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.
This report by industry analyst International Technology Group evaluates how organisations can reduce IT costs by employing IBM Power Systems and PowerVM verses competitive offerings from HP and Sun Microsystems. Cost savings range from 43 to 65% and are based on client data.
This webcast features how Oracle systems are optimized to run Oracle software, with systems built on open standards that work with your existing infrastructure to deliver the next-generation datacenter with greater efficiency and improved overall business operations.
Read this white paper to learn how Oracle Solaris and SPARC are optimized to work with each other to improve security, drive ROI, and minimize TCO in your database environment. Also find technical descriptions of features and capabilities of Solaris that are implemented system-wide to optimize the functionality of the SPARC processor.
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.
Alinean, a leader in IT value measurement, teamed up with HP to assess the financial merits of moving from a HP-UX 11i v2 platform to HP-UX 11i v3 running on HP Integrity Servers over moving to SUN Solaris10 running on Sun Servers. Read this white paper for details.
This paper will provide best practice configuration guidelines for using latest storage and server technology (Oracle's Sun FlashFire technology storage devices along with Oracle's Sun servers) to optimize such simulation management solutions.
Oracle’s Sun Fire X2270 M2 server provides the most effective path to cloud and technical computing. They bring an enhanced next generation, small form-factor, high performance system to the datacenter. Continue reading to learn more.
Optimizing the benefits of a data grid built with Oracle Coherence relies upon creating a modular, balanced architecture. Matching the number of application servers, memory capacity, and quantity of processing nodes to the target workload characteristics is important to achieving the best performance.