¿Cómo aprovechar los $4.3B de Inversión en R&D de Oracle?


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  • Cheaper up-front, but…Time ConsumingHigh Skill RequiredNo Warranty - Risky
  • Stereo Shelf SystemCan’t EvolveCan’t Integrate with OthersNo Best of Breed
  • No Out-of-the-Box IntegrationTime ConsumingComplex to OperateComponents Compatibility
  • TK: Please add a picture of Supercluster to this page
  • It’s very common these days to think of consolidation as using virtualization technology run multiple applications on shared hardware.<CLICK>VM technology does enable resource pooling by making a single physical resource look like many, and it enables scalability by resizing the VM but the limit with VM technology alone is still the single physical resource. Some virtualization vendors will have you believe that virtualization is always the right solution for consolidation and cloud, and that virtualization is necessary and sufficient.<CLICK>There’s a complementary technology that’s been around for years called clustering. Clustering makes multiple physical resources look like one, so it’s also a way to create shared resource pools, and the way to scale a cluster is easy – one can add new physical nodes to the cluster with no interruption in service. Clusters are also continuously available even if individual hardware or software fails, whereas virtual machines are only able to move and restart after a failure is detected. Oracle offers world-class clustering at many levels of the stack.<CLICK>Our point is that you need both virtualization and clustering for consolidation and for cloud, and that these two technologies are, in fact, highly complementary and can be used together.
  • Clouds are provided at different levels: IaaS – computing servers, storage, networking and the associated virtualization and OS PaaS – application development and deployment environment SaaS – end-user applications<CLICK>The more the cloud service provides, the less the consumer must provide. For IaaS, the consumer needs to provide the application platform, the application and any customizations. For PaaS, the consumer can take advantage of the platform, and provide only the application and customizations. For SaaS, the consumer can simply customize the application that the cloud is providing. IaaS is the most flexible because users can put almost any software onto it (as long as it’s compatible with the underlying hardware), but it also requires the most work, since the user has to provide all the software and manage and maintain it. The cloud provider manages only the hardware and data center. PaaS is less flexible than IaaS, because the platform software is fixed, so things like programming language is platform-specific, but PaaS are generally designed to be flexible enough to support many different application types. Application developers benefit from having the platform services, such as database services or Java appserver services) available to them, so they need not re-invent those wheels. The service provider is managing those platform services, doing things like data backup, software patching and updating, etc., so the user does not have to. SaaS is the least flexible because it is a ready-to-run application requiring only customer-specific customizations to use. The cloud service provider is managing the entire app.<CLICK>Note that in each of these cases, the primary target user is different. Typically “IT Professionals” including operations folks and developers use IaaS. “Developers” use PaaS. “Business end users” use SaaS. In all these cases, the service provider (whether it’s internal IT department or an external service provider) takes care of managing the cloud, and the users do not need to worry about all the details of all the cloud’s components, how they are integrated, configured and managed. However, I will point out that the service provider needs to worry about these things. Today’s Oracle event will address topics of interest to BOTH service providers and consumers of different types.
  • Our cloud strategy is broad since we aim to give customers choice. This chart provides an overview of all the things we are doing in the cloud computing space, and I just wanted to make sure you understand the overall strategy before we talk about certain, specific parts of that strategy.You can see that we offer solutions for private and public clouds, and for integrating clouds.For Private Clouds, we offer:Applications that run on a standards-based, shared platform, that is, Oracle Fusion Middleware 11gPrivate PaaS including database-as-a-service and middleware-as-a-service offeringsPrivate IaaS including compute servers, storage, networking hardware, virtualization and OS softwareFor Public Clouds, we offerOracle On Demand delivers a wide variety of cloud services, including SaaS applications as well as managed hosting servicesWe also enable customers to run Oracle on 3rd party public clouds, such as Amazon, Savvis, AT&T and othersAnd the Oracle middleware and database platform powers hundreds of 3rd party SaaS ISVs and other public cloud service providersIntegration across clouds is critically important as well, and there we offer comprehensive solutions for security and integration across public and private clouds
  • So what are some of the things that make the Oracle Public Cloud different and unique?Most comprehensive, integrated cloud for business-critical applicationsBreadth of pre-integrated app and platform servicesEnterprise-class, business critical capabilities – performance, reliability, availability, scalability, security Proven experience for private clouds and Oracle On Demand – history of providing services for thousands of customersDelivering the most innovative and advanced applications, database and middleware as a service#1 Database#1 App Server#1 IdMPortability between cloud and on-premise deploymentCustomers not locked-in to Oracle Public CloudCan also move existing on-premise apps to Oracle Public CloudBased on open standards (Java, SQL)Based on standards for easy interoperability with components from other vendorsLeverages existing skills and ecosystemsOracle Public Cloud is currently in PREVIEW AVAILABILITY. If you are interested in early access, please go to cloud.oracle.com and let us know you’re interested.
  • ¿Cómo aprovechar los $4.3B de Inversión en R&D de Oracle?

    1. 1. #GX2949Como aprovechar 4.3B de inversión en R&D ?Christian.Castello@oracle.comSales Consultant Manager - Oracle Argentina & Uruguay
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    3. 3. 6 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights Insert Information Protection Policy Classification from Slide 8 reserved.
    4. 4. Que espera Ud. ?• Completo• Abierto• Integrado• Best-in-Class
    5. 5. El Desafio en la Organización• Dificil de extender o modificar procesos de negocio• Interfaces, arquitecturas, y herramientas propietarias• Integración Custom, laboriosa y costosa• Soporte y Servicio Fragmentado• Actualizaciones complicadas y riesgosas• Configuraciones ilimitadas• Fuera de linea no-planificados• Best practices dificiles de determinarCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    6. 6. Oracle + SunCompleto, Abierto, Sistemas integrados • Diseñado para trabajar en conjunto • Probado en conjunto • Certificado en conjunto • Empaquetado en conjunto • Implementado en conjunto • Actualizado en conjunto • Administrado en conjunto • Soportado en conjuntoCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    7. 7. Oracle + SunCompleto, Abierto, Sistemas integrados Beneficios cliente: • Abierto y basado en estandares • Innovación mas rápida • Mejor rendimiento, confiable, seguro • Menores tiempos deployment • Más fácil de administrar y actualizar • Menor Costo Total de Propiedad • Riesgo en administración cambios reducido • Unico punto de soporte • Menor tiempo de caidaCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    8. 8. Solo Oracle Entrega Sistemas Completos Oracle IBM Microsoft HP SAP Aplic. Horizontales Aplic. Verticales Middleware Base Datos Sistema Operativo Virtualización Servidores Almacenamiento AdministraciónCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    9. 9. Oracle Corporation• Escala - $36.5B en revenue ultimos 12 meses consecutivos* - #1 en 50 categoria de productos de industria - 380,000 clientes en 145 paises - 20,000 partners - 108,000 empleados - 14 millones desarrolladores en comunidades online Oracle• Innovación e Inversión - 32,000 desarrolladores e ingenieros - 18,000 especialistas de soporte a cliente, hablando 27 lenguajes - 17,000 consultores de implementación - 1.5 millones estudiantes soportados anualmente - 850 Grupos de Usuarios de Oracle con 800,000 miembrosCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right * GAAP revenue reported in USD as of August 31, 2011
    10. 10. Innovaciones estan desafiando el Valor de TI y la Economía Incrementar Valor Cloud Al Negocio Mobile Social Bajar Costos Analitica en Todos LadosCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    11. 11. Database
    12. 12. Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Mission critical deployments Security, Scalability, Availability World record TPC performance Berkeley Database 11g Standard Edition Open-source developer databases Full featured database Fast, reliable with little or no administration Small-medium business Deployed in the application tier as an Lower cost embedded database 11g Standard Edition OneTimesTen Database Full-featured databaseMemory-optimized database for Departmental systemsApplications requiring instant Two-processor serversresponsiveness.Telecom, capital markets, and defense $149 per user 11g Lite Edition 11g Express Edition (XE) Complete solution for developing Entry-level, small-footprint and deploying applications for mobile Free to develop, deploy, and distribute and embedded environments. Fast to download and simple to administer
    13. 13. Fusion Middleware
    14. 14. Oracle Fusion MiddlewareCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    15. 15. Centro de Computo de Datos 1950 2011
    16. 16. Sistemas diseñados I Porqué ?
    17. 17. Sistemas diseñados I Como? Oracle Database & Fusion Middleware • Corren Todas Aplicaciones 5-30 x Rápido Diseñado con • 4-10 x Menos Storage Bloques estandares • Simplifica Centro Computos Construcción HW
    18. 18. Sistemas diseñados Rendimiento & Appliances Purpose Built General Purpose Exadata Exalogic Big Data Appliance SPARC SuperCluster Database Appliance Exalytics
    19. 19. Oracle ExadataCasos Exito
    20. 20. Oracle ExalogicCasos Exito
    21. 21. Sistemas Operativosy Virtualización
    22. 22. Estrategia de Oracle para Sistemas Operativos• Significativa inversión tanto en Solaris como Linux• Optimizar ambos sistemas operativos para el full stack desde el aplicativo al disco• Entregar soporte de clase mundial a través del menor TCO para Solaris y LinuxCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    23. 23. Ventaja de Solaris y LinuxWith Solaris and Linux, Oracle provides the industry’smost complete and open operating systems offeringin the industry. • With Solaris, Oracle offers industry-leading scalability, reliability, security and performance through superior technical innovation • With Linux, Oracle delivers world-class support and technology leadership for the most widely deployed open source operating systemCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    24. 24. Oracle Virtualización• Mas abarcativa• Completamente probada con aplicaciones• Diseñada para el full stack• Administración integrada del full stack• Soporte integrado
    25. 25. Oracle VirtualizationLinea de Productos +completos de la industriaSERVER VIRTUALIZACION DESKTOP VIRTUALIZACION• Oracle VM Server for x86 • Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure• Oracle VM Server for SPARC (LDoms) • Sun Ray Clients• Oracle Solaris Containers • Oracle Secure Global Desktop• Dynamic Domains • Oracle VM VirtualBox
    26. 26. Server Virtualización Server y ClusteringDeliver Resource Pooling y Elastic Scalability Server Virtualization ClusteringMake one physical resource look like many Make many physical resources look like one Both server virtualization and clustering are key technologies for cloud
    27. 27. cloud.oracle.comCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    28. 28. Clientes tienen Diferentes Clouds IaaS, PaaS, SaaS Usuarios Diferentes IT Professional Desarrollador Usuario Negocio Consumidor Customizations Customizations Customizations Consumidor Application Application Service Provider Platform SaaS Cloud PaaS CloudProviderService IaaS Cloud
    29. 29. Oracle es la Tecnologia que potencia el Cloud Soluciones Nube Privada Soluciones Nube Pública • Aplicaciones en una plataforma compartida • Oracle On Demand cloud services • Database & middleware para PaaS • Oracle en nubes públicas de 3ras partes • Hardware & systems para IaaS • Haciendo funcionar nubes públicas de 3ras partes Private Cloud Public Clouds Apps I I SaaS N N T PaaS R T PaaS E A R IaaS N N IaaS E E T T Integración Nube • Seguridad, integración procesos de negocio e integración de datos que abarca on-premise y nubes públicasCopyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    30. 30. Oracle CloudDiferenciadores Cloud mas abarcativa e integrada para aplicaciones críticas de negocios Entregando las aplicaciones, la base de datos y el middleware mas innovadores y avazandos como servicios Portabilidad entre cloud e implementación on-premise Basado en estandares abiertos (Java, SQL)
    31. 31. Oracle Cloud Modelo Simple de CostoSuscripción Simple Mensual Multiples capas con Modelo de consumo elástico opción de crecer crecer y decrecer a demanda Prueba gratis por 30-dias
    32. 32. Completo. Simple. Integrado.Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right
    33. 33. Preguntas ? #GX2949Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All right