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Articles for the keywords: SPARC Enterprise T5240
26 Apr 2011 BMC Software Leverages SPARC Servers for Virtualization, Energy Efficiency [24139]
Savings Range from $20-35K per Sever over Three Years

BMC Software has implemented Oracle’s SPARC Enterprise T-series servers with Oracle Solaris in its datacenters and research and development (R&D) department resulting in reduced organization-wide energy consumption and improved support for corporate innovation. Oracle's high-density, low power consumption SPARC T-Series servers help reduce data center costs with massive scalability, on-chip security, and built-in, no-cost virtualization enabling BMC to provide customers using BMC Software’s Business Service Management with a comprehensive approach and unified platform that that helps IT organizations cut costs, reduce risk and drive business profit.

In a three-year period, Oracle’s Sun SPARC Enterprise T5240 server has saved BMC on average between $20,000 and $35,000 in power costs per server. Oracle’s SPARC T3-2 server is expected to nearly double those savings, consuming one-eighth the power and emitting one-eighth the CO2 of existing UltraSPARC IIIi-based servers.
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01 Nov 2010 SPARC Enterprise Servers See Expanded Deployment at Qualcomm [23632]
Company Opts for Sun SPARC Enterprise M3000, T5240 Servers

Qualcomm has opted for Oracle's Sun SPARC Enterprise servers to provide the enterprise-class, scalable infrastructure needed to support its large developer community and corporate IT systems. Oracle reports that Qualcomm runs a wide-range of mission-critical Oracle Applications, including CRM, Business Intelligence and Financial applications, as well as Oracle Database 11g, on the Sun SPARC Enterprise M3000 and Sun SPARC Enterprise T5240 servers. The company also uses Sun SPARC Enterprise servers to operate many of its Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools and engineering infrastructure.
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01 Oct 2010 Performance of Oracle's SPARC T3 [23528]
Nine Outstanding World-record and Industry-first Results Reported

Oracle’s SPARC T3 servers delivered nine outstanding world-record and industry-first results on application workloads and industry standard benchmarks. All benchmarks used the newly announced SPARC T3 systems with support from Oracle’s Sun SPARC product line, Oracle Solaris, Sun Storage and Oracle software. The benchmarks represent a variety of workloads ranging from Web and application-tiers to virtualization and OLTP, and highlight database, application and system-level performance.
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30 Sep 2010 "Oracle Database on Sun SPARC Enterprise T-series Systems" [23526]
Considering When the Sun SPARC Enterprise M-series Server Line Might Be the Better Choice

The Oracle white paper "Oracle Database on Sun SPARC Enterprise T-series Systems" addresses systems architects who are evaluating Oracle Database deployment on Oracle’s T-Series Systems for their environment. While Oracle Database generally scales well on T-series servers, the paper notes, certain single-threaded operations do not. The paper identifies those deployment scenarios that are best suited for Oracle Database deployment on T-series servers and identifies use cases for which Oracle Database deployment on T-series servers is not recommended. In such cases, the paper recommends Oracle’s SPARC Enterprise M-Series servers.
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24 May 2010 Using Dynamic Resource Management in Oracle VM Server for SPARC [23139]
Defining Three Policies for Three Logical Domains

Orgad Kimchi has penned a five-page article on using the Oracle VM Server for SPARC (formerly called Sun Logical Domains or LDoms) version 1.3 Dynamic Resource Management (DRM) for allocating CPUs resources based on workload and pre-defined polices. This technical paper defines three policies for three logical domains, offering commands for managing a policy along with the specific add-policy commands for each logical domain and how to enable them.
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