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By: | Senior Manager, Software Development<p><b>solaris10 Brand Zone Clusters</b><p>The solaris10<br>brand zone cluster, released in Oracle Solaris Cluster version …

Oracle Engineered Systems

Radical processing performance, significantly faster deployments, simpler maintenance, instant visuals for in-depth analysis, and big data that's …

Oracle muscles way into seat atop the benchmark with hefty ZFS filer

Oracle has announced new cache-heavy ZFS appliances and has seized the SPC-2 benchmark top spot with one of them.<p>Announced in early September, the …

Oracle Introduces New x86 Servers

New Sun Server X4 Systems Offer Outstanding Performance and Reliability for Oracle Software<p>Redwood Shores, Calif. – October 3, 2013<p>News …

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Oracle ZS3 Storage Appliances: Tier-1 Performance At Tier-3 Prices

Executive Summary<p>Table 1 – Summary Data on Oracle ZS3 Storage Appliances<br>Source: Wikibon, 2013, derived from Oracle data at …

Oracle x86 Systems: The Best x86 Platforms for Oracle Solaris

By:<p>With adoption in over 50,000 businesses and institutions, <b>Oracle Solaris</b> has clearly established itself as the world leader in UNIX-based operating …

Elasticity: The Biggest Challenge Facing Data Centers Today

Oracle OpenWorld | Oracle Blogs

Oracle SPARC T5 is the World's Fastest Microprocessor

SPARC T5 Encryption Performance Tops Intel E5-2600 v2 Processor

By: | Principal Software Engineer<p>The cryptography benchmark suite was developed by Oracle to measure security performance on important AES security …

Oracle OpenWorld | Oracle Blogs

Computing 2113: Five Predictions For The Next Tech Century

The excitement at OpenWorld surrounding the announcement of Oracle’s new SPARC M6-powered SuperCluster M6-32 got me thinking about just how far computational hardware has come in the past 25 years. This, in turn, got me wondering about the advances that lie ahead.<p>In 1988, Intel pushed desktops and …

Friday time means Quiz time :). Do you know how many processor cores does SPARC M6-32 server have?