Let’s talk about Oracle’s successful and expanding investment in cloud infrastructure. The company just celebrated its 45th anniversary, beat Wall Street’s estimated revenue in its fiscal fourth quarter, and showed its highest organic revenue growth rate in over a decade. The company is clearly doing a lot of things its customers like.
Front-and-center to Oracle’s success is Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) growth. Over the past year there has been a steady stream of OCI-related announcements. These have included plans to grow from 30 to 44 public cloud regions by the end of 2022 (39 are already in place), smaller Dedicated Region configurations, plans for Sovereign Clouds, new Cloud@Customer offerings, and expansions of OCI’s already impressive portfolio of services. This is perhaps the fastest expansion of cloud services by any service provider, and it helped drive Oracle’s 49% year-over-year IaaS growth and 108% growth in Exadata Cloud@Customer (Q4 FY22 earnings report).
And, if those aren't enough to make you consider OCI for your public cloud, what about the new Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure that Larry Ellison and Satya Nadella announced at Microsoft Inspire on July 20th? This new service allows Azure customers to choose where to run Oracle Database for their Azure applications. Azure users can easily set up and use Oracle databases running on optimized OCI infrastructure directly from Azure, without logging into OCI.
The Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure is an Oracle-managed service currently available in 11 pairs of OCI and Azure regions worldwide. It uses the existing OCI-Azure Interconnect to offer latency between the two clouds of less than 2 milliseconds over secure, private, high-speed networks. This means that developers and mission-critical applications running on Azure can directly access the performance, availability, and automation advantages of Oracle Autonomous Database Service, Exadata Database Service, and Base Database Service running on OCI.
Oracle’s growth numbers represent a great metric to measure its overall success. However, most IT architects and developers want to understand why Oracle's cloud offerings are better than the likes of Amazon Web Services (AWS) for their Oracle Database workloads.
The answer is simple. While Oracle is undoubtedly a strong competitor when matched head-to-head against nearly every public cloud offering, it offers clear advantages for Oracle Database applications. For example, organizations that use Oracle Database in their on-premises data center can more easily move workloads to OCI because it provides extreme levels of compatibility with on-premises installations and offers organizations the same or greater performance, scale, and availability. You won't find a better example of this than Oracle’s cloud-enabled Exadata X9M platform that’s available natively in OCI or for Azure users through Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure.
Last year, Oracle delivered what may be the fastest OLTP database machine with the Exadata X9M. This machine is engineered to do only one thing: run Autonomous Database Service and Exadata Database Service faster and more efficiently than anything else on the market, delivering up to 87% more performance than the previous generation platform.
Wringing every ounce of performance and reliability from a database machine such as Oracle Exadata requires thinking about system architecture from the ground up. It requires a deep knowledge of Oracle Database and the ability to optimize the entire hardware and software stack. This is a job that only Oracle can realistically take on.
Exadata X9M’s employs a flexible blend of scale-up and scale-out capabilities that support virtually any workload by separately scaling database compute and storage capabilities. Of particular note is how the Exadata X9M provides high performance for both transactional and analytics workloads and efficient database consolidation.
Let’s start with analytics. At the highest level, Exadata X9M enables fast analytics through parallelism and smart storage. Complex queries are automatically broken down into components that are distributed across smart Exadata storage servers. The storage servers then run low-level SQL and machine learning operations against their local data, returning only results to the database servers. This allows applications to use 100s of gigabytes to terabytes per second of throughput—something you won’t find on your typical cloud database.
For OLTP, Exadata X9M breaks out some additional secret sauce in the form of scalable database server clusters, persistent memory (PMem) in the smart storage servers, and remote direct memory access over converged Ethernet (RoCE) that links them together. Databases run across hundreds of vCPUs to provide high performance and availability and read data directly from shared PMEM on the storage servers. The end result is that Oracle Database achieves SQL read latencies from shared storage of under 19 microseconds, which is more than ten times faster than traditional flash storage.
However, Exadata X9M in OCI doesn’t forego the use of flash memory, it embraces it. Without applications having to do anything, Exadata storage servers automatically move data between terabytes of PMem, tens or hundreds of terabytes of NVMe 4.0 flash, and terabytes to petabytes of disk storage to provide the best performance for different types of workloads. This results in a level of performance that isn’t possible with a traditional on-premises or cloud architecture built using generic servers and storage.
Bringing X9M to the Cloud
There's no question that cloud resources are integral to nearly every enterprise's IT infrastructure. The cloud offers a flexible and scalable consumption model with economics that can be superior to traditional on-premises deployments. While cloud infrastructure can be easily scaled to meet many growing application needs, this is not necessarily true for databases that support mission-critical applications. It's common for organizations to have to refactor applications and redesign databases when they move to the cloud to provide the same levels of performance and availability they had premises, such as when moving Oracle Database to AWS. However, by deploying Exadata X9M in OCI, Oracle eliminates the expensive and time-consuming need to refactor applications for the cloud.
Oracle Exadata X9M in OCI shines for enterprise applications by delivering an elastic cloud database experience. For example, when running Autonomous Database Service or Exadata Database Service on dedicated X9M infrastructure in OCI, you can use 2 to 32 database servers and 3 to 64 smart storage servers in any combination. This means you can deploy platforms with more database servers for heavy OLTP workloads, more storage servers for data warehouses, or an even mixture of each when consolidating both types of workloads.
You can get the raw numbers for CPUs, storage, and memory for Exadata X9M in OCI from the Oracle website. Still, the critical thing to know is that all configurations deliver the database capabilities that enterprises require. For instance, the “entry” Exadata X9M configuration in OCI supports 19 microsecond SQL Read IO latency, 5.6 M SQL Read IOPS, and 135 GB/second of analytics throughput. Furthermore, with the ability to scale database servers by 16x and storage servers by 21x, we expect that no organizations will run into performance limitations.
Oracle tells us that by putting Exadata X9M into OCI, it now delivers the world's fastest OLTP cloud database performance, and they have the data to back it up. Latency is critical for OLTP workloads, an area where the X9M has no equal. Exadata X9M’s 19 microsecond SQL IO latency is 25x better than when running Oracle Database on AWS Relational Database Service (RDS). The analytics throughput numbers from shared storage are even more impressive, with Oracle claiming that Exadata X9M in OCI delivers up to 384x the analytics throughput of Oracle Database running on AWS RDS.
Oracle has conquered the performance challenges for OLTP and analytics in the cloud and delivers this level of performance with attractive economics. Oracle makes the Exadata X9M for OCI available with a true consumption-based model where you only pay for the size of platform you need and the consumption you use. One key feature of Oracle Autonomous Database running on Exadata X9M is that it can auto-scale consumption by 3x based on the demands of the queries executing at every point in time. This helps you meet peak requirements by scaling up database consumption when needs grow and minimizes costs by scaling it back down later. Oracle cites global customers using these scaling capabilities to economically meet seasonal demands for retail companies and end-of-quarter financial closes for any business.
Running business workloads in the cloud is popular and continues growing at impressive rates because it solves practical problems for IT practitioners and business users. However, generic cloud infrastructure hasn’t delivered the same level of performance and availability for mission-critical OLTP and analytics workloads that many customers achieved with on-premises platforms.
If your enterprise depends on Oracle Database technology—and 97% of the Global Fortune 100 companies use Oracle Database, with 88% relying on Oracle Exadata for business-critical workloads—you need to seriously consider running your cloud database workloads on Exadata X9M in OCI. Oracle's expanding portfolio of OCI services and delivery platforms, coupled with its unique ability to integrate optimized database platforms like Exadata X9M into OCI redefines what it means to run mission-critical databases in the cloud.
The Exadata X9M is built by the same people who build the Oracle Database, best positioning Oracle to optimize the performance, reliability, and automation required to get the most out of Oracle Database in the cloud. Oracle Exadata X9M is a stellar piece of engineering, bringing together compute and storage in an optimized architecture that delivers levels of throughput and reliability that deserve the superlatives I'm throwing around. And, it's not just me saying it; Oracle's momentum in the cloud bears this out as customers continue to make Exadata their preferred option to run Oracle Database.
When combined with the new Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure, Exadata X9M in OCI should cause organizations to rethink strategies focused on using generic cloud infrastructure for critical database applications.
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Stephen Booth, CIO at Coventry University, is dedicated to using digital transformation to help Excellerate student experiences. He is so committed, in fact, that has he spent more than 20 years delivering technology-led change at the fast-growing higher education institution.
“I wanted to work somewhere that was about a social good,” he says. “For me, education is really meaningful – that’s why I’m there. Every day I walk in and I see my customers, who are the students, and I see that we’re doing something good that helps them.”
A techie by background and passion, Booth joined Coventry in 1999 as a programmer. He has fulfilled a range of roles, including database administration, leading an enterprise middleware team and then running a wider infrastructure team, before becoming assistant director of infrastructure, CTO and – since August last year – director of the IT department.
“That’s the other reason I’ve stayed so long,” says Booth. “I’ve been able to have quite a varied career here. I’ve been able to go across the spectrum and end up in a leadership position. So, I’ve been able to move with the university as it has changed.”
While Booth has stayed loyal to the institution, the university has undergone significant growth. “Ten years ago, we had something like 12,000 students in Coventry,” he says. “We’ve now got 40,000 students in Coventry, but if you include our online students and other campuses, you’re getting close to 80,000.”
Coventry runs campuses in Scarborough, London and Poland, and also has offices around the world. “It has changed enormously,” says Booth. “And so that change, combined with delivering the core mission, is what keeps everything fresh.”
Booth’s promotion to CIO coincided with another shift at the university. Last August, the IT and estates department became a commercial subsidiary. As part of Coventry University Enterprises Limited, Booth’s team provides service back into the group – but also has the opportunity to potentially offer services outside the enterprise firewall.
Moves in that direction have already been made. In February, Booth’s organisation acquired the virtual-learning platform Aula.
“Now I have my own software-engineering company and I have four customers, a couple of which are other higher education institutions,” he says. “That all means commercial aspects are part of my remit.”
Booth says the integration between the IT and estates departments is crucial to the university’s long-term plans. The intention is to build a combined infrastructure services capability.
“You get quite a lot of power and a synergy when you start blending the physical and the virtual and understanding what you can do,” he says.
The aim of this work, says Booth, is to create a fresh approach within a new combined organisation. The people who work for it recognise that they are providing a service back into the broader Coventry group and the wide range of locations and people they serve.
“It just creates a different mindset and purpose for the organisation that still fits with the overall mission but allows you to not be seen as just a part of the university,” he says.
“You get quite a lot of power and a synergy when you start blending the physical and the virtual and understanding what you can do”
Stephen Booth, Coventry University
The shift towards commerciality follows a challenging period for the IT department. Like other academic institutions, Coventry had to manage a shift to online learning when the coronavirus pandemic led to social-distancing measures in early 2020. The good news, says Booth, is that the university’s systems and services were ready.
“As it happened, in terms of digital capability, we were reasonably well prepared,” he says. “We had already got an established online presence – we’re number one in the world in terms of massive open online courses at the moment. So, we’d got a good base infrastructure, but what we obviously had to do was scale that up quickly.”
The university was already enacting a cloud-first strategy, which allowed Booth’s team to “turn on the taps” to meet demand. However, he also recognises – like so many other CIOs – that the business was exposed like never before to the big benefits of digital transformation during the pandemic. This recognition has led to fresh demands on IT.
“You’ve gone from digital maybe being ‘a thing’ in certain parts of the organisation to suddenly everything being online,” he says. “And post-Covid, you come back to something that’s not what you had before but a blended-learning environment instead. And if you think about a blended environment, that starts to transform everything you know.”
Fresh questions – such as “are our rooms fit for purpose?” – have suddenly become prescient. In fact, Booth takes lectures himself, as much as anything to understand the day-to-day challenges that academic colleagues have to deal with. It can be an eye-opening experience in the age of hybrid learning, as other CIOs have also told Computer Weekly.
“You suddenly start to see that you’ve got two audiences – one that’s online and one that’s in the room – so how do you engage them both?” says Booth. “That reality has fundamentally altered the way in which we approach teaching and IT provision.”
Booth says his team’s continuing efforts to deliver the technology the business needs have been accompanied by a cultural change programme. He says it was important that the whole approach to IT provision altered, with a focus on the purpose of the work that technology professionals fulfil and a recognition of how the team would work differently.
“One of the tangible things we’ve done is to accelerate the move to an agile delivery model,” he says. “We were classic waterfall before – we were ‘here’s a project, write your business case, do your tender, see you in 18 months’ time’. We’ve now pivoted that approach to an agile delivery model, which is at different levels of maturity.”
The end result of this shift is that the IT team delivers change into the business every two weeks, rather than months later. And when you start to deliver technical functionality regularly, says Booth, you start to drive up the pace of business transformation.
“You deliver on that promise of agility, which is really what we need,” he says. “I often say to my colleagues that our number one metric is speed. The business takes availability for granted now – everyone uses cloud platforms and they’re rock solid.
“So, our differentiator now has to be speed – how quickly can we go from someone asking for something to meaningful delivery, and that has forced a complete transformation. Since August last year, we have begun to really see that sense of agility take root. It’s starting to change things and supply predictable delivery to the business.”
A crucial support to Coventry’s digital transformation effort has been MuleSoft’s integration platform. The university is reliant on a range of legacy technologies, including a longstanding student records system. Booth is eager to move away from older technology and is using MuleSoft technology to support his agile business transformation.
“We knew we wanted this integration capability, but what we didn’t know was which system was the best fit for us,” he says. “So, we narrowed it down from 10 to three vendors to do an intensive evaluation. And having done that proof-of-concept work, it allowed us to take the tender to market.
“The reason we chose MuleSoft was because, for us, it was the most complete solution. There’s more of a fully formed house with MuleSoft, whereby you don’t need quite so many people and you’re faster. So, the total cost of ownership – while it’s more expensive in terms of the tin – is much higher in terms of long-term benefits.”
Booth says having a tight grip on integration helps him shift the delivery of technology from large-scale systems to student-focused services. As business requirements change, his IT team can add new elements – and if issues occur in terms of technology provision, they can deal with those too.
“It lets you cut up that monolith a piece at a time,” he says. “So, rather than taking an approach that says, ‘give me money and here’s a new system five years down the track’, I can bring value back into the business sooner. We can start on one project, we can design the service and we can put it in. If we’ve got it wrong, we can change it quickly.
“The technology increases robustness because you’re putting this wrapper around IT, so that if something fails in the back end, the customer doesn’t have to experience that because you can fix it and replay it. So, it all goes towards agility and flexibility and the ability to respond at a decent pace to what the business wants us to do.”
The digital technology that Booth is building is all part of a long-term plan to deliver an increasingly engaged student experience at Coventry. A high level of engagement allows the university to ensure it is delivering the best possible learning outcomes.
“Our mission statement is ‘creating better futures’,” he says. “We’re trying to supply everyone who comes here a better life chance. That’s what we’re trying to do. And to engage students, you need to have systems that supply you a sense of belonging.”
As part of this objective, the university has created student success coaches. These coaches take the engagement data that the IT team collects and work with students to Excellerate their experiences and their chances of getting the best possible degrees.
“They are there to take that engagement pointer from the data and turn that into a human interaction,” says Booth. “It’s really about providing continuous engagement and a continual feedback loop, with the students able to see their own journeys and feel like they belong to a community of learners.”
A driver caught in a police operation aimed at putting the brakes on anti-social road users has been charged under boy-racer legislation.
He was one of the drivers caught up in the police's "Operation Swarm", which led to 150 tickets issued and 15 cars being taken off the road on Saturday night.
On Tuesday, Michael Tucker appeared before the registrar in the Whanganui District Court facing a raft of charges stemming from the organised police sting.
Tucker didn't enter pleas to charges of sustained loss of traction, an offence under 2009 boy racer legislation, two charges of reckless driving, failing to stop for police and possession of an offensive weapon.
The tough laws were introduced to curb illegal street racing, and gave courts the power to destroy an offender's car if they ticked up three convictions within four years.
Offences under the act include racing, driving at excessive speed, and "sustained loss of traction", which included doing burnouts and drifting.
Police officers from right around the Central District converged on Whanganui, along with Ministry of Justice bailiffs and VTNZ vehicle inspectors, for "Operation Swarm" on Saturday night.
Their mission was dubbed a success, with two arrests, 150 tickets issued, 15 unsafe vehicles taken off the road, a further 10 vehicles were impounded, five drink-drivers charged and a stolen car recovered.
Whanganui Area Commander Ross Grantham said up to 450 people from around the district attended the planned event where Tucker was arrested.
Grantham believed the presence of police and other agencies had curbed the behaviour on the night, but vowed to continue targeting the group, which he said created chaos in communities.
"We want to save their lives - they continue to ignore our pleas to be sensible and drive sensibly."
Tucker was remanded to reappear in the Whanganui District Court on August 23.
- Leighton Keith, Open Justice
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"You can enjoy the calm breeze which comes from the paddy field, and it keeps you relaxed at the begining of the day and after hard days work ."While the sunrise and sunset offer perfect relaxation opportunities of the tranquil surroundings and the blaze of colours that fade into the area which surrounds the "Prime Alankara " property provides healthy living for prospective buyers of these plots at the fully developed land area in the extent of 03 acres with unspoiled nature and they will have more privacy to live in a residence at the site without any disturbance, said Ms. Sandamini Perera, Director/CEO of the Prime Group of Companies in an interview with the Sunday Times Free Hold supplement.
With lush green paddy fields adorn both sides of the two kilo meter road leading to truly beautiful location of "Prime Alankara " land area comprising all urban facilities such as Super Markets, Hospitals, International Schools, National schools , Information Technology institutes , Universities , electricity, water , swimming pools and other infrastructure facilities have now been fully developed by a leading real estate company in the island, Prime Lands (Pvt.) Ltd. which is a subsidiary of the Prime Group of companies and a popular firm in the property and land development industry.
Prime Lands (Pvt.) Ltd with a mission "Committed to create a better place on earth" is now offering 30 blocks of land at "Prime Alankara located at Malabe in close proximity to an international school and Sri Lanka Institute of Technology a leading IT training institute in the island. It is located very close to Malabe town, which is the next best preference to Battaramulla. With only a 10 to 15 minute drive from Battaramulla.
"Prime Alankara " a truly beautiful site, with excellent climatic conditions is offered at a very competitive price range, she said. Ms.Sandamini noted that there is a high demand for blocks of land in environmental friendly residential areas such as Malabe where 'Prime Alankara' is located. Already ten of our land plots have been purchased even before its launch and it indicates the interest of buyers for such beautiful location she said. On the other hand people prefers blocks of lands to build houses in areas due to its easy accessibility to the city. She pointed out that this site in Malabe is located very close to Salmal Uyana main bus shelter where plenty of buses are being operated to Colombo and suburbs daily.
Ms.Perera said "In the early morning you will find health conscious citizens walking and jogging along the 2 Kilo meter stretch of road, enjoying the cool breeze blowing across paddy fields 'Prime Alankara' residents can join them in keeping their bodies fit and healthy. Jogging not only provides fitness to the body but it also makes the mind fit. Kite flying is something that is popular among children in the area because of the stretch of open skies." All these things with unspoiled environment add lustre to . "Prime Alankara "he added.
Outlining the progress of the company gained through its efficient and honest and pragmatic business management Mrs. Sandamini Perera, CEO/Director of Prime Lands, said that around 30 land development projects have been completed during the past three months in the backdrop of gradually picking up of real estate business in the country. She said that the company is progressing steadily with several new property development projects in Athurugiriya, Pelawatte, Pannipitiya, Horana, Matara town, Kamburugamuwa, Peradeniya, Kandy, Kurundugahahethamma, and Kalutara Dodangoda .
Prime Lands will handle all necessary documentation in land transactions for the convenience of its customers in addition to its own loan system. It will also be assisting customers to get the necessary bank loans and other banking facilities, she added. She noted that easy payment systems have been introduced by the company with a view to saving customers' time and money. Prime Homes International (Pvt) Ltd: a subsidiary of Prime Group of Companies, was launched in 2006 to provide housing solutions to international standards.
The growing dependence on IT and data services across every industry raises many concerns related to losses, security and unwanted disruptions leading to the requirement of an Incidence Management Software.
Similarly rising incidents of losses related to theft, damage, or other factors across retail and manufacturing industries also drives the market for incidence management software.
Product failures, market shift, workplace violence, poor management activities and transportations delays can occur in any functional organization these days and adversely affect the productivity.
The rising number of such incidences will definitely fuel the demand for Incidence Management Software.
Contrary, the high cost of software – additional expense is preventing small organizations to adopt the solution. Also these softwares are generally complex in nature and requires proper training, to enable operators to use it during emergency situation.
These factors might put some hurdles in the growth of global incidence management software market.
The global economic advancement has increased the value of every second, leading organizations to deploy every possible system/softwares that helps them reduce their unproductive time, henceforth driving the market for Incidence Management Softwares.
Global Incidence Management Software market is segmented into seven key regions, which includes North America (NA), Eastern Europe (EU), Latin America(LA), Western Europe(W.EU), Asia-Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ) , Middle East & Africa (MEA) and Japan. North America which contributes 20% of the World GDP, currently owns the largest market share of Incidence Management Software.
However with significant economic growth, and enormously growing IT and Manufacturing sector, the APEJ nations are next in line and will contribute notably to the growth in the market over the forecast period.
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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC: Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY), the third-largest global x86 server hardware supplier, today announced an update to its flagship portfolio of scalable, high-performance X6 servers along with an array of prequalified ISV enterprise solutions including offerings optimised for SAP® HANA. Updated Lenovo X6 server systems, with just released record-setting performance results, include two Flex System™ X6 Compute Nodes and a pair of System x® rack servers, both managed by Lenovo XClarity™, the company's recently announced systems management offering. These powerful new solutions Excellerate performance and speed deployment of demanding workloads such as cloud, database, ERP, virtualisation, and business analytics.
"The rapid pace of change in today's enterprise data centre environment is stressing infrastructure technologies and IT budgets," said Darrel Ward, vice president, Enterprise Marketing and Storage Business Unit. "Lenovo's new X6 servers provide the performance, agility, and resiliency needed for mission-critical applications, while simultaneously providing your business with the advantage to win in an extremely competitive environment."
Lenovo X6 Rack Servers - Modular 'Book' Architecture
Lenovo's high-performance X6 rack servers, the four-socket Lenovo System x3850 X6 and the eight-socket Lenovo System x3950 X6, feature an award-winning modular design. This highly-flexible design allows for the easy swap-out of Compute Books to accommodate next-generation processors, reducing acquisition costs and eliminating the need to purchase a new server. In addition, this innovative modular architecture allows IT shops to easily upgrade other key components, such as storage, full-height and half-height I/O cards, as well as fans and power supplies, without the cost and disruption of replacing complete systems. This groundbreaking system design also allows for multiple generations of processor technologies to be used in the same chassis.
Armed with the future Intel® Xeon® processor E7-4800 v3 product family, these servers deliver new levels of performance and seamless upgradability, as well as over 50 percent greater performance  than previous-generation systems. With support for DDR4 memory, the latest memory technology, and up to 192 DIMM slots, these systems can power the most memory-intensive workloads, including demanding database and analytics. Advanced reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) features, such as Memory Page Retrieve, Consumed Error Recovery, and Upward Integration Modules, reduce support costs and increase system uptime.
Lenovo Flex System X6 - Scalable Compute Nodes
Lenovo Flex System X6 Compute Nodes , including the Flex System x480 X6, which is scalable to a four-socket system, and the Flex System x880 X6,the first scalable eight-socket Intel Xeon processor-based blade server, offer customers industry-leading performance in a highly-flexible, converged blade architecture designed to grow with your environment. Featuring the future Intel Xeon processor E7-8800/4800 v3 product families, each equipped with up to 144 cores, these enhanced compute nodes deliver faster application performance for workloads that require the highest levels of performance, memory capacity and high resiliency, such as mission-critical databases (both In-Memory and Traditional RDBMS) and analytics.
"We developed the Intel Xeon processor E7 v3 family to deliver the performance, advanced reliability and scalability to meet the demands of enterprise computing and the growth in real-time analytics" said Lisa Spelman, marketing general manager, Intel Data Center Group. "Lenovo's delivery of flexible X6 servers, based on the Intel Xeon processor E7 v3 family, delivers the performance and in-memory capability that make it possible to turn enterprise data explosion into business insight."
SAP HANA Workload Optimised Solutions for the SAP HANA Appliance
Today's new SAP® HANA-optimised solutions, based on Lenovo's System x3850 X6 and System x3950 X6 server platforms, deliver SAP-certified configurations that provide unprecedented performance and scalability. When combined with Lenovo Enterprise Solution Services, these workload-intensive solutions can be operational in just days, helping customers speed deployment of new SAP HANA applications and simplify ongoing management of their SAP HANA infrastructure.
Lenovo also offers SAP solutions in partnership with EMC including:
Additional Prequalified Enterprise ISV Solutions
In addition to SAP and EMC, Lenovo partners with industry leaders such as Microsoft, VMware, and Citrix to offer complete, pretested infrastructure solutions that utilise Lenovo server, storage, and networking hardware. These prequalified solutions simplify and reduce deployment costs, allowing organisations with strained IT resources to focus on the needs of their growing business. Prequalified solutions include:
For more information on Lenovo prequalified enterprise solutions visit this site.
Lenovo XClarity ™ - Simple and Automated Systems Management
Lenovo XClarity is the ideal solution for small-to-large enterprises, service providers, and government organisations. Lenovo XClarity addresses critical customer requirements including the need to centralise and streamline hardware resource management, speed cloud and traditional infrastructure deployments, and enable visibility and control of physical resources from external, higher-level management software tools. The new solution is available in two editions, Lenovo XClarity Administrator and Lenovo XClarity Pro, and supports Lenovo's new high-performance X6 server solutions announced today.
Pricing and Availability
The System x3850 X6 and the System x3950 X6 will be available beginning May 26 and will start at $7,979. The Flex System x480 X6 and Flex System x880 X6 will be available beginning May 27 and will start at $10,415.
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 Based on Intel SPECint estimates.