Organizations Can Seamlessly Merge Oracle Storage Cloud Functionality and Economics with the Power of High Performance Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances
Redwood Shores, Calif.—Mar 29, 2017
· Oracle Intelligent Storage Protocol 2.0 Delivers Next Generation Automation for Oracle Database and Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance: brings new capabilities that increase Oracle Database performance, decrease manual storage tuning through automation, and simplify database storage optimization. Developed collaboratively between the Oracle Database and Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance engineering teams, it prioritizes IOs based on database hints, effectively increases online transaction processing per minute by up to 19-percent, Oracle Database RMAN backup performance by up to 33 percent, latency-sensitive control file IO performance by up to 13x, and log writer IO performance by up to 3.9x—all without database or storage administrator intervention.
· All-Flash Storage Pools Improve Application Performance: flash storage pools that boost performance for any application are now available and offer seamless scalability from 16TB to 2.4PB of capacity and over 34GB/second of throughput, regardless of access protocol. These systems accelerate database performance, deliver low latency for critical applications while reducing energy resources and needed datacenter space.
· Cloud-Scale Data Protection: Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance delivers market-leading data backup, with over 62TB per hour, and data restore, with over 60TB per hour, performance over Infiniband, Ethernet, and Fibre Channel. This latest software release extends Oracle’s leadership in data protection with innovations in data reduction and data mobility. New data reduction technology reduces the backup storage footprint by up to 9x and bandwidth demands by up to 4x with advancements in deduplication and compression. In addition, enhanced data mobility technology increases the amount of data that can be securely distributed to multiple locations by up to 2x with advancements in replication, intelligent data reduction, and remote data distribution security.