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  • 1. Part One – Introduction and Bottom Up Stack 10th October 2013 Review Oracle OpenWorld 2013
  • 2. Overview of tonight WO
  • 3. Agenda • 17.00 Welcome & Part 1 (Overview, Innovation, Bottom Up Stack) • 18.15 Dinner • 19.00 Part 2 (Platform Deployment/Admin, Testing, Software Engineering, IdM, Java, UX, ADF, Mobile ) • 20.20 Break • 20.30 Part 3 (REST, BI, WebCenter SOA Suite, BPM ,Miscellaneous, Summary ) • 21.15 Drinks • 21.30 Review from JavaOne (by First8)
  • 4. 4 Oracle OpenWorld conference
  • 5. 5 Just one last thing…
  • 6. 6 The Oracle Strategy (** and every piece of software available from the cloud
  • 7. 7 The Transition • Desktop => Mobile • On Premise => Cloud • Database managed data => BigData & Hadoop • Oracle is making that transition – last 2 or 3 years and still working on it – convergence is starting – reaping the first benefits
  • 8. 8 IoT
  • 9. 9 New theme (that brings it all together)
  • 10. 10 The V-factor: Volume, Velocity, Variety => Value
  • 11. 11 Oracle Stack for IoT
  • 12. 12 Learn from the master…
  • 13. 13 Big News…
  • 14. 14 Oracle Database In Memory Option
  • 15. 15 Oracle wants to lead in…
  • 16. 16 Announcements • Sparc M6-32 Memory Monster Machine • Backup Logging & Recovery Appliance • Cloud: – DB as an Instance, WLS as an Instance, Managed IaaS – 3rd party public clouds are acknowledged (Microsoft Azure with Oracle images) – Storage and Compute Services (similar to Amazon S3 and EC2) – Document Service, Developer Service, more PaaS services – Oracle Cloud Marketplace: channel to distribute apps that interact with Oracle Cloud • Mobile: – Rebrand ADF Mobile as Oracle Mobile Framework? – Mobile Platform Cloud Service – IdM for management of Mobile Devices & Identity Management Cloud Service • BigData – BigSQL – SQL and R from the database against data in Hadoop • Applications – ERP applications are available on the Cloud – Fusion Applications R7, EBS 12.2
  • 17. Overall release roadmap 2011 2012 2013 2014 Database Fusion Middleware Java 12c R1 PS 6 12c 12.1.2 PS 7 PS 8? - WebLogic PS 5 12c R1 PS 5 Support until 2018/21 12c 12.1.2 10.3.6 - ME, SE & FX - EE EE 7 PS 9? 12c 12.1.3 12c R1 12.1.0.2 12c 12.1.3 ME 8 incl FX8 Only ADF & Coherence SOA Suite, BPM, ODI Some Java EE 7 APIs More Java EE 7 APIs SE 8
  • 18. Overall release roadmap 2011 2012 2013 2014 Database Fusion Middleware Java 12c R1 PS 6 12c 12.1.2 PS 7 PS 8? - WebLogic PS 5 12c R1 PS 5 Support until 2018/21 12c 12.1.2 10.3.6 - ME, SE & FX - EE EE 7 PS 9? 12c 12.1.3 12c R1 12.1.0.2 12c 12.1.3 ME 8 incl FX8 Only ADF & Coherence SOA Suite, BPM, ODI Some Java EE 7 APIs More Java EE 7 APIs SE 8
  • 19. OOW van een andere kant….. INNOVATIETOUR • Waar gebeuren innovaties? • Hoe stimuleer je het?
  • 20. Innovatietour
  • 21. Silicon Valley is no longer about financing, It is about disrupting existing business models - The Techshop The New Normal – Peter Hinssen Over 35 of age you must wonder if you can still keep up ….. Tesla is an IT company building cars… We need patents to protect our business - Type A Machines Van de 100 NL bedrijven die hier heen komen worden er 1 a 2 serieus genomen…! -Hugo van Meijenfeldt- Consul Generaal NL Multitasking is not advantagous at all Prof. Clifford Nass- Stanford University
  • 22. Wat delen ze….. Er is nog volop ruimte en geld om te innoveren Geld is redelijk makkelijk te bereiken…. Crowdsourcing is basis voor nieuwe ideeën en financiering Agile werken bevordert creatief werken Falen is goed Niets proberen niet… Allemaal hebben ze heldere en simpele missie Elk idee is haalbaar! Niets is te gek ..!
  • 23. Innovatie makkelijk gemaakt Fitness club model 125$ per maand ‘Weekend Warriors’
  • 24. Netwerken is samenwerken Samenwerken is netwerkenInnovatie is AGILE
  • 25. Conclusies..? Tja… Heeft Nederland een innovatie klimaat? Is dit nog wel rol overheid? Wat kan bedrijfsleven doen? Maar vooral veel inspiratie!
  • 26. 27 Oracle Services
  • 27. 28 Oracle Services Offering
  • 28. 29 Infrastructure as a Service • Engineered Systems on Demand • CPU Capacity on Demand • Monthly pricing • On-premise or Cloud Offering • Elastic Capacity • Elastic IP Addresses • High Availability • Dynamic Storage • Pay as you Go • Platinum (Plus) Support Services HARDWARE • Oracle Exadata Database Machine (excluding Eighth Rack) • Oracle Exadata Storage Expansion • Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud • Oracle Big Data Appliance • Oracle SuperClusters • Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine • Sun ZFS Backup Appliance
  • 29. 30 Database as a Service • Bring your own Licenses • Licenses all in • Also on Windows Azure – Database Templates – Oracle Linux / Windows etc.
  • 30. 31 Old & New
  • 31. 32 Beta / Preview http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/multitenant/downloads/multiten ant-pdbss-2016324.html
  • 32. 33 Database as a Service (1)
  • 33. 34 Database as a Service (2)
  • 34. 35 Database as a Service (3)
  • 35. 36 Oracle Hardware
  • 36. 37 Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance …Just before OOW… Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance • Oracle VM (Linux) up to 128 vCPU’s • Guest OS: Oracle Linux, Solaris, Windows…(Intel) • Pluggable / Template Driven • Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance • Virtual Network Manager (XSigo) Each compute node runs Oracle VM Server for x86 to provide server virtualization. The base rack contains 2 compute nodes and can support a maximum of 25 compute nodes
  • 37. 38 Be aware of your Twitter…
  • 38. 39 A “BIG” One…
  • 39. 40 Oracle SPARC M6-32 • SPARC M6 - 12-core processor 3.6Ghz • Max 32 Processors, up to 384 processor cores with 8-threads per core • 32 terabytes of system memory • Shared 48 MB level 3 cache • Zones / Oracle VM • Oracle / SAP / JBoss / IBM DB2 / Sybase IQ This allows customers to analyze unprecedented volumes of data in real-time to create forecasting models and "what-if" scenarios to better understand and manage their business. Redesigning specific modules in its ERP stack, including Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and Siebel applications by adding new in-memory analytic features.
  • 40. 41 One marked with a “B”
  • 41. 42 Oracle Database Backup Logging Recovery Appliance …what’s in a name… Oracle Database Backup Logging Recovery Appliance Innovative Delta Push technology ships all database changes and redo log data to the appliance in real-time, reducing data loss exposure to sub-seconds. • Send only changed database data to the appliance • Validates and compresses the change data it receives • Optional tape integration sends backups directly from the appliance to tape Data Guard Fast Sync technology?
  • 42. 43 Oracle Database (new!)
  • 43. 44 Row based EMPNO ENAME DIGID DATE 1218 AMIS 1991
  • 44. 45 Row based EMPNO ENAME DIGID DATE 1218 AMIS 1991
  • 45. 46 Row based EMPNO ENAME DIGID DATE 1218 AMIS 1991
  • 46. 47 Row based EMPNO ENAME DIGID DATE 1218 AMIS 1991
  • 47. 48 Ideal / optimized for relational EMPNO ENAME DIGID DATE 1218 AMIS 1991
  • 48. 49 But what if… EMPNO ENAME DIGID DATE 012345 123456 234567 345678 1218 AMIS 456789 1991 567890 678901 789012 890123 021345
  • 49. 50 In Memory Database – Why?
  • 50. 51 In Memory Database – How?
  • 51. 52 Scan rate per CPU
  • 52. 53 Analytical indexes not needed
  • 53. 54 Example – Sales in Stores
  • 54. 55 Transparent!
  • 55. 56 Parameters...?
  • 56. 57 Native JSON Database Functionality
  • 57. 58 No new (JSON) datatype
  • 58. 59 JSON_TABLE, JSON_QUERY, JSON_EXISTS, JSON_VALUE
  • 59. 60 (col varchar2(4000) constraint jc check (col is JSON)
  • 60. 61 “Big” Data
  • 61. 62 All quiet on the BIG data front? • Hadoop in the 12c database – New…? New ! – Just like 12c itself, introduced without much fuss • Oracle noSQL ? • Oracle R Enterprise ? • Big Data Connectors – Oracle SQL Connector for Hadoop Distributed File System Using Oracle SQL Connector for HDFS, you can use Oracle Database to access and analyze data residing in HDFS files or a Hive table. You can also query and join data in HDFS or a Hive table with other database-resident data. If required, you can also load data into the database using SQL. – Oracle XQuery for Hadoop…(new!)
  • 62. 63 XQuery for Hadoop
  • 63. 64 XQuery for Hadoop
  • 64. 65