To support the execution of multiple workloads without starving applications of vital compute resources, a virtualization platform needs to offer high compute performance, a large memory footprint, and superior I/O expansion capabilities. Read on to learn how Oracle’s Sun Fire X4470 server is an ideal mission-critical virtualization platform.
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Read this presentation transcript to learn how batch tuning can enable your organization to reduce required computing resources and save valuable run-time, ultimately saving money for the enterprise. Gain insight into common problems data center pros run into when implementing batch tuning, and explore tools to overcome these challenges.
View this E-Book to discover why Oracle's SPARC T3 servers represent the next wave of innovation for mission-critical computing and are a logical next step for dealing with today’s most critical data center challenges.
This paper will provide a brief background on instruction set architecture (ISA) and review new instructions, including SSE4 vectoring compiler and media accelerators, SSE4 efficient accelerated string and text processing, and Application T...
As part of an effort to address security concerns, Intel IT evaluated Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT), a new security technology in Intel® processors. Intel TXT is a foundation technology that can be applied to enhance security in multiple usage models. Read this white paper to learn more.
Read this white paper for an analysis of early testing for Intel vPro processor technology in IT departments. See real-world examples of how Intel vPro technology improves security due to the hardware based capabilities not possible with software a...
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.