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Exadata Database Machine

Oracle
Exadata Database Machine
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Oracle Exadata provides the highest-performing and most-available infrastructure for running Oracle Database, whether it’s in the Oracle Cloud, on premises, or a combination of both. Oracle Exadata architecture features a scale-out design with industry-standard servers and intelligent storage, including state-of-the-art flash technology and a high-speed InfiniBand internal fabric. This architecture provides 100 percent Oracle Database portability from on premises to Oracle Public Cloud and back.
The Exadata Database Machine uses a scale-out architecture for both database servers and storage servers. As an Exadata Database Machine grows, database CPUs, storage, and networking can be added in a balanced fashion ensuring scalability without bottlenecks. The scale-out architecture accommodates any size workload and allows seamless expansion from small to extremely large configurations while avoiding performance bottlenecks and single points of failure.
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January 01, 2014 (5 years ago)
1 year with a 4 hr web/phone response during normal business hours (Mon-Fri 8AM-5PM), with 2 business day on-site response/Parts Exchange
2 inches (") 5.08 centimeters (cm) 50.8 millimeters (mm)
17 inches (") 43.18 centimeters (cm) 431.8 millimeters (mm)
29 inches (") 73.66 centimeters (cm) 736.6 millimeters (mm)
45 pounds (lb) 20,411.64 grams (g) 720 ounce (oz)
North America (NRTL), European Union (EU), International CB Scheme, BSMI (Taiwan), C-Tick (Australia), CCC (PRC), MSIP (Korea), CU EAC (Customs Union), VCCI (Japan)
Canon Processes Data from More Than 1 Million Printers 5x Faster
Canon Processes Data from More Than 1 Million Printers 5x Faster
Canon wanted to build an infrastructure to enable IoT system to process large amounts of data received from more than 1 million multifunction printers, and support 2x anticipated growth in the number of printers connected to the IoT, and ensure migration to the IoT platform to minimize disruption to global office-products business operations, and deploy a easy-to-manage disaster recovery system to reduce the switchover time in the IoT environment.
WestJet Oracle Exadata Technical Case Study
WestJet Oracle Exadata Technical Case Study
WestJet wanted to grow Guest Self Service to 60% and implement a database platform that will provide WestJet's exceptional Guest Experience by 2016.
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