Whether your I/O-intensive Oracle databases support data warehouses, online transaction processing (OLTP) systems or real-time analytics, Violin All Flash Arrays deliver unbeatable performance that scales to hundreds of terabytes of data enabling you to run multiple, massive databases completely at the speed of memory.
Virtualization reloaded from a flash storage, software defined networking (SDN), and high-performance and Oracle database perspective. Also a place where one can learn hands-on about Oracle RDBMS on 4K native advanced format storage.
Oracle on LXC and Violin Memory Flash Arrays
Posted July 12, 2011 at 6:18 PM
Oracle on Violin Memory (Oracle Open World 2014)
Gilbert Standen of Violin Memory discusses building Oracle databases on Violin high-performance low-latency all-flash-arrays (AFAs) at Oracle OpenWorld 2014.
Posted November 27, 2014 at 11:18 AM
Building Oracle on Flash Arrays (NYOUG 2014)
This presentation will provide practical information about building Oracle on Linux using flash storage arrays to achieve 200-microsecond latency and up to 1.2 million IOPS. The presentation covers ASM and database design features needed to maximize flash storage effectiveness. Attendees will learn the basics of designing and building single-instance and RAC databases on flash storage. Basic design features necessary for flash at both the ASM and database levels are also covered. Recommendations for specific flavors of Linux including OEL, RHEL, and CentOS are discussed, as well as the differences between Linux 5 and 6.
Posted November 27, 2014 at 11:22 AM