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Articles for the keywords: Exadata
19 Jun 2017 Getting Clear About Clouds: How to Find the Best Approach for Your Enterprise [64508]
By Edgar Haren

Edgar blogs, "Today we have a guest blog from our peers on the Oracle Cloud Machine team. Today Maywun Wong Director, Product Marketing, discusses the value of Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine and the use cases behind this solution.

Most business and IT executives understand the extent to which cloud computing is transforming business and disrupting IT organizations. These services and solutions - including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) - are ushering in new cost efficiencies, productivity gains, and innovation.

However, sorting through the options and choosing the right approach can be daunting. Historically, business and IT decision-makers have had three choices when adopting cloud technologies: private clouds, public clouds, and hybrid clouds. Each approach delivers different features, capabilities, challenges, and benefits. How do you choose the best cloud configuration for your organization? How do you ensure that you are minimizing costs, maximizing gains, and retaining the flexibility and agility required for digital business?..."
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09 Jun 2017 Want More from Cloud? New Exadata Subscription-Based On-Premise Services [64156]
By Edgar Haren

Edgar Haren blogs, "Today we have a guest blog from our peers on the Oracle Cloud Machine team. Today Anne Plese Director, Product Marketing, Cloud Infrastructure Database Solutions discusses the value of Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine and the use cases behind this solution.

Cloud-integrated engineered systems for Oracle Databases address many of the key concerns that inhibit enterprises from making a swifter transition away from legacy on-premises infrastructures. It's fair to say that the vast majority of companies are well aware of the benefits provided by cloud-hosted applications. But for businesses that have real or perceived concerns about implementing cloud-hosted solutions for their more complex database, analytics, or OLTP needs, many of the benefits this technology provides are just out of reach..."
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26 May 2017 Introducing UEK4 and DTrace on Oracle Linux for SPARC [63819]
By Wim Coekaerts

Wim blogs, "About 2 months ago we released the first version of Oracle Linux 6, Update 7 for SPARC. That was the same version of Oracle Linux used in Exadata SL6. OL6 installed on T4, T5 and T7 systems but it did not yet support the S7 processors/systems. It contained support for the various M7 processor features (DAX, ADI, crypto,...), gcc optimizations to support better code generation for SPARC, important optimizations in functions like memcpy() etc.

We also introduced support for Linux as the control domain (guest domain worked before). So this was the first time one could use Linux as the control domain with a vdiskserver, vswitch and virtual console driver. For this release we based the kernel on UEK2 (2.6.39).

The development team has been hard at work doing a number of things.."
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27 Feb 2017 Oracle Expands Oracle Cloud at Customer Portfolio to Database Workloads with Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine [61180]
Oracle, February 27th, 2017

Organizations equipped to reap the benefits of the Oracle Cloud Platform in their own datacenter

Continuing to help organizations simplify cloud adoption by bringing the benefits of the cloud inside their own datacenters, Oracle announced the expansion of the Oracle Cloud at Customer portfolio with the availability of Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine. With today's news, Oracle is offering organizations the ultimate in choice and flexibility in where they deploy the world's most advanced database cloud for mission-critical workloads. Organizations can now deploy Oracle Exadata in a number of ways, including as a cloud service inside their own datacenter, in the Oracle Cloud, and in a traditional on-premises environment.
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27 Feb 2017 Want the Flexibility of a Cloud Database In Your Own Data Center? [61192]
By Jeffrey Erickson

Jeffrey blogs, "While the cloud is unquestionably enticing, not all computing workloads are moving there immediately. The reasons include data residency regulations, complex application architectures, and latency for real-time applications, not to mention the general squeamishness of IT groups used to controlling the underpinnings of their mission-critical applications.

Now, Oracle is removing those barriers, by bridging the gap between cloud and on premises in a way no other cloud provider has. With Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Machine, companies get the advantages of cloud - like pay-per-use and far less in-house IT management - with a machine that physically sits inside a company's own data center and is completely managed remotely by Oracle..."
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