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  • Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

    This document contains certain forward-looking statements about Oracle and Pillar Data, including statements

    that involve risks and uncertainties concerning: Oracle's proposed acquisition of Pillar Data; anticipated storage

    product information and strategy; advantages and benefits of the acquisition and of Oracles storage solutions

    to customers and others in the industry; and general business outlook. When used in this document, statements

    that are not historical facts are intended to identify those assertions as forward-looking statements. Any such

    statement may be influenced by a variety of factors, many of which are beyond the control of Oracle or Pillar

    Data, that could cause actual outcomes and results to be materially different from those expressed or implied in

    this document due to a number of risks and uncertainties. Potential risks and uncertainties include, among

    others: the possibility that the transaction will not close or that the closing may be delayed; the anticipated

    synergies and benefits of the combined companies may not be achieved after closing; the combined operations

    may not be successfully integrated in a timely manner, if at all; the possibility of litigation related to the

    acquisition; and the possibility that Oracle or Pillar Data may be adversely affected by other economic,

    business, and/or competitive factors. Accordingly, no assurances can be given that any of the events

    anticipated by the forward-looking statements will transpire or occur, or if any of them do so, what impact they

    will have on the results of operations or financial condition of Oracle or Pillar Data.

    In addition, please refer to the documents that Oracle files with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

    which identify and address other important factors that could cause Oracle's expectations, plans and results to

    differ materially from those contained in the forward-looking statements set forth in this document. You are

    cautioned to not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date of this

    document. Neither Oracle nor Pillar Data is under any duty to update any of the information in this document.

  • Safe Harbor Statement

    The following is intended to outline our general product

    direction. It is intended for information purposes only,

    and may not be incorporated into any contract.

    It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or

    functionality, and should not be relied upon in making

    purchasing decisions. The development, release, and

    timing of any features or functionality described for

    Oracles products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.

  • Oracle StorageHardware and Software. Engineered to Work Together.

  • Oracle StorageDriving Strategic Differentiation

    Mark HurdPresident, Oracle

  • Why Were Here Today

    Oracle Storage Strategy

    Oracle Storage Portfolio

    Pillar Axiom

  • Enterprise Storage Industry

    Enterprise Storage Hardware and Software Industry $50B size estimated by IDC in the Worldwide Enterprise Storage Systems 2011-2015 Forecast, May 2011

    2010 New Digital Data1,200 Exabytes

    2020 New Digital Data

    35,000 Exabytes

    Enterprises Touch 80% of the Worlds Digital Data

    24x7, Instant Access, Globally, from Anywhere

    Over 5B mobile phones today, 11B app downloads annually

    Smart phones have surpassed feature phones and PC sales this year

    Facebook is almost at 1B users

    29X Growth

  • Seamless Integration

    Highest Performance

    Most Efficient

    Most Secure

    Oracle applications automatically manage their own storage

    Streamline data access from application to disk

    Dramatically less storage required

    Unified security across the Oracle stack

    Far easier to manage

    Guaranteed storage performance on demand

    Oracle Storage DifferentiatorsEngineered for Oracle Software, Best-of-Breed for Mixed Environments

  • Value to the Customer

  • Oracle Storage Portfolio

    John Fowler

    Executive Vice President, Systems

  • Oracle Storage Portfolio

    NAS File I/O SAN Block I/ODatabase I/O

    Oracle ExadataOracle ZFS Storage

    AppliancePillar Axiom

    Oracle StorageTekTape

    Tape

    Oracle Software Runs Faster and More Efficiently on Oracle Storage

  • Seamless Integration

    Highest Performance

    Most Efficient

    Most Secure

    Oracle applications auto-provision and tune Oracle Storage

    Oracle Database dynamically exchanges I/O requirements with Oracle Storage

    Data compression without rehydration from database to disk to tape

    Encryption keys auto-generated from application, database, and storage

    Oracle unified security key management across apps, database, disk and tape

    Database query pre-fetch and off-load with optimized data caching

    Seamless automated backup and recovery across the entire Oracle stack

    End-to-end data transport with zero buffer copies over InfiniBand fabrics

    Single system interface for all statistics, alerts, faults, analytics, provisioning

    Dynamic and deterministic QoS driven by Oracle applications

    Oracle Storage DifferentiatorsEngineered for Oracle Software / Best-of-Breed for Mixed Environments

  • Fastest growing new product introduction in

    Oracles history with over 1,000 installs

    Extreme performance for OLTP, data

    warehousing, and database consolidation

    Industry leading optimizations

    Query Offload

    Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression

    Exadata Smart Flash Cache

    I/O Resource Manager

    InfiniBand Interconnect

    Oracle Exadata Database MachineExtreme Performance Engineered for the Oracle Database

  • Database Grid

    8 Dual-processor x64 database servers

    - Or -

    2 Eight-processor x64 database servers

    InfiniBand Network

    Redundant 40 Gb/s switches

    Unified server & storage network

    Oracle Exadata Database MachineWorlds Fastest Oracle Database Storage

    Intelligent Storage Grid

    14 high performance storage servers

    100 TB of High Performance

    disk per rack, or

    336 TB of High Capacity disk

    per rack

    5.3 TB PCI Flash per Rack

    Data mirrored across storage servers

  • Oracle ExadataBetter than EMC for Database I/O

    EMCSymmetrix

    Oracle Exadata

    Execute database queries in storage No Yes

    Database compression in storage No Yes

    Database-aware flash cache No Yes

    Database IOs per second ~150K 1.5M

    Average database compression factor 0x 10X

    Database bandwidth, high-performance disks 64 GB/sec. 250 GB/sec.

    Database cache usable capacity 0.5 TB 53 TB

    Number of racks 5 1

    Comparison of Oracle Exadata (single rack) to EMC Symmetrix V-Max (smallest maximum throughput configuration of 5 racks)

  • Deployed in data intensive environments,

    with over 5,000 systems sold to nearly

    2,000 customers

    High-performance, efficient NAS storage

    consolidation for Oracle software, test &

    development and data protection

    Industry leading efficiency and performance

    Efficient snap/clone for test and development

    InfiniBand interconnect for fast data protection

    Consolidation of VM environments, with advanced

    and integrated analytics

    Oracle ZFS Storage ApplianceEnterprise NAS Storage, Engineered for Oracle Environments

  • Oracle ZFS Storage ApplianceBetter than NetApp for NAS File I/O

    NetApp

    FAS

    Oracle

    ZFS Storage

    Analytics Limited Advanced

    Maximum Flash Cache 2 Tb 4 Tb

    Maximum Memory Cache 32 Gb 1 Tb

    License Fees Included No Yes

    Maximum Snaps/Volume 256 Over 2,500

    Hybrid Storage Pools No Yes

    Native IB integration w/ Engineered Systems No Yes

    Oracle Database Columnar Compression No Yes

    Comparison of Oracle Storage S7420 versus NetApp 3270

    Oracle Storage analytics advantage confirmed by Edison Group 10

    http://www.tui.nl/nl/index.html

  • Deployed in enterprise and midrange open

    systems and mainframe environments; over

    30,000 systems sold to over 8,000 customers

    Highly scalable, superior reliability and

    availability, designed for consolidation for

    archive and data protection

    Industry leading TCO

    Best cost/PB (vs tape competition and others)

    Best investment protection

    Tiered storage architecture for optimal price-performance

    Oracle StorageTek TapeArchive and Data Protection

  • Oracle StorageTek TapeArchive and Data Protection, Better than IBM

    IBM

    TS series

    Oracle

    Tape

    Cartridge Capacity (TB) 4 5

    Data Integrity Validation No Yes

    Floor space (sq ft per PB) 13.5 4.5

    TCO (10 PB archive) $1.9M $1.2M

    Hot-replaceable Robotics No Yes

    Dynamic Growth (scale while operating) No Yes

    Engineered integration with Oracle

    Exadata, Exalogic, etc.

    No Yes

    Comparison of Oracle StorageTek SL8500 with T10000C versus IBM TS3500 with TS1140

    http://www.tui.nl/nl/index.html

  • Introducing Pillar Axiom

    Phil Bullinger

    Senior Vice President, Storage

  • Pillar AxiomPremier Product for SAN Block I/O

    Improved Application Performance

    Application-aware storage tiering

    Dynamic, deterministic resource management

    Linear sc

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