Benchmarking I/O with Oracle ORION is an important part of planning, baselining, and performance-tuning Oracle environments. I've previously provided ORION results for the hi1.4xlarge SSD-backed instance class, and based on some recent work, I wanted to provide an update for the newer hs1.8xlarge instance class. Below you'll find hs1.8xlarge Oracle ORION benchmark results with the following
Automating Oracle Database deployment with Amazon Web Services, fabric, and boto – SEMOP Talk, Feb 12, 2013
I'll be giving a talk tonight on automated Oracle database deployment at the SouthEast Michigan Oracle Professionals (SEMOP) Meetup Group. While I'll be following up on this post later, I wanted to share the slides and Github repository for participants to follow along: Automating Oracle Database deployment with Amazon Web Services, fabric, and boto from mjbommar Github
In a typical Oracle database implementation, you'll want to baseline or benchmark your storage. The storage team will hand over, and you'll run a battery of tests using software like bonnie++ or ORION. You'll make sure that the results are in-line with requirements and expectations. What if you are implementing said database on
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