Oracle’s Sun SPARC Enterprise servers are designed specifically as general-purpose application, database, data warehousing, and consolidation servers. They are especially suited to address the needs of enterprise datacenters, with a goal of increasing performance and flexibility while consolidating systems to reduce datacenter costs and complexity.
Oracle’s Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 server provides a combination of freely available and no-cost virtualization technologies, excellent reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) ratings, very high performance hardware, and significant data center efficiency gains.
This Sun BluePrints™ article explains the process of moving an SAP environment from one system to another, and describes the resources and services available from Sun to assist users planning a migration.
Oracle’s Sun Blade 6000 Modular System was designed from the ground up to deliver far greater efficiency than a corresponding set of rack-mount servers. That’s part of the equation that is making IT organizations everywhere consider blade systems as part of their strategy in battling the space, power, and cooling crunch.
Recognizing the need for easy-to-manage, eco-friendly, and scalable storage
solutions that deliver exceptional business value, Sun created the Sun™ Storage 7000 Unified Storage Systems. These systems incorporate an open-systems approach that selects superior general-purpose servers and storage components.
This document is intended as a technical guide for developers and system administrators that want to understand the precise details of how Oracle Solaris and Oracle’s Sun x86 systems using Intel Xeon processor 5600 and 7500 series can improve your enterprise application solution environment.
This case study illustrates how Sun World International, a mid-sized grower in California, shifted its competitive strategy to capitalize on analytics and gain real-time insight into the competitive market. Learn how it gained a 5% reduction in harvesting costs, a 20% reduction in fuel usage and an eight-fold increase in profit per acre.
This white paper, intended for executives and managers, describes how Oracle's Sun servers—equipped with flash-enabled solid-state drives (SSDs)—offer dramatic improvements to high-performance computing (HPC), Web 2.0, and datacenter application performance.
Exadata Smart Flash Cache is the fundamental technology of the Sun Oracle Database Machine Full Rack that enables the processing of up to 1 million random I/O operations per second (IOPS), and the scanning of data within Exadata storage at up to 50 GB/second. Read this paper for more.
Oracle’s Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 server provides a combination of freely available and no-cost virtualization technologies, excellent reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) ratings, very high performance hardware, and significant data center efficiency gains. Continue reading to learn more.