Oracle Solaris - Avnet Technology Solutions

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Avnet/Oracle ‘Apps in a Box’
Optimised Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
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Graham Scattergood
Sparc Server Product Manager
Oracle UK & Ireland, Hardware Division
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direction. It is intended for information purposes only,
and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is
not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality,
and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions.
The development, release, and timing of any features or
functionality described for Oracle’s products remains at the sole
discretion of Oracle.
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Agenda
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Optimised Solution Concept
System Building Blocks
Oracle Optimised Solution for JD Edwards
Solution Build Out
References & Benefits
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Optimised Solution Concept
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Oracle Highly Confidential
Changing Times
Inadequate IT infrastructure/systems a top challenge for 50% of
executives in 2012
5 billion mobile phones in use in 2010, same year iPad introduced
• More Users
base is their biggest concern
• More Data 44% of SMBs say growing their customer
• Greater Cost
• More
Transactions
US-style
internal employee misconduct investigations abroad may
violate local employment and data laws
• More Complexity
• Lower
Performance
A
fine
for
exporting
ITAR
controlled
items
can
be as much as
• More Hardware
$500,000 for a single violation
• More Software
many compliance
regulations: California SB1386, EU Privacy
• More So
Data
Centers
Directives, GLBA, FISAAA, HIPAA, PC DSS, Sarbanes-Oxley, PIPEDA
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Changing Times
WHAT IF
YOU COULD
CHANGE
THE MIX?
IN 2011
50%
66%
RUN
RUN
THE
THEBUSINESS
BUSINESS
25%
20%
GROW
GROW
THE
THEBUSINESS
BUSINESS
Source: “IT Metrics: IT Spending and Staffing Report, 2011”, Gartner Research, 2011
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25%
14%
TRANSFORM
TRANSFORM
THE
THEBUSINESS
BUSINESS
Hardware And Software
ENGINEERED
TO WORK TOGETHER
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Oracle Strategy: Transforming the Datacenter
DATABASE
E-BUSINESS SUITE
JD EDWARDS
E-BUSINESS SUITE
SECURE BACKUP
SIEBEL
PEOPLESOFT
Best-in-Class Products
Optimised Solutions
Engineered Systems
Value Added
Custom Deployments
Predictable, Lower Risk
Guided Deployments
Massively Simplified
Turn-key Deployments
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Oracle Optimised Solutions
Complete Solutions Addressing a Broad Range of Customer Needs
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Applications
Full Stack
Testing
Middleware
Database
OS and Virtualization
Servers
Storage
Oracle Optimised Solutions Design Goals
Oracle Software on Oracle Hardware
Goal
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Lower Costs
Business Advantage
 Lower Capital Expenses
 Lower Operational Expenses
 Pre-optimized, Pre-tested, Pre-integrated
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Lower Risk
 Automated Recovery from Failures
 Accelerate Time to Issue Resolution
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Better Performance and
Business Agility
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 Accelerate Time to Deployment
 Improve Performance for Users
Oracle Optimised Solutions
Engineered, Tested, and Proven from Apps-to-Disk
Identify
integration
opportunities
Early
development
tests
End to end functional
validation
One Engineering Team
Patch
regression
tests
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Load/stress
tests
Interoperability
tests
Fault
injection
tests
Full Stack Optimizations
Performance
and scalability
tests
Real world
workload
tests
Sizing and
configuration
optimizations
Systems Building Blocks
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Oracle Highly Confidential
The Most Complete Technology Portfolio
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Why Customers Choose SPARC Solaris
Top Reasons for Investing in Oracle SPARC Solaris Systems
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Reliability
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3
SPARC Systems have
the best uptime
Proven in application benchmarks
Performance
Roadmap
Exciting path to future
performance gains
10 of the 10
10 of the 10
10 of the 10
10 of the 10
Top Governments
Run SPARC Solaris
Top Telcos
Run SPARC Solaris
Top Banks
Run SPARC Solaris
Top Pharmas
Run SPARC Solaris
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Oracle Solaris
If it must run, it runs on Solaris
Enterprise
Market
Leader
Technology
Leader
Engineered
for Oracle
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• #1 UNIX operating system. Outshipped IBM and HP combined over the
past 5 years
• Investment Protection: Over 11,000 applications supported; Binary
Compatibility
• First Cloud OS. Fully virtualized server, storage and network
• Massively scaled data management. Advanced security for
protection
• # 1 Performance Leader for every Enterprise Application
• Single Operating System for both SPARC and x86 architectures
• Engineered, tested, deployed and managed together
* Actual Oracle Solaris Revenue vs Gartner reporting for 2010
SPARC T4 Systems
Optimised for Oracle Enterprise Software
Scales to meet all datacenter
workloads from web tier to database,
with up to 5x better single threaded
performance than prior generation
Scalable
Oracle Solaris optimized for Oracle
applications, built-in virtualization
reduces costs, simplifies deployment,
increases agility and time to value
Integrated
Wire speed encryption capabilities
without extra cost or performance
penalties for ease in meeting
compliance requirements
Secure
Faster performance for Oracle
Database and WebLogic Server,
building block for highly resilient
deployments
Optimized
End-to-End Datacenter Performance
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T-Series Servers
SPARC T4 Processor
SPARC
T4-1
One Processor
8 cores/64 threads
2.85 GHz
512GB RAM
2RU
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SPARC
T4-1B
One Processor
8 cores/64 threads
2.85 GHz
512GB RAM
Blade
SPARC
T4-2
SPARC
T4-4
Two Processors
16 cores/128 threads
2.85Ghz
1TB RAM
3RU
Four Processors
32 cores/256 threads
3.0 GHz
2TB RAM
5RU
SPARC T4 & Oracle Solaris
Twenty World Records
 Oracle Fusion Middleware & Oracle Apps
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Fusion: SPECjEnterprise
E-Business Consolidation
PeopleSoft HR/SS
JD Edwards Consolidation
Siebel PSPP
PeopleSoft FMS Batch
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Siebel Loyalty Batch
JD Edwards Online
PeopleSoft Payroll Batch
E-Business Order to Cash
SPECjvm
 Industry Applications
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Communications Activation
Communications Service Broker
BRM
Financial Modeling
 Database & Analytics
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3TB TPC-H 4-processor
Oracle Database Security TDE
Oracle OLAP
Oracle BI EE
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Leads in every area!
HCM
ERP
SCM
CRM
FMS
SRM
BI-DW
OLTP
See benchmark disclosure slide
Optimised Solution for JD Edwards
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Simplicity, Affordability, Performance
Ideal JD Edwards midsize for new deployment or upgrades
• Single server with no external
storage arrays
• Demonstrated end–to-end
performance and scalability
• Oracle is the Single point of
accountability
• Scalability, Manageability and
Portability
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Configuration diagram
Host
Windows OS
Oracle VM
Server for x86
Host
Windows OS
Oracle VM
Server for x86
VM 1
JD Edwards Deployment
Server
Host
Solaris 11 OS
Image and
Hardware
Management
Zone 1
Oracle 11gR2
Database
Zone 2
Zone 3
Oracle
WebLogic
10.3.2
JD Edwards
EnterpriseOne 9.0
Enterprise + Batch
VM 1
JD Edwards Development
Server
Oracle SPARC T4-1
Oracle X3-2
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Excellent Price Performance
• Excellent performance at low cost
– OS and Virtualization included at no cost
– JDE per user licence
• 1200 Benchmark “Day-in-the-Life”
interactive users
• 0.5 second or better response times
• Up to 8500 batch jobs/hr
• Up to 1.2TB RAID5 DB capacity
• 2 Rack Units and less than 1000Watts
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Value Propositions
Oracle’s Optimized Solution for JDEdwards EnterpriseOne
• Run Enterprise Resource Planning tasks at the same speed as IBM but at 62% the
cost, in 75% less rack space using the latest Oracle server and storage
virtualization technology yet retaining a simple path for growth.
• Increase productivity
– No need to separate UBE (batch type) and interactive (web UI) workloads, testing included
simultaneous interactive and UBE loads. Average Interactive Response times as low as 0.515
seconds with 1200 simultaneous users with up to 7100 UBEs completed per hour
– Even better response time (0.27 seconds) with light UBE loads.
– Customers don’t need to separate UBE workloads or run them out of hours
• Lower COA, TCO and increase ROI
– Requiring fewer components by using Oracle HW and included OS with free
virtualization/consolidation tools for best server and storage resource utilization
• Get into operation faster
– Simple deployment of portable virtual environments eases installation using pre-tested
best practices for tuning and configuration
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JD Edwards Runs Best on Oracle
Oracle Optimized Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
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Costs less than IBM Power 720
Takes less space than IBM Power 720
Faster than IBM Power 720
Faster time to value with fully tested
and documented best practices
See substantiation slide
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Oracle Optimised Solution JD Edwards
Better value, better performance, less costs
Acquisition Costs
Response Time
Datacenter Footprint
62% less
Up to 3.5X faster
75% less
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$60
$50
$40
$30
$20
$10
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0.8
6
Rack Units
Response time Seconds
Cost in Thousands
$80
0.6
0.4
IBM Power 720
See substantiation slide
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Oracle T4-1
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Oracle T4-1
IBM Power 720
Oracle T4-1 IBM Power 720
Solution Build Out
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Solution Build Out
• Backup Architecture
• Additional Memory & Disk Storage
• Larger Compute Capability
• Desktop
• Disaster Recovery and High Availability Cluster
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Solution Build Out
• Backup Architecture
• Full range of Oracle disk and tape backup options
• Additional Memory & Disk Storage
• T4-1 can expand to 256GB memory and external disk arrays
• Larger Compute Capability
• T Series binary compatible range from 8 cores to 128 cores (16X scale up)
• Desktop
• Oracle Secure Global Desktop
• Disaster Recovery and High Availability Cluster
• Data Guard, Log Shipping for DR
• Expanded Solution in design process for HA Cluster
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Oracle Secure Global Desktop
Accessing Enterprise applications through Oracle Secure Global Desktop will:
• Enhance your End-User Experience
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Access
Improve Performance and Reliability
Anywhere, Anytime, Any Device Access
Enable Web Access to Legacy Environments
Oracle’s default position for Oracle web-based Applications
• Reduce your Costs
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Bandwidth Conservation
Improve Security
Secure Remote Access with VPN on Demand
Zero Client Configuration
Remove Client Side Dependencies
Enable Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
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High Availability Architecture
T4-1 Server 1
T4-1 Server 2
Oracle Solaris 11
Primary Domain
Oracle Solaris 11
Primary Domain
Oracle Solaris 11
Oracle Solaris 11
WebLogic Cluster
WL Zone
WL Zone
Oracle
OracleSolaris
Solaris11
11
Oracle Solaris 11
JD Edwards Application Cluster
JDE Zone
JDE Zone
Oracle Solaris 11
Oracle Solaris 11
Oracle RAC Database 2 Node Cluster
DB Domain
DB Domain
Fibre Channel
Sun Storage
2540 M2 Fibre
Channel Array
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Logical Connectivity
SPARC T4-1 Node 2
SPARC T4-1 Node 2
SPARC T4-1
Primary Domain, 1C, 16GB
JDE_RAC_DB_Node
IO Domain
0 pub0
5C,72GB,PCI
pubipmp0
pub1
1
0 FC HBA
clust0
MPxIO
2
1
clustipmp0
clust1
3
boot-disk app-disk
}
jde_public_vsw0
NET0
Pub/Priv Network Switch 1NET0
{
jde_public_vsw1
NET1
NET1
{
jde_cluster_vsw0
NET2
Pub/Priv Network Switch 2NET2
jde_cluster_vsw0
jde_cluster_vsw1
NET3
NET3
jde_cluster_vsw1
jde_public_vsw0
pub0
jde_public_vsw1
pub1
clust0
clust1
0
1
2
}
}
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SPARC T4-1
Primary Domain,1C,16GB
JDE_RAC_DB_Node
IO Domain
pubipmp0 5C,72GB,PCI
FC HBA
0
MPxIO
1
clustipmp0
{
app-disk
boot-disk
jde_vds
disk1
disk0
Local ZFS Pool
RAID 5
disk3
(3 disks+Hotdisk2
spare)
jde_vds
disk1
disk0
Local ZFS Pool
RAID 5
(3disk2
disks+Hot disk3
spare)
Sun Storage 2540M2
Array
JDE_GZ_Node
boot-disk
IO Domain
2C, 32GB,PCI
pubipmp0
FC HBA
0
MPxIO
net2
1
net3
{
}
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0 pub0
pub1
1
clust0
2
clust1
3
pub0
pub1
clust0
Fibre Channel Switch1
Fibre Channel Switch
clust1
JDE_GZ_Node
IO Domain
pubipmp0 2C, 32GB,PCI
FC HBA 0
MPxIO
net2
1
net3
boot-disk
0
1
2
3
}
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Looking complex ?
The complexity is fully documented and proven
• Optimised solutions deliver a full Bill of Materials and Deployment
guide detailing every step of the configuration
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Initial hardware configuration
Onboard local disk HBA RAID configurations
Firmware update procedures
Solaris 11.1 OS installation, patching and configuration
Networking configuration
Shared Storage configuration using Storage Common Array Manager 6.9
OVM for SPARC 2.2+ domains configuration, installation and patching
• Oracle RAC DB installation and config using Oracle Clusterware and ASM
Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.1 installation
• Oracle Solaris Cluster for Zone Clustering
JD Edwards Deployemnt Server setup and configuration
JDE, WebLogic and Database Tuning and configurations for best performance/resilience
Testing scenarios, both performance, functionality and resilience to failures
Recovery procedures
Etc….
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References & Benefits
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Customer reference…Multotec (Pty) Ltd
“With the Oracle Optimized Solution for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne,
we reduced typical Sales Update processing times by 5x and cut
General Ledger restatement processing nearly in half. We also
reduced deployment risk and time, and lowered acquisition cost by 73
percent compared to our previous solution.”
Renier van Rooyen
Enterprise Architecture Manager
Multotec (Pty) Ltd.
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“Once you see the difference how Oracle has
engineered the systems specifically for JD Edwards
Applications it was a clear and easy choice to go with
SPARC T4 and Solaris. iXtend will have the fastest
most reliable hosted cloud solution on the planet for
JD Edwards thanks to Oracle.”
Darian Anderson, CEO
iXtend Inc. | JD Edwards SaaS Partner
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Conclusions
• Using Oracle SPARC server technology and careful data positioning
greatly enhances the solution performance
– Enabling single server integrated deployments
• Careful measurement of system metrics allows accurate tuning
• Acquisition and Operational costs are reduced by combining
optimisation with tuning
– Single server deployments provide multi-dimensional savings
• Power savings
• Effectively zero storage footprint
• Reduced data center power, cooling and administrative requirements
• Consolidation of multiple workloads to a single server with
headroom to grow
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Benefits
• Considerable cost savings are offered through the Optimised
use of the Oracle hardware and Software
• Licensing offerings such as Oracle Technology Foundation
For JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
• Savings provided by the low cost of entry and the possibility of
further server consolidation provide additional savings or
utilisation options to the customer compared to competitive
offerings
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prices
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