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14 Jan 2014
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Yodlee Supports International Growth with the Oracle Database Appliance [34482]
Leading Financial Platform Provider Meets International Data Regulations and Supports Growing Customer Base

Oracle announced Yodlee, the platform for global financial innovation, is successfully using the Oracle Database Appliance to support its international growth requirements.

With more than 800 customers and 50 million users of Yodlee-powered services across 10 different countries using its financial platform, Yodlee needed a data management solution to help meet its expanding customer base and international privacy and regulatory requirements.

The company looked at more than 15 architecture solutions and tested five for cost, performance and scalability, ease of management, and security. With results in all four categories that beat all other alternatives during a six month proof of concept, including a 20 percent increase in application transactions per second and an 11 percent improvement in average page view response time, Yodlee decided to implement the Oracle Database Appliance.

An Oracle Engineered System, Oracle Database Appliance comes complete with out-of-the-box software, hardware, database, and storage engineered for speed and simplicity. Leveraging it, Yodlee achieved 50 percent reduction in CapEx and 10 percent faster performance.

Additionally, with its unique capacity-on-demand licensing model, the Oracle Database Appliance offers the company a scalable environment for future growth, including planned implementation in two additional international data centers.
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23 Dec 2013
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BAE Systems Choose Big Data Appliance for Critical Projects [34105]
Solving complex problems such as financial crime, cyber security

Oracle has another great story about how to use data warehousing and big data technologies to solve real world problems using diverse sets of data using Oracle technology. BAE Systems is taking unstructured, semi-structured, operational and social media data and using it to solve complex problems such as financial crime, cyber security and digital transformation.

The volumes of data that BAE deals with are very large and this creates its own set of challenges and problems in terms of optimising hardware and software to work efficiently and effectively together. Although BAE had their own in-house Hadoop experts they chose Oracle Big Data Appliance for their Hadoop cluster because it's easier, cheaper, and faster to operate.
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17 Nov 2013
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iRacing Drives Extreme Performance with Oracle Database Appliance [33541]
Online Gaming Leader Enhances Customer Experience

With tens of thousands of players competing against each other on its online system, iRacing Motorsports Simulations, LLC, the world's premier motorsports racing simulation, determined it needed to enhance its database environment to continue delivering reliable uptime and an exceptional player experience. In the Oracle Database Appliance, the company found an easy-to-implement database infrastructure that proved a cost-effective solution for providing players peak performance, while laying the track to effectively manage future growth.

To support and improve the performance of its online racing simulation, iRacing is successfully leveraging the Oracle Database Appliance.

After evaluating multiple options, including deploying commodity hardware from Dell and launching an Amazon-hosted cloud database, iRacing selected the Oracle Database Appliance.

With the Oracle Database Appliance, iRacing is able to take advantage of a complete package of software, server, storage and networking engineered for simplicity and high availability.
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12 Nov 2013
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Oracle Big Data Appliance X4-2 [33630]
A comprehensive Big Data platform optimized for both batch and real-time processing

Oracle Big Data Appliance X4-2 is now available, providing enterprises with a comprehensive and secure engineered system optimized to run Cloudera's entire Platform for Big Data, Cloudera Enterprise, at a low overall total cost of ownership. Together, Oracle Big Data Appliance X4-2, Oracle Big Data Connectors, and Oracle Exadata form a complete and integrated platform for Big Data.

Oracle Big Data Appliance X4-2 is a pre-integrated full rack configuration with 18 of Oracle's Sun servers that include InfiniBand and Ethernet connectivity to simplify implementation and management

Oracle Big Data Appliance X4-2 Starter Rack, contains six Oracle Sun servers within a full-sized rack with redundant Infiniband switches and power distribution units. Oracle Big Data Appliance X4-2 In-Rack Expansion includes a pack of six additional servers to expand the above configuration to 12 nodes and then to a full rack of 18 nodes.
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28 Oct 2013
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Sun Flash Accelerator F80 PCIe Card [33461]
800GB capacity, delivers 2x the capacity of the previous F40 Flash Card for less than half the $/GB

Oracle's Sun Flash Accelerator F80 PCIe Card accelerates IO-starved applications and server performance by reducing storage latencies and increasing I/O throughput for greater productivity and business response!

Sun Flash Accelerator F80 PCIe Card offers the following:

  • Helps servers and their applications run faster and more efficient, while reducing power and space
  • With 800GB capacity, delivers 2x the capacity of the previous F40 Flash Card for less than half the $/GB
  • Accelerates I/O constrained databases with increased IOPS and consistent low-latency response timers

Current and planned server support includes:

  • The F80 is currently supported in Oracle's SPARC T4-1, T4-2 and X4-2L servers.
  • SPARC T5, M5, M6 and Fujitsu M10 server support is planned for December 2013 (Preliminary only)

See the Sun Flash Accelerator F80 PCIe Card page for details.
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19 Aug 2013
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Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance [32437]
The View from Product Management

Adam Hawley writes, "as the head of virtualization product management at Oracle, I thought I'd add some comments.

Our goal, and what we are delivering with the Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance, is to perform all the necessary installation and configuration for the hardware and software to allow you to go from power-on to a running application (or database or middleware) in about an hour. Already, one press headline has declared "Oracle tar ledningen på nyckelfärdiga servrar". Now, just in case your Swedish is a bit rusty, that translates to 'Oracle Takes the Lead in Turnkey Servers' So what's all the fuss about?..."
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