Senior Staff Solution Architect & Global Oracle Practice Lead
Enabling and sustaining the highest possible performance along with continued application availability is a major goal for all mission critical applications in order to meet the demanding business SLA’s. Harnessing key features in the latest vSphere release 7.0 U1 including Persistent memory, Para Virtualized RDMA , 1GB Huge Pages, vNVME Controll ers, Improved Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS), Assignable Hardware, Refactored vMotion etc helps achieve those stringent business goals. This session discusses accelerating Oracle Enterprise IO intensive workloads with vSphere 7.0 new features enhancing high availability, faster data loading etc and share key considerations and lessons learned.
It is a formidable task to ensure Business Critical Applications meet business SLA’s within the given RTO/RPO and this requires simplifying, standardizing and automating the deployment and configuration along with providing HA and DR these critical applications to meet the above business objectives. VMware Hybrid Cloud which includes VMware Cloud on AWS and Oracle Cloud VMware Solution (OCVS) provides consistent and interoperable infrastructure and services between VMware-based datacenters and the Public cloud, which minimizes the complexity and associated risks of managing diverse environments. This session will show the lifecycle of BCA workloads from on-premises to VMware Hybrid Cloud platform (VMware Cloud on AWS, Azure VMware Solution (AVS), Google Cloud VMware Engine (GCVE), Oracle Cloud VMware Solution (OCVS) etc.) . This includes the methodology of migrating Oracle BCA from a Physical architecture (Big Endian), Engineered Systems or non-VMware virtual platform to VMware Hybrid Cloud with all best practices. This session will also show providing HA and DR across multi-AZ using Stretched Clusters for VMware Cloud on AWS for all cloud use cases.