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Database Consolidation
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Database Consolidation Demo

Learn how consolidating databases can save on capital and reduce operational budgets. See the tools and learn about best practices for consolidating databases. See the advantages of consolidating onto an engineered system such as Oracle Exadata, SPARC SuperCluster or Oracle Database Appliance

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Database Consolidation Demo Sections


Overview of Database Clouds Consolidation Architectures Essential Technologies Database Cloud Sessions

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NIST Definition of Cloud Computing


Cloud computing is a model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications, and services) that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction. This cloud model is composed of: 3 Service Models 5 Essential Characteristics On-demand self-service SaaS Resource pooling PaaS Rapid elasticity IaaS
Measured service Broad network access
Source: NIST Definition of Cloud Computing v15

4 Deployment Models Public Cloud Private Cloud Community Cloud Hybrid Cloud

Journey to Cloud
Enterprise Cloud Service Delivery Consolidation IT Silos . Standardized Technology

Unified Agile Efficient Complex Simple

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Legacy Deployments - Complex

Heterogeneous Hard to manage and govern Per-project deployments Slow to deploy and change Low utilization, high costs

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Private Database Cloud - Simple


Key Goals

Reduce variety and and complexity Standardize at all levels Reduce risk
How to do it Fewest possible products, versions, vendors Modular configurations Pre-defined placement policies Pre-defined database options Plan for expansion and exceptions

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Private Database Cloud Efficient


Key Goals Reduce resources and environments Maximize utilization

How to do it
Provision as little as possible Share as much as possible Consolidate as much as possible Pre-defined co-location and fullness policies Isolate only as needed

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Private Database Cloud Agile


Key Goals Rapid deployment and provisioning Fewer manual processes Online IT management How to do it
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Modular, pre-built components Dynamic footprint (e.g., QoS Management) Rolling upgrades Self-service Metering and Chargeback

Private Database Cloud Unified


Key Goals
Pay-as-you-go (utility model) Location independence Unbounded How to do it Geographic distribution and load balance Hybrid Cloud

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Journey to Cloud
Siloed
Value

Standardize
Simplification

Consolidate
Cost savings Floor space

Service Delivery
Agility Self-Service Online management Automation

Cloud
Pay-as-you-go Location independence Unified Service Delivery

Capabilities

Custom deployment
Multiple OS Multiple Vendors Multiple DB versions Multiple patch levels Custom config Custom SLAs Dedicated Size, deploy to need Low utilization

Standard deployment
Standard OS Limited Vendors Std DB version Std patch levels Std config Std SLAs Standard H/W Fix deployment pools Pre-deployed

Capabilities
Dynamic Resources IT Provisioning Manual placement Fixed rate chargeback Static Pools

Capabilities
Dynamic Footprint Online Upgrades Live Migration Self-Service Provisioning Policy placement Metering and Chargeback Quarantine Dynamic Pools

Capabilities
Site Load Balance Policy Site placement Geo Live migration Cloud Bursting Hybrid Cloud Public Cloud Dynamic Pools Unlimited capacity Active everywhere

Standard H/W Good Utilization

Standard H/W High Utilization

Standard H/W High Utilization

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Database Consolidation foundation for Private Database Clouds

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Infrastructure Cloud
Server Consolidation VM-based provisioning
Reasons for adoption
Simple to implement Strong Isolation Mixed workloads Legacy support

HR

CRM

ERP

Drawbacks
Non-standardized Lower consolidation density Lower ROI Performance (latency) Managing sprawl Not suitable for all deployments

DB
OS

DB
OS

DB
OS

Hypervisor

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Private Database Cloud


Database Consolidation Provision Database
Reasons for adoption
Consolidation density Good ROI Native performance No application validation required

HR

ERP

CRM

DB
Considerations
OS standardization Isolation

DB

DB OS

OS

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Private Database Cloud


Schema Consolidation Provision Schema
Reasons for adoption
Most efficient Extremely fast provisioning Best ROI Performance Smallest footprint

HR

ERP

CRM

DB

Considerations
Application validation required OS and DB standardization Isolation

OS

OS

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Essential Technologies for Database Consolidation

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Database Cloud Technologies


Self-Service provisioning Consolidation Planning Oracle EM 12c Metering and Chargeback OneCommand Rapid Deployment Oracle Exadata Flex-Pools Smart Scans and Flash Cache Hybrid Columnar Compression Oracle Database 11g InfiniBand support Quality of Service Management I/O resource management Server Pools Oracle Database 10g Instance caging Database Vault, Audit Vault Automatic Storage Management Dynamic Database Services Real Application Clusters Database Services Oracle9i Database DB Resource Management

Continuous Oracle innovation

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Engineered Systems

for Database Consolidation

Exadata Database Machine

Exalogic Elastic Cloud

Database Appliance

Exalytics

Big Data Appliance

SPARC SuperCluster

Expedited time to value Easier to manage and upgrade Lower cost of ownership

Reduced change management risk One-stop support Extreme performance

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Oracle Engineered Systems


Optimal platforms for Database Clouds Highly standardized same for all customers Pre-built to run Oracle databases Easy to deploy Extreme consolidation of all workloads Extreme scalability Special built-in features
IORM and QoS Management (Exadata systems, SSC) Balanced configurations (ODA)

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Oracle Database Quality of Service Management


- Assure predictable performance for consolidated applications

Dynamically trade-off resources to meet SLAs

Easily managed through taskbased integration in EM Cloud Control


Reduce IT costs by optimizing resource use

Fully realize the value of database cloud consolidation

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Database Cloud sessions at OOW 2012

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To Learn More: Monday Database Cloud Sessions

SESSION
Building and Managing a Private Oracle Database Cloud Choosing the Oracle Engineered System to host your Database Cloud Best Practices with Oracle Exadata for Database Consolidation Oracle Enterprise Manager DBaaS: Database, Schema, or Terabytes of Data in Minutes Database Consolidation Demystified: Plan, Test, and Consolidate

TIME
3:15 4:45 4:45

ROOM
Moscone S. RM 103 Moscone S. RM 301 Moscone W. RM 3022

4:45

Moscone W. RM 3018

4:45

Moscone W. RM 3020

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To Learn More: Tuesday Database Cloud Sessions

SESSION
Best practices for Database Consolidation in Private Database Clouds (with Savvis)
Garmins Migration of Critical Databases to a Consolidated Oracle Exadata Environment Using Oracle Enterprise Manager to Manage Your Own Private Cloud Consolidating Databases with the Latest Generation of Database Technology

TIME
10:15 11:45 11:45 1:15

ROOM
Moscone S. RM 102 Moscone W. RM 3016 Moscone S. RM 103 Moscone S. RM 104

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To Learn More: Wednesday Database Cloud Sessions

SESSION
Using Resource Manager for Oracle Database Consolidation

TIME
11:45

ROOM
Moscone S. RM 300

Database as a Service with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

11:45

Moscone W. RM 3020

Best practices for implementing Oracle Database as a Service with Sabre Application Deployment and Consolidation Best Practices on Oracle Exadata

11:45
1:15

Moscone S. RM 301
Moscone S. RM 104

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Database Consolidation Demo Sections


Overview of Database Clouds Consolidation Architectures Essential Technologies Database Cloud Sessions

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