Oracle Launches Cloud Computing Hardware. The SPARC M6-32 and SuperCluster M6-32

In efforts to continuously come up with more innovative solutions in cloud computing, Oracle has just launched its two systems – SPARC M6-32 server and Oracle Super Cluster M6-32 engineered system at the just concluded Oracle Open World which took place in San Francisco USA.

SPARC M6-32 : Extreme performance levels with up to 32 TB of system memory to host entire applications and databases in memory

SPARC M6-32 : Extreme performance levels with up to 32 TB of system memory to host entire applications and databases in memory

The two systems are set to increase business IT capacity and add capabilities on the fly as a result of their better price and performance as compared to other rival solutions in the market.

“The SPARC M6-32 server and SuperCluster M6-32 fundamentally change data center economics by combining high end computing performance and availability with the cost efficiency of entry level servers.”

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John Fowler, Executive Vice President – Oracle

The massive memory of the SPARC M6-32 combined with its comprehensive,  zero-overhead, no-cost virtualization capabilities; make it an ideal consolidation platform for businesses in terms of mission-critical workloads.

According to Mr. Fowler, the SPARC M6-32 can run entire business applications and databases in memory and can deliver up to 7x better database performance when using in-memory computing, compared to standard practices.

SuperCluster M6-32 : Outstanding scalability and performance for all database and application workloads

SuperCluster M6-32 : Outstanding scalability and performance for all database and application workloads

The Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 is Oracle’s fastest and most scalable engineered system. It is ideal for running mission- critical database and applications in memory and consolidating the largest workloads. The M6-32 delivers the highest consolidation ratios, availability and serviceability with breakthrough price/performance

Download SPARC M6-32 Data Sheet here

Learn more about the Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 here