Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S / X6

Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S / X6
Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S/M
Changes and new features
Presenter: Harald Brauer (Harry)
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/haraldxbrauer
Presenter‘s Title: Technical Presales Consultant
Oracle Corporation, ODA (Oracle Database Appliance)
21st July 2016
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Agenda
1
Overview
2
Hardware
3
Software
4
Summary & Case Studies
5
Q&A
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MOBILE
CLOUD
BIG DATA
SECURITY
TRENDS IN
THE MARKET
UNCOMPLICATED
DATABASE SOLUTIONS
DESIRABLE
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ENGINEERED TO WORK TOGETHER
Server
Storage
Software
Network
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Management
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Oracle Engineered Systems - Purpose Built
DATABASE WORKLOADS
APPLICATION WORKLOADS
ANALYTICS
APPLICATION WORKLOADS
VIRTUALISATION WORKLOADS*
*ODA X6-2S/M do not support virtualisation
DATABASE APPLIANCE
Oracle
Exadata
Database
Machine
Oracle
SuperCluster
Oracle
Private
Cloud
Appliance
Oracle
Exalogic
Elastic
Cloud
Oracle Zero
Data Loss
Recovery
Appliance
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Oracle Big
Data
Appliance
Oracle
Exalytics
In-Memory
Machine
7
Workload
Applications
Oracle Engineered Systems
Exalogic
Private Compute
Appliance
SuperCluster
Oracle Database Appliance
X5-2HA
Database
X6-2M
X6-2S
Extreme Simplicity
Exadata
Primary Business Driver
Extreme Performance & Scalability
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SIMPLE
To Install, Manage and Maintain
Key Benefits:
Test and
Debug
Failure Modes
Assemble
Dozens of
Components
Weeks
Multi-Vendor
Finger
Pointing
Measure
Diagnose,
tune and
Reconfigure
Time
Simplify IT Environment
Performance Achievement
Performance Achievement
Build Your Own (Dell, HP, CISCO, etc.)
30 - 90
Minutes
40% reduced TCO
License only the cores
you use
10X faster deployment
time
20X less maintenance
Time
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Oracle Database Appliance
Simple, Optimized, Affordable
Engineered System optimized to run the Oracle
Database and database-centric applications
• Simple to deploy and manage both databases
and applications to improve time to value and
reduce operational expense
• Optimized for the Oracle Database with built-in
expertise for single instance and high
availability deployments
• Affordable Capacity on Demand (CoD) licensing
to manage capital expense
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OPTIMIZED
Oracle
Servers
Oracle
Linux
Appliance
Manager
Maximize Your Return on
IT Resources
Best
Practices
SE2 or EE
11gR2/12c
Apps
Cloud
Integration
• Everything necessary for a
database solution in a single
appliance
• Best practices and
automation accelerates time
to value
• Integrated applications and
database in single appliance
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Oracle Database Optimization for Every Business
• Accelerate time to value
– Reduce Complexity by deploying
both DB & Apps on a single appliance
High Availability
ODA HA
€62K
• Run your Database on a Purpose
Built Appliance
– Maximize your return on IT resources €22K
• Reduce your Footprint and
Control Costs
– Get the most value with right sized
engineered systems and software
licensing
Performance




72 cores
RAC, RAC One, SI
Applications (full)
Bare Metal/Virtualization
ODA X6-2M
€17K
Entry
ODA X6-2S



 20 cores
 SE2 or EE
 Applications (limited)
10 cores
SE2 or EE
Application (limited)
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Oracle Engineered Systems NOW within reach for EVERY ORGANIZATION
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Oracle Database Appliance
X6-2S / X6-2M
A technically reduced, simpler but much more affordable version
of the big brother ODA X5-2 HA for smaller customers
Hardware
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ODA X6-2S/M 3D Flash Demo
ODA
X6-2 S/M 3D Demo
https://goo.gl/heo2Et
7/20/2016
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Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S
Entry Level
Component
Details
CPU
1 x 10-core
2.2 GHz Intel Xeon E5-2630 V4
Memory
128 GB (4 x 32 GB) Main Memory
Storage
6.4 TB (2 x 3.2 TB) NVMe
Boot Disk
2 x 480 GB SSD (Mirrored)
Ethernet
2 x 10GBase-T
Fiber
2 x 10GbE SFP+
List Price
€17,000
Expansion Options
256 GB (8 x 32 GB) Memory
6.4 TB (2 x 3.2 TB) NVMe
Front View
Back View
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Oracle Database Appliance X6-2M
Performance
Component
Details
CPU
2 x 10-core
2.2 GHz Intel Xeon E5-2630 V4
Memory
256 GB (8 x 32 GB) Main Memory
Storage
6.4 TB (2 x 3.2 TB) NVMe
Boot Disk
2 x 480 GB SSD (Mirrored)
Ethernet
4 x 10GBase-T
Fiber
2 x 10GbE SFP+
List Price
€22,000
Expansion Options
512 GB (16 x 32 GB) Memory
6.4 TB (2 x 3.2 TB) NVMe
Front View
Back View
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NVM Express (NVMe) Flash Storage
Benefits
• NVMe is the new standard for PCI Express (PCIe) SSDs
• Architected for Flash Storage with minimal CPU overhead
• Works directly with PCIe interface
• No SCSI protocol overhead resulting
in very fast response
• 5x to 10x IOPS improvement over
SAS based SSDs
• Low latency of 100s of micro seconds
• Improves database performance and reliability
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ODA X6-2S / X6-2M Performance
IOPS and Bandwidth
2 x 3.2 TB NVMe
4 x 3.2 TB NVMe
Read IOPS
240K
480K
Write IOPS
120K
240K
Read Bandwidth
2.5 GB/Sec
5 GB/Sec
Write Bandwidth
1.5 GB/Sec
3 GB/Sec
Note: 8K Block Size
Sequential IO 1MB
Despite the very powerful IOPS (Input/Output per second)
performance of the ODA X6-2S/M models, they cannot
beat the ODA X5-2 HA’s High Availability feature set and
other hardware capabilities.
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NVM Express Bandwidth Breakthrough
Bandwidth to Each SSD Increased by 2.6x
Conventional SSDs
• Flash data is first
transformed to SAS
protocol
• Bandwidth to each SSD
limited by SAS-3 bandwidth
NVM Express SSDs
• Eliminates the protocol
transformation to SAS
• Interfaces with root
complex over a four-lane
PCIe Gen3 interface
Memory
PCIe
Gen3
PCIe
Root
Complex
PCIe
SAS
12 Gb/sec
SAS-3
to Flash
Controller
Controller
Oracle’s x86 Servers
Memory
PCIe
Root
Complex
SAS-3
Flash
Flash
Flash
Flash
Flash
Flash
Flash
Flash
Standard SSD
32 Gb/sec
PCIe Gen3
Oracle’s x86 Servers
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Flash
Flash
PCIe
Flash
Flash
to Flash
Controller
Flash
Flash
Flash
Flash
NVM Express SSD
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NVM Express (NVMe) – High IOPS Flash Implementations
Support Swappable*, High-Bandwidth Flash
*Hot swapping during operation may not be recommended in some cases.
Four drive bays in
the two-socket
enclosure are
designated as
NVMe capable
Uses same 2.5-inch
small-form-factor
(SFF) drive bays as
hard drives and
conventional SSDs
Oracle’s unique design connects the disk backplane to an internal PCIe switch that
occupies one of the internal PCIe slots and bypasses the SAS controller.
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ODA X6-2S / X6-2M Network Details
Supports Both 10GBase-T and 10GbE SFP+ Network Interfaces
Type
Interfaces
Bonds
10GBase-T
em1
em2
btbond1
em3
em4
P2p1
p2p2
prvi1
btbond2
10GbE SFP+
priv
IP Addresses
This is only on ODA X6-2M
sfpbond1
priv1
Private Interface
192.168.16.24
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Cabling ODA X6-2S / X6-2M
Callout Description
1
Power Cable
2
Management Interface
3
Serial Management
interface
4
em1, em2  btbond1
5
em3, em4  btbond2
6
p2p1, p2p2  sfpbond1
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Oracle Database Appliance
X6-2S / X6-2M
Now compatible with Oracle Database Standard Edition 2 (SE2, 12c)
and re-designed Oracle Appliance Manager user interface
Software
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Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S / X6-2M
Optimized for Database
EE – 12c 12.1.0.2, 11g 11.2.0.4
SE2 – 12c 12.1.0.2
Appliance Manager
(pre-installed free of charge)
Oracle Linux 6.7
(pre-installed free of charge)
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Oracle Database Editions Supported on ODA X6-2S / X6-2M
• Single-instance databases
• Enterprise Edition – 11.2.0.4, 12.1.0.2
• Standard Edition 2 – 12.1.0.2
• Oracle SE2 and Oracle EE database editions are the SAME software stack
• Database Options only supported on Enterprise Edition (EE)
– http://docs.oracle.com/database/121/DBLIC/options.htm#CIHDDBCG
– Advanced Security Option, In-Memory, Mutitenant, …..
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Capacity On-Demand Licensing for Enterprise Edition
AFFORDABLE
Option 1: Build Your Own
Option 2: Buy Oracle Database Appliance
License 72 Cores Up Front for Anticipated Growth
License as You Grow and Save Significantly
72 Cores
72 Cores
60 Cores
60 Cores
48 Cores
48 Cores
32 Cores
32 Cores
24 Cores
24 Cores
16 Cores
16 Cores
8 Cores
8 Cores
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Add Capacity
When You Need It
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
OracleAll
Confidential
– Internal
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Year 4
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TESTIMONIALS
CHALLENGES/OPPORTUNITIES
• LifeLock is an identify protection company and
security is very important
• Experiencing database latency delays of 80-3000 ms
• Needed to quickly grow the database storage to meet
business demand – traditional storage environments
couldn’t be expanded quickly enough
RESULTS
• To guarantee the security of customer data
incorporated Oracle's Transparent Data Encryption
• No more database latency issues with just 4-6 ms
latency out of the box with Oracle Database Appliance
• Completely configured with the RAC database
within one day
CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE
Oracle Database Appliances are amazing.
You reduce your complexity, you have an
entire environment that's set up in the
appliance and you're done in a very short
amount of time. Traditional storage
capabilities just don't allow for that.
– Jacqueline Hufford-Jensen, Sr. Manager,
Database Administration, LifeLock
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Capacity-On-Demand Licensing
• For systems deployed with EE database only
• Set ODA core count high water mark via Appliance Manager
• Set the cores in multiples of 2
– 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20
configure-core-count <cpu_number>
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What is the Appliance Manager?
Simplifies Deployment, Management, and Support of Oracle Database Appliance
Web Console
Command Line
Background Processes
• Gather configuration and
deploy system
• ODACLI provides simple
commands to streamline
administration
• Continual monitoring and
management to ensure
best practices compliance
and optimal performance
– System information
– Network information
– Database information
• Patch and manage system
–
–
–
–
Database creation
Patching
Management
Support
– Servers
– Storage
– Database
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Patching
Aktueller Patchset, PSU und alle kritischen One-Off’s
Update OS, Storage, FW,
ILOM, BIOS
Download Bundle Patch
1
2
3
Update Datenbank(en)
4
5
Fertig
Complete
Unpack Patch Datei
Update Grid Infrastructure
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Enterprise Manager Plug-In
seit ODA 12.1.2.2
• Zentrale Monitoring Konsole für eine/ mehrere ODAs und
“restliche RZ Umgebung”
• ODA Target und System Page: Systemansicht, Status, Alarme,
Monitoring VMs, etc.
• ODAs in Gruppen zusammenfassen
• Aggregated Component Level Analytics über Gruppen von
ODAs
• Hierarchical Viewer: Darstellung von Relationships
• Support für Bare Metal und Virtualized Platform
Deployments
• Support aller ODA Hardware-Versionen
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TESTIMONIALS
CHALLENGES/OPPORTUNITIES
• Reduce unplanned system downtime affecting all
operations
• Ensure data security and business continuity during
regional power outages
• Boost performance of database and applications
used by all employees
CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE
RESULTS
• Increased database and application performance by
more than 90% by deploying Oracle Database Appliance
to run Oracle E-Business Suite
• Ensured maximum availability with zero planned or
unplanned downtime experienced since implementation
• Enabled salaries to be run at the click of a button which
previously took up to eight days
• “With Oracle Database Appliance we have
increased data security and boosted
database and application performance by
90% without experiencing a single moment
of downtime. Now we are able to deploy
further services rapidly and without risk,
starting with mobile applications for our
field engineers.” – Adeeb Khateeb,
IT & ERP Manager, Al Yusr Industrial
Contracting Co.
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New command line interface - odacli
Appliance Life Cycle Operations
Feature
Command
Appliance
create-appliance
describe-appliance
Database
create-database
list-databases
describe-database
delete-database
Database Home
create-dbhome
list-dbhomes
describe-dbhome
delete-dbhome
Network
create-network
list-networks
describe-network
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New command line interface - odaadmcli
Appliance Maintenance Commands
Feature
Command
Storage
show disk
locate disk
show diskgroup
show controller
show storage
HW Monitoring
show
show
show
show
show
show
server
memory
processor
power
cooling
network
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OLTP Database Templates Sized for Performance
Database
Class
CPU
Cores
SGA (GB)
PGA
(GB)
REDO Log
File Size
(GB)
Odb-01s
1
2
1
1
Odb-01
1
4
2
1
Odb-02
2
8
4
1
Odb-04
4
16
8
1
Odb-06
6
24
12
2
Odb-10
10
40
20
2
Odb-12
12
48
24
4
Odb-16
16
64
32
4
Odb-20
20
80
40
4
• Provides well defined database
configuration templates …
– Sizing for CPU and Memory
• Out of the box allocation for SGA and PGA
– Incorporates all best practice database
init parameters
– Advise on the storage characteristics
– Multiple sizes to satisfy various
workloads
– Three REDO logs are created in RECO
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Storage Architecture
+DATA
+RECO
Used For
Database data files
REDO logs,
archive logs, RMAN
backups
Useable Storage Normal Redundancy –
External Backup
Based on 6.4 TB raw
2.4 TB
0.6 TB
ASM Cluster File System (ACFS)
Useable Storage Normal Redundancy –
Internal Backup
Based on 6.4 TB raw
1.2 TB
1.8 TB
ASM Disk Groups
Useable Storage Normal Redundancy –
External Backup
Based on 12.8 TB raw
4.8 TB
1.2 TB
Useable Storage Normal Redundancy –
Internal Backup
Based on 12.8 TB raw
2.4 TB
3.6 TB
Useable Storage High Redundancy –
External Backup
Based on 12.8 TB raw
3.2 TB
0.8 TB
Useable Storage High Redundancy –
Internal Backup
Based on 12.8 TB raw
1.6 TB
2.4 TB
Oracle Database Appliance
X6-2S / X6-M
+DATA, +RECO
NVMe
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Security Must Be “Built In, Not Bolted On”
Oracle’s layered approach to building secure systems
Secure Oracle Operating Systems
Ultra secure operating systems that default to
highest levels of security
Advanced Security Features
Enterprise Edition database supports security
options such as advanced security, audit vault
database firewall, and database vault
Secure Out of the Box
Required RPMs to run the stack,
Software Scans for vulnerabilities
Timely System Updates
Single patch file for entire stack
Complete In-House HW Design
Motherboard, BIOS, and service processor
firmware designed 100 percent by Oracle
engineers with manufacturing oversight
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TESTIMONIALS
CHALLENGES/OPPORTUNITIES
• Consolidate inefficient, costly IT architecture to
reduce costs and improve performance
• Better assign classes, students and professors and to
process incoming and outgoing payments more
efficiently
• Simplify and optimize database administration and
deliver faster services
RESULTS
• Improved IT systems’ availability and performance
across the university’s six campuses
• Gained scalability to meet future demand
• Accelerated processes for assigning classes
CUSTOMER PERSPECTIVE
“Oracle Database Appliance enabled us to
consolidate 11 servers into one, simplifying
our IT infrastructure and administration,
improving performance by 10x, and
reducing costs.” – Carlos Alemán, Head of
IT, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran
Canaria
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Oracle Database Appliance X6-2S Reduces TCO
Configuration
Oracle
Database
Appliance
X6-2S
Build Your Own: R630, 10c,
128GB, 6.4TB NVMe, 2x
480GB SSD (boot)
Build Your Own: DL360
Gen9, 10c, 128GB, 6.4TB
NVMe, 2x 480GB SSD (boot)
3 Year
TCO/Savings
Hardware Cost*
$24,480
$38,783
$38,978
~$14,303
2 – 10 cores
10 cores
10 cores
Up to 75%
5 Hr.
$350
65 Hours
$4,550
65 Hours
$4,550
$4,150
Maintenance and
Patching (Quarterly)
4 Hours/Yr
$280/Yr
67 Hours/Yr
$4,690/Yr
67 Hours/Yr
$4,690/Yr
$13,230
Additional OPEX
4 Hours/Yr
$280/Yr
56 Hours/Yr
$3,920/Yr
56 Hours/Yr
$3,920/Yr
$10,920
Level of Difficulty
Easy
Complex
Complex
~ $42K
Software Licensing
and Support
Solution Design,
Acquire, Setup
*HW acquisition cost + 3 years HW and OS support
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Oracle Database Appliance X6-2M Reduces TCO
Configuration
Oracle
Database
Appliance
X6-2M
Hardware Cost*
$32,640
Build Your Own: DL360
Gen9, 10c, 256GB, 6.4TB
NVMe, 2x 480GB SSD (boot)
3 Year
TCO/Savings
$42,998
$42,773
~$10,358
20 cores
20 cores
Up to 85%
5 Hr.
$350
65 Hours
$4,550
65 Hours
$4,550
$4,150
Maintenance and
Patching (Quarterly)
4 Hours/Yr
$280/Yr
67 Hours/Yr
$4,690/Yr
67 Hours/Yr
$4,690/Yr
$13,230
Additional OPEX
4Hours/Yr
$280/Yr
56 Hours/Yr
$3,920/Yr
56 Hours/Yr
$3,920/Yr
$10,920
Level of Difficulty
Easy
Complex
Complex
~ $38K
Software Licensing
and Support
2 – 20 cores
Solution Design,
Acquire, Setup
Build Your Own;R630, 2x
10c, 256GB, 6.4TB NVMe,
2x 480GB SSD (boot)
*HW acquisition cost + 3 years HW and OS support
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Oracle Database Appliance Family
Simple, Optimized, Affordable
• Lower Capital Expenses
• CoD aligns license spend to demand
• Reduced Operational Expenses
• Fewer expensive high skilled resources
• Reduced time spent on maintenance
• Faster Time to Market
• Bring new functionality to market more rapidly
• Better Availability
• Built-in reliability and best practices lead to greater
uptime
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ODA X6-2S/M compared to big brother X5-2 HA
ODA X6-2S
ODA X6-2M
ODA X5-2 HA
Database

Latest free Oracle Appliance Manager

Latest free Oracle Appliance Manager

Free Oracle Appliance Manager
Applications

Limited

Limited

Full
Virtualisation
×
×

HA GoldenGate



HA Data Guard

HA RAC
×
Rack Units

(only with EE)
×

(only with EE)
1
1
6
Nodes (sockets)
1 (1)
1 (2)
2 (4)
Processor (total)
1x Intel Xeon 2630 v4 (10 cores)
2x Intel Xeon 2630 v4 (20 cores)
4x Intel Xeon 2699 v3 (72 cores)
Memory (max)
128GB (384GB) RAM
256GB (768GB) RAM
512GB (1.5TB) RAM
Storage (max)
6.4TB (12.8TB) NVMe SSD
Integrated into same chassis
6.4TB (12.8TB) NVMe SSD
Integrated into same chassis
128TB (256TB) 10k RPM HDD
Additional 128TB storage adds 4 RU size
- Double Mirroring
 2.4TB (4.8TB)
 2.4TB (4.8TB)

24.6TB (49.2TB)
- Triple Mirroring
×
×

16.4TB (32.8TB)
240K / 120K (480K / 240K with 12.8TB)
Up to 160x / 80x (320x / 160x) faster
1.5K (3K with 256TB)
But offers 3-4x higher compute performance
IOPS*
Read / Write
240K / 120K (480K / 240K with 12.8TB)
Up to 160x / 80x (320x / 160x) faster
Licensing (DB)
List Price

(only with EE)
(only with EE)
Oracle SE2 (12c), EE (12c, 11gR2)
€17,000
€22,000
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Oracle EE (12c)
€62,000
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Summary of X6-2S/M
Simple, Optimized, Affordable
ODA X5-2 HA (High Availability)
Still the No. 1 ODA solution without compromises.
• Completed Oracle’s offering by targeting the
smallest and medium size markets
• The ODA X5-2 HA is still the most powerful, flexible,
secure ODA model with highest availability
• Even easier and faster to deploy than the hugely
successful ODA X5-2 HA
• The X6-2S and X6-2M are stripped down models
with significantly fewer features but compensated
by extremely low entry price
• Lowest OpEX (operational expense/running costs)
and CapEX (capital expense/hardware cost) of all
ODA
• Choose X6-2S/M over the X5-2 HA if the customer:
• Just like X5-2 HA, S & M allow linking to the cloud
– Only requires a single instance database
• SE2 can be used for small companies
– Does not require RAC (Real Application Cluster) for
redundant DR (disaster recovery) or Fail Over
• Very high performance for OLTP databases
(many small and random read/write requests)
– Does not or will not need virtualization
– Is happy with limited application support
– Has small databases
– Has extremely limited physical space
– Predicts limited-medium IT growth
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APPENDIX
Oracle Database Appliance
X6-2S / X6-2M
Deploying The Platform (for very technical people)
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7 Steps and 40 minutes Later
1. Rack, Cable and Connect the Network and Power
2. Start Up the System
3. Plumb the Network
4. Copy the Oracle Database Appliance (SIB)
5. Update the Oracle Database Appliance Image
6. Deploy the Oracle Database Appliance
7. Monitor Deployment Progress
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Plumb The Network
Boot up into the system console
configure-firstnet
Select the Interface to configure the network on (btbond1 sfpbond1) [btbond1]:btbond1
Configure DHCP on btbond1 (yes/no) [no]:no
INFO: You have chosen Static configuration
Enter the IP address to configure : 10.1.10.2
Enter the Netmask address to configure : 255.255.255.0
Enter the Gateway address to configure[10.1.10.1] :
INFO: Plumbing the IPs now
INFO: Restarting the network
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Copy and Update the System Image
• Copy the Oracle Database Appliance Single Instance software bundle (SIB)
to Oracle Database Appliance. Use scp or sftp to copy the bundle.
• Update the Oracle Database Appliance Single Instance software bundle
(SIB).
update-image --image-file /<path>/odasi-db-bundle-12.1.2.7.0date_1of2.tar.gz,/<path>/odasi-db-bundle-12.1.2.7.0-date_2of2.tar.gz
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Log in to Web Console
• https://<ipaddress>:7093/index.html
• Username: oda-admin
• Password: welcome1
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Start the Deployment Process
• When the Database Appliance has been deployed, this will display the
configuration
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Enter System Information
Master
password
for root,
database,
oracle
Percentage
of Storage
Reserved
for Data
Can only
run SE2 or
EE on the
same
system
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Enter Network Information
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Enter Database Details
Select
database
version to
deploy
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ACFS is
default, but
ASM can be
used with
12c database
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(Optional) Configure ASR and Submit
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Monitor Job Progress
View and Manage Databases
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Shared Repository
Storage für VMs auf Shared Disks
Node-1
Node-0
Guest
VM
Guest
VM
Guest
VM
• Shared Repository
– Zusätzliche Kapazität für
VMs
– VM Auto Restart &
Failover
– OAKCLI Integration
ODA_Base
ODA_Base
Shared Storage
Shared
Repository
HDDs
Cache
SSDs
Log
SSDs
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Gast VM Hochverfügbarkeit – VM Auto Restart
VM Auto Restart
Node-1
Node-0
Guest
VM
Guest
VM
Guest
VM
Guest
VM
• VM Auto Restart
– Ungeplante VM Fehler
– Auto Restarts VM auf
gleichem Knoten ohne
manuelles Eingreifen
ODA_Base
ODA_Base
Shared Storage
Shared
Repository
HDDs
Cache
SSDs
Log
SSDs
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Gast VM Hochverfügbarkeit – VM Gast Failover
VM Failover
Node-1
Node-0
Guest
VM
Guest
VM
Guest
VM
Guest
VM
• VM Failover
– Ungeplanter Server
Fehler
– Auto Restarts VM auf
anderem Knoten ohne
manuelles Eingreifen
ODA_Base
ODA_Base
Shared Storage
Shared
Repository
HDDs
Cache
SSDs
Log
SSDs
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Oracle Database Appliance – Proven and Tested
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