Oracle introduces Exadata X10M to ensure a 22% increase in its storage servers

Oracle has recently announced the entry into the market of its latest generation of platforms Oracle Exadata; the X10M. It is the first generation based on the processors of AMD EPYC server to ensure a significant increase in the transaction and analytics performance. The first update has been hardware designed.

Oracle Exadata X10M maintains the same price as the previous generation, although with the plus that they support higher levels of database consolidation and offer a higher value than previous generations. This twelfth generation is true to Oracle’s strategy of providing customers with extreme scale, performance, and value across premises and in the cloud. Now they can also run Oracle Autonomous Database to reduce costs and offer a pay per useremoving all database and infrastructure administration.

Available in Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer and in Oracle Exadata Database Machinethe new Exadata X10M platforms incorporate 4th generation AMD EPYC processors, with 96 cores per socket. It is, therefore, a balanced configuration that guarantees linear scalability and improved energy efficiency in database workloads.

Exadata X10M platforms offer a up to three times higher transaction performance, and in analytical queries up to 3.6 times more, than other platforms. Exadata X10M High Capacity Storage Servers they house a 22% more datawhile all-flash storage servers provide 2.4 times more capacity than previous systems.

In terms of savings, it is achieved up to 50% more memory capacityguaranteeing the execution of more databases on the same system and at the same price as the previous generation.

Everything that involves the incorporation of Exadata X10M

In the same way, the combination of competitive prices with better performance and storage and memory capacity, achieves reduce costs for all database workloads. Thus, the compute and storage density of Exadata X10M platforms can reduce the size of systems customers need to meet their needs, lower data center costs for power, cooling, and space, and fully improve sustainability. .

Enterprises extend their Exadata X10M infrastructure with individual database or storage serversadapting its configurations based on the immediate needs that arise, also offering the possibility of expanding them in the future if necessary and the needs vary considerably.

It must be taken into account that technology Oracle Real Application Clusters enables planned scaling and maintenance with online databases, both in mission-critical online transaction processing (OLTP) and data warehousing workloads.

Exata X10M improvement including Exadata X9M for 4th generation AMD Epyc processorsno. This new hardware and software platform avoids Intel Xeon 8358 2×32 core 2.6GHz processors. Exadata can now be provisioned through azureTherefore, it guarantees a strong threat to its main competitors.

Because Oracle can be provisioned from Azure, it’s easier to get the database from Microsoft. One of the companies faithful to Exadata and that adds to the modernization of its IT infrastructures with Oracle Exadata X10M is the online payment platform PayPal.

Cloud Automation in Enterprise Data Centers

Thanks to the application of Oracle Exadta Cloud@Customer Oracle’s distributed cloud strategy is ensured and customers are given the benefits of the cloud with greater control over data location and authority. It is presented as the only platform capable of executing both Oracle Autonomous Database as Oracle Exadata Database Service in customer data centers.

Oracle Autonomous Database automates routine manual data management tasks such as patching and provisioning, being able to automatically scale consumption as workloads change. In this way, faced with a variation in demand, organizations can execute them more quickly and reduce their costs. Customers are thus able to avoid overprovisioning of resources and pay exclusively for your actual consumption

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