Oracle Server Hardware Reference ( 3D View)

We are living in a trend of remote System Administration and in real-time we rarely touch and feel a server that we are managing for 24×7 ( 24 Hours a Day and 7 days a Week). Although we don’t really deal with our servers physically,  it is always better to know about the hardware that we have to support remotely. The Physical Server hardware awareness helps us for quick decision-making during the hardware troubleshooting. 

A decade ago, when I was learning my system administration course,  the most challenging task for me is imagine about how a real-time servers looks like and  how those servers are different from regular PCs. I couldn’t touch and feel a real server until I joined to my first job as UNIX admin and the server is Enterprise 450 ( a real elephant in shape and weight).

Today, Sysadmin learners are lucky enough to watch the real-time servers before they actually work on it, and the courtesy and credit goes to Oracle. Below are some of the important and powerful servers from oracle which are available in market for mission critical UNIX environment.

 

 

SPARC SERVERS in 3D View

   SPARC Enterprise M9000-64

   SPARC Enterprise M5000

   SPARC T4-1

   SPARC T4-2

   SPARC T4-1B

   SPARC T4-4

 

SUN X86 SERVERS in 3D View

   Sun Server X3-2 System (formerly Sun Fire X4170 M3 Server)

   Sun Server X3-2L System (formerly Sun Fire X4270 M3 Server)

   Sun Server X2-8 System (formerly Sun Fire X4800 M2 Server)

   Sun Server X2-4 System (formerly Sun Fire X4470 M2 Server)

 

Oracle NAS Storage in 3D View

   Sun ZFS Storage 7420 Appliance

 

ORACLE SAN Storage in 3D View 

   PIllar Axiom 600 Storage System

   Sun Storage 2500-M2

 

SUN TAPE STORAGE in 3D view

   StorageTek SL8500 Modular Library System

   StorageTek SL3000 Modular Library System

   StorageTek SL150 Modular Tape Library

 

Sun Blade 6000 Modular Systems in 3D View

   Sun Blade 6000 Modular System

   Sun Blade X3-2B (formerly Sun Blade X6270 M3) Server Module

 

ORACLE Engineered Servers in 3D View

    Oracle Exadata X2-2

   Oracle Exadata X2-8

   Oracle Exalogic

   Oracle Exalytics

   Oracle Database Appliance

   SPARC SuperCluster T4-4

   Oracle Big Data

 

Note : Click on each Server to Watch 3D, and please be patient while it loads the View. This post is just for quick reference for new learners, and all these links are directly available from Oracle official website.

 

 

 

 

Ramdev

Ramdev

I have started unixadminschool.com ( aka gurkulindia.com) in 2009 as my own personal reference blog, and later sometime i have realized that my leanings might be helpful for other unixadmins if I manage my knowledge-base in more user friendly format. And the result is today's' unixadminschool.com. You can connect me at - https://www.linkedin.com/in/unixadminschool/

10 Responses

  1. vinod says:

    WOW….Thanks you very much….Liked to see a sever like this….Need to see HP servers also :)

  2. prajwala says:

    Hi Ram. I have Sony laptop. I want to practise veritas cluster. Would you provide any software to create the cluster environment.  Thanks

  3. Ramdev Ramdev says:

    Prajwala, Yes, you can prepare your lab with virtualbox ( virtualbox.org) and evalution version for vcs software from symantec.  Just play around virtualbox first, then slowly you will get the familiarity with the way the network works in virtualbox, that is important to understand cluster connections on virtual setup.

  4. Pradeep says:

    Hi Ram,

    Please include T5-2, T5-4 ,T5-8 , M5-32 Oracle Servers and Fujitsu M10-1, M10-4 and M10-4s too.

    Regards

  5. Swamy says:

    Hi Ram,

    Could you please update info with which model is using which type of console

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