Latest Update Provides New ZFS Capabilities, New Hardware Support and Performance Enhancements
Redwood Shores, Calif. – September 15, 2011
Oracle today announced immediate availability of Oracle Solaris 10 8/11 (www.oracle.com/solaris) .
Oracle Solaris 10 8/11 provides enhancements to Oracle Solaris ZFS and Oracle Solaris install technologies, advanced support for the latest SPARC and x86 systems and Oracle Database 11g (www.oracle.com/us/products/database/index.html) performance improvements.
Oracle Solaris is the #1 enterprise operating system, providing mission-critical availability, security and performance on both SPARC and x86 systems.
Oracle Solaris is developed, tested and supported as an integrated component of Oracle's "applications-to-disk" technology stack, which includes the Oracle Certification Environment, representing over 50,000 test use cases for every Oracle Solaris patch and platform released.
The Oracle Solaris 10 8/11 update includes new features, fixes and hardware support, in an easy-to-install manner and preserves the Oracle Solaris Binary Application Guarantee Program to guarantee binary compatibility with older Oracle Solaris releases.
Oracle Solaris provides customers with the most choice in supported enterprise applications with over 11,000 third-party applications on more than 1,000 SPARC and x86 systems.
Oracle Solaris 10 8/11 features include:
Advances in the Oracle Solaris ZFS provide customers with new tools that make it possible to standardize on ZFS as a root file system across all their Oracle Solaris 10 systems while delivering industry leading data management with unique built in features like de-duplication, snapshots and cloning.
Ability to install a system from an Oracle Solaris ZFS Flash Archive, either on bare metal or with Oracle Solaris Live Upgrade, providing additional options for fast deployments and disaster recovery.
Faster reboot for SPARC systems which can reduce system maintenance planned downtime.
Significant improvements in Oracle Database 11g startup time and shutdown time for customers using large amounts of IMS (Intimate Shared Memory).
“Oracle Solaris 10 set the standard for enterprise operating systems with its proven enterprise-class availability, security and performance. This update takes the best UNIX® for SPARC and x86 and makes it even better,” said John Fowler, executive vice president, Systems, Oracle. “With Oracle Solaris 10 8/11 and the upcoming Oracle Solaris 11 release, we are continuing to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to Oracle Solaris, providing the easiest, most cost-effective path to leading-edge innovation for both new and current customers.”
Oracle Solaris (www.oracle.com/solaris)
Oracle Solaris on OTN (www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solaris/overview/index.html)
Oracle’s Sun Server and Storage Systems (www.oracle.com/us/products/servers-storage/index.html)
Oracle Solaris Blog (blogs.oracle.com/solaris/)
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