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Oracle Database 11g Overview

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The Future of Database Technology

Mark Townsend
Vice President, Database Product Management

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 remain at the sole discretion of Oracle.

Agenda

Database Update
Information Appliance Initiative
Information Lifecycle Management
Security and Compliance
What’s Next –Change Assurance

Uptake (TAR Analysis)

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Oracle Database 10g

Oracle9iOracle8iOracle8 and Earlier

Source: TAR Analysis (October 2006)

48%

44%

7%

Oracle’s 10g Grid Strategy

Enable Grid Computing

•Using Low Cost Servers and Storage

With Intelligent Software

•Database Servers and Fusion Middleware

And Automated Management Tools

•Reducing Errors and Lowering Costs

To Modernize I/T Infrastructure

•Highest QoS and Flexibility, Lower Cost

Oracle 10g Grid

Real
Application
Clusters

Automatic
Storage
Management

Application
Server
Clusters

Grid Control

Extract
Servers

1. Extract
from source
systems

2. Integrate,
transform, and
denormalize

3. Query and
analyze

4. Data access
and publishing

ETL
Manager

Amazon’s RAC is so cost-effective they run 2 concurrently and still save money.

2nd

pair of identical RAC clusters means no need for
backupfor active online data

8 nodes x 4CPUs
12 TB+ STAGE

Amazon Data Warehouse Modular Architecture
using Oracle Database 10g RAC and ASM on Linux

16nodes x 4CPUs
65 TB QUERY

Emerging Trends for DW

•Data warehouses have become ubiquitous parts of
the IT infrastructure
•Problem: Data warehouse system configurations are
easy to get wrong
•Goal: Make it easy to deliver

•A scalable system
•With reduced implementation times
•Eliminated deployment risks
•Lower cost

DW Configuration Problem: I/O

DatabaseCPUsMemoryActuatorsLUNsDisksRaid

DatabaseCPUsMemoryActuatorsLUNsDisksRaid

An unbalanced configuration

A balanced configuration

100%

Possible
Efficiency

100%

Possible
Efficiency

100%

Achieved
Efficiency

< 50%

Achieved
Efficiency

Oracle Information Appliance Initiative

Appliance Foundations

Documented best-practice
configurations for data
warehousing
For customers requiring
flexibility and choice
Benefits:

High performance
Simple to scale: modular
building blocks
Built on Oracle database
and standard hardware

Available today with HP,
IBM, and EMC

Information Appliances

Scalable systems pre-installed and
pre-configured: ready to run out-of-
the-box
For customers looking for the
simplest, fastest solutions
Benefits:

High performance
Simple to buy
Fast to implement
Built on Oracle database and
standard hardware

Available today with Panta Systems
Further announcements in coming
months

Information Appliance –An Example
Panta2700 Data Warehouse Appliance

8 Blade RAC cluster

4 AMD 2.2Ghz dual core
processors per blade
8 GB memory per processor
Total of 64 cores and 256 GB
memory

96 TB database storage

532 disk drives
250GB SATA 7200 RPM / drive

2 Silverstorm9024 Infiniband
Switches
Up to 12 GB / sec I/O throughput
observed in database processing
Oracle Database 10g with RAC
and Partitioning
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Advanced Server 4 Update 3

Information Appliance:
New 1TB TPC-H Announced

The system:

Oracle Database 10g Release 2 with Real Application Clusters
and Partitioning
8-nodePANTAmatrix(aka Panta2700 Data Warehouse
Appliance)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server 4 Update 3

The results:

Performance:

59,353.9 QphH@1000GB

Price-performance:

$24.94 $/QphH@1000GB

Compelling combination of performance and price-
performance:

#2 in absolute performance
#2 in price-performance

As of October 23, 2006:PANTA SystemsPANTAmatrix, 59,353.9QphH@1000GB, $24.94/QphH@1000GB, available 4/15/07.

Source:Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC), www.tpc.org

Information Appliance:
Significant Cost Savings

An Oracle-based appliance
delivers:

High performance out-of-the-
box
Re-usable, general-purpose
software and hardware
Leading support for the full
breadth of applications
Enterprise-level security and
availability
Leverages existing resources
and expertise
Lower costs

$2,402,000

$842,000

$1,560,000

224 spindles
(150GB each)

2

8250z 1)

532 spindles
(250GB each)

Disks

$2,171,569

$1,019,140

$1,152,429

3

PANTA 2700

# Racks

Total 3YR Cost
of Ownership

HW/SW Costs

3 Yr
Maintenance

1)

Netezza, 2006 Whitepaper “How the Simplicity of the NPS Data Warehouse Appliance Lowers TCO”

Business Requirement –ILM
(Information Lifecycle Management)

•Reduce cost to retain data

•Vast amounts of data are retained by enterprises for business
and regulatory reasons
•Need to optimize the cost of retaining data in the database to
avoid skyrocketing costs

Active Data

Less Active Data

Historical Data

Typical Database Implementation
without ILM

DIGITALDATA STORAGE

High Performance
Storage Tier

Active

Less
Active

Historical

Archive

Data Lifecycle

Tape
Archive

Storage Sample Device Costs

Low
End

High
End

max$/GB

min $/GB

Storage Tier Vendor

$28.80

$22.80

IBM DS8300 73GB, <6TB

$23.90

$18.90

HP XP128 73GB, < 6TB

$7.50

$8.90

$10.40

$34.10

$5.90

IBM DS4300 146GB, <4TB

$7.00

HP EVA 3000 146GB, <4TB

$8.20

EMC CX500 146GB, <4TB

$26.90

EMC DMX 1000 73GB, <6TB

Prices in high end range typically represent a system configured for performance
Prices in the low end range typically represent a system configured for capacity

$29.00

$7.00

Solution: Match Storage to Lifecycle
Optimize Cost

High Performance
Storage Tier

Low Cost
Storage Tier

Online Archive
Storage Tier

Active

Less
Active

Historical

Offline
Archive

Data Lifecycle

DIGITALDATA STORAGE

Offline
Archive

Storage

The Oracle Database with Partitioning
is Ideal for implementing ILM

Understands Business Data
Hardware Independent
Application Transparent
Fine Grained –Partitioning
Customizable
Central Point of Control
Low Cost –Use ASM to
manage multiple storage
tiers

Active

Less
Active

Historical

Database
+ Partitioning

ILM Assistant

Database Features for ILM

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