Linux & Open Source Usage in the Fortune 500

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Linux & Open Source Usage in the Fortune 500. MyGOSSCON 2008. Mr. Shane Owenby
Senior Director, Linux and Open Source
Oracle Asia Pacific

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World’s Largest Enterprise Software Company 300,000 Global Customers USD$22.4B in Revenue, FY08 (MYR$78.8 Trillion)

IT Functions at Oracle DEVELOPMENT

Supporting 84,000 Employees Oracle.com Oracle Technology Network Operating in 145 Countries Oracle Partner Network 50+ acquisitions in 4 years >1 Mil Emails per day 35+ Mil Security events per day ERP, CRM, HR,… 8,500 Internet facing hosts

DEVELOPMENT Oracle Product Development Grid 20,000 Developers 32,000 servers with 6 Petabytes of storage Developing > 900 Products Continuous Development and Test

320,000 students trained per year 670 classes per week 1200-1400 Virtual environments provisioned per week

3.6 million users $557M revenues, FY08 40% growth, year over year Applications Middleware Database Operating System Infrastructure

DEVELOPMENT P3$$+$=&,$Q 84,000+ Internal Users | GN&K+99+,$&O40%-$#9&F>%-> 7,000 Network Devices | 10,000 TB Storage | 42,000 Servers

Some Lessons Learned….. • Several years back it use to take a couple of hours to patch or upgrade each box, this certainly wasn!t scalable. We!re now able to do it in minutes. For example, our development community in a recent weekend upgraded 10,000 Linux boxes in 24 hours • In the Oracle On demand business 10% of non-Linux servers account for over 90% of all support and maintenance costs • Recently a very large Oracle customer had issues with a multi node RAC deployment, (Problem was isolated to NFS attribute caching ). With the help of Oracle Linux Kernel engineering a patch was made available to the customer and deployed in less than 24 hrs • No Finger Pointing between Vendors == Happier Customers • Leveraging essentially standardized, commodity hardware, we are able to rapidly swap boxes should a problem occur. A 1% investment in additional hardware upfront has eliminated need for any type of premium h/w support (cost 5% to 12% over the 5 years).

Consolidation & Standardization at Oracle Organization 40 Data Centers to 3 Network Many Email Instances to 1 Processes 52 Applications Instances to 1 Self Service Collaboration

Result: Increased Profitability and Growth De-centralized IT Consolidated IT Corporate Expansion $30.0 50.0% 40.0% $20.0 30.0% Operating Margin (%) 20.0% $10.0 1998 - 2002 2004 - 2008 Total Operating Revenue Margin ($Billions) Total Revenue ($Billions) (%) 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 LTM Note: All figures after FY2004 are provided on a non-GAAP basis. GAAP to non-GAAP reconciliations are included in our earnings releases, which are available on the Oracle Investor Relations website at www.oracle.com/investor.

Virtualization Changes the Game E P#6+7&.%69,*A%$0&3>+$=&M-+7&0%/quot;$+R3%>&#$7&'-#/9%&8K E K#>>+B%&%9#>0+/+0*&-%>6,$7+$=&0,&-%#91(,-97&7%A#$7> Interaction Systems Provisioning Interface Management Interface Monitoring & Services Metering Catalog

Server Virtualization: Oracle VM E S%(&>%-B%-&B+-03#9+:#0+,$&>,<0(#-%&#$7&>366,-0 E '-#/9%&8K&!%-B%-&T&,6%$&>,3-/% E '-#/9%&8K&K#$#=%-&T&6-+B#0%&>,3-/% E H-%%&0,&7,($9,#75&3>%&#$7&7+>0-+)30% E '-#/9%&,<<%->&O$0%-6-+>%1R3#9+0*&>366,-0

Oracle On Demand – Virtualization Deployment Profile 18 months Original State Consolidation Virtualization 6 systems 4 systems 2 systems 2QC x 32 2 x 8 MT 2 x 8 DB 2DC x 16 MT 2DC x 16 DB MT and DB Prod Instance Prod Instance Prod Instance Prod Instance Prod Instance 2 x 8 MT 2 x 8 DB 2DC x 16 MT 2DC x 16 DB Dev Instance Dev Instance Dev & Test Dev & Test 2QC x 32 Instances Instances MT and DB 2 x 8 MT 2 x 8 DB Dev & Test Test Instance Test Instance Instances Original State Consolidation Virtualization Space 12 rack units 4 rack units 2 rack units Power @ Idle 1518 watts 960 watts 480 watts Power @ 100% Load 2010 watts 1180 watts 660 watts

Case Study: Oracle University U+0quot;&M-+7V E WXY0quot;&0quot;%&quot;#-7(#-% E LZF&30+9+:#0+,$&+$/-%#>%7&<-,A [&0,&[] E P%B%$3%&6%-&>%-B%-&+$/-%#>%7 Data Grids Mid-Tier clusters ^_ E !%-B%->&0,&#7A+$+>0-#0,-&-#0+, +$/-%#>%7&W`_ Enterprise Real Application Clusters Manager Automatic Storage Management

Vision for the Future

Oracle’s Involvement with Linux 2006 Oracle Validated Configurations 1998 2002 2004 Linux History 2001 Unbreakable First Launch of Oracle 10g on Linux: at Oracle First 64-bit Linux Commercial Linux Port Unbreakable Foundation for Database for Linux Enterprise Grid 2005 Linux Oracle On Demand Adopts 64-Bit 9,000 Person Linux Development Team Linux Datacenter Workloads Data Development Single Use Production Warehouse Systems Deployments General Purpose ERP/CRM 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006

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Complete, Open, Integrated

Support For Open Standards Integrating Oracle Private Source And Open Source

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Where is the Global 1000 going with Open Source?

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Q&A

Open Source is Positive for Oracle E 2+$34&A#03-+0*&,$&0quot;%&>%-B%-&quot;%96>&'-#/9% E L3>0,A%->&/quot;,,>+$=&2+$34&>%-B%->&%9+A+$#0%>&K!H;&%$0+-%&>0#/C E '6%$>&7,,-&<,-&'-#/9%&F$)-%#C#)9%&2+$34 E L#$&9,(%-&/,>0>&<,-&/3>0,A%-> E 2+$34X,6%$&>,3-/%&=-,(0quot;&,$&0quot;%&7%>C0,6&+>&=,,7&<,-&'-#/9% E P+>+$=&+$0%-%>0&73%&0,&K!H;&8+>0#&#$7&A,$,6,9*&/,$/%-$> E S,&'-#/9%&69#*&,$&0quot;%&7%>C0,6 E d-,(>%-1)#>%7&#66>5&K!H;1<-%%&7%>C0,6&>3+0&'-#/9%&#-/quot;+0%/03-% E '-#/9%&,<<%-+$=>&#-%&A#03-%&#$7&6-,B%$ E '-#/9%&7+<<%-%$0+#0,->&6-,B+7%&3$+R3%&B#93%&$,0&+$&,6%$&>,3-/%&6-,73/0> E '-#/9%D>&6-+B#0%&>,3-/%&6-,73/0>&/,A6%0%&(%99&B>&,6%$&>,3-/%&#90%-$#0+B%> g<%#03-%>5&<3$/0+,$>5&-+>C5&;L'h E '6%$&>,3-/%&6-,73/0>&#$7&0%/quot;$,9,=+%>&%46#$7&0quot;%&A#-C%0&,B%-#99 •32

Open Source is Positive for Oracle E '6%$&>,3-/%&/,A69%A%$0>&'-#/9%D>&>0-,$=&>366,-0&<,-&,6%$&>0#$7#-7> E a77-%>>%>&/3>0,A%->D&-%#9&$%%7>V&+$0%-,6%-#)+9+0*5&<9%4+)+9+0*5&&#B,+7&9,/C1+$Q E 2%>>&%A,0+,$5&<%(%-&l#)>,930%&A#$7#0%>m&quot;%96>5&0,, E '6%$&>,3-/%&6-,73/0>&%B#93#0%7&>%9%/0+B%9*5&<,-&<+0$%>>&,<&63-6,>% E K,-%&<3$/0+,$#9&#$7&A#03-%&g%?=?5&6-+B#0%&>,3-/%h&6-,73/0>&/#$&(+$ E P%#9+>A&9%B%9>&0quot;%&69#*+$=&<+%97b&+0D>&#),30&;L'5&$,0&c3>0&#/R3+>+0+,$&/,>0 E !%9%/0+B%&3>%&,<&,6%$&>,3-/%&9%#B%>&-,,A&<,-&6-+B#0%&>,3-/% E '6%$&>,3-/%&=-,(0quot;&+>&$,0&#0&0quot;%&%46%$>%&,<&6-+B#0%&>,3-/% E '-#/9%D>&7#0#)#>%&A#-C%0&>quot;#-%&=-,(+$=&B>?&,6%$&>,3-/%&,B%-#99 E 2+$34&7#0#)#>%&A#-C%0&=-,(+$=&<#>0%-&0quot;#$&F$+45&U+$7,(> E '-#/9%&A#-C%0&>quot;#-%&,$&2+$34&=-,(+$=&<#>0%-&0quot;#$&,6%$&>,3-/% Oracle gains a sustainable advantage by engaging with the open source ecosystem •33

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DEVELOPMENT 84,000+ Internal Users | GN&K+99+,$&O40%-$#9&F>%-> 7,000 Network Devices | 10,000 TB Storage | 42,000 Servers

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