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Articles for the keywords: ZFS Storage Appliance
12 Apr 2017 Tips and Tricks for best RMAN Backup and Recovery Performance. The new and spectacular 60TB/h backup and the 62TB/h recovery rates with the all new ZS5-4 [62452]
By Patricio Zambrano

Patricio blogs, "Are you interested in improving your RMAN Backup and Recovery? Specifically, the Level 0 backups plus daily incrementals with your ZFS Storage Appliance? Is your current vendor not providing the floor space/performance/price/raw capacity that you need? Are you hungry? Then keep on reading!

Just as you would make the perfect finger licking Mexican Taco (Yes, I am from Mexico!), there is a way to ensure maximum RMAN performance with an Oracle ZFS Storage and an Oracle Engineered system(X6-2 server). Of course, the level of complexity is probably not the same but you get the idea ;)..."
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29 Mar 2017 Oracle Unveils Industry-First Cloud Converged Storage to Help Organizations Bridge On-Premises and Oracle Cloud Storage [62036]
Oracle, March 29th 2017

Organizations Can Seamlessly Merge Oracle Storage Cloud Functionality and Economics with the Power of High Performance Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances

Oracle unveiled the industry's first Cloud Converged Storage, representing the first time a public cloud provider at scale has integrated its cloud services with its on-premises, high performance NAS storage systems.

Oracle ZFS Cloud software, included in the latest Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance release, enables organizations to easily and seamlessly move data and/or applications to the cloud to optimize value and savings, while eliminating the need for external cloud gateways and avoiding the costs of software licenses and cloud access licenses - AKA "cloud entrance taxes" - charged by legacy on-premises vendors for the right to access the public cloud from their infrastructure platforms. As an example, Oracle's total cost of ownership versus one industry competitor was 87 percent less.
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14 Oct 2016 Disaster Recovery Demystified on Oracle Private Cloud Appliance [57005]
By Krishna

Krishna blogs, "According to a 2015 CIO.com article, fear of downtime is one of the top concerns that keeps IT executives up at night. In fact, 42% of IT executives believe that products and services that aid in disaster recovery (DR) should be among the last items to receive budget cuts.

Oracle Private Cloud Appliance with Oracle Enterprise Manager Site Guard, delivers push-button operation plans for disaster recovery scenarios including switchovers and failovers. The Operation Plans come fully intergated with support for the Oracle ZFS storage appliance and can be easily extended and customized for any other storage appliances including 3rd party storage appliances.

Lets now see how a comprehensive DR architecture for Private Cloud Appliance enabled through Oracle Enterprise Manager with Site Guard works for the most common DR mechanisms..."
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14 Mar 2016 Updated Oracle Platinum Services Certified Configurations [50773]
By Javier Puerta

Javier blogs, "Effective March 08, 2016, Oracle Platinum Services is now available with an updated combination of certified components based on Oracle Engineered Dystems: Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle Exalogic, Oracle Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance, Oracle SuperCluster systems, and Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Racked System. The Certified Platinum Configuration matrix and the Remote Patching Deployment Scope have been revised, and now include the following key updates:.."
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09 Feb 2016 When Should I Buy Readzilla/L2ARC? [49852]
To L2ARC or not to L2ARC?

Matthew blogs, "Like every page in the Storage Ops blog, my opinions do not necessarily reflect those of Oracle or its affiliates. And quite frankly, while I have plenty of operational experience with this stuff, I write in large part so I can better understand what it is I'm writing about!

To L2ARC or not to L2ARC?

This is one of the most challenging, data-dependent questions I receive on a routine basis. I'll try to outline a few general principles below -- and a little math -- to help one decide whether or not to buy "Read Cache SSD" (Readzilla or L2ARC SSD) for your Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance. To end up persisting very long in L2ARC, blocks have a few hurdles to overcome. Rather than re-hashing them fully here, I'll summarize two important parts of the balancing act, then refer you over to the Solaris L2ARC Eligibility Rules:.."
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