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NetApp 3270C and ZFS 7420C
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Strengths
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  1. 1. <Insert Picture Here> Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Exa-Backup Download this slide http://ouo.io/ZHR9Z3
  2. 2. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Agenda • Solution Overview: Exa-Backup • Business Drivers, Target Markets and Customers • Value Proposition / Key Messages • Spotting, Qualifying and Sizing Opportunities • Competition • Architectural Considerations • Customer Win Examples • Resources
  3. 3. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY BU&R Exadata RMAN backups Exadata Database Machine Exadata Expansion Tape Library ZFS Storage Appliance
  4. 4. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Agenda • Solution Overview: Exa-Backup • Business Drivers, Target Markets and Customers • Value Proposition • Spotting, Qualifying and Sizing Opportunities • Competition • Architectural Considerations • Customer Win Examples • Resources
  5. 5. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Exa-Backup Business Drivers Data protection concerns that keep customers awake at night • Data loss exposure - ESG 2008 estimates that 1 in7 (14%) backups and 1 in 6 (17%) restores fail. • Meeting SLA's: shrinking backup windows; slow recovery processes • Reducing costs (CAPEX, OPEX) and improving staff efficiency • Complexity of BU&R process and the storage environment • Data growth that is compounding year over year
  6. 6. • Account Control / Trusted Advisor - Competition from vendors such as EMC/Data Domain, and NetApp is very real and competes against both Oracle HW and SW offerings. - Competitors must sell data services to add value to their hardware: replication, compression, dedupe, encryption, etc. - These data services compete directly with GoldenGate, Advanced Data Guard, Advanced Compression, SecureFiles, and Advanced Security Opportunity for Oracle Benefits to the Oracle Team + = More Comp for Everyone!
  7. 7. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Agenda • Solution Overview: Exa-Backup • Business Drivers, Target Markets and Customers • Value Proposition • Spotting, Qualifying and Sizing Opportunities • Competition • Architectural Considerations • Customer Win Examples • Resources
  8. 8. Exa-Backup Value Prop Savings • Leverage included toolset for capacity reduction • Reduce/eliminate media manager licensing costs connecting directly Simplicity •Native InfiniBand simplifies implementation •Stay with current BU&R best practices – don’t change Speed Backup and recovery throughputs up to 3x that of the competition help to reduce risk
  9. 9. 9 Exa-Backup Value Prop Simplicity • Implementation – Already tested, validated, and supported together – Integrated InfiniBand simplifies implementation • Consistent with data center policy/best practices – DD needs full BU’s to reach 6.3:1 dedupe ratio • Effectively an “incrementals forever” strategy • Full BU’s unnecessarily burden the network • RMAN incremental only backs up changed blocks
  10. 10. 10 ZFS STORAGE APPLIANCE Sun ZFS Storage Appliances Independent Study Confirms Simplified Management Source: Edison Group Comparative Management Costs Study, 2010. Faster to provision new storage Faster in administrative tasks Faster to monitor and troubleshoot issues 36%36% 31%
  11. 11. Exa-Backup Value Prop Speed & Reduced Risk Data Protection is all about reducing risk • According to ESG 2008, 1 in 6 (17%) of restores fail. This can be attributed, in large part, to lengthy recoveries requiring several “shifts” to complete. • ZFS 7420C has recovery throughput to effectively accommodate recoveries in as little as 5 hours for DB’s up to 35TB • Optimize system availability with predictive self-healing features and a Fault Management Architecture that automatically detects and diagnoses underlying problems • Achieve greater data protection with integrated fault management, and end-to-end data checksumming that automatically checks and repairs corrupted data down to the bit level DRAFT – Oracle Confidential – Internal ONLY
  12. 12. 12 Exa-Backup Value Prop Speed • Exadata for the most demanding RPO/RTO – Backup up to 18TB/hr (full rack), 20-50TB/hr for incrementals – Restore 18-24 TB/hr (full rack) • ZFS Storage Appliance Beats NetApp and EMC Data Domain! – Over 3x the backup throughput of NetApp FAS3170C – Up to 2x the restore throughput of NetApp – Over 3x the backup throughput of Data Domain 880 – Over 4x the restore throughput of DD • T10000C Beats IBM! – 25% greater capacity, 33% lower TCO, and 50% less floor space than IBM TS1140
  13. 13. 13 Exa-Backup Value Prop Savings • ZFS Storage Appliance provides the only direct connect IB connection to Exadata! – Save up to $300k in disk-based license/support – Leverages Exadata's internally managed InfiniBand network • No network upgrade required • More cost effective than 10GbE • Space – EHCC (10-15x) – Advanced Compression (2-4x) – ZFS compression (2-10x) – Any of the above provide more space savings than dedupe as included tools of either Exadata or ZFSSA.
  14. 14. 14 Savings: Cash Flows And Metrics NetApp 3270C and ZFS 7420C •Save nearly $250,000 in 3 years over implementing a NetApp 3270C BU&R offering – need 2 to match restore throughput of ZFSSA •Discounting - NetApp: HW: 50%, Service: 20% (no software) - ZFSSA: HW: 30%, Service: 0% •NetApp TCO is over 200% that of ZFSSA 7420C Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY Solution Cost Summary Investment Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Total Total FAS3270 Cash Flow 342,840 43,078 45,658 47,471 479,047 Total ZFS7420C Cash Flow 148,292 27,413 28,259 28,373 232,337 Net Savings 194,548 15,665 17,399 19,098 246,710 Cumulative Net Savings 194,548 210,213 227,612 246,710
  15. 15. 15 Savings: Cash Flows And Metrics DD890 and ZFS 7420C •Need 4 DD890’s to match recovery throughput of 7420C •Save over $2,000,000 in 3 years over implementing a Data Domain BU&R offering (4 DD890’s) •Discounting - Data Domain: HW: 50%, SW: 50%, Service: 0% - ZFSSA: HW: 30%, Service: 0% •DD890 offering TCO is over 10X that of ZFSSA 7420C Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY Solution Cost Summary Investment Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Total Total Data Domain Cash Flow 1,699,788 153,662 215,581 224,099 2,293,130 Total ZFS7420C Cash Flow 148,292 27,413 28,259 28,373 232,337 Net Savings 1,551,496 126,249 187,322 195,726 2,060,793 Cumulative Net Savings 1,551,496 1,677,745 1,865,067 2,060,793
  16. 16. ExaBackup Competing Against EMC Data Domain and NetApp $- $50,000 $100,000 $150,000 $200,000 $250,000 $300,000 $/TB/hr Based on TCO over 3 years and recovery throughput Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY
  17. 17. Savings: Cash Flows And Metrics TS3500 vs. SL3000 1PB •SL3000 (1 T10000C), TS3500 (2 LTO5), 1:1 compression •Discounting - IBM: HW: 55%, SW: 55%, Service: 55% - Oracle: HW: 55%, Service: 0% •TS3500 offering TCO is nearly 85% more that of SL3000 Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY Solution Cost Summary Investment Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Total IBM TS3500 Cash Flow 150,533 25,980 88,898 108,519 169,924 209,950 753,804 Total Oracle SL3000 Cash Flow 100,933 12,072 54,109 50,762 84,846 106,559 409,281 Net Savings 49,600 13,908 34,789 57,757 85,078 103,391 344,523 Cumulative Net Savings 49,600 63,508 98,297 156,054 241,132 344,523
  18. 18. Savings: Cash Flows And Metrics TS3500 vs. SL8500 10PB •SL8500 (10 T10000C), TS3500 (17 LTO5), 1:1 compression •Discounting - IBM: HW: 60%, SW: 60%, Service: 60% - ZFSSA: HW: 60%, Software: 60% Service: 0% •TS3500 offering TCO is over $2M more than SL8500 Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY Solution Cost Summary Investment Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Total IBM TS3500 Cash Flow 947,477 120,552 601,353 825,656 1,184,001 1,660,665 5,339,704 Total SL8500 Cash Flow 768,600 50,976 346,146 471,871 648,495 905,874 3,191,962 Net Savings 178,877 69,576 255,207 353,785 535,506 754,791 2,147,742 Cumulative Net Savings 178,877 248,453 503,660 857,445 1,392,951 2,147,742
  19. 19. Entry Midrange Large Enterprise Oracle IBM TS3500 TS3310 TS3100 / TS3200 SL8500 SL3000 SL500 SL24/48 Oracle Tape Library Portfolio vs. IBM SL24 / 48 TS3100 / TS3200 Max Slots 24 / 48 24 / 48 Max Drives 1FH / 2FH 2HH / 4HH 1FH / 2FH 2HH / 4HH SL500 TS3310 Max Slots 575 401 Max Drives 18 18 SL3000 TS3500 Max Slots 5,925 20,000 (LTO) Max Drives 56 192 SL8500 TS3500 Max Slots 100,000 300,000 (LTO) Max Drives 640 2,700 Oracle SL8500 Advantages Scalability #1 in Factory-out Market Share for >1,000 slot tape libraries Performance 2.4x faster robotic performance Up to 40x more parallel robotic operations Over 5x faster throughput* Availability Only vendor with redundant and non- disruptive robotics and electronics Eco-Savings Save up to 5x on floor space* 2x power savings* Advantage with T10000C
  20. 20. SL8500 Comparison Summary Benefit Feature StorageTek SL8500 IBM TS3500 Manage Growth Scalability 100,000 Slots 640 Drives 300,000 LTO 225,000 Enterprise 2,700 Drives Non-Disruptive Growth including Connecting Libraries  X Capacity on Demand  X Limited to Base, HD Frames Robotic Performance (6,000 slots) 900 EPH 600 EPH Reduce Costs Seamless Mixed Media  X Dedicated Frames Library Power Consumption (64 drive slots – max continuous watts) 320 735 Floor Space (6,000 slots) 140.6 Sq Ft 201.2 Sq Ft (All HD Frames) Max Density (20 PB) 174.8 TB/Sq Ft 52.8 TB/Sq Ft Increase Availability Redundant and Hot- swappable Library Electronics  X Non-disruptive Redundant Robotics  X Service requires downtime Quad-Redundant and Hot-Swappable  X
  21. 21. • RealTime Growth: add capacity and/or performance without disruption by hot-attaching pass-through ports to connect libraries • Capacity on Demand: 250 / 500 slot increments vs. TS3500 in base/HD frame • Mixed Media: TS3500 requires dedicated frames to each media type MANAGE GROWTH • Any Cartridge Any Slot Technology: seamless mixed media and drive support • Partitioning: TS3500 does not allow mixed media • Power: fewer AC drops, up to 3x savings • Floor Space: up to 2x savings • Up to 2.4x faster robotic performance REDUCE COSTS MINIMIZE RISK SL8500 Key Advantages over IBM T3500 TS3500 64 – 20,087 LTO / Lib 58 – 15,260 Ent / Lib 1 - 192 Tape Drives Connect up to 15 libraries Up to 224 I/E Slots) Oracle Differentiator SL8500 1448 - 100,000 Slots 1 - 640 Tape Drives 39 to 78 CAP Slots / library up to 780 in complex • Non-Disruptive Redundant Robotics & Electronics: includes servicing non- disruptively • Control Path: TS3500 has no dedicated control path • Cartridge handling: grab & lift vs. hook & drag (less wear on cartridges) • OKM Encryption: more robust enterprise-class solution
  22. 22. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Agenda • Solution Overview: ZFS Storage Appliance for BU&R of Exadata • Business Drivers, Target Markets and Customers • Value Proposition • Spotting, Qualifying and Sizing Opportunities • Competition • Architectural Considerations • Customer Win Examples • Resources
  23. 23. ExaBackup Spotting Opportunities Horizontal Issues Vertical Industries Primary Opportunities  Recent failed backup and/or restore  Not meeting SLA for backup and restore (can't backup or restore within given timeframe).  Existing solution is too complex  Financial Services  Telco  Healthcare  Manufacturing  Government Secondary Opportunities  Catalyst event: datacenter refresh, consolidation, new app deployment or upgrade, server virtualization  Tape replacement initiative  Pending license renewal for 3rd party BU&R application Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY
  24. 24. ExaBackup Exploratory Questions • How many DB’s are hosted on your Exadata(s)? • What are their sizes? • Do they all have the same RTO (Recovery Time Objective)? If not, which have more/less stringent RTO’s? • Are you achieving this RTO now? • How are long term storage/retention objectives met? Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY
  25. 25. ExaBackup Maximizing Revenue Opportunities Core Feature these products for BU&R; use as wedge for add-on business Extend Upsell BU&R deals with these products Comprehensive Creatively leverage additional revenue outside of BU&R ZFS 7420C* plus Premier support Migration services Educational services Capacity Upgrades Database version support: Standby, Development, Q/A Test, Reporting, Training, etc. Backup support for DB-related apps: Email, ERP, CRM, SCM, DSS, Virtualization etc. ACS implementation services * Utilize the ZFSSA simulator for a winning demonstrations of unique system capabilities. Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY
  26. 26. Optional Management Services Backup and Restore Services • Designed to address your need for data protection • A minimum 95% success rate for backups and a 99% success rate for restores, giving you confidence that your data is protected • Manage all pieces of the backup puzzle – RMAN disk backup – Tape drive, media and library management – Master/Media Server and Client management Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY
  27. 27. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Agenda • Solution Overview: ZFS Storage Appliance for BU&R of Exadata • Business Drivers, Target Markets and Customers • Value Proposition • Spotting, Qualifying and Sizing Opportunities • Competition • Architectural Considerations • Customer Win Examples • Resources
  28. 28. ExaBackup Competing Against NetApp Strengths • Storage Industry leader (#2 NAS vendor) with loyal customer base • Extensive application integration • Strong Oracle partnership and integration with Enterprise Manager, Secure Backup, ASM, RMAN (“Easy buttons” abound) - SnapManager for Oracle Weaknesses • Expensive HW, SW & maintenance costs: Closed and proprietary enclosures and ONTAP operating system limit ability to leverage industry standard technology • Limited backup & restore throughputs (2.7TB/hr and 5.4TB/hr, respectively, for 3170C – OOW 2010) compared to 9TB/hr and 7TB/hr for 7420C Why Oracle Wins • ZFS 7420C provides ~130% the restore throughput of 3170C enabling customers to get back to business after an outage more quickly. • ZFS 7420C provides over 200% greater backup throughput enabling more stringent backup window requirements. Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY
  29. 29. ExaBackup Competing Against EMC Data Domain Strengths • Variable block dedupe is effective with backups • Deduped replication (optional) • Compression included • 3rd Party Integration - Oracle RMAN, NBU (OST), EBS, etc Weaknesses • Expensive - DD880 48TB $460,000 • Replication extra - DD880 $70,000 • Poor management tools - No capacity planning • Dedupe of Oracle DB’s ~6.3:1 w/RMAN incrementals – some customers report getting 4-10:1 w/ZFS compression (EMC Tech doc H6835) • Poor RMAN backup and restore throughput (2.8TB/hr and 2.3TB/hr respectively for DD880 – EMC Tech doc H6835)Why Oracle Wins • ZFS 7420C has greater than 200% restore throughput than more costly DD880 Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY
  30. 30. ExaBackup Competing Against EMC Data Domain Strategy • DD needs to do daily full backups to reach it’s stated dedupe ratio. - Customers won’t see this result if doing daily incrementals and weekly fulls - Crates unnecessary load on Exadata IB network and I/O on DB nodes further reducing claimed backup throughput - Advanced Compression and EHCC will provide similar or better space savings than DD dedupe. - If using RMAN backup images (and incremental merge), ZFS compression may be used. This method would also obviate DD’s dedupe feature. - Data Domain, and others, want customers to backup > dedupe > compress > encrypt in that order so that they can remain relevant. Disrupt this cycle by leveraging various Oracle compression methods and encryption. - Make the issue recovery throughput/RTO Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY
  31. 31. ExaBackup Competing Against EMC Data Domain What to say • Extol the virtues of EHCC and Advanced Compression. This will help to obviate DD’s space savings story. DD won’t be able to dedupe (much) if the tables are already compressed. Only ZFSSA and Axiom enable access to EHCC’d tables without first uncompressing. Lastly, it also takes their replication out of the deal. • If the customer (for whatever reason) doesn’t do EHCC or any other DB compression, ZFS compression provides about the same space savings for RMAN backups as DD dedupe – for a lot less $. • Customer shouldn’t have to do daily full BU’s to realize DD’s space savings. It creates additional load on the network which makes it unlikely that they’ll see DD’s claimed BU throughputs • Make the issue recovery throughput/RTO Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY
  32. 32. Agenda • Business Drivers, Target Markets and Customers • Solution Overview: ZFS Storage Appliance for BU&R of Exadata • Value Proposition / Key Messages • Spotting, Qualifying and Sizing Opportunities • Competition • Architectural Considerations • Customer Win Examples • Resources
  33. 33. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Solution Description • The ZFS Storage appliance is a backup target for RMAN from Exadata. Connection is direct via IPoIB. Configuration details & tuning are available in Technical WP here. • Potential deployment scenarios Scenario 1: The ZFSSA will be used as the disk target in a D2D environment in cooperation with RMAN. Scenario 2: The ZFSSA is a backup target for RMAN. RMAN pulls backup from ZFSSA then pushes to tape. Restores from tape are direct and managed by RMAN Scenario 3: The ZFSSA is a backup target for RMAN then backed up to tape via NDMP. Restores from tape are to ZFSSA then RMAN restores from ZFSSA to DBM For Exadata customers with more stringent RPO/RTO, a DR architecture with a 2nd Exadata is recommended for data protection.
  34. 34. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Solution Deployment Scenarios Scenario 1: Disk to Disk FC RMAN IPoIB or 10GbE
  35. 35. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Scenario 1: Pros & Cons Pros • No 3rd party BU&R licenses to procure and manage - No agent to install on DBM • Quick restores and backups - 9TB/hr backup - 7TB/hr restore • Not exclusive to tape – may be added later • Oracle tested, validated, supported • Faster/easier to implement than “roll your own” IB media server • Compliments RMAN corruption detection with ZFS checksumming and self healing Cons • No “SWITCH…TO COPY” command
  36. 36. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Solution Deployment Scenarios Scenario 2: Disk to Disk to Tape FC RMAN IPoIB or 10GbE BU 2 Tape #1 BU 2 & Restore from Tape #2
  37. 37. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Scenario 2: Pros & Cons Pros • Quick restores and backups • Preserve “versions” on tape • Leverage existing tape infrastructure • RMAN aware backups on tape: BACKUP BACKUPSET • Recovery from tape 1 step process • Lower TCO for long term storage • Faster/easier to implement than “roll your own” IB media server • Compliments RMAN corruption detection with ZFS checksumming and self healing Cons • Additional load on DB servers for backup to tape • Control of back given to 3rd party backup vendor • No “SWITCH…TO COPY” command
  38. 38. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Solution Deployment Scenarios Scenario 3: Disk to Disk to Tape FC RMAN IPoIB or 10GbE NDMP to Tape
  39. 39. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Scenario 3: Pros & Cons Pros • Quick restores and backups • Preserve “versions” on tape • Leverage existing tape infrastructure • No DB server resources for moving to tape • No agent to install on DBM • Faster/easier to implement than “roll your own” IB media server • Compliments RMAN corruption detection with ZFS checksumming and self healing capabilities Cons • No “RMAN aware” backup on tape • 2 step restore process (tape > ZFSSA > RMAN) • No “SWITCH…TO COPY” command
  40. 40. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY ZFSSA BU&R for Exadata Configuration Notes • 7420C - Each head: 2x8-core CPU’s, 128GB DRAM, Read SSD’s not necessary • 2-8 disk trays - 1st tray has 4 Write SSD’s & 20 HDD’s - Additional trays have 20 HDD’s - RAIDZ - Throughputs may vary with RAID level and client (Exadata) configuration/tuning - RAID1 will improve performance of RMAN incremental merge and ancillary app’s if ZFSSA is multipurposed (snaps/clones, etc.) - Pool and share configuration guidance in the technical WP here. • Direct connect to Exadata - Only way to leverage RMAN incremental merge to obviate competitors feature/functionality
  41. 41. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY ZFSSA BU&R for Exadata Configuration Notes • Compression - EHCC compression is table compression, meaning it is applied to tables inside the database. - The Advanced Compression Option (ACO) is a separately licensed database option that has several compression features – Hybrid Columnar Compression OLTP table compression, SecureFiles Compression and Deduplication, Data Pump export compression, RMAN backup compression, and Data Guard redo transport compression. - RMAN backup compression is part of the ACO. - ZFS compression is part of the ZFSSA, HCC is a separately licensed feature and requires ACO. If a table is compressed with EHCC, then it can only be read when it is stored on Exadata or another HCC-enabled platform like ZFSSA or Axiom. If that table is moved to non-HCC storage, then it must be uncompressed before it can be read (or modified) - this is supported using ALTER TABLE MOVE or online redefinition as of 11.2.0.2. Could require 10-15x additional disk space. The customer should compare and contrast the performance and space savings of enabling compression at various levels - though on Exadata it's pretty clear that EHCC table compression will give tremendous space savings AND performance boosts for read-only and read-mostly scenarios, so the real question is whether RMAN backup compression or ZFSSA compression makes more sense, and the answer to that question will vary based on the environment.
  42. 42. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY ZFSSA BU&R for Exadata General Considerations* • Recommendations - Size for capacity as throughput performance doesn’t vary significantly with disk tray count after 4 trays - Most restore errors arise because the restore occurs over 2 or more shifts. Recommend RTO’s of 5 hours or less - In 11gr2/Exadata environments: • Use RMAN “incremental merge” image backups • Daily snaps for version preservation - For backing up the ZFSSA to tape, see documentation here. - For backing up Exadata to tape, see here. * See Resources slide for links to more detailed sizing/configuration information
  43. 43. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Agenda • Business Drivers, Target Markets and Customers • Solution Overview: ZFS Storage Appliance for BU&R of Exadata • Value Proposition • Spotting, Qualifying and Sizing Opportunities • Competition • Architectural Considerations • Customer Win Examples • Resources
  44. 44. ZFSSA BU&R for Exadata Customer Wins • Coming soon Oracle Confidential – Internal and Partners ONLY
  45. 45. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Agenda • Business Drivers, Target Markets and Customers • Solution Overview: ZFS Storage Appliance for BU&R of Exadata • Value Proposition • Spotting, Qualifying and Sizing Opportunities • Competition • Architectural Considerations • Customer Win Examples • Resources
  46. 46. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Sales Resources • RMAN Best Practices - Oracle Database Backup and Recovery Best Practices & New Features - Recovery Manager (RMAN) Configuration and Perfromance Tuning Best Practices - VLDB Backup & Recovery Best Practices More available on database.us.oracle.com: Collateral tab > Sub Area contains “Backup and Recovery”
  47. 47. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY Sales Resources • Tools - Value Navigator: http://tools-insight.oraclecorp.com/ - ZFSSA simulator • Collateral - Exadata Resource Center - Unified Storage on my.oracle - Tape on my.oracle - White papers, MAA Guides, Implementation Guides - All things Exadata • Web and Online Communities - ZFS_STORAGE_WW@oracle.com (internal) - Exadata_WW@oracle.com (internal) - Unified Storage Forum: http://myforums.oracle.com/jive3/forum.jspa?forumID=4430 (internal) - Oracle.com: http://www.oracle.com/us/products/servers-storage/storage/unified- storage/index.html
  48. 48. Oracle Confidential: Internal and Partners ONLY

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