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09 Nov 2012 SPARC T4-4 Delivers New World Record Performance [28397]
Subsecond Response Time on Oracle OLAP Perf Version 2 Benchmark

Oracle's SPARC T4-4 server server with 4 x SPARC T4 processors, 3.0 GHz, and 1 TB memory delivered world record performance with subsecond response time on the Oracle OLAP Perf Version 2 benchmark using Oracle Database 11g Release 2 with Oracle OLAP option running on Oracle Solaris 11. Data storage employed 1 x Sun Fire X4275 (using COMSTAR) and 2 x Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array (each with 80 FMODs). Redo storage used 1 x Sun Fire X4275. The SPARC T4-4 server achieved throughput of 430,000 cube-queries/hour with an average response time of 0.85 seconds and the median response time of 0.43 seconds.
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08 Jul 2010 Unconventional Resources on Oracle Exadata Version 2 [23274]
Hands-on Reports from Bloggers Offer Personal Insights

With Oracle CEO Larry Ellison's suggestion that the Oracle Exadata Version 2 or Sun Oracle Database Machine may be his company's iPhone, there is an even more heighten level of interest in the industry's only database machine that runs transaction processing applications. One Oracle employee providing information on the machine is Kerry Osborne who has written a few interesting blogs on his interactions with the giant system.
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05 Jul 2010 Architecture and Performance Documentation Released on New Sun Fire x86 Clustered Systems [23280]
Details on the x86 Intel Xeon Rackmount and Blade Systems

With the launch of its Sun Fire x86 cluster systems, Oracle has released several architectural white papers along with multiple performance records on these latest Sun-technology driven servers. Oracle offers tightly integrated x86 clustered systems engineered across its business software and hardware systems portfolio to deliver high performing application-to-disk solutions that can be managed and supported as a single system.
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29 Jun 2010 Sun Fire x86 Clustered Systems Launched [23263]
Offers Simplified Management, Record Performance and Operational Efficiencies

An InformationWeek 2010 survey reported 54 percent of respondents prefer a single server vendor, to take advantage of purchasing power, knowledge, and support. Oracle is delivering just that with the launch of a complete refresh of its Sun Fire x86 cluster systems which provide high performing application-to-disk solutions capable of being managed and supported as a single system from a single vendor.
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11 Jun 2010 Consolidation and Virtualization in the Mid-sized Enterprise [23173]
Oracle Sun IT Systems Deliver the Goods, Enable Significant Cost Reductions

Oracle's white paper "The New Economics of Midsize Enterprise Computing: Oracle’s Sun Systems Based on the Intel Xeon Processor 5500 Series" cites a recent CIO Insight magazine finding that notes increased IT spending in companies committed to cost cutting, a finding that appears to apply especially to the mid-sized enterprise. In that arena, with its typically smaller IT budgets, making purchases that offer the most efficiency and the best TCO is a critical exercise. This is where Oracle's Sun systems deliver solutions that lower total cost of ownership compared with previous generations of server platforms.
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