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Enter the Grid Introducing Oracle 10g
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Rick GreenwaldProduct Director Oracle Corporation
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Todays IT shops are criminally inefficient,
running assets at a small fraction of their
capacity.
Frank E. Gillett Forrester Research, October 2002
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Oracle Grid Computing
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Evolution of IT
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Problems with IT
  • Islands of computation
  • Configured for peak loads
  • Limited scalability
  • Availability lt 99.x
  • Fragmented security
  • Escalating costs
  • Affects all businesses

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Grid Computing Defined
Coordinated use of many servers and storage
acting as one large computer.
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Growing Grid Momentum
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Reducing IT Costs
Oracle Grid
Large Dedicated Server
  • Expensive costly components
  • High incremental costs
  • Single point of failure
  • Enterprise service at high cost
  • Low cost modular components
  • Low incremental costs
  • No single point of failure
  • Enterprise service at low cost

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What Grid Computing Means to
  • CEOs
  • Lowers cost
  • Pay as you go
  • IT Executives
  • Higher availability
  • Better quality of service
  • IT Staff
  • More automation
  • Greater productivity

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For Developers ISVs
  • No code changes required
  • Better application management
  • Automated processes
  • Self tuning database
  • Access to common services
  • e.g. Identity management
  • Lower cost of computing

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Introducing
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Oracle Grid Computing Model
  • Pooling
  • Virtualization Provisioning
  • Load Balancing
  • Quality of Service
  • Automation

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Policy-Based Load Balancing
  • Database and application server clusters
  • Dynamic allocation of servers using rules
  • Automated routing of service requests
  • If a server fails, re-allocate to surviving
    servers
  • If demand changes, re-direct server capacity

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Example In December
  • Order Entry maxes out processing orders
  • Financials is idling below capacity

Order Entry
Financials
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Example In January
  • Order Entry drops off from season high
  • Financials maxes out on year end close

Order Entry
Financials
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Example With Grid Computing
  • Load balance based on a policy to optimize around
    both of these peak load conditions

Order Entry Financials
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D E M O
Dynamic Service Provisioning
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Database and Application Server Clusters Proven
  • Thousands of customers
  • Running on all platforms

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Self-Managing Database
  • Built-in intelligent infrastructure
  • Automatic database diagnostic monitor
  • Automatic SQL tuning
  • Automatic storage management

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D E M O
Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM)
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Automatic Storage Management
  • Automatically mirrors and stripes
  • Manage all storage for the database
  • No volume manager or file system needed
  • Efficiently add/remove storage online
  • Highest performance I/O out of the box
  • Eliminates constant I/O tuning

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D E M O
ASM demo
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Quality of Service
  • Continuous availability
  • Record-setting performance
  • Automated management

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High Availability
  • Faster disk-based backup and recovery
  • Flashback recovery
  • Data Guard
  • Fast failover of all applications
  • Seconds for total recovery

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Database Performance
World Record TPC-C
As of September 5, 2003 Oracle Database 10g
Enterprise Edition, HP Integrity Superdome,
824,164.53 tpmC, 8.28/tpmC, available 12/31/03.
Source Transaction Processing Council (TPC),
www.tpc.org
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Application Server Performance
World Record Linux SpecjAS2002
1,037
BEA
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IBM
(4 procs)
As of September 12, 2003 HP ProLiant ML370G3 (2
CPUs) Red Hat Linux AS 2.1 Oracle Application
Server 10g 431.26 TOPS_at_DualNode,
160.62/TOPS_at_DualNode. HP rx5670 (4 CPUs) HP-UX
11i BEA WebLogic Server 7.0 408.02
TOPS_at_DualNode, 1075.17/TOPS_at_DualNode. Source
SPEC (http//www.spec.org)
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Scale Out for Grids
  • Cluster ALL services
  • HTTP, Cache, Java, LDAP, Portal
  • OLTP, business intelligence, content management
  • Grow in small increments
  • Create Ultra Large Databases

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Automation
  • Managing groups of systems
  • Managing application service levels
  • Managing security centrally

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Enterprise Manager Grid Control
  • Monitor and manage
  • Grid-wide view
  • End-to-end
  • Top-to-bottom
  • From anywhere

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Manage Groups as One
  • Single-view management and monitoring
  • Standardize policies
  • Configuration
  • Performance
  • Security
  • Automate processes

Applications
Sets of Systems
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D E M O
EM group policy
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Service Level Management
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Security Identity Management
  • Centrally manage user identities
  • Centrally grant and revoke access privileges
  • Provide single sign-on access to applications
  • Share security policies across the infrastructure

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You Can Start Small
  • Easy installation
  • 1 CD, 20 minutes
  • Clone known good configurations
  • Automated application provisioning
  • Fully configured out of the box
  • Easy application development

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D E M O
HTML-DB
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Oracle Data Center
  • Outsourcing grid
  • Oracle University grid

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The best thing about the Grid is that it is
unstoppable. The Economist June 2001
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How Do I Get Started?
  • Consolidate
  • Standardize
  • Automate
  • Optimize

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Complete, integrated grid infrastructure
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For More Information
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