Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Exadata Version 2


Oracle Unveils Exadata Version 2: The First Database Machine for OLTP

The Exadata Database Machine Version 2, made by Sun and Oracle, is the world’s fastest machine for both data warehousing and online transaction processing (OLTP).

Exadata Version 2 is available 4 models:
- full rack (8 database servers and 14 storage servers)
- half-rack (4 database servers and 7 storage servers)
- quarter-rack (2 database servers and 3 storage servers)
- a basic system (1 database server and 1 storage server)

http://www.oracle.com/corporate/pricing/exadata-pricelist.pdf

4 comments:

Laurent Schneider said...

And no plan for a Sparc architecture? Hmm :(

Surachart said...

me too...
No plan for sparc and we only use Intel.

;)

Martin Berger said...

Let's wait for at least 1 more year. Then we will see, if Oracle really (still) likes SPARC. I'm prety sure it was quite easy to migrate from HP-x86 to SUN-x86. But it will be harder to find a quite good balance (from speed and price!) for SPARC DB-nodes. And Which kind of SPARC? ULTRA or CMT?
Just now, there are some new features of interrest:
* Hybrid columnar compression for 10-50 times data compression
* Storage Indexes to further reduce disk I/Os
But unfortunately there is limited information about the storage-nodes. really sad.
Martin

Surachart said...

I like new feature on exadata v2, but it stills high price.

On telco, I think It's a good way.