September 25, 2008
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 24 -- In a keynote address to nearly 43,000 OpenWorld attendees, Oracle Chief Executive Officer Larry Ellison unveiled the HP Oracle Database Machine, a system designed for extreme performance data warehouses.
The HP Oracle Database Machine consists of a grid of Oracle Database Servers and a grid of new Oracle Exadata Storage Servers packaged in a single rack ordered as a complete system from Oracle.
The latest offering resulting from Oracle's and HP's long-time engineering relationship, Oracle Exadata Storage Servers break the performance bottleneck between database servers and conventional storage by shipping less data through larger pipes.
No changes are required to existing queries or business intelligence applications to deliver extreme performance for large Oracle data warehouses.
Oracle Exadata Product Family
The product family consists of two components:
"For the first time, customers can get smart performance storage designed for Oracle data warehouses, that is ten times faster," said Ellison.
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