Thursday, May 1, 2008


Sun's Reference Architecture for Oracle 11g Grid is a portfolio of Sun and third-party products designed to reduce the risks, uncertainty, and costs associated with implementing an Oracle database within a grid computing environment. Designed, tested, implemented, and tuned at the Sun Competency Center for Oracle in Menlo Park, California, the reference architecture consists of recommended, integrated hardware and software stacks for a proven grid database solution. Along with this architecture, Sun provides a best practices framework for obtaining optimal performance, availability, and resiliency.

The most compelling benefits of Sun's Reference Architecture for Oracle 11g Grid come not from the individual components, but from the ability to integrate complementary elements - whether they come from Sun or another vendor. The combination of Sun Fire x64 servers with AMD Opteron processors and Cisco InfiniBand technology ensures higher database throughput, while the adoption of Solaris Cluster Advanced Edition for RAC enhances the reliability and availability of Oracle RAC 11g. The result is a solution that can help deliver the highest service levels and satisfy the most demanding business requirements of a database grid.

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