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22 Apr 2013 Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center as a Management Tool for Virtualization [30636]
Managing Server Virtualization Technologies Throughout their Lifecycle from One GUI

In Part 8 of an eight-part series on virtualization Elke Freymann describes how to use Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center to centrally manage server virtualization technologies throughout their lifecycle from one GUI. With Ops Center, it's possible to manage the complete lifecycle of a system, Freymann writes, so why not install Oracle VM Server for x86 on the bare-metal system using Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center. With Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center users can group servers of compatible architecture together, assign them shared storage where virtualized guests can run, define the type of virtualization technology to be used, and then define a server pool.
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22 Apr 2013 SPARC M5-32 Server Is Perfect for very Large Business-critical Workloads and Server Consolidation. [30536]
Features up to 32 SPARC M5 Processors and 32 TB of System Memory

Oracle bills its SPARC M5-32 Server as a massively scalable SMP data center server that is designed for very large business-critical workloads and server consolidation. Exceptional scalability and performance derive from up to 32 SPARC M5 processors and 32 TB of system memory with 6-core, 8 threads per core, SPARC M5 processor with extra large 48 MB shared L3 cache. Built-in capabilities include Oracle’s Dynamic Domains feature, Oracle VM Server for SPARC, and Oracle Solaris Zones. The server runs Oracle Solaris 11 and Oracle Solaris 10 (guest domains) with guaranteed binary compatibility and support for legacy applications.
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22 Apr 2013 Fujitsu M10 Servers Now Available Worldwide [30519]
Build on SPARC 64X Processor

Fujitsu and Oracle have announced the worldwide availability of Fujitsu M10 servers, based on the 16-core SPARC64 X processor. Fujitsu M10 servers deliver mainframe class reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) and scale dynamically from 1 to 64 processors in a modular architecture with core-level CPU Activation that allows customers to easily add resources in Building Blocks to meet changing workload requirements without downtime for existing applications. Featuring breakthrough technology, including Software on Chip and Liquid Loop Cooling, Fujitsu M10 servers provide highly flexible system configurations with physical partitioning and built-in, no-cost virtualization technologies via Oracle VM Server for SPARC and Oracle Solaris Zones.
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22 Apr 2013 SPARC T5-2 Posts Yet Another Leading Benchmark Result [30523]
Scores Siebel CRM Benchmark World Record

Among its many recent record breaking benchmark results, Oracle's SPARC T5-2 Server line now numbers world-leading performance on Siebel CRM. SPARC T5-2 servers running the application tier achieved 40,000 users with sub-second response time and with throughput of 333,339 business transactions per hour on the Siebel PSPP benchmark (including Siebel Call Center and Order Management System), delivering 2X better performance on a per chip basis compared to earlier published SPARC T4 numbers. In this benchmarking exercise the SPARC T5-2 server used Oracle Solaris Zones which provide flexible, scalable and manageable virtualization to scale the application within and across multiple nodes.
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29 Mar 2013 An Overview and a How-to on Protecting Your Oracle Solaris Zone Cluster [30349]
Labeling Zones for Appropriate Access

Rick Ramsey posts an introduction to zones, clustering, and trusted extensions and a link to a paper by Subama Ganguly on building a secure zone cluster with trusted extensions. As Ramsey writes in his introduction, "Oracle Solaris Trusted Zone clusters became available in Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.1. They are zone clusters with the security capabilities (mandatory access control or MAC) provided by Trusted Extensions. The zones in the cluster are labeled in the same way that other objects are labeled, so that only other objects with the same (or higher) sensitivity label can access them. Subama Ganguly walks you through setting one up.
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