•"Oracle SuperCluster T5-8 runs Oracle Database and Oracle WebLogic up to 10x faster than systems pieced together by costly integration projects," said John Fowler, executive vice president, Systems, Oracle. "The benefits of this virtualized system extend to any application that uses Oracle Database and Oracle WebLogic today, without changes, making this the world's best enterprise mission critical consolidation platform. Oracle SuperCluster T5-8 can be applied with equal ease to problems of tremendous scale, or to transformative consolidation with impressive economics."
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Oracle SuperCluster is Oracle's fastest engineered system. Oracle SuperCluster combines Oracle's SPARC T5-8 servers running Oracle Solaris 11 with the database optimization of Oracle Exadata Database Machines, the accelerated processing of Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software, the high throughput and availability of Oracle's Sun ZFS Storage Appliance, and unified systems management of Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c. It is pre-tested and optimized to run Oracle Database, Java and enterprise applications unchanged while accelerating database and Java performance by up to 10x compared to a build-it-yourself configuration. Part of Oracle's Engineered Systems family, Oracle SuperCluster demonstrates Oracle's unique ability to innovate and optimize at every layer of technology to simplify data center operations, drive down costs, and accelerate business innovation.
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(1) Comparison of IBM Power 780 16 chips, 128 cores, 3.72 GHz Power 7+ 2 TB memory system, DS8870 28.8TB HDD and 6.4TB Flash storage, V7000 60TB HDD and 4TB Flash storage (Total List $6.1M) to comparably performing Oracle SuperCluster T5-8 half rack high performance storage configuration 8 chips, 128 cores, 3.6 GHz SPARC T5, 88.8 TB HDD storage, 10.6 TB Flash storage. ($595K). 10x price/performance advantage
(2) Oracle SuperCluster T5-8 full rack configuration.
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