Oracle has introduced new software enhancements to the Oracle SPARC SuperCluster engineered system that enable customers to consolidate any combination of mission-critical enterprise databases, middleware, and applications on a single system and rapidly deploy secure, self-service cloud services. Oracle SPARC SuperCluster can deliver 10 times application consolidation ratios, using new layered, zero-overhead virtualization combined with the database offload functions of Oracle Exadata storage servers and efficient networking. Compared to customer-integrated systems, Oracle SPARC SuperCluster delivers 5 times faster time to value, cutting time for installation to production from months to weeks. Continue reading Oracle SPARC SuperCluster: Cloud and Consolidation Capabilities
You should use RMAN to recover and backup sql database.
Oracle Backup SQL Database: Basic Concepts
A backup is a copy of data. This copy can include important parts of the database such as the control file and datafiles. A backup is a safeguard against unexpected data loss and application errors. If you lose the original data, then you can reconstruct it by using a backup.
Oracle’s Big Data Appliance includes Intel’s new processors and the latest release of CDH (Cloudera’s Distribution, including Apache Hadoop) and Cloudera Manager, as well as Oracle Enterprise Manager Plug-In for
Oracle Big Data Database Appliance. Oracle Big Data Connectors have been enhanced to enable greater database SQL access to Hadoop from Oracle Database.
“An influx of raw data sets is flooding every enterprise. However, before businesses can take advantage of the potential opportunity, they face a significant challenge in organizing these diverse datasources,” says Cetin Ozbutun, vice president of data warehousing and big data technologies at Oracle. “The latest updates further improve the abilities of our customers to optimize big data workloads and integrate them with their data warehouses to easily analyze all data throughout the enterprise.”
Big Data Database: appliance and connectors
Oracle Big Data Appliance is an open, multi-purpose engineered system for Hadoop and NoSQL processing. It runs a diverse set of workloads – from Hadoop-only workloads (MapReduce 2, Spark, Hive etc.) to interactive, all-encompassing interactive SQL queries using Oracle Big Data database SQL. Big Data Appliance provides an open environment for innovation while maintaining tight integration and enterprise-level support. Organizations can deploy external software to support new functionality – such as graph analytics, natural language processing and fraud detection. Support for non-Oracle components is delivered by their respective support channels and not by Oracle.
In addition to providing Oracle Big Data database SQL and the full Cloudera software platform, Big Data Appliance utilizes Oracle Big Data Connectors to simplify data integration and analytics. Big Data Connectors provide high-speed access to data in Hadoop from Oracle Exadata and Oracle Database – with data transfer rates on the order of 15 TB/hour. Big Data Connectors also enable integrated, highly scalable analytics – providing native access to Hadoop data and parallel processing using Oracle R Distribution. Finally, Oracle XQuery for Hadoop facilitates standard XQuery operations to process and transform documents in various formats (JSON, XML, Avro and others), executing in parallel across the Hadoop cluster.
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Hear what’s new in the second development milestone release of MySQL Cluster 7.2.
Why 9 of the top 10 most trafficked web sites are powered by MySQL?
MySQL Scalability with MySQL Cluster
User loads and data volumes are exploding – driven by increasing Internet penetration rates, social networking, high-speed mobile broadband connecting ever-smarter devices, new Machine to Machine (M2M) interactions, and more. MySQL Cluster allows users to overcome database challenges in the next generation web, cloud, and communications services while guaranteeing scalability, uptime and agility. MySQL Cluster is a technology providing shared-nothing clustering and auto-sharding for the MySQL database management system. It is designed to provide high availability and high throughput with low latency, while allowing for near linear scalability.