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Oracle Database Appliance
Gian Luigi Cavalli
PreVendita Oracle
Growing Business Critical Services and Data
High Availability solutions desiderable, but not easily deployed
Complex and
Costly
Specific Skills
Required
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High Risk
of Failure
Value Proposition
Simple High Availability Database
• Easy to Implement
– One Box: server, storage, networking
– One Button Install of SW
• Easy to manage & maintain
– One button patching
– Self-managing storage
– Auto-detects and auto-corrects
• Easy to diagnose and support
– Automated Service Request filing (phone home)
– Relevant logs gathered and packaged for support
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Highly Available Database Appliance
• Simple, quick, complete, affordable HA Cluster
Database System in a single enclosure
• Plug-n-Go
– Plug the power
– Plug the network
– Name the system
• Key Features
– Triple-mirrored storage with Oracle Automatic Storage
Manager
– Hot serviceable customer replaceable components
– Redundant Power, Server Nodes, Cooling, Networking…
– Oracle Real Application Cluster
– Oracle Appliance Manger
• Oracle Database Appliance also known as
– ODA
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Engineered Systems for Oracle Database
Oracle Red
Stack
Full Rack
Half Rack
Quarter Rack
Oracle Database
Appliance
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Oracle Exadata
Database Machine
Oracle Database Appliance
Ideal for SMBs and Departmental Systems
• Simple to implement
• Designed and priced to scale
• Performance improves as you scale
• Highest levels of serviceability
• Highest availability for this class of
machine
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Oracle Database Appliance
Hardware
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Oracle RAC architecture in ODA
RAC-in-a-box
Node 0
Node 1
Interconnect
Shared Storage
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Low Entry Cost To High Availability
Low cost, no complexity, high availability
DB Server
DB Server
HP
Externa
l
Networ
k
Redundant SAS or FC HBA’s
•
•
•
•
Storage HA-Controller +
DiskArray
24 processor cores
Manual configuration & installation
Multiple-vendor support contracts
Minimum 12 processor core licenses
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Installation
Expertise
Optimization
Expertise
Network
Administration
Savings
Storage
Administration
System
Administration
Database
Administration
Oracle Appliance
Manager
• 24 processor cores
• One-button configuration & installation
• Single-vendor support contract
• Minimum 2 processor core licenses
Chassis
• 4U Redundant Storage Server
• 2 Server Nodes (SN)
–
Two internal boot disks per SN
• 24 3.5” dual ported SAS/SATA/SSD disk slots
– 20x 600GB 15K RPM SAS (slots 0-19)
(Triple-mirrored:12 TB RAW, 4 TB Usable)
– 4x 73GB STEC GEN3 SSD (slots 20-23)
for redo logs (Triple-mirrored)
FRONT VIEW
REAR VIEW
• 2 Hot-swap redundant power
• Redundant 5V and 12V disk backplane power
• Independent power, locate buttons and status
per SN
• Fixed configuration
• One order number for the hardware + another
for the power cord
• Plus SFP+ Transceivers and/or cables when
using 10GbE
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Chassis - Rear View
SN1
SN0
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Server Node Hardware Architecture
Hardware Elements
Features Description
Compute
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2 Server Nodes
On each Server Node
• 2x 6-Core Intel Xeon 5675 3.06GHz 95Watt CPUs
• 2-12 CPU cores per SN enabled on demand
• 12MB L3 cache per socket
• 3x full-width bi-directional Intel QuickPath Interconnects per socket
• Upto 25.6GB/s per QPI Ports
• 96 GB RAM (12 x DDR3-1333 8GB DIMMs)
• 3x Channel per socket and 2x DIMMs per channel
I/O
•
•
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•
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4x 73GB SAS2 SSDs
20x 600GB SAS2 15K RPM Disks (12 TB Raw)
2x 500GB SATA boot disks (rear accessed) per Server Node
3x PCIe Gen2 8-lanes slots per Server Node
2x LSI SAS PCIe Erie HBA per Server Node
Network
•
Dual GigE as the Cluster Interconnect (within chassis for SN to SN
connectivity)
2 x on-board GigE per Server Node
1 x Quad GigE (Intel Northstar) per Server Node (2^ PCIe slot)
1 x 10GigE Dual-ports (Intel Niantic) per Server Node (3^ PCIe slot)
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•
•
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Server Node View
OS
Boot
Disk
Interna
l HBA
Interna
l USB
CPU1
CPU0
PCI
Riser
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SAS,
Chassis,
FIM, +5V
disk, PSU
Signals
Network port bonding
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Architectural Overview
• Each Node
– plugs into the chassis
– operates independent of the other
– has full access to the 24 front
mounted disks
– contains a dual port Ethernet
controller internally connected
• eliminates the need for external cables
• Failure on one Node will not result in a service
interruption on the other Node
• Any service requests on a failed Node are maintained
through the surviving Node
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Four possible Backup Strategies
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Back up to a Flash Recovery Area (FRA) on disk
Back up to a file system such as NAS (RMAN)
Back up to tape (OSB: Oracle Secure BackUp; 3 rd BU SW)
Remote replication using Data Guard (Disaster Recovery)
Immediate
restore
if still on disk, Gb/s or 10Gb/s
fast restore from
tape
ODA
Backup
to disk or tape
Media server
Oracle StorageTek
Disk: ZFSSA
Oracle StorageTek
Tape library
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- RMAN backup sets on
external Third-party media
server
- DRP if in other location
- Long-term data protection on
tape
Supported Third Party Agents for the ODA
Company
Backup
Application
Version
RMAN Client
Media Server
OS
Symantec
Netbackup
7.1 New
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OEL 5.7
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Module for
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Databases and
• Customers may load any software
agent, or write and
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deploy their own agents
(NMDA) V1.1
IBM
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Linux
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the Oracle
Manager will be automatically patched as part of our
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appliance patching process
Data
A.06.20
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OEL 5.5
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HP
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Deployment Overview
Build System
Connect System to
Network & Power
ON
Deploy Grid, DB
with best
Practices
Image
Firmware
Install
OS
Download
SW from
MOS
Provide Basic
info to
Configurator
Initiate
Health
Check
Fully
Configured
Database
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Three Tiers of Availability
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‘Pay-as-you-Grow’ Database Licensing
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•
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Purchase single hardware configuration
Start with minimum of 2 processor core licenses
Scale to maximum of 24 processor core licenses
No hardware upgrades required
License database software just for the cores you
use
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‘Pay-as-you-Grow’ Database Licensing
Oracle Database Appliance
Server Node 1
Server Node 2
• 4 cores must be activated at a time
Server Node 1
Server Node 2
• Customer can license only 2 cores for EE or RAC One Node
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- Activated
- Licensed
‘Pay-as-you-Grow’ Database Licensing
Oracle Database Appliance: Enterprise Edition
SingleInstance/RacOneNode
• 2 Cores activated
• 1x Processor License EE: 37 K
oppure 25 NamedUser EE: 18.5 K
• 1x RacOneNode: 8K
• 1x Advanced Compression: 9K
• 1x Partitioning: 9K
• 1x Diagnostic&Tuning: 8K
Server Node 1
Costo del SW a Listino:
Costo dell’HW a Listino:
• TOT EE NU: 18.5K
• TOT EE: 37K
• TOT EE+RacOne: 45K
• ODA+SisOp+Mngt: 39K
Manut: 22% Anno
Server Node 2
• Customer can license 2 cores for EE or RAC One Node
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Manut: 12% Anno
- Activated
- Licensed
‘Pay-as-you-Grow’ Database Licensing
Oracle Database Appliance: Enterprise Edition RAC
• 4 Cores activated
• 2x Processor License EE: 74K
oppure 50 Named User EE: 37K
• 2x RAC: 36K
oppure 50 RAC NamedUser: 18K
• 2x Advanced Compression: 18K
• 2x Partitioning: 18K
• 2x Diagnostic&Tuning: 16K
Server Node 1
Costo del SW a Listino:
Costo dell’HW a Listino:
• TOT EENU +RACNU = 56K
• TOT EE+RAC: 110 K
• TOT EE+RAC+OPT: 162K
• ODA+SisOp+Mngt: 39K
Manut: 22% Anno
Server Node 2
• Customer can license 4 cores for EE or RAC
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Manut: 12% Anno
- Activated
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Oracle Database Appliance
Software
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Oracle Database Appliance
Full Oracle Stack
• Oracle Linux 5.5
• Choice of Oracle Database EE, RAC, or RAC One
Node (11.2.0.2) and other options
• Oracle Grid Infrastructure 11g Release 2 (11.2.0.2)
– Oracle Clusterware
– Oracle Automatic Storage Management
• Oracle Enterprise Manager Database Control
• Oracle Automatic Service Requests (Phone home)
• Oracle Appliance Manager
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Oracle Clusterware
• Allows clustering of independent servers so that
they cooperate as a single system
– Presented as one server to applications and end users
• Capable of protecting any kind of application in a
failover cluster
– Increased HA
• Fully integrated with Oracle RAC
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Oracle Automatic Storage
Management
• Volume manager and file system for Oracle
database
– Single-Instance Oracle Database
– Oracle RAC configurations
• Uses disk groups to store datafiles
– ASM presents a file system for Oracle database files
• Provides flexible server-based mirroring options
– Enables two-way and three-way mirroring for increased
HA
– Can replace failed or pre-failed drives without affecting
operation of file system
• Improves I/O performance
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– Consolidates data storage into small number of disk
groups
– Provides dynamic rebalancing ensuring every file is
evenly spread across all the disks in a disk group
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Oracle Enterprise Manager
Database Control
• Provides interface to perform database
administrative tasks
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–
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Creating schema objects (tablespaces, tables, indexes)
Managing user security
Backing up and recovery of the databases
Importing and exporting of data
• Provides performance and status information
about databases
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Automatic Service Request (ASR)
• Optional offering for enhanced support
experience
• Automatically opens service requests with
Oracle for specific hardware faults
– Service requests filed electronically and securely
– Fast and accurate resolution of the hardware faults
– Improved availability, less downtime
• Can be integrated with existing monitoring tools
– ASR manager can send SR notifications via SNMP traps
to existing monitoring tools
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Oracle Appliance Manager
• Provides One Button functionality to easily
install, manage, maintain & validate the system.
• Performs discovery of the storage subsystem.
• Monitors disks for hard & soft failures.
• Recovers ASM disk groups on shared disk
failure.
• Automates procedures after remove/replace
disks
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Oracle Appliance Manager
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•
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Configurator Module
Deployment Module
Storage Management Module
Patching Module
Validation & Diagnostic Tools Module
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Oracle Appliance Manager
Configurator
• Hides the complexity of setting up the cluster
• GUI-based enquiry collects configuration
information
-
Cluster name
Domain
Networking information
Database size
• Validates gathered information
• Configures OS & Networks
• Deploys the Grid Infrastructure & Database
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Oracle Appliance Manager
Configurator
Setup the customized
System Name
Select from three Database
Deployment Configurations:
RAC, RAC One Node, or
Single Instance
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Oracle Appliance Manager
Configurator
VIP Name & IP
information
automatically generated
& filled for both nodes
SCAN name is
auto generated
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Node and IP information
for 2nd Node is
automatically generated &
filled
Oracle Appliance Manager
Configurator
Setup the customized
Database Name
Select the Database Class
type
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Oracle Appliance Manager
Deployment Module
• Oracle Database Class Options
- Very Small
200 Processes, 16 MB log buffer, SGA: 4096-8192 MB,
PGA: 2048-4096 MB. 1 GB redo log file
- Small
400 Processes, 16 MB log buffer, SGA: 8192-16384 MB,
PGA: 4096-8192 MB, 1 GB redo log file
- Medium
800 Processes, 32 MB log buffer, SGA:16384-24576 MB,
PGA: 8192-12288 MB, 2 GB redo log file
- Large
1200 Processes, 64 MB log buffer, SGA: 24576-49152 MB,
PGA: 12288-24576 MB, 4 GB redo log file
- Very Large
2400 Processes, 64 MB log buffer, SGA:49152 MB,
PGA: 24576 MB, 4 GB redo log file
SGA= System Global Area, PGA= Program Global Area
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Oracle Appliance Manager
Deployment Module
• Deploys OS, Oracle Appliance Manager, Grid
Infrastructure & Database
• Configures GI & RDBMS (Oracle Database)
• Ensures correct configuration of disks &
networks
• Consistent implementation of known Best
Practices
• Configures optimal disk layout for ASM
• Performs initial configuration of disks & ASM
DG(s)
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Oracle Appliance Manager
Storage Management Module
• Oracle Appliance Manager Daemon (oakd) is
started during boot
• Discovers storage subsystem
• Tracks configuration by storing metadata
• Monitors status of disks
• Generates alerts on failures
• Takes corrective action on appropriate events
• Interacts with ASM for complete automation
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Oracle Appliance Manager
Patching Module
• Patching Module provides tools to patch OS,
Oracle Application Manager Modules, Grid
Infrastructure(GI), RDBMS
• Provides a single interface and command to
patch all the components including OS,
firmware, BIOS , GI and RDBMS
• Patching Module will update the repository to
reflect the newly installed patches and
firmware's
• Bundle Patches for all components that is to be
patched.
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Oracle Appliance Manager
Validation & Diagnostic Tools Module
• A set of tools for validation & diagnostics
• Validation tool provides detailed information
about the components – both HW & SW
• Diagget tool collects all the diagnostics
information and can be used when experiencing
problems.
• Healthcheck can be used to check the health of
OS, DB, Clusterware and other Oracle Database
Appliance components to ensure they are
healthy and functionally optimally.
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Oracle Application Manager
Command Line (oakcli)
• OAKCLI leverages current OneCommand Toolset with
Oracle Database Appliance specific enhancements.
• Commands
oakcli show - show storage, license, expander, controller, diskgroup,
disk
oakcli locate - locates a disk
oakcli apply - applies the core_configuration_key <key file location>
oakcli deploy - deploys the Database Appliance
oakcli update - updates the Database Appliance
oakcli validate - validates the Database Appliance
oakcli manage - manages the oak repository, diagcollect e.t.c
oakcli unpack - unpack the given bundle to oak repository
oakcli configure - configures the network
oakcli copy - copies the deployment config file
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Le Business Issues indirizzabili
• Business Continuity
• Storage Optimization
• System Management
• Database Security
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Le Business Issues indirizzabili
• Business Continuity
• Storage Optimization
• System Management
• Database Security
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DB Appliance: Business Continuity
Durante l’installazione possibile scegliere fra tre tipologie di
installazione automatica con differenti livelli di protezione dal punto
della Alta Affidabilita’.
Single Instance
Active – Passive
Active – Active
• Good Availability
• Better Availability
• Best Availability
• Oracle Database 11g
Enterprise Edition
• Oracle Database 11g
Enterprise Edition
• Oracle Database 11g
Enterprise Edition
• Oracle Real
Application Clusters
One Node
• Oracle Real
Application Clusters
• Can have mutual
failover
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• Mutual failover and
loadbalancing
Real Application cluster
public network
Node1
VIP1
Service
VIPn
Service
Listener
Listener
instance 1
instance n
ASM
ASM
cluster
interconnect
Clusterware
Operating System
Node 2
Grid
Clusterware
Operating System
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shared storage
Redo / Archive logs all instances
Database / Control files
OCR and Voting Disks
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Oracle Database 11g Release 2
RAC ONE Node – RAC for mass consolidation
D
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•
BC
DB
D
DB
E
DB
F
Automated Failover within Grid
Live migration of across Grid
Rolling Patches
Online Upgrade to multi-node RAC instances
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DB
A
DB
B
RAC-One Node
Server A
DB1
Server B
DB2
DB3
Common Shared Storage
Single Cluster
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Data Guard
Standby
Database
Production
Database
Sync or Async
Transaction Shipping
Optional
Delay
Network
Recovery O ReadOnly
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Backup
DIGITAL DATA STORAGE
DIGITAL DATA STORAGE
Active Data Guard
Standby
Database
Backup
Production
Database
Sync or Async
Transaction Shipping
Optional
Delay
DIGITAL DATA STORAGE
DIGITAL DATA STORAGE
Network
Recovery O ReadOnly
Standby
Database
Optional
Recovery E ReadOnly Delay
Continuously
Open for Reports
DIGITAL DATA STORAGE
DIGITAL DATA STORAGE
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Le Business Issues indirizzabili
• Business Continuity
• Storage Optimization
• System Management
• Database Security
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DB Appliance: Storage Optimization
Advanced Compression Option
Relativamente alla slide appena mostrata che elenca alcune delle Business Issues
indirizzate dalla Enteprise Edition con le sue Features ed Opzioni e avendo notato che la
macchina dispone di 4 Terabyte di spazio disco utile, come posso eventualmente
ottimizzare lo storage?
• Oracle 9i Data Compressio comprime i
dati solamente durante le operazioni
“bulk load”, quindi utile per DW e ILM
• Oracle 11g Advanced Compression
comprime anche su operazioni di insert
e update
• La “compression ratio” tipica e’ 2x to 3x
• Il DB legge direttamente i dati in formato
compresso eliminando l’overhead delle
decompressione.
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Le Business Issues indirizzabili
• Business Continuity
• Storage Optimization
• System Management
• Database Security
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DB Appliance: System Management
Oltre alle opzioni prima elencate, riconducibili alle aree evidenziate,
con Oracle EE sono inoltre disponibili alcune opzioni dello
strumento di amministrazione :
• EM MANAGEMENT PACKS: funzionalita’ avanzate per la gestione
ed il monitoraggio dell’intero ecosistema Oracle
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Diagnostic Pack
Tuning Pack
Database Lifecycle Management Pack
Test Data Management Pack
Data Masking Pack
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DB Appliance: System Management
Real Application Testing
End-to-End
Workflow Create Test
Capture
Workload
Replay
Workload
System
Deploy Replay
Clients
• SQL Performance Analyzer (SPA)
• SQL unit testing for response time tuning
• Database Replay
• Concurrent load testing using production workloads
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Real Application Testing
SQL Performance Analyzer
SQL Plans +
Stats
Pre-Change Trial
SQL Workload
STS
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•
•
•
•
SQL Plans +
Stats
Post-Change
Trial
Compare SQL
Performance
Analysis Report
Test and predict impact of system changes on SQL query
performance
Analyze performance changes for improvements or regression
Comprehensive performance analysis and reporting
Re-execute SQL queries in test environment
End-to-end solution: STS, SQL Plan Baselines, & SQL Tuning Advisor
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Database Load Testing Today
Test – 1-2 testers trying to be 1,000s of users
PRODUCTION
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TEST
• Infrastructure load
testing not adequately
performed
• Many issues go
undetected
• Testing expensive in time
and money with poor
results
• Changes such as db
upgrades, platform
migrations, etc., can
produce issues
uncovered during proper
load testing only
• Challenge is to generate
a test workload that is
representative of
production environment
Real Application Testing
Database Replay
Production
Clients
Test
Replay Driver
• Reduce costs and risks of
database changes
• Fully automated workflow
• Change Assurance for
– Database and O/S upgrades
– Configuration changes, e.g.,
conversion from SI to RAC
– Storage changes
– O/S migrations
• Supports upgrades from
Oracle 9iR2 to 10gR2 and
11g!
Storage
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Storage
Le Business Issues indirizzabili
• Business Continuity
• Storage Optimization
• System Management
• Database Security
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Oracle Database Security
Defense-in-Depth
Encryption and Masking
• Oracle Advanced Security
• Oracle Secure Backup
• Oracle Data Masking
Access Control
• Oracle Database Vault
• Oracle Label Security
Auditing and Tracking
• Oracle Audit Vault
• Oracle Configuration Management
• Oracle Total Recall
Monitoring and Blocking
• Oracle Database Firewall
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Summary
• Simple to deploy
– Pre-configured with validated components
– Best practices implemented
– Reduced risk in deploying HA
• Simple to manage
– Automatically detects problems & takes corrective
actions
– Patch all components with single command
– End-to-end management – hardware to software
• Simple to troubleshoot
– ASR configuration
– Validates system configuration
– Gathers relevant logs for support
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