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ZFS Storage: All That Flash, All The Time

Back in February Oracle announced its NEW ZS5 Storage Appliance. The ZS5 Storage Appliance was designed to deliver high performance across the board for all applications. Oracle has been building the ZFS Appliance from the beginning using a powerful SMP design. This design allows all the CPU Cores in its controllers to work effortlessly. The

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Private Cloud Design: Pick the Right Brick

I guess many of you still remember good old times when your company had about three core applications, users were less than twenty, the client layer was installed on a few workstations and all this was fitting perfectly on 2 single instance databases. And then, the company grows, business gets diversified, and suddenly IT becomes

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Tales from Oracle OpenWorld 2015: Day 2 (Monday)

Oracle OpenWorld kicked off in earnest today, with over 65,000 people descending on the Moscone Center for their dose of Oracle knowledge! If you couldn’t make it in person, here are the Cintra team’s hottest topics of the day: Monday Morning Keynote: This morning’s keynote was largely in line with Larry Ellison’s presentation the previous

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ZFS Storage Appliance – ZS3 Series Update

The ZFS Storage Appliance range has long been an unsung hero in Oracle’s Engineered Systems family. The previous generation, namely the ZFS 7320 and 7420 appliances, married the popular ZFS filesystem technology long used in Solaris with an intelligent hybrid storage pool based on controller DRAM, read and write flash devices, and physical spindles, in

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