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Oracle Database Appliance X6-2M - Xeon E5-2630V4 - 256 GB - 960 GB

Mfg. Part: 7114141 | CDW Part: 4222745 | UNSPSC: 43211501
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  • Server
  • rack-mountable
  • 1U
  • 2-way
  • 2 x Xeon E5-2630V4
  • RAM 256 GB
  • HDD 2 x 480 GB
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Server
  • rack-mountable
  • 1U
  • 2-way
  • 2 x Xeon E5-2630V4
  • RAM 256 GB
  • HDD 2 x 480 GB
  • GigE
  • 10 GigE
  • Oracle Linux
  • monitor: none
Oracle Database Appliance X6-2M simplifies deployment and is optimized to run multiple databases.

Technical Specifications
Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
Cache Memory
Installed Size: 50 MB
Per Processor Size: 25 MB
Type: L3 cache

Chassis
Form Factor: Rack-mountable
Manufacturer Form Factor: Rack-mountable

Dimensions & Weight
Depth: 29 in
Height: 1.7 in
Weight: 35.49 lbs
Width: 17.2 in

Display
Type: None.

Environmental Parameters
Humidity Range Operating: 10 - 90% (non-condensing)
Max Operating Temperature: 95 °F
Min Operating Temperature: 41 °F

Expansion Slots
Type: CPU



Type: PCIe 3.0

Hard Drive
Installed Qty: 2
Interface Class: Serial ATA
Type: HDD

Header
Brand: Oracle
Compatibility: PC
Manufacturer: Sun Microsystems
Model: X6-2M
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: Oracle Database Appliance

Interface Provided
Location: 2 front, 2 rear
Qty: 4
Type: USB 2.0



Type: LAN (10Gigabit Ethernet)



Qty: 1
Type: VGA



Type: Management (NIC)



Type: Management (serial)

Miscellaneous
Color Category: Silver
Compliant Standards: BIS , BSMI , CB , CCC , EMC , EMC 2004/108/EC , EN 55024 , EN 60950-1:2006 , EN 61000-3-2 , EN 61000-3-3 , EN55022 , FCC CFR47 Part 15 , FIPS 140-2 , ICES-003 , IEC 60950-1 , LVD 2006/95/EC , MSIP , NRTL , RCM , RoHS 2011/65/EU , UL/CSA60950-1 , VCCI , WEEE 2012/19/EU
Height (Rack Units): 1
Included Accessories: Rack sliding rails

Networking
Data Link Protocol: 10 Gigabit Ethernet , Fast Ethernet , Gigabit Ethernet
Ethernet Ports: 4 x 10 Gigabit Ethernet
Remote Management Protocol: SNMP 1 , SNMP 2c

OS Provided
Family: Linux
Type: Oracle Linux

Power Device
Installed Qty: 2
Nominal Voltage: AC 120/230 V
Power Redundancy: Yes
Type: Power supply - hot-plug

Printer
Type: None

Processor
Installed Qty: 2
Manufacturer: Intel
Max Supported Qty: 2
Number of Cores: 10-core
Processor Number: E5-2630V4
Server Scalability: 2-way
Type: Xeon

RAM
Configuration Features: 8 x 32 GB
Installed Size: 256 GB
Max Supported Size: 768 GB
Technology: DDR4 SDRAM

Slot Provided
Free Qty: 2
Total Qty: 2



Total Qty: 4

Software
Type: Oracle Appliance Manager

Storage Controller
Type: Serial ATA

Storage Hard Drive
Capacity: 480 GB

System
Hard Drive Capacity: 960 GB
Type: Server

Video Memory
Installed Size: 8 MB

Video Output
Video Interfaces: VGA

Product Reviews
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 32reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by All queries see a read consistent view of the database so that readers do not block writers and vice versa. I've encountered bugs with the implementation of optional features. Valuable Features:Oracle is the premier relational database platform for enterprise environments. Any organization that purchases enterprise applications will likely have Oracle in place since so many applications require or prefer it.The most valuable features of Oracle database from my perspective are:* Read consistency (all queries see a read consistent view of the database so that readers do not block writers and vice versa).* Data Guard: standby database, with options for maximum performance, availability and protection. I use it in full-synchronous mode to ensure a “hot standby” is available with zero data loss.* Ability to run non-Windows OS, particularly Linux.* Ability to monitor and tune; lots of instrumentation built in.Room for Improvement:Oracle Database is a big, complex technology stack with many options, features, management packs, etc. The base product (Oracle Database Enterprise Edition) is generally rock solid. Some of the oldest, most mature options are also quite reliable (example: Partitioning option). However, most of the other optional products create additional issues. Almost every time I have pursued the implementation of an optional feature I have encountered bugs, limitations or other unexpected behavior.I would like to see Oracle follow a model like Microsoft’s SQL Server Enterprise Edition, where all products and features are included by default. There are no “options” you can purchase with SQL Server EE. It seems like one of the results of Oracle’s plethora of optional offerings is confusion and quality issues.Use of Solution:I've been using Database for over 20 years. There are many additional options and management packs (examples: Partitioning, Tuning Pack, Diagnostics Pack, Lifecycle Management Pack, Active Data Guard, Advanced Compression, Advanced Security, RAC, etc.).Deployment Issues:A “simple” deployment of just Oracle Database Enterprise Edition is generally a trouble-free activity, albeit still tedious. The RDBMS kernel is perhaps the most mature on the market (Oracle and IBM’s DB2 were released about the same time).Stability Issues:It is one of the most stable solutions on the market.Scalability Issues:There are no issues with scaling it.Technical Support:Technical support is very good. I don’t use Oracle Support often to open a new case. Questions and issues I have are most often answered via the support portal. On the rare occasion a new service request is opened, I find the responses timely and helpful.Previous Solutions:In the past, I have used RAC (and before that OPS, its ancestor). In general, like most shared clustering technologies, the “solution” creates more problems than it solves. RAC’s complexity level requires full-time attention in my opinion. I abandoned the option in favor of VMware and virtual servers, which cover availability from a hardware-loss perspective. In cases where more availability is needed, the Data Guard option is sufficient and MUCH simpler to configure and use.I started with IBM’s DB2 and used SQL Server (Sybase initially, then Microsoft SQL Server after they split in the 90’s) before Oracle, so have used and evaluated all three of the major RDBMS vendors. I no longer use DB2 because the platform it was on (mainframe) was retired, but I still actively use Microsoft SQL Server.Both products have their place. I prefer SQL Server for the smaller, departmental applications and Microsoft-related back-office applications due to its ease of deployment and management. I prefer Oracle for most enterprise-scale applications due to its overall strength in this area (performance, scalability, availability) and ability to run on a non-Windows OS (we use Linux exclusively).Initial Setup:Oracle is a complex product, there is no way around that. Compared to Microsoft SQL Server, which can be installed with a few mouse clicks, Oracle takes planning, preparation and significantly more time and expertise.Implementation Team:We have always installed, configured, and managed Oracle with in-house personnel. I would not recommend outsourcing the implementation unless all support for the product were being outsourced. Oracle database requires expertise and constant attention. If an organization intends to support it internally, the personnel responsible for that support need to be the same that install and configure it.ROI:Oracle is very expensive. No organization that didn’t “have to” use Oracle would do so. If I were in a small business or an organization that did all of its own applications development, I would avoid Oracle simply due to its cost. Other databases on the market would suffice in those scenarios. Any medium-to-large business will probably not be able to avoid using Oracle database. I don’t think there is an ROI to calculate, but rather a sunk cost in doing business. My advice would be to limit the number of options and features and go with the bare minimum needed to support the needed applications.Other Advice:The technology behind the base RDBMS is excellent, probably the best on the market, but its cost and complexity are negatives. The personnel who will support need to get formal training and need to be dedicated database administrators. A part-time DBA will not be sufficient for anything more than a trivial deployment.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. October 3, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Review about Oracle Database Valuable Features:Data Encrypton, Easy ConnectivityDisclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. October 2, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Review about Oracle Database Valuable Features:Scalability, security, concurrencyImprovements to My Organization:As the data was growing it was still able to deliver the performanceDisclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. October 1, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Review about Oracle Database Room for Improvement:More aspects of the product should become part of the Enterprise Edition rather than add-on costs.Customer Service:Its about half and half.Technical Support:On some aspects it is very good but on others, it is extremely lackingDisclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. October 1, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Review about Oracle Database Valuable Features:All the features of Oracle Database including RAC ,Dataguard , Partitioning , TOolsImprovements to My Organization:Very UsefulRoom for Improvement:Better Customer support to get the patches very fastUse of Solution:10yearsDeployment Issues:Not specificScalability Issues:NoDisclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. September 30, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Review about Oracle Database Valuable Features:perofrmance. and developer friendly.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. September 30, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Review about Oracle Database Valuable Features:flashbackImprovements to My Organization:noRoom for Improvement:noiUse of Solution:15yearsDeployment Issues:noStability Issues:noScalability Issues:yesCustomer Service:yes alwaysTechnical Support:very poorPrevious Solutions:naInitial Setup:easyImplementation Team:in houseROI:okCost and Licensing Advice:yesOther Solutions Considered:yesOther Advice:noDisclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. September 24, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Review about Oracle Database Valuable Features:Oracle RMAN, FLASHBACK, ORACLE SECURE BACKUPImprovements to My Organization:SecurityRoom for Improvement:Oracle BackupDeployment Issues:noStability Issues:noScalability Issues:noCustomer Service:100 %Technical Support:fullPrevious Solutions:yesImplementation Team:yesROI:Director DatabaseCost and Licensing Advice:Oracle VendorsOther Solutions Considered:NoDisclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions. September 24, 2016
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