Oracle on Nutanix

  • 21 September 2021
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Digital transformation demands that IT services become more agile, shorten application deployment time and increase scalability. Designed to run any application, Nutanix software converges storage and computation, eliminating the complexity of separate standalone storage solutions. Nutanix Supports VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V and Nutanix AHV, allowing you to choose the right hypervisor for your needs.


Using the advanced storage functionality of Nutanix Volumes, your workloads get all the foundational Nutanix benefits, such as backup and recovery, disaster recovery, snapshots, clones and high performance. 


Running Oracle on Nutanix offers several advantages.


  • Simplicity

    • You can deploy your database in minutes with Nutanix Era, which means a shorter time to production. 

    • Era also simplifies management with a single management pane and one-click life-cycle management (LCM) that includes database patching. With Era, you don’t have to worry about SAN management tasks such as multipathing, zoning or masking.


  • Fault-tolerant platform

    • Nutanix uses high availability and data redundancy to withstand software and hardware failures, allowing your oracle database to stay up and running even if the underlying hardware has issues.


  • Enterprise-grade performance

    • Nutanix provides I/O latency of less than a millisecond and predictable performance, while supporting a wide range of transactional and analytical database workloads, including Oracle Automatic Storage Management (ASM) and Oracle RAC.


  • Scalability

    • With the Nutanix solution, you can start small and scale performance and capacity non-disruptively as your needs grow


  • Enterprise-grade disaster recovery

    • In addition to Oracle’s native data protection capabilities, Nutanix offers integrated snapshots, remote replication and metro-level availability to protect the data.


For more info, please refer to Oracle on Nutanix


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