http://www.techgig.com/expert-speak/Oracle-MAA-Best-Practices-for-Oracle-Exadata-540 The integration of Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) operational and configuration best practices with Oracle Exadata Database Machine (Exadata MAA) provides the most comprehensive high availability solution available for the Oracle Database. Exadata MAA is a very mature and is pre-optimized, pre-configured, integrated system of software, servers, storage and MAA configuration best practices that comes ready-built to implement the highest database and application availability and performance. Many extremely mission critical applications in various industries including top financial companies, telecoms and web customers run and rely on Exadata MAA today.
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http://www.kpipartners.com/watch-extreme-analytics-whats-new-with-oracle-exalytics-x3-4-t5-8 ... Analytics is all about gaining insights from data for better decision making. A recent study by Harvard Business Review cited that top performing organizations use analytics five times more than low performers. However, the vision of delivering fast, interactive, insightful analytics has remained elusive for most organizations. Most enterprise analytics solutions require dealing with a number of hardware, software, storage and networking vendors, and precious resources are wasted integrating the hardware and software components to deliver a complete analytical solution. A high-performance business intelligence system also requires fast connectivity to data warehouses, operational systems and other data sources. Oracle Exalytics is an optimized engineered system to provide the highest levels of performance for business intelligence (BI) and enterprise performance management (EPM) applications such as Oracle Business Intelligence, Endeca, and Essbase. Join team members from Oracle and KPI Partners for this virtual event that examines new releases of the leading engineered system for enterprise analytics: Exalytics X3-4 & T5-8. Guests: Adam Driver, VP, Oracle Gurbeena Sahi, Director, Oracle
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InfiniBand is a computer network communications link used in high-performance computing featuring very high throughput. It is used for data interconnect both among and within computers. As of 2014 it is the most commonly used interconnect in supercomputers. InfiniBand host bus adapters and network switches are manufactured by Mellanox and Intel. Mellanox IB cards are available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Windows, HP-UX, VMware ESX. It is designed to be scalable and uses a switched fabric network topology. As an interconnect, IB competes with Ethernet and proprietary technologies such as Cray's. In networking, IB competes with Gigabit Ethernet, 10-gigabit Ethernet, and 100 Gigabit Ethernet. IB is not used for direct-attached storage. The technology is promoted by the InfiniBand Trade Association. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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