PRTODAY / NewswireToday Free press release distribution service network

More news: Software
Written by / Agency / Source: Oracle Corporation

Check Ads Availability|e-mail Article


Are you the owner of this article?, Turn it PREMIUM with your LOGO instead - and make it 3rd party Ads-Free! within the next hour!

New Oracle Exadata Database Machine Optimized for Large-Scale In-Memory and Database Cloud Workloads - Exadata Database Machine X4-8 Features Extreme Compute, Storage, and Memory Capacity - Oracle.com
New Oracle Exadata Database Machine Optimized for Large-Scale In-Memory and Database Cloud Workloads

 

NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Redwood Shores, CA, United States, 2014/07/17 - Exadata Database Machine X4-8 Features Extreme Compute, Storage, and Memory Capacity - Oracle.com. NYSE, NASDAQ: ORCL

   
 
Your Banner Ad Here instead - Showing along with ALL Articles covering Software Announcements

Replace these Affiliate Programs at ANYTIME! Your banner here within the next hour. Learn How!


 

Supporting large database workloads used to require large numbers of high-end servers and storage arrays. Now, with Oracle’s new Exadata Database Machine X4-8, workloads that previously required dozens of racks of equipment can run dramatically faster on a single engineered system.

The Exadata Database Machine X4-8 delivers extreme compute and data throughput for large database workloads using powerful 8-socket database servers, intelligent storage, ultra-fast PCI flash cards, and unified InfiniBand connectivity.

While the Exadata Database Machine X4-8 excels at traditional database workloads such as online transaction processing (OLTP) and data warehousing, it is specifically optimized for a new generation of workloads: database as a service (DBaaS) and database in-memory. With up to 12 terabytes (TB) of DRAM memory, the Exadata Database Machine X4-8 can consolidate hundreds of databases and can run massive databases entirely in-memory.

Exadata Database Machine X4-8 has been enhanced with increased compute, memory, and communication to provide an ideal platform for customers’ most critical data-intensive operations, including data warehousing, OLTP, and big data analytics. The new engineered system is specifically optimized for DBaaS and in-memory database.

Optimized for Oracle Database In-Memory, Exadata Database Machine X4-8 supports in-memory processing with massive DRAM capacity, together with transparent data tiering to flash and disk for less performance-critical data.

Exadata Database Machine X4-8 supports Oracle Database In-Memory fault tolerance, allowing in-memory processing to continue without interruption, even when a database node fails.

Exadata Database Machine X4-8 further reduces the operational and management costs in large private and public cloud deployments of Oracle Database, enabling large-scale DBaaS or consolidation initiatives within the enterprise.

For the database compute nodes, Exadata Database Machine X4-8 uses the Intel® Xeon® E7-8895 v2, an optimized 15-core microprocessor that elastically scales frequency and number of active cores to help deliver peak workload performance.

Overall, Exadata Database Machine X4-8 provides large performance and memory increases compared to the previous generation. The hardware enhancements include:

• 50 percent more database compute cores, using the Xeon® E7 v2 15-core processors;
• Up to 6TB of memory per compute node for a total of 12TB per rack;
• 2x faster InfiniBand with a new PCIe card with all ports active;
• Nearly 2x more local disk space;
• Up to 672 TB of disk storage, and 44 TB of PCI flash per rack.

Exadata Database Machine X4-8 hardware is compatible and interoperable with previously released Oracle Exadata Database Machines, enabling customers with existing systems to easily expand with the newest system. Additionally, the new Oracle Exadata software supports previous-generation Oracle Exadata hardware systems and also supports both Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Database 11g Release 2.

Oracle designs engineered systems to reduce the cost and complexity of IT infrastructure by optimizing performance at every layer of the stack. Thousands of customers worldwide rely on Oracle Exadata to simplify data center operations, drive down costs, and accelerate business innovation.

Supporting Quotes
"Since Oracle Exadata Database Machine was introduced in 2008, Oracle has been delivering industry-leading engineered systems that help our customers attain the most value from their enterprise data,” said Juan Loaiza, Senior Vice President, Systems Technology, Oracle. “Exadata Database Machine X4-8 again raises the bar and provides an ideal platform for Oracle Database In-Memory. Together, the combination enables customers to evolve into real-time enterprises.”

“The massive influx of data and the need to respond immediately to changing business conditions require IT to take a new approach to their data infrastructure,” said Diane Bryant, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s Data Center Group. “This customized version of the Intel Xeon processor E7 v2, developed in collaboration with Oracle, helps maximize the power of the Exadata Database Machine X4-8 by elastically accelerating peak performance of database operations, while also reducing the data footprint.”

About Oracle
Oracle (oracle.com) engineers hardware and software to work together in the cloud and in your data center.

Trademarks
Oracle and Java are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

Contact: Joan Touchstone, Blanc & Otus
P: +1 415-856-5110 - E: dtouchstone[.]blancandotus.com.

 
 
Your Banner Ad Here instead - Showing along with ALL Articles covering Software Announcements

Replace these Affiliate Programs at ANYTIME! Your banner here within the next hour. Learn How!


 

Written by / Agency / Source: Oracle Corporation

 
 

Availability: All Regions (Including Int'l)

 

Traffic Booster: [/] Quick Newswire Today Visibility Checker

 

Distribution / Indexing: [+] / [Company listed above is a registered member of our network. Content made possible by PRZOOM / PRTODAY indexing services]

 
 
# # #
 
Software Warnings - IMPORTANT:
Always be aware/cautious about what you download on your computer/mobile! PURCHASE SOFTWARE related keywords / Banner Ads. Click HERE for details!
.

 
  Your Banner Ad showing on ALL
Software articles,
CATCH Visitors via Your Competitors Announcements!


New Oracle Exadata Database Machine Optimized for Large-Scale In-Memory and Database Cloud Workloads

Company website links NOT available to basic submissions
It is OK to republish and/or LINK any newswire for any legitimate media purpose as long as you name Newswire Today and LINK as the source.
 
  Is this your article?
Activate ALL web links and social stream by Upgrading to Press Release PREMIUM Plan Now!

Oracle Corporation | Exadata Database Machine
Publisher Contact: Teri Whitaker - Oracle.com 
650-506-9914 teri.whitaker[.]oracle.com
 
Newswire Today - PRZOOM / PRTODAY disclaims any content contained in this article. If you need/wish to contact the company who published the current release, you will need to contact them - NOT us. Issuers of articles are solely responsible for the accuracy of their content. Our complete disclaimer appears here.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Issuance, publication or distribution of this press release in certain jurisdictions could be subject to restrictions. The recipient of this press release is responsible for using this press release and the information herein in accordance with the applicable rules and regulations in the particular jurisdiction. This press release does not constitute an offer or an offering to acquire or subscribe for any Oracle Corporation securities in any jurisdiction including any other companies listed or named in this release.

Software via RSSAdd NewswireToday - PRZOOM Headline News to FeedBurner
Find who RetweetFollow @NewswireTODAY



Are you the owner of this article?, Turn it PREMIUM with your LOGO instead - and make it 3rd party Ads-Free! within the next hour!


Read Latest Articles From Oracle Corporation / Company Profile


Read Software Most Recent Related Newswires:

CommutAir Leverages The Weather Company, an IBM Business, to Harness the Power of Big Data from the Tarmac
Leading Independent Research Firm Cites TIBCO as a Strong Performer in Insight Platform Report
Saba Named a Leader in Learning and Performance Management
Infor Recognized as Top Retail Software Provider in 2016 RIS News LeaderBoard
IBM Debuts Blockchain Ecosystem to Help Accelerate Growth of Networks on Hyperledger Fabric
Permanent TSB to Improve Contact Centre Performance and Compliance with Noble Systems Composer Real-Time Speech Analytics
Rush Health Selects InterSystems HealthShare to Integrate Health Records, Support Value-Based Care
IBM Launches New Bluemix Services with GitHub and Slack Integration to Speed App Development in the Cloud
Yellowfin Launches Analytics Industry’s First Virtualized Integrated Data Preparation Module
TIBCO Releases TIBCO Mashery Local API Management Solution for Hybrid Gateway Deployments
Comways and Altitude Highlight Flexible Solutions at Belgium Contact Center Congress
Gruppo Campari Chooses OpenText Business Network for B2B Growth
Infor Delivers Enhanced Mobile Equipment Solution
Mentor Graphics and SiliconIndia Announce 2016 Leadership Awards for the Embedded/VLSI Industry
Korean Retailer Homeplus Optimizes Store Planning with JDA Category Management

Boost Your Social Network
& Crowdfunding Campaigns


LIFETIME SOCIAL MEDIA WALL
NewswireToday Celebrates 10 Years in Business


PREMIUM Members


Visit  Triggr & Bloom

Visit  La Bella Bakery Artisan Bakery Arizona





 
  ©2016 Newswire Today — Limelon Advertising, Co.
Home | About | Advertise/Pricing | Contact | Investors | Privacy/TOS | Sitemap | FRANCAIS
newswire, PR free press releases distribution service magazines engine news alert newsroom press room breaking news public relations articles company news alerts newswiredistribution ezine bizentrepreneur biznewstoday digital business report market search pr firms agencies reports distri-bution today investor relation successful internet entrepreneurs newswire distribution prtoday.com freenewswiredistribution asianewstoday bizwiretoday USA pr UK today - NOT affiliated with PRNewswire as we declined their partnership offer in 2013
 
PRTODAY & NewswireTODAY are NOT affiliated with USA TODAY (usatoday.com)