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  • Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud: Revolutionizing Data

    Center Consolidation

    Name :

    Date:

  • The following is intended to outline our general

    product direction. It is intended for information

    purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any

    contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any

    material, code, or functionality, and should not be

    relied upon in making purchasing decisions.

    The development, release, and timing of any

    features or functionality described for Oracle’s

    products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.

    2

  • IT Path to Private Cloud

  • 4

    Traditional Computing Environments Silos of Hardware, Storage, Software & Applications

    Sized for individual peak loads

    Inefficient and expensive

    Meet changing business needs?

    Inflexible and unresponsive

    Expensive to manage

    Too many moving parts

  • 5

    Consolidation and Virtualization Path to Cloud Computing

    Sized for Data Center

    Resource pooling

    High quality of service

    Meet changing business needs?

    Elasticity on-demand

    Rapid self service provisioning

    Easy to manage at lower cost

    Fewer moving parts

    Reduced complexity & costs, higher

    quality of service

  • 6

    Virtualization to Cloud Computing Evolutionary not Revolutionary

    Private Cloud

    • Self-service

    • Policy-based resource management

    • Chargeback

    • Capacity planning

    Silo’d Grid

    • Physical

    • Dedicated

    • Static

    • Heterogeneous

    • Virtual

    • Shared services

    • Dynamic

    • Standardized appliances

    App2 App3

    Private IaaS

    Private PaaS

    App1

    App1 App2 App3

    App1 App2 App3

    Private IaaS

    Private PaaS Consolidate

    Standardize

  • 7

    Private Clouds Are Gaining Momentum 2010 Survey of Independent Oracle User Group Members

    0

    20

    40

    60

    80

    100

    Cost Savings Better Workload

    Mgmt

    Agility Greater Info Sharing

    Benefits of Private Cloud Computing

    43%

    25%

    25%

    7%

    Concerns Over Public Cloud

    Security Cost Qos Other

    Preliminary findings from the IOUG ResearchWire member study on Cloud Computing, conducted in August-September 2010.

    %

    %

    Private vs Public Cloud Adoption

    0

    5

    10

    15

    20

    25

    30

    Organizations adopting cloud

    Private

    Public

  • 8

    Private Cloud Challenges Top Challenges Reported: 2010 Survey* of IOUG Members

    %

    0 5 10 15 20 25 30

    Loss of Visibilty /control

    Adequately provisioning storage capacity

    Building awareness of available services

    Gaining cross-organization support or participation

    Implementing process, policy and role changes (transformation)

    Adequately provisioning server capacity

    Creating the business case and funding model

    Preliminary findings from the IOUG ResearchWire member study on Cloud Computing, conducted in August-September 2010.

  • 9

    Enterprise Private Cloud Business Drivers

    Improve

    Quality of

    Service

    Improve

    Agility

    Reduce

    Complexity

    Reduce

    IT Costs

    Standardize Operating System

    Standardize applications

    Fewer configurationsCapital costs

    Management costs

    Downtime costs

    Resource management

    Dynamic services

    Shared resourcesTighter security

    Faster performance

    Higher availability

  • 10

    Private Clouds and Vendor Responses Cross-Industry Consensus: Customers and Vendors Agree

    Industry Consensus System Vendors

    Infrastructure Convergence (Compute, Network, Storage, Virtualization)

    Scale Out vs. Scale Up (Clustering and in-memory state replication,

    Application Grid versus vertically scaled)

    Engineered Systems (pre-integrated, one throat to choke, simple to

    deploy/operate/provision)

    Application Virtualization (Multi-layered virtualization with application and

    middleware support and optimization)

  • Customer Video

    Rubicon Red

  • Oracle Exalogic

    Elastic Cloud: Ultimate

    Consolidation Platform

  • 13

    Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Hardware and Software, Engineered to Work Together

    Building the 21st Century Datacenter

  • 14

    Java EE Performance Java EE Application performance

    improved up to 10X

    Foundation for Mission Critical Cloud

    Oracle’s standard platform

    Built for application consolidation

    Engineered System Lowest cost to deploy and operate

    Easiest to own

    One Platform for the Whole Enterprise Performance, Reliability and Simplicity

  • 15

    Oracle Elastic Cloud Foundation Application Grid, OS, Enterprise Manager and Hardware

    EL X2-2

    Coherence

    E n

    te rp

    ris e

    M a

    n a

    g e

    r Oracle Linux and/or Solaris

    Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software

    JRockit and HotSpot

    WebLogic Server

    Exalogic Elastic Cloud Hardware

    Tuxedo

    Optimized for Exalogic,

    Installed on demand

    Factory Assembled

    and Tested

    Recommended,

    Optional

  • 16

    Application Support and Certification Optimized for Enterprise Java, Ready for Everything

    Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud

    Extreme Performance No Certification Required

    Oracle Applications

    Custom Applications

    3rd Party Applications

  • 17

    Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Hardware Integrated Compute, I/O, Networking and Storage

    • Central storage for

    system images

    • Clustered for HA

    • 40 TB SAS disk

    • 4 TB read cache

    • 72 GB write cache

    Integrated Storage

    • 40 Gb/sec links

    • 10 Gigabit Ethernet

    connectivity to

    datacenter

    I/O Fabric

    EL X2-2

    • 30 x86 compute nodes

    • 360 Xeon cores (2.93 GHz)

    • 2.8 TB DRAM

    • 960 GB SSD

    X2-2

    • 30 SPARC T3 compute nodes

    • 480 SPARC cores (1.6 GHz)

    • 3.8 TB DRAM

    • 960 GB SSD

    EL T3-1BT3-1B

  • 18

    A New Kind of Computer Building an Elastic Cloud with InfiniBand

    Built for Application Grid

    Simple to scale

    Open, standard

    Easy to use

    Lossless switched fabric

    Quality of Service and security

    Fault tolerance and failover

    Extreme Scalability

    *http://www.top500.org/static/lists/2009/11/top500_statistics.pdf

  • 19

    Extreme Java EE Performance The Power of the Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud

    2-3X improvement

    in Database OLTP

    60% more

    Java Operations/sec.

    Run-time connection

    load balancing

    JDBC over SDP

    Enhanced buffer

    handling for InfiniBand

    Optimized multi-core

    scheduler

    Cluster IPC

    multiplexing over SDP

    Scatter-gather IO

    0

    50

    100

    150

    200

    250

    Update Insert Delete

    T x /S

    e c

    (Higher is better)

    Standard WebLogic Server GridLink for Exadata

    0

    50

    100

    150

    200

    250

    300

    350

    400

    450

    CreateWS Purchase Manage Browse

    (Lower latency is Better)

    Standard Platform Exalogic

    Up to 10X faster

    response time

  • 20

    Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Engineered Systems for Consolidation

    Custom

    3rd Party CICS/

    COBOL

    Logs

    CRM

    Batch Jobs

    ERP

    SOA

    IDM

    E20

    Custom

    E20 Content

    3rd Party

    Ideal for application consolidation

     Ideal for complex workloads

     Built-in application isolation

    and security with

    WebLogic domains

     Built-in application isolation

    and security with

    InfiniBand partitions

    and virtual lanes

    Runs any standard application

    with elastic capacity

    on demand

     Fully HA - fault tolerant

  • 21

    Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Ultimate Enterprise Consolidation Platform

    Custom App

    Custom App

    IBM

    Easier

    deployment

     Integrated

    management

    Simplified

    maintenance

     Improved

    support

    Streamlined

    supply chain

    Consolidation &

    Standardization

  • 22

    Consolidating Enterprise Apps to Exalogic

    Old

    “Silo stacks”, one per application

    Heterogeneous app components

    Complex, costly management

    App

    Storage

    App

    Compute

    Storage

    Network

    ERP HR

    Network

    Enterprise Applications

    Compute

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