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Articles for the keywords: Sun Fire X4200
08 Feb 2011 Sun Open Storage at the Queensland Brain Institute [23899]
1PB of Storage Capacity at a Licensing Cost Savings of AU$100,000

The Queensland Brain Institute at the University of Queensland has saved AU$100,000 by adopting a scalable Sun Open Storage system with more than one PB of data capacity. The elements of this solution include the Sun Fire X4200 M2 Server, the Sun Fire X2200 M2 Server, the Sun StorageTek 6140 Array, and the Sun StorageTek SL500 Modular Library System, all of which will enable the institute to carry out its mission of exploring a wide range of neuroscience interests. With this implementation the institute saved more than AU$100,000 in licensing costs while reducing cost per TB by 65% and eliminating silent data corruption.
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14 Dec 2009 Database Study Observes Performance Gains of Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array [22480]
Examines Query Performance for Data Warehousing Workload

A database study comparing the performance of storage architectures using Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array and storage architecture based only on traditional hard disks was recently conducted, and its results presented by Chang Shu. Both atomic queries such as sorts / joins, and advanced queries containing complex business logic were tested in order to observe the performance gains in using F5100 Flash Array.
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15 Sep 2009 Business Benefits of Terracotta for Java Developers [22221]
Using the Open Source Software on Sun's CMT and x64 Solaris Servers

Sun engineers have been working with the open source software Terracotta to optimize its technology on Sun solutions. Terracotta is an open-source product, entirely written in Java code, that simplifies scalability for Java applications by synchronizing user defined subsets of Java heap across multiple Virtual Machines for the Java platform (Java Virtual Machine or JVM) on different physical machines. A four-page PDF offers an overview of the business benefits of Terracotta for Java developers, plus some results of testing the team did with Terracotta on both x64 and CMT servers, reports George Drapeau.
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11 Sep 2009 BigAdmin Paper Discusses Running SAP ERP With Oracle on Sun OpenStorage [22201]
Using Oracle as Database Platform and Volumes on a 7210 Mounted via NFS

The BigAdmin paper "Running SAP ERP 6.0 With Oracle Database on the Sun Storage 7210 Unified Storage System" by Ulrich Conrad describes the steps to implement an SAP ERP 6.0 application on Solaris 10 for x64 platforms with Oracle as the database platform and volumes on this Sun OpenStorage system that are mounted via NFS.
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06 Aug 2009 MySQL 5.1 Database Deployment Over CIFS Using Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System [22024]
Technical Paper Outlines Procedures

Sun Systems engineers describe deploying the MySQL 5.1 RDBMS on a Sun Fire server running Microsoft Windows 2003 Server in a BigAdmin article entitled "MySQL 5.1 Database Deployment over CIFS on Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System". In the presented scenario, a volume of a Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System is mounted using CIFS as a repository for database files. This is a technical paper and meant for those with an understanding of Microsoft Windows and MySQL.
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