Oracle Unveils New ZFS NAS System for Database-level Storage

KUALA LUMPUR, 17 December 2014 (Wed): Oracle Corporation, the world’s leading IT solutions provider, has launched its Oracle ZFS Storage ZS4-4 to deliver new capabilities for Oracle Database 12c environments.

Oracle ZFS Storage ZS4-4 is built on the industry’s only in-memory, DRAM-based Hybrid Storage Pool architecture and superior multi-threaded symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) OS to provide up to 90 percent of system I/O delivered from memory. As a result, customers can significantly accelerate application performance.

Oracle’s vice president for Storage Software, Scott Tracy shares that Oracle ZFS Storage ZS4-4 extends Oracle Database with unparalleled visibility into its performance and storage requirements.

“With analytics for pluggable databases, self-tuning capabilities and policy-based deep compression to maximize infrastructure investments for Oracle Database 12c, organizations can further accelerate their time-critical business decisions.” Tracy adds.

Oracle ZFS Storage ZS4-4 provides pluggable database-level visibility and at the same time, the Oracle storage solution turbocharges greater amounts of data at in-memory speeds and doubling the performance of its predecessor. ZFS Storage ZS4-4 has more DRAM than most NAS Systems have in flash.

Oracle’s NAS systems have been widely adopted by a majority of the Fortune 100 companies, 9 of the 10 top telecommunications companies and 5 of the 5 top semiconductor companies.

He ends, “Oracle ZFS Storage ZS4-4 reinforces the fact that Oracle ZFS Storage Appliances are the only NAS option for Oracle Database 12c customers who want the speed, efficiency and manageability that comes with co-engineered hardware and software.”

Author: VSDaily Editor

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