Oracle Big Data Appliance (BDA) is being announced at the Oracle OpenWorld keynote as I’m posting this. It will take some time for it to be actually available for shipment and some details will likely change but here is what we have so far about Oracle Big Data Appliance.
Live from Oracle OpenWorld Pythian is thrilled to share news of our big win: Oracle North America Titan Award for Oracle Exadata solution that was planned, deployed and is currently managed for online marketing corporation LinkShare in New York.
What is Exalytics? It’s a BI appliance machine — it’s like an application middle tier for complete Business Intellegence data warehousing solutions. You put it in front of Exadata and users get all the tools to work with that data – analyze, predict, run reports and etc.
Pythian and Scalar Decisions today announced a formal partnership providing Oracle customers an unparalleled one-stop shop solution provider in Canada. Combined, we can help Oracle customers develop, fulfill, implement, and manage their whole Oracle solution stack.
In this post, I want to show what kind of IO performance we can get from Oracle Database Appliance (ODA). In this part, I will focus on hard disks. That’s right — those good old brown spinning disks.
Many analysts are suggesting that a big data appliance will be announced at this OOW. Based on published Oracle OpenWorld focus sessions on oracle.com (PDF documents), the following technologies will most likely be the key — Hadoop, NoSQL, Hadoop data loader for Oracle, R Language. Want more details — you have to wait for them.
As OOW approaches. I want to re-share some of my trivia/coincidental facts about Oracle with you; some have heard this before.
This is my first Oracle OpenWorld in a few years. I have not changed (I don’t think), but the show must have grown significantly. With the huge number of acquisitions over the past few years, I am sure I will not recognize some of the solutions mentioned in many presentation billboards as I pass through all the conference venues. For any first time attendees who stumble into this post, my advice as an OOW veteran:
Today was a busy day in the news for Pythian, as Oracle released Oracle Database Appliance. Pythian is now offering fixed-price services to migrate to ODA and support it on an ongoing basis. Small and midsized business can leverage Pythian’s Oracle expertise and take full advantage of the cost and performance advantages of ODA.
I’m an experienced Oracle DBA, I have lots of Linux experience and scores of RAC installations under my belt. I also work for one of the best and more experienced RAC teams in the world. So when a customer asked how long it will take to install 2-node RAC, we answered “2 hours”. It took over 30 hours…