Oracle has announced the availability of the Oracle Exadata X9M platforms for running Oracle Database.

The new Exadata X9M offerings include Oracle Exadata Database Machine X9M and Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M that runs Oracle Autonomous Database in customer data centres.

Next-generation Exadata X9M platforms accelerate online transaction processing (OLTP) with more than 70% higher IOPs rates and IO latencies of under 19 microseconds. They also deliver up to an 87% increase in analytic SQL throughput and machine learning workloads.

The self-driving Oracle Autonomous Database is now available on Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M. A key new enhancement is support for small databases running with fractional CPUs to enable agile, low-cost consolidation, application development, and testing. Integration with Oracle’s Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance improves protection against data loss and ransomware cyber-attacks.

In addition, customers can benefit from advanced security features such as customer-managed encryption keys, and database-level Access Control Lists (ACL). Business-critical applications can now leverage simplified disaster recovery provisioning using cross-region Oracle Autonomous Data Guard, as well as Oracle GoldenGate for heterogeneous data replication and streaming data processing for real-time analytics.

The core Exadata X9M platform is built using a unique scale-out architecture that combines the latest Intel CPUs, Intel Optane persistent memory (PMem), and RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) to deliver up to 27,6M IOPS and sub 19 microsecond latency for OLTP. To accelerate analytics applications, each Exadata X9M rack delivers over 1Tbps of analytical scan throughput and provides up to 576 CPUs in intelligent storage servers to process low-level SQL queries, analytics, and machine learning algorithms.

To simplify IT operations, Exadata X9M allows any combination of OLTP, analytics, machine learning, in-memory and mixed workloads to complete faster and consume fewer resources. With 33 percent more database server CPUs and memory, as well as 28 percent more storage than previous generations, Exadata X9M customers can consolidate even more Oracle Databases on a single Exadata system, further reducing cost and complexity.

Oracle also announced the availability of Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance X9M. The Recovery Appliance is purpose-built to protect Oracle Databases, featuring unique capabilities to recover databases with no data loss and automatically validate backups for assured database recoverability. Oracle is also introducing new Cyber Vault capabilities for reliably recovering from malware and ransomware attacks.