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Hasan

Rizvi

Senior Vice President

Fusion Middleware and Java


Ajay Patel

Vice President

Product Management

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Demands on IT

Innovative

New
Services

24x7

across

Multiple

Channels

Drive Down Cost
-

Efficiency

Increase Business Value
-

Speed

IT

Unpredictability

and Rapid Change

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Speed


Develop New Services


Operations

Efficiency

Respond to
Change in Demand


Deploy New Services

Hardware and Software

Developers

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User Engagement

Identity Management & Security

Business Process
Management

Content
Management

Business
Intelligence

Service Integration

Data Integration

Development

Tools

Enterprise

Management

Web

Social

Mobile

Oracle Cloud Application Foundation

Foundation for Oracle Fusion Middleware in the Cloud

Cloud Application
Foundation

Cloud
Application
Foundation

Traffic Director

Exalogic

Elastic Cloud

Oracle Public
Cloud

WebLogic
Server

Coherence

Tuxedo

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Cloud Application Foundation Strategy


Best of Breed Platform


Optimized for Engineered Systems


Choice of Private, Public Cloud


Open Standards & Portability


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Oracle WebLogic Server 12c

Key New Capabilities


Java EE 6 and Developer Productivity


Simplified Deployment and Management with Virtualization


Integrated Traffic Management


Enhanced
High
Availability and Disaster Recovery


Much Higher Performance


Seamless
Upgrade

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WebLogic Server 12c


New Features

Java EE 6


JSP 2.1, JSF 2.0


EJB 3.1, JPA 2.0


Context and Dependency
Injection


Restful Web Services

Developer


JDeveloper


Eclipse


NetBeans


Maven

Java SE


Java SE 6


Java SE 7

Database


GridLink



Session
Affinity


GridLink



Transaction
Affinity


GridLink



Fast
Connection Failover

Performance


SPECjEnterprise

World
Records


EjOPS

Overall,
EjOPS
/Core,
EjOPS
/Processor

Traffic Management


Software Load Balancer


Traffic Shaping


SSL Termination


Enterprise Scale


Database Transaction
Logs


Database Store
Performance

Enterprise Manager 12c


Cloud Management


Diagnostics Advisor


Incident and Problem

Management


Patch Automation

Distributed Caching


Coherence Transactions


Coherence Rest


Coherence Query Explain
Plan

Cloud


Optimized WebLogic
Virtual Appliances


Coherence Exalogic
Exabus


WebLogic Elastic
Message Overflow


Coherence Elastic Data


Exalogic HTTP, JMS and
Web Service
Performance


TopLink

Multi
-
Tenancy

Security Updates


New Certification
Validation


New SPNEGO Update


New RSA Update


New JSSE Support



Over 200 New Features


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Developer Innovation and Productivity

New in WebLogic Server 12c



Certified Java EE 6 and SE 7 Make Development Faster


Fewer Java Classes, Less Code, Less XML


With Modern Programming Techniques


Dependency Injection, Annotations, POJO, REST


Using Popular Industry Tool Chains


Maven, Hudson, Eclipse,
JDeveloper
,
NetBeans

* Based on a Sample POJO/JPA/REST Based Application Built for
JavaOne

Lines of Code*

Lines of XML*

Java Classes*

25%

Less

50%

Less

8
0%

Less

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Simplified
Deployment
and Management
with Virtualization

New in WebLogic Server 12c

Deployment Plan


and Software

Private

Cloud

Engineered

Systems

Conventional

Systems

Packaged via

Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder

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Integrated Traffic Management


New in WebLogic Server 12c


Integrated with Oracle Traffic Director


Routing, Load Balancing, Traffic Shaping


Fast, highly
-
configurable request
routing and caching


SSL Crypto acceleration using Intel


Advanced Encryption Set


Up to
3.5X
More Throughput

and

28%
lower CPU than Apache

WebLogic

Server 12c

WebLogic

Server 12c

Traffic

Director

Traffic

Director

High Performance Backplane

Native AES for SSL

Native AES for SSL

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Enhanced Availability
and Disaster
Recovery


New in WebLogic Server 12c

Active Data Guard


and Golden Gate

Multiple Data Center Architecture


Integrated with Active Data Guard
(transaction logs) and
GoldenGate


(Data Grid Change Data Capture)


3X

OLTP


3X

OLTP

Integrated WebLogic/RAC Clusters


RAC Aware Pool with RAC Node Affinity
(Session/Transaction), RAC One Node
Support and Fast Connection Failover

Coherence

Active GridLink

for RAC

Coherence

WebLogic

Server

Active GridLink

for RAC

WebLogic Server

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WebLogic Server Management

New in E
nterprise Manager 12c


WebLogic Server 12c


Configuration Management


Provisioning


Monitoring


Cloud Management


Self Service


Charge
-
back


Consolidation Planner

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WebLogic Server: #1 in Performance

SPECjEnterprise

2010 Performance World Record


Multi
-
Node Overall
EjOPS


2.4X

more workload than IBM


Running on Oracle Database RAC


Overall
EjOPs

per Processor


56%
more workload than IBM


Overall
EjOPS

per Core


50%
more workload than IBM

on identical hardware!

See: http://
www.spec.org/jAppServer2010/results
/


40,104


16,646


-



15,000


30,000


45,000


3,265


2,081


-



1,500


3,000

452

307

0

200

400

WebLogic 50
% better than IBM

on identical
hardware!!!

World Record

Sept, 2011

World Record

Sept, 2011

World Record

Sept, 2011

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WebLogic

Server on
Exalogic


Web

Requests/Sec.

Conventional Hardware

Exalogic

10X

78,840

836,520

Enterprise Java
Operations/Sec.

Conventional Hardware

Exalogic

5X

9,560

49,460

JMS

Messages/sec.

Conventional Hardware

Exalogic

5X

401,070

1,979,940

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Seamless Upgrade

From WebLogic,
iAS

and Others

WebLogic

Server 11g

JBoss

WebSphere

Internet

Application Server

Migration Services

Automated Tooling

GlassFish

Simple Upgrade

Redeployment

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Discussion

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WebLogic Server Powers the Cloud

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Customers Around the Globe

Depend on WebLogic Server

Government

Telecommunications

Finance

Healthcare

Education and

Research

Travel and

Transportation

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Global ISV & SI Partner Innovation Network

5000+ Ecosystem for Fusion Middleware and WebLogic Server

Global Integrators

Finance

Telecommunications

Healthcare /
Life Sciences

Government / Retail
SCM / Horizontal

VAR / Regional SI

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Oracle WebLogic Server: #1 in Market Share

43%
According to Gartner*:


Oracle

strengthened its Lead in
2010
with
43%

share


Oracle’s
application server
market
share grew at a rate of
17.8%
, faster
than the industry average of 12.1
%


Oracle outranked the competition by
achieving more than 10% greater
market share than the closest
competitor and securing more market
share than the next four competitors
combined

Gartner 2010 Worldwide Application
Server Market
Shares
S
hows
:

*Source
:
Gartner, Market
Share: All Software Markets,
Worldwide



March 2011


Based on total software revenue

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reserved.

Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Enterprise
Application Servers


This
Magic Quadrant graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part

of
a larger research
note
and should be evaluated in the context of

the
entire report. The Gartner report is
available here:

http
://
www.gartner.com
/technology/
reprints.do?id
=1
-
17GUO5Z&ct=110928&st=
sb


Source: Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Application Servers


Massimo

Pezzini
,
Yefim

V.
Natis
,
Kimihiko

Iijima
, Daniel
Sholler
,
Raffaella

Faveta




September 26, 2011




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reserved.

Oracle WebLogic Server: #1 in Market Share

39%
IDC’s Worldwide Application Server
2010 Vendor Shares Report Highlights:

*Source: IDC, Worldwide Application Server 2010 Vendor Shares


Maureen
Fleming


June 2011


Based on total software revenue



According to IDC*:



39%

Share for
Oracle


Oracle has increased its

lead
in application servers


Oracle’s growth is above

that
of the industry average


Number two player is
growing in market
-
share
below that of the industry
average
at 14.9
%


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Deploy/Run on
Conventional Systems

Deploy/Run on High
Performance

Engineered Systems

Deploy/Run on Private
and Public Clouds

WebLogic
Server

WebLogic
Server

Ready for Cloud

Optimized for
Engineered Systems

Industry’s top choice for
Conventional Systems

WebLogic
Server

WebLogic
Server
12c

The #1 App Server across Conventional and Cloud Environments


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