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  • 26-Mar-13

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23-SEP-2013

Maximizing Application Reliability and Availability with the SPARC M6-32 Server

This paper describes how the reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) characteristics of the SPARC M6-32 server enable it to deliver mission-critical uptime and reliability for all workloads, ranging from batch processing, to data warehouse applications, to highly concurrent online transaction processing (OLTP) applications.

23-SEP-2013

Oracle's SPARC M6 and SPARC T5 Processor Core

This interactive simulation presents a graphical representation of the latest generation SPARC Processor cores, with detailed explanations at key points.

23-SEP-2013

Oracle's SPARC M6-32 External Features

This interactive presentation points out and describes the key features of Oracle's new SPARC M6-32 server. It has modules that cover the front of the rack and the rear.

23-SEP-2013

Oracle's SPARC M6-32 Server Virtualization Options

This interactive tool explains the powerful virtualization features of Oracle's new SPARC M6-32 Server. Included are discussions of Dynamic Domains, Bounded Domains, and Logical Domains. It explains the differences between a Hypervisor vs. Logical domains.

26-MAR-2013

Oracle's SPARC T5 Servers External Features

Take a tour of the Oracle's SPARC T5 Servers. Delivering RAS capabilities means much more than just having reliable components. It includes a combination of hardware and software features combined with advanced, integrated management and monitoring. Together these capabilities enable the SPARC T5 servers to deliver mission-critical uptime and reliability.

For more information, see the SPARC T5 Server RAS Architecture and System Architecture White Papers.

19-JUN-2013

Oracle's SPARC T5-2, SPARC T5-4, SPARC T5-8, and SPARC T5-1B Server Architecture

This comprehensive white paper provides an in-depth presentation of the SPARC T5 Server features:

  • Introduction 
  • Comparison of SPARC T5–Based Server Features
    • SPARC T5 Processor
    • Taking Oracle’s Multicore/Multithreaded Design to the Next Level 
    • SPARC T5 Processor Architecture
    • SPARC T5 Processor Cache Architecture
    • SPARC T5 Core Architecture
  • Oracle Solaris for Multicore Scalability
  • Oracle Solaris 11 Operating System
    • Oracle Solaris Predictive Self Healing, Fault Management Architecture, and Service Management Facility
    • Oracle Solaris Cryptographic Frameworks
  • End-to-End Virtualization Technology
  • A Multithreaded Hypervisor
    • Oracle VM Server for SPARC
    • Oracle Solaris Zones
  • Enterprise-Class Management
    • System Management Technology
  • Conclusion
  • For More Information 
  • Appendix A: Server Architectures
    • Motherboard and Memory Subsystem
    • I/O Subsystem
    • Enhanced System and Component Serviceability 
    • Robust Chassis, Component, and Subassembly Design
    • Minimized Cabling for Maximized Airflow
    • Overview of Oracle's SPARC T5-2 Server
    • Overview of Oracle's SPARC T5-4 Server
    • Overview of Oracle's SPARC T5-8 Server 
    • Overview of Oracle's SPARC T5-1B Server Module

 

16-APR-2013 5 mins

SPARC M6-32 Server 3D Tour

Take a tour of Oracle's SPARC M562 Server. 

For more information, see the  SPARC M6 Server Architecture White Paper.

23-SEP-2013

SPARC M6-32 Server Architecture

 

Oracle’s SPARC M6-32 server is a highly reliable, easy-to-manage, vertically scalable system with many of the benefits of traditional mainframes—without the associated cost, complexity, or vendor lock-in. In fact, this server delivers a mainframe-class system architecture at open-systems prices. With symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) scalability from one to 32 processors, memory subsystems as large as 32 TB, and high-throughput I/O architectures, the SPARC M6-32 server easily performs the heavy lifting required by consolidated workloads. Furthermore, the server runs the powerful Oracle Solaris 10 and Oracle Solaris 11 operating systems that include leading virtualization technologies. By offering Dynamic Domains, Oracle VM Server for SPARC, dynamic reconfiguration, and Oracle Solaris Zones technology, the SPARC M6-32 server brings sophisticated mainframe-class resource control to an open-systems compute platform.

16-APR-2013 5 mins

SPARC T5-1B Server Module 3D Tour

Take a 3D tour of Oracle's SPARC T5-1B Server Module.

For more information, see the SPARC T5 Architecture White Paper.

16-APR-2013 5 mins

SPARC T5-2 Server 3D Tour

Take a 3D tour of Oracle's SPARC T5-2 Server.

For more information, see the SPARC T5 Architecture White Paper.

16-APR-2013 5 mins

SPARC T5-4 Server 3D Tour

Take a 3D tour of Oracle's SPARC T5-4 Server.

For more information, see the SPARC T5 Architecture White Paper.

16-APR-2013 5 mins

SPARC T5-8 Server 3D Tour

Take a 3D tour of Oracle's SPARC T5-8 Server.

For more information, see the SPARC T5 Architecture White Paper.

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