Oracle Boosts Data Storage With Exadata X3
Storage Company, Oracle, has launched its Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine, With the purpose of boosting Storage mechanism across the globe.
Specifically, the Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine is a key component of the Oracle Cloud.
Speaking at the Oracle OpenWorld conference in SanFrancisco, USA, Oracle’s Chief Executive Officer, Larry Ellison informed that Oracle Exadata X3-2 Database In-Memory Machine and Oracle Exadata X3-8 Database In-Memory Machine can store up to hundreds of Terabytes of compressed user Data in Flash and RAM memory, virtually eliminating the performance overhead of reads and writes to slow disk drives, making Exadata X3 systems the ideal database platforms for the varied and unpredictable workloads of cloud computing.
Ellison said to realize the highest performance at the lowest cost, the Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine implements a mass memory hierarchy that automatically moves all active Data into Flash and RAM memory, while keeping less active Data on low-cost disks.
“With a new Eighth-Rack configuration, the Oracle Exadata X3-2 Database In-Memory Machine delivers a cost-effective entry point for smaller workloads, testing, development and disaster recovery systems, and is a fully redundant system that can be used With mission critical applications.
“Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machines use a combination of scale-out servers and storage, InfiniBand networking, smart storage, PCI Flash, smart memory caching, and Hybrid Columnar Compression to deliver extreme performance and availability for all Oracle Database Workloads”, he stated.
He explained that Oracle Exadata X3 Database In-Memory Machine systems leverage next-generation technologies to deliver significant performance enhancements, including: four times the Flash memory capacity of the previous generation; With up to 40 percent faster response times and 100 GB/second Data scan rates.
Ellission added that With Exadata’s unique Hybrid Columnar Compression capabilities, hundreds of Terabytes of user Data can now be managed entirely within Flash; adding that 20 times more capacity for database writes through updated Exadata Smart Flash Cache software.
According to him, the new Exadata Smart Flash Cache software also runs on previous generation Exadata systems, increasing their capacity for writes tenfold; 33 percent more database CPU cores in the Oracle Exadata X3-2 Database In-Memory Machine.
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