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Oracle FS1 series claims to outperform EMC XtremIO

Transcending the limitations of existing all-flash storage arrays,
the new Oracle FS1 Series flash storage system, if the company has to be believed, scales to petabytes of
all-flash capacity while delivering a multitude of innovations
designed to take flash technology to new extremes. Users of Oracle
Applications including Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle’s
PeopleSoft, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and Siebel applications can now
benefit from one-click application storage provisioning that

Transcending the limitations of existing all-flash storage arrays,
the new Oracle FS1 Series flash storage system, if the company has to be believed, scales to petabytes of
all-flash capacity while delivering a multitude of innovations
designed to take flash technology to new extremes. Users of Oracle
Applications including Oracle E-Business Suite and Oracle’s
PeopleSoft, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and Siebel applications can now
benefit from one-click application storage provisioning that
simplifies deployment and automates complex manual tuning and
administration, says a statement from Oracle.

Users also benefit from the new system’s QoS Plus software, the
most intelligent management framework in the industry, delivering
adaptive and anticipatory storage resources with rapid learning and
highly granular data tiering. QoS Plus combines business priorities
with data usage to determine data placement across four tiers of
storage media, delivering performance optimization at the lowest cost
metric.

Built on Oracle’s five generations of flash expertise and
innovations such as Oracle Exadata and the first flash-aware
database, Oracle Database 11g Release 2, the Oracle FS1 Series
is co-engineered with Oracle servers, operating systems,
applications, and databases for maximum operational efficiency.
Unlike most competitors’ all-flash arrays, the Oracle FS1 Series
gives enterprises the option to exploit the economics of hard disk
without affecting the predictable performance expected from an
all-flash array.

“With over 164,000 affiliated companies, Groupe AGRICA serves
more than 1.45 million subscribers and clients with pension and
insurance products. Business continuity is critical to us,” said
Julien Mousqueton, CTO, Groupe AGRICA. “We are extremely pleased
with our experience with the new Oracle FS1 flash storage system and
will be deploying it as the foundation of our virtualized, highly
available private cloud infrastructure. FS1 will enable us to
standardize on an intelligent storage platform that simplifies
storage services and SLA management for our private cloud to support
our company’s future growth.”

“Keolis is France’s largest private sector transport group.
As such, we need a high performance and highly available storage
infrastructure to support all of our booking and ticketing systems,
communications, passenger information and video security systems in a
heavily virtualized environment,” said Olivier Parcollet,
information system architect, Keolis. “We are impressed with the
Oracle FS1 flash storage system’s performance and ease of deployment
with our current infrastructure. To protect our data, we plan to
implement a three-way disaster recovery configuration based on FS1 as
a highly scalable storage platform combined with the FS1
high-availability data-replication features.”

“The Oracle FS1 Series marks the emergence of a new class of
application-engineered storage that eclipses SAN solutions from EMC,
NetApp, HP, and IBM. It enables our customers to use business
priorities to drive their IT investments instead of IT limiting their
business potential,” said Mike Workman, senior vice president,
Oracle Storage.

“The Oracle FS1 Series is designed from the ground up to
optimize and automate the use of high-performance flash storage
technologies to support the demanding and varied workloads in today’s
dynamic data centers. When combined with Oracle Database technologies
such as Hybrid Columnar Compression, Automatic Data Optimization, and
Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle FS1 Series systems will enable our
customers to achieve dramatic reductions in capital expenditures and
greater operational efficiencies.”

 

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