Last year , Oracle launched Oracle NoSQL to address the need of Big Data and analytics. Since then this commercial grade solution has been deployed on Cisco UCS, taking advantage on the high level of performances, and RAS capabilities of this game changer.
At Oracle OpenWorld, I met both Ashok Joshi , Oracle Senior Director NoSQL Database Development and Raghunath Nambiar , Cisco Distinguished Engineer UCS who had together a well attended session on Tuesday to present the powerful combination of NoSQL running on Cisco UCS – Check below the rich content slide deck .
In this short video, Asho Joshi explained us what are the benefits of a a commercial grade solution, as opposed to an open source, highlighting not only the cost reduction and cost containment, but also the promise of business continuity with multiple data center support, thanks to the computing and networking capabilitie provided by Cisco
At the speaking session, Raghunath described the huge momentum of Cisco UCS, which is now with close to 16,000 unique customers, present in more than half of all Fortune 500 customers data centers.
Check slide 5 for more details on the growth , and financial results of a platform which benefits today from over 2600 Channel partners actively selling it .
Slides 8 to 12 present the 65 world -record benchmarks generated by this new breed of server, and more precisely detailed the Oracle Application Standard and TPC-C benchmarks announced at OOW 2012 .
In the following slides you will find information on Cisco footprint in the Big Data Market, with more details on Cisco UCS configurations for NoSQL Database.
The last set of slides introduce you to NoSQL Database detailing technology and use cases.
Stay tuned for more information on this blog on Cisco Oracle partnership : How we extend with EMC , Intel and NetAPP our support to the Oracle world , but also more information on Cisco and Big Data with additional solutions such as Tidal Enterprise Scheduler ..
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