PHP Oracle – Oracle Resources Consolidation and Cloud Computing for SPARC Supercluster

PHP Oracle – Oracle Resources Consolidation and Cloud Computing for SPARC Supercluster

 

Oracle Corporation announced new software enhancements that were implemented for the SPARC Supercluster system, allowing customers greater consolidation of any combination of enterprise databases, middleware and mission-critical applications. All this being done in a single system and implementing fast, secure services in self-service cloud computing.

The SPARC Supercluster is able to achieve a rate 10x higher in the consolidation of applications using the new virtualization overhead zero layered together to offload functions (charge transfer), the storage server Oracle Exadata Database Machine and an extremely efficient network.
Resources Offered to Customers of SPARC Supercluster

The SPARC system SuperClusster enables its customers to quickly deploy applications and mission-critical multi-tenancy, without virtualization overhead from the use of isolation capabilities with reference to Oracle Solaris Zone. In addition, customers can virtualize Oracle databases run on Exadata Database Machine X3 Storage Server with Solaris Zones, with the intention of ensuring the delivery of safe and isolated from the database in the cloud.

There will also be the possibility of implementing various fields of enterprise applications in each computing node SPARC Supercluster, to maximize the consolidation and flexibility in use of cloud computing. As a result, customers can also reallocate the CPU and memory resources in existing fields and areas of SPARC Supercluster, aiming to meet the needs of changing workloads.

Implementation of Insurance Services with Flexibility and Faster

The SPARC Supercluster with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c provides an up to 10x faster provisioning of cloud services, in relation to multi-tenancy applications in relation to manual provisioning, using various tools, as well as an implementation up to 32x faster than one instance of Oracle Database compared to the installation manual. In addition, the SPARC Supercluster provides a comprehensive management solution lifecycle cloud with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.
Maximum Efficiency, Decrease Costs and Increased Performance

Compared to integrated systems of customers, the SPARC Supercluster features a 5x return faster and reduce the time since its installation process to production with client systems. Previously, this process took months to complete and can now be done in weeks. We also observed a 10x better performance of data warehouse by combining the latest servers Oracle Exadata Database Machine X3 Storage Servers SPARC Supercluster incorporated into the platform.

Remember that virtualized applications that run quickly and efficiently implementations bare-metal hypervisor using the embedded processor SPARC T4. Customers reduce operating costs by consolidating Oracle Solaris 10 and earlier environments with high performance and maximum efficiency of the SPARC Supercluster, without changing the day to day operations of these environments.

SPARC Supercluster clients also have access to Oracle Premier Support, including Oracle Platinum Services, which offers customers a configuration system designed Oracle support 24 x 7 remote monitoring of failures, and better response times and restoration industry . There is also a presentation of quarterly patch updates directly implemented in systems with high availability in mission-critical environments.

 

Know more:

Oracle Corporation – SPARC SuperClusterhttp://www.oracle.com/us/products/se…88105-ptb.html

 

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