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Archived Exadata Articles
16 Sep 2015
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Exadata 12.1.2.2.0 Software [45825]
By Emre Baransel

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16 Sep 2015
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Turk Telekom Increases Customer Satisfaction by Empowering Customer Care Centers with Extreme Application Availability and Performance [45827]
Siebel on Engineered Systems with Accenture

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31 Aug 2015
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Temenos T24 Optimized for Oracle SuperCluster [45490]
A complete front- to back-office, CRM and product lifecycle management software platform that powers core banking operations

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18 Aug 2015
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PartnerCast: Build your Business with Engineered Systems [45248]
Replay available

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05 Aug 2015
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OpenWay Optimized on Oracle SuperCluster [44990]
very high performance on the SuperCluster T5 while running in a high available configuration

"OpenWay Group is a payment processing software vendor headquartered in Brussels, Belgium. OpenWay's WAY4 Card Issuing and Merchant Acquiring, Financial Switching, Personalized Mobile Payments, Mobile Wallet and other payment solutions successfully operate at 130 banks, processing and telecom companies in Europe, Asia, North and Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa..."
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07 Jul 2015
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Snap Cloning Databases on Exadata [44148]
Using Enterprise Manager

Subhadeep Sengupta blogs, "Historically, Exadata has mostly been deployed for heavy, production workloads, leaving cheap commodity hardware and third-party storage to perform as infrastructure for Development and Testing. From the viewpoint of Enterprise Manager, we have seen customers clone production databases running on Exadata to secondary storage such as ZFS Storage Appliance or even third-party NAS or SAN for the purpose of testing. Customers mainly used RMAN (with or without Enterprise Manager) to clone the databases. While the master clones (often referred to as Test Master) could be further cloned via storage efficient snapshots, there were significant limitations to the approach.

First of all, the testing on non-like systems from Exadata (both compute and storage) often yielded erroneous inferences. Second, both the compute and storage on existing Exadata racks often remained underutilized. Most surveys establish that there are several Dev/Test copies for every Production database, and leaving Dev/Test outside the realm of Exadata can only yield partial usage of engineered systems. .."
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