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SPARCOverview &News updatefall 2018Copyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

Overview of SPARC M83

SPARCPerformanceSecurityCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Reliability4

Oracle SPARCProcessor EvolutionM832 x 5th Gen Cores64MB L3 Cache5.0 GHzSW in Silicon v2Latest model2010201120132013201320152016T3T4T5M5M6M7S716 x 2nd Gen Cores6MB L2 Cache1.7 GHz8 x 3rd Gen Cores4MB L3 Cache3.0 GHz16 x 3rd Gen Cores8MB L3 Cache3.6 GHz6 x 3rd Gen Cores48MB L3 Cache3.6 GHz12 x 3rd Gen Cores48MB L3 Cache3.6 GHz32 x 4th Gen Cores64MB L3 Cache4.1 GHzSW in Silicon v18 x 4th Gen Cores16MB L3 cache4.2 GHzSW in Silicon v1Guaranteed Binary CompatibilityCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 5

SPARC M8: Performance Leadership Once Again#1#1SPARC M8 is the world’s fastestconventional microprocessor 32-core, 5.0 GHz chip Record breaking Database, Java,Security benchmarksSPECjbb2015153,352 Max jOPSEncryptionSHA512104 GB/s#1#1OLTP6,762,488 TPMIn-Memory DB430.7 QPM#1SPECjEnterpise 201034,259.69 EjOPSAnd more (See Disclosure Slide)6

Oracle’s SPARC M8 for Java2x Faster Than x86Max jOPS per chipSPARC M8chip,core: 1,325.0 GHz2xfasterIntel Skylakechip,core: 1,282.5 GHzSPECjbb2015 - See disclosure slide7

Oracle SPARC Delivers 2x Better Database Performance6.7MTPM211KFaster than AWS and largeS824T8-18

SPARC T8 vs T5, T4 per core1,01,0XxSPARC T41.8xfaster1,21,2xxSPARC T51,81,8xxSPARC T800,51SPARC T8SPARC T51,52SPARC T4Get more value per core9

SPARC T8 vs T5, T4 per processor1,0X1,0 xSPARC T4chip,core: 1,82.8 Ghz3.6xfaster2,4x2,4 xSPARC T5chip,core: 1,163.6 GhzSPARC T83,6 xchip,core: 1,325.0 GHz00,511,5SPARC T82SPARC T52,533,53.6x4SPARC T410

Oracle’s New SPARC T8 and M8 ServersPowered by the Oracle M8 processorT8-1T8-2T8-4M8-8M8 5.0GHz Procs1248Max Cores3264128256Max Memory*1 TB2 TB4 TB8 TBStorage (SSD/HDD)868Storage (NVMe)44812 (AIC)* Using 64 GB DIMMsCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 11

Oracle’s SPARC M8 ProcessorSoftware in Silicon v2SQL in SiliconSecurity in SiliconSecond-generation DAX for dataanalytics acceleration.Oracle Numbers units acceleratedatabase processingSilicon Secured Memory protects inmemory data structures.No compromise wide key encryption,now including SHA3.Place SW functionsdirectly onto theprocessor Specialized units Off-load engines12

Oracle DB In-Memory Delivers Transformational Performance Analytics & reporting run 100x fasterwith new in-memory Column format– Optimized for vector processing– Pure in-memory, so changes are fastenabling mixed OLTP and analyticsOLTPMemoryMemorySalesSalesRow FormatColumn FormatAnalytics Table data kept in BOTH row andcolumn format with full consistency– OLTP uses proven Oracle row format No app changes, trivial to deploy– Full Scale-Out, Scale-Up, HA, etc.13

SQL in SiliconAccelerate in-memory query performanceM8 Processor8 dax units per processor Dedicated acceleration engines built on chip– Independently process streams of database columnelements placed in system memoryCoreCore Frees cores for higher level SQL functions– Like adding 32 additional specialized cores to chipShared CacheDAXDAX Acceleration engines can decompress datasimultaneous to processing SQL functions– Like adding 64 extra cores for decompression14

Oracle’s SPARC M8 for In-Memory AnalyticsFaster Than x86 for Database Analyticsqueries per minute /chipSPARC M8chip,core: 1,325.06 GHz10xfasterIntel Skylakechip,core: 1,242.7 GHz15

Security in Silicon32 Crypto Accelerators with the Broadest Set of Ciphers and HashesOffload the task of 16 different ciphers, including the popular RSA, SHA and 512SHA-384SHA-256SHA-224SHA-3Clear Data InEncrypted Data Out16

Oracle’s SPARC Processor SecuritySilicon Secured Memory & End-to-End EncryptionHardware-based memoryprotection and encryptionprevents up to 90% ofsecurity vulnerabilitiesMalicious attacksInvalid/stale referencesBuffer overflowsDatabase, App, & Web TierSECUREUNSECUREOnly 2%OverheadwithOracle M8or S717

Security In Silicon: Silicon Secured Memory Protects in memory data structuresPointer “B”GOPointer “R”GOPointer “Y” Application can only access its wonmemory region Pointer color (key) must match contentcolor or program is aborted Set on memory allocation, changed onmemory free Easily identify memory allocation issues Improve SW quality and reliabilityMemoryM8 ProcessorApplications Help to prevent security attacks18

SPARC PlatformFastest for Database and Java, Data Analytics Acceleration, Security in Copyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. S7-2LS7-219

MiniCluster S7-2Copyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

Turn-key, Secure Database and Application MachineOpen platform for 1000’s of Oracle and 3rd party applications, tools and frameworksSecure Database &ApplicationsVirtual AssistantRuns Existingand NewApplicationsOperating SystemVirtualizationCompute & StorageMiniCluster S7-212/5/2018Copyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Customer Presentation21

MiniCluster Hardware Architecture10GbE(Base-T or Fibre, 2 ports per node)10GbE(Redundant, Base –T)Compute Node #1Compute Node #2SAS3(12 Gb/s, redundant)Disk ArrayCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Customer Presentation43

Minimal Need for OS Skills and TrainingIntroducing the MiniCluster Virtual Assistant Security & compliance Full-system patching Oracle RAC and Single InstanceOracle Database deployment Application VM provisioning Automatic performance tuning System health checksSecure Database& ApplicationsVirtual AssistantOperating SystemVirtualizationCompute & Storage12/5/2018Copyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Customer Presentation23

MiniCluster S7-2 Virtual AssistantCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Customer Presentation24

NEW: MiniCluster SW 1.2.5.15Support for latest Oracle Database versionsSecure Database& Applications Solaris 11.3 SRU34.4 Grid Infrastructure 18c RU 3 Oracle DB 18c RU 3 Oracle DB 12.2, 12.1, 11gR2 withJuly 2018 RU/PSUVirtual AssistantOperating SystemVirtualizationCompute & Storage12/5/2018Copyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 25

Oracle SuperClusterCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

Oracle SuperCluster M8 High performanceOracle Database andJava machine Optimized for OracleDatabase andApplications Integrated Compute,Storage, Networking,Virtualization, OS &ManagementCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 27

Oracle SuperCluster M8:Converged Compute, Network and StorageOracle M8World’s Most Advanced ProcessorOracle InfiniBand Ultra-fast IO FabricOracle ZS5 Powerful Application and System StorageOracle Exadata StorageWorld’s Best Oracle Database StorageSuperCluster M8Copyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 28

Oracle SuperCluster M8: Elastic ConfigurationsLow Cost Elastic Capacity on DemandM8 Chassis,Compute & Memory(3) ExadataStorageServers(1) ZS5 StorageApplianceExtreme Flash Storage(2) InfiniBandleaf switchesHigh-Capacity Storage(0) InfiniBandspine switch2Scale to ElasticFull Rack1Start With Elastic Base Rack12/5/2018Copyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 3Scale Further toMulti-Rack29

Oracle SuperCluster Cloud DeploymentsManaged Cloud Oracle Managed Cloud Services (OMCS)– Maintains data centers worldwide– Hosts many Oracle SuperCluster racks for customers– Combines the benefits of cloud-based hosting and SuperCluster capabilitiesCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 30

Oracle SuperCluster Cloud DeploymentsIaaS with SuperCluster Virtual Assistant Simple, intuitive user interfaces (BUI, REST)– Virtual machines (VMs) created withoutsysadmin intervention– No understanding required of underlyinghardware or software architecture– VM components drawn down automaticallyfrom resource pools– VMs can be resized or (cold) migrated– User chargeback based on resource usage End user responsible for managing and patching OS and applications Underlying cloud infrastructure managed centrallyCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 31

Oracle SuperCluster Infrastructure-as-a-ServiceIaaS VMs in Oracle SuperCluster M8Createdon DemandIaaS VMDB DomainIaaS VMDB DomainIaaS VMDB DomainCPURepositoryMemoryRepositoryIaaS VMApp DomainIaaS VMApp DomainIaaS VMApp DomainIaaS VMApp DomainUser ManagedVirtual IO InterfaceRepositorySet up atInitial InstallControl PlaneRoot DomainRoot DomainCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 32

Oracle Solaris 11.4 – Available Now!Solaris innovation continuesSecureSimpleCloud-Ready New application sandboxmanagement tool Improved zone migrationbetween systems usingshared storage Enhanced secure remoteadministration Enhanced exploitmitigation with SPARCSSM Expanded complianceassessment for multipleinstances New live zonereconfiguration support New dehydrated unifiedarchives with lowerarchive sizes Easy monitoring, restartand notification of zonestates Enhanced encryptioncontrols - retrieve cryptokeys from OASIS KMIP Improved ZFS r-storage/solaris11/overview/index.htmlCopyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 33

Beyond the Next ReleaseFurther Simplify Lifecycle Management Lift and shift tools– Simplify transfer of workloads from standalone SPARC systems to SuperCluster Improved upgrade process– Speed up and simplify Quarterly Full Stack Download Patchs (QFSDP)Copyright 2018, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 34

Oracle SPARC Solaris RoadmapPublicly available de-2076743.pdf35

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Oracle Solaris Deploy enterprise mission critical applications securely with no compromise Easy to apply update stream of monthly updates and quarterly critical patches Binary Application Guarantee̶ 20 years and counting! Now updated until 2021 New Oracle Solaris 11.4 released in August 2018!̶ New capabilities with compatibility for 1,000’s of Oracle, ISV and customer appsContinued Support To At Least sp-135402.html37