Oracle workloads on IBM Power
Solutions for Oracle Database, Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC), and Oracle applications
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Superior performance for Oracle workloads

For over 35 years, clients have relied on IBM® Power® to deploy their Oracle database and application workloads. Organizations, both big and small, can take advantage of Power’s class leading reliability1  and security2 as well as its advanced recovery, self-healing and diagnostic capabilities designed to reduce application downtime.

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Solution brief

IBM AIX operating system and IBM Power servers for Oracle workloads

Benefits Industry-leading security

IBM Power and AIX® keep your critical Oracle workloads protected and available while reducing costs.2

Simplified management

Automatically deploy a “cloud ready” OS capable of meeting any organization’s private cloud requirements with IBM PowerVC.

Unmatched uptime

IBM Power supports the most demanding workloads and provides 99.999% of reliability to maintain maximum availability.1

Resources Sicredi transitions to IBM Power10

Partnering together for more than 20 years, IBM® has assisted Sicredi in maintaining its commitment to its clients.

Oracle RAC implementation on IBM Power Virtual Server

This paper outlines the steps required to deploy Oracle® Real Application Cluster (RAC) on AIX on the IBM® Power Systems Virtual Server infrastructure.

Upgrading to Power10 scenario

Learn how an upgrade could potentially save you on licensing and energy costs.

The benefits of consumption-based IT

Learn how consumption-based pricing on IBM Power can help you quickly scale your IT infrastructure up or down to optimize costs, while quickly adapting to a dynamic business environment.

Automate your Oracle Database installation

Learn how you can improve Oracle Database clients running on IBM Power by further decreasing human error through the introduction of automation.

Oracle Disaster Recovery on IBM Power Virtual Server

Learn how to implement an Oracle Data Guard solution across two IBM® Power® Virtual Server data centers around the key components, including IBM AIX, IBM Power Virtual Server, Oracle Data Guard, and the OLTP workload.

Oracle on IBM Power Systems

Discover how IBM Power Systems and IBM AIX features deliver technological capabilities to run Oracle workloads.