Oracle Server X8-2 and Oracle Server X8-2L System Architecture

April 22, 2019

Oracle Server X8-2 and Oracle Server X8-2L, Oracle’s latest two-socket servers, are the newest additions to Oracle’s family of x86 servers that are purpose-built to be best for running private cloud solutions. Oracle Server X8-2 is a 1U server that is an ideal platform for infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and for small or medium flash-optimized instances of Oracle Database. Oracle Server X8-2L is a 2U server that is optimized for customers requiring a robust and reliable platform for running instances of Oracle Database with large amounts of direct-attached storage and as a consolidation platform capable of handling the I/O requirements of large numbers of virtual machines (VMs).

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