up to 64)Maximum performance/utilization regardlessof size of configuration.Ability to grow and rebalance the storage poolbased on changing business environmentsDistributed RAIDAchieves superior scalability andperformance even during drive rebuildsby moving RAID local to storageenclosuresEnsures predictable performance scaling withcapacity add.Higher reliability by localizing the drive rebuildprocess to the storage enclosure andreducing RAID rebuild windowTop Technology Differentiators
    67. 67. 68Linear scaling of bandwidth and performance by adding SlammersLinear scaling of performance and capacity by adding BricksScale-up and Scale-out Design68
    68. 68. 69P P P POracle ServerQueues up to20MB of IOs inCache for afull-stripe write1MB IO‟s from ASMIO‟s from Slammerdistributed tomultiple bricks1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MB1MBSANSlammer1MB Stripe with Oracle Databases
    69. 69. 70Dynamically Configuring StorageQoS Capabilities in Oracle Pillar Axiom 600 Pillar not onlyallows online LUNchanges… But onlineexpansion ofsystem. Rock Solidstability
    70. 70. 71Web AppsBest Storage Utilization with QoSEnables EmailDatabaseIncreasesUtilization71
    71. 71. 72The Axiom can be tunedto support specificdata work loads for: Each LUN or filesystem Each point-in-time Clone Application aggregatesfor multiple applicationsMaximizes use of Axiomsystem resources:• CPU• Cache• CapacityApplication PriorityAbility to promote anddemote application prioritybased on SLA policyIO Priority(Premium to Archive)CPU + Cache usageDrive TypeSSD, FC, SATANumber of RAID Groups(drives)Stripe WidthRAID Type (5,10)Access PatternSequential, Random,MixedIO BiasRead, Write, MixedQoS exploits the multiplecapacity/performancechoices by managing theoverall system resources.Automated resourceselection to best meetdynamic applicationrequirements.72Selecting the Correct QoS SettingsUsing Application Profiles
    72. 72. 73Sun ZFS Storage AppliancesIncrease database responsiveness.Engineered for extreme performance.Minimize backup windows.Expedite large data queries.
    73. 73. 74WriteSSD7200 or15000RPMSASHDDReadSSDSavings and Performance for Consolidation• Only Storage Appliance withHybrid Storage Pools (HSPs)– Data is intelligently and automaticallymigrated between DRAM, Flash and Disk– Continuously optimizes storage systemperformance and efficiency– Simplifies management, transparentlymanaged as a single storage pool– Now available with 15,000 RPM HDDs;advantageous for high I/O use casesinvolving random, uncached data
    74. 74. 75• Fibre channel• iSCSI• Infiniband over IP/RDMA• iSER• SRP• NFS V3 and V4• CIFS• HTTP• WebDAV• FTP/SFTP/FTPS• ZFS NDMP V4Industry‟s Richest Set of Base Data Services• Oracle Hybrid Columnar Compression• Hybrid storage pool• Single, double and triple parity RAID(RAIDZ, Z2, Z3)• Mirroring and triple mirroring• End-to-end data integrity• Local and Remote replication*• Snapshots and clones*• Quota(s)• In-line dedup• Compression• Thin provisioning• Antivirus via ICAP protocol• Online data migration• Clustering• Browser and CLI interface• Management dashboard• Hardware/component view• Role-based access control• Phone home• Event and thresholdbased alerting• Dtrace analytics• Scripting• Workflow automation• Advanced networking• DFS root support• Source aware routingData protocols Data services Management* Remote Replication and Cloning features are licensed separately. All other features included with purchase of system.
    75. 75. 76Snap Clone ReplicationIndustry-leading Storage EfficiencyApplicationI/OVirtual Poolfile, volume, anddata servicesReadIntensiveI/OStorage Poolread flash, writeflash, and drivesStoragePerformance-Automates storage tiering (HSPs)-Eliminates distinct file and volume management-Concurrent block and file I/O, with shared data servicesData Integrity-Entire I/O path validated before data stored-Eliminates potential for bit rot, phantom writes, etc.Analytics-Comprehensive and precise file-level viewCom-pressDedup ThinProvisionWriteIntensiveI/O• Auto Administration• System Analytics• Virtual Storage Pools• Dynamic Data Tiering• Modular Scalability• Oracle SW integrationStorage OS SoftwareCIFSNFS FCiSCSIIBMirror,RAID-Zx
    76. 76. 77Real Time Analytics for DB• Automatic real-time visualization ofapplication and storage workloads• Only storage appliance with DTraceAnalytics– Automatic real-time visualization of application andstorage related workloads (on right picture of databaseand table index analytics)– Provides real-time comprehensive analysis– Supports multiple simultaneous application andworkload analysis in real-time– Analysis can be saved, exported and replayed forfurther analysisDatabase OLTP workload, 8kb block size, random I/OOLTP Operation/Storage IO
    77. 77. 78Simplify Test & Development with CloningSun ZFS Storage Appliance Increases Speed and Simplicity• Accelerate database application development and system testing– Business agility – rapid application development and deployment– Reduce risk – patch and upgrade testing• Efficiently deploy copies of large mission critical databases for application test anddevelopment– Non-disruptive – no impact to production databases– Efficient• DB Clones are created instantly• Can have unlimited number of clones• Clones take up minimal space, only updates are written to disk• Troubleshoot problems by replicating an existing software environment to identify andresolve a bug
    78. 78. 79Oracle x86
    79. 79. 80Oracle Linux: The Best Linux for the EnterpriseFeaturing the Unbreakable Enterprise KernelThe best performing, most modern and reliable Linux OSFully Compatible with Red Hat Enterprise LinuxFree source code, binaries and patches/updatesRuns in Oracle‟s Engineered SystemsOracle‟s base Linux development platformThe only Linux Oracle recommends for Oracle software
    80. 80. 81Kernel Patching Problem SOLVED with KspliceTransformed into azero downtimeupdateOracle producesa normal kernelupdateClientLoaded into theUnbreakable LinuxNetworkUpdate downloaded and appliedto RUNNING customer systemsthrough client – NO DOWNTIMEOnly Oracle offers Zero Downtime Patching
    81. 81. 82Linux Management and ClusteringIntegrated Apps to Disk Management and HAOracle Ops Center and Enterprise Manager12c for Linux Management• Administration• Patching• ProvisioningOracle Clusterware: Linux High Availability• Business continuity• Protects from failureIncluded free with:Oracle Linux Network SupportOracle Linux Basic supportOracle Linux Premier supportIncluded free with:Oracle Linux Basic supportOracle Linux Premier support
    82. 82. 83Support & Pricing ComparisonAccess to Updates and Patches24x7 Phone and Web supportNo Forced Upgrades to Obtain Bug FixesLifetime SupportIntegrated Management and MonitoringClustering Software and File SystemZero Downtime Updates with KspliceComprehensive Legal IndemnificationRed Hat EnterpriseLinux Server Premium*Oracle Linux Premier$2,299 $6,498Pricing** No add-ons; Pricing based on 4 socket comparison and 1 year term, Oracle pricing based on Oracle Linux Premier(2 X $3,249 per socket pair)
    83. 83. 84Oracle x86 StrategyVerticalIntegrationBuy and AssembleBest-of-BreedComponentsSystems ManagementCompute PlatformPerformance/scalabilityVirtualizationOperating SystemMiddleware StackDatabaseApplication StackGeneral Purpose CapabilityPrepackaged and Tested(eg: OVM refsolution, optimizedsolutions)Engineered Systems(eg: Exadata, Exalogic)Storage
    84. 84. 85Simplicity – Oracle x86SIMPLICITYOracle Servers and StorageOracle OSOracle MiddlewareOracle ApplicationsOracle VirtualizationOracle NetworkingOracle DatabaseOracle ManagementComponent engineered and supported in-houseThird party componentCOMPLEXITY: 5x more vendors in thesolutionHP Servers and StorageOSMiddlewareApplicationsVirtualizationHP NetworkingDatabaseHP ManagementCOMPLEXITY: 4x more vendors in thesolutionIBM Servers and StorageOSIBM MiddlewareApplicationsVirtualizationNetworkingIBM DatabaseIBM Management
    85. 85. 86Oracle X86 Systems Differentiation• Engineered Systems (Exadata, Exalogic, Exalytics, BDA, …) developedand tested jointly with Oracle Software for best performance, easiestdeployment, faster patching– Oracle X86 are hard tested in Engineered Systems thus transferring this characteristic to stand-aloneservers• Unlimited use of Solaris, OEL & OVM with Oracle X86• Unlimited use of Ops Center for unified System Management withbackend connectivity to MOS• Single support call eased by known HW and SW stack interactions,more readily replicating issues• Oracle On-Demand and Global IT runs on Oracle X86• Continue to develop outstanding stand-alone X86 servers– Industry-leading RAS, Performance, Efficiency, and Density– Full certification for RedHat, VMware, Windows and SUSE
    86. 86. 87Sun Server X2-4Sun Server X3-2LSun Server X3-2Sun Server X2-8Oracles Sun x86 Rack Server Portfolio• Best for Oracle Software• Certified for x86 industry interoperability• Built for simplicity of operations and support• Lowest cost of ownership• World record benchmarksCertifiedIncluded
    87. 87. 88Oracles Sun x86 Blade Server Products PortfolioPCIe Express ModuleSun Blade 6000 ChassisSun Blade Storage ModuleSun Blade 6000Network Express ModulesSun Blade 6000 ChassisMonitoring ModuleSun Blade Server Module• Each blade has unique I/O profile, for bestlevel of service• Chassis can mix x86 and SPARC bladesproviding application flexibility• Hot swappable components for maximumuptime and highest service levels• Includes cloud IaaS software, systemtools, and OS at no additional cost, for supportcustomers• Best for Oracle softwareComponents for Cloud Infrastructure
    88. 88. 89Performance OptimizationsCost OptimizationsDeploy OptimizationsManagement OptimizationsOracle HardwareOptimized for Oracle Software