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1 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | PeopleSoft High Performance and MAA Guidelines on Oracle Exalogic and Oracle Exadata' [CON7985] Latha Krishnaswamy| Director, Product Management | Exalogic Dennis McCormick, Systems Manager at City and County of San Francisco Aaron DeLosreyes, Director, Oracle Technology, Cognizant Oct 2nd, 2014 Oracle Confidential – Restricted 1

2 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | 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 Oracle’s products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle. Oracle Confidential – Restricted2

3 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Program Agenda PeopleSoft on Exalogic - Anti-pattern traps to avoid…. What is Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software? Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software – PeopleSoft Optimizations PeopleSoft Reference Architecture on Exalogic MAA Best practices PeopleSoft on Exalogic Case Studies – City of San Francisco, Cognizant Demo Summary 1 2 3 4 Oracle Confidential – Restricted3 5 6 7 0

4 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Multiple PeopleSoft Environments – Port conflict, session state – Hardware (F5) & Software Load Balancers (Apache) vs OTD on Exalogic Non-separation of JVMs – PIAs for FS, TE, HR – traffic crisscrossing – Integration Broker on same JVM as PIA Scheduler logs – For recovery & DR, log file share locations and continuous replications Choice of protocol – Not TCP over JDBC, but rather SDPoIB – JOLT over RDMA - PT 8.53+ PeopleTools mid-tier – Shared storage use by different VMs Patching/upgrading multiple VMs – COBOL is chatty. Scheduler on Exalogic. PeopleSoft Application database – PUM, SYS DB, SES DB, migrate to Exadata Oracle Confidential – Restricted4 PeopleSoft on Exalogic: Anti-Patterns Observed… Let’s begin our journey to embark on best ways to onboard PeopleSoft workload on Exalogic & Exadata…….

5 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Program Agenda What is Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software? 1 2 3 4 Oracle Confidential – Restricted5 Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software – PeopleSoft Optimizations PeopleSoft Reference Architecture on Exalogic MAA Best practices PeopleSoft on Exalogic Case Studies – City of San Francisco, Cognizant Demo Summary 5 6 7

6 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. |6 Exalogic Elastic Cloud System Software Exalogic Control = Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software Enterprise Manager Coherence WebLogic Tuxedo Exabus Integration Traffic Director Exabus Integration Middleware and Business Applications Exalogic Elastic Cloud Hardware Exabus Physical Oracle Linux/Solaris Oracle VM 3 for Exalogic Oracle Linux Guest OS

7 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. |7 PeopleSoft on Exalogic – Building Blocks Exalogic Control = Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software Enterprise Manager Application Server Tuxedo PIA WebLogic Scheduler/ Integration Broker Exabus Integration Traffic Director Exabus Integration PeopleSoft Mid-Tier Deployment Exalogic Elastic Cloud Hardware Exabus Physical Oracle Linux/Solaris Oracle VM 3 for Exalogic Oracle Linux Guest OS

8 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software Optimizations for PeopleSoft Workloads Oracle Confidential – Restricted8

9 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Tuxedo on Exalogic Increased Performance from Exabus Eliminates BRIDGE process as bottleneck Enables greater scalability of Tuxedo domains 7x throughput No application changes needed 7X 13,680 95,595 EECS 1.0 2.0X Standard Hardware Exalogic Tuxedo Applications BRIDGE BRIDGEdge Single TCP Connection Over Ethernet Exabus

10 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Sockets Direct Protocol (SDP) Support Bypasses TCP/IP Stack Tuxedo Domain 2 Jolt Clients Node 1 Server 1 Server 2 Node 2 Server 1 Server 2 DB WebLogic Server Tuxedo Domain 1 Node 1 Server 3 Server 4 /WS Clients

11 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | JDBC & Data Source Optimizations – Active GridLink for RAC, Socket Direct Protocol (SDP) for JDBC I/O & Work Manager Optimizations – Scattered reads / gathered writes, optimized self-tuning thread pool Cluster State Replication Optimizations – Lazy deserialization, multiple channels for replication SDP Optimizations – Network channels, JDBC connectivity Web Application Scalability and Performance Optimizations – Oracle HTTP client connection management Faster Cluster Recovery – Rapid death detection and failover Documentation: – http://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1212/core/ FMWLC/products2.htm#CHDGCFDC http://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1212/core/ FMWLC/products2.htm#CHDGCFDC Oracle Confidential – Restricted11 Exalogic Optimizations in WebLogic Server

12 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Coherence Optimizations – Coherence*Web caching performance optimizations – Use of optimized point-to-point communications in Coherence clusters – IMB transport option on Linux Documentation: – http://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1212/cohe rence/COHAG/deploy_checklist.htm#COHAG53 00 http://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1212/cohe rence/COHAG/deploy_checklist.htm#COHAG53 00 Tuxedo Optimizations – Efficient algorithm for Self-Tuning Lock Mechanism (SPINCOUNT) – Optimized performance of intra-node communication (shared memory instead of IPC queue, reduced buffer copies) Documentation: – http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53645_01/tuxedo/ docs12cr2/exalogic/exalogic.html#wp1092546 http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53645_01/tuxedo/ docs12cr2/exalogic/exalogic.html#wp1092546 Oracle Confidential – Restricted12 Exalogic Optimizations in Coherence and Tuxedo

13 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Oracle Traffic Director – Overview Built-in Application Delivery Controller for Load Balancing over InfiniBand Oracle Confidential – Internal13  Request, content-based routing  Request rate acceleration  Request rate & connection limiting  Quality of service tuning  Built-in HA on engineered systems  Dynamic reconfiguration  HTTP Reverse proxy  Support for SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0  Web-application firewall  Built-in HTTP, TCP load balancing  Native Exabus integration  SSL & TLS offloading  Content caching & HTTP Compression  Throughput Security High Performance Quality of Service High Availability

14 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. |Oracle Confidential – Restricted14 Performance Test Results + Anecdotes High Performance – PeopleSoft on Exalogic & Exadata Blog Entry URL: https://blogs.oracle.com/wernerwatschke/ http://moafshar.blogspot.com/2013/10/middleware- optimizations-for-exalogic.html Commodity

15 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Program Agenda What is Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software? 2 3 4 Oracle Confidential – Restricted15 Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software – PeopleSoft Optimizations PeopleSoft Reference Architecture on Exalogic MAA Best practices PeopleSoft on Exalogic Case Studies – City of San Francisco, Cognizant Demo Summary 5 6 7 1

16 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | PeopleSoft on Exalogic (Virtual) & Exadata Reference Architecture Oracle Confidential – Restricted16 vServers on Exalogic Infiniband connection Shared Storage (ZFSSA) Common PeopleTools VM Templates Multiple PIA - WLS Multiple AppServers Multiple Schedulers Multiple DB (App, SES) Multiple Workloads Application Isolation Better consolidation Patch/Upgrade faster Database RAC nodes ……

17 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | PeopleSoft F5, PIA, OTD configuration on Exalogic virtual Oracle Confidential – Restricted17 SSL Configured on F5 and OTD PeopleSoft PIA’s use F5 virtual address for SSL config PIA, Tuxedo, OTD Admin Node servers deployed on Exalogic Infiniband channel OTD Failover groups configured on EoIB Channel OTD used in Active – Passive configuration

18 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. |18 PeopleSoft OVM Template for Exalogic Simplified Provisioning, Easy Patching and High Performance  Supports PeopleTools 8.53, 8.54  Rapidly test drive new PeopleTools release features: Fluid UI, Activity Guides  Includes PIA and App Server – Weblogic 11g and Tuxedo 10gR3  Application agnostic – can support any PeopleSoft App Tier  New template for every patch-set simplifying patching going forward  High Performance – parity with bare metal  Complete Instance Management  Reconfigure and save Gold images

19 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Apps Life Cycle on Exalogic - Simplified Patch apps using OVM Template Apps Patch sets - save 100s of hours and ensure consistency across App, Middleware and Hardware Manage Apps, Middleware, DB, Servers and Storage from single EM console Scale Up and Scale down app instances on Exalogic using EM and Apps OVM Templates Platinum Services resolve issues faster and reduce risk 19 Application Operations EM for Apps Data Center Operations - EM for Exalogic Drill Through Views

20 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Program Agenda What is Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software? 2 3 4 Oracle Confidential – Restricted20 Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software – PeopleSoft Optimizations Reference Architecture MAA Best practices PeopleSoft on Exalogic Case Studies – City of San Francisco, Cognizant Demo Summary 5 6 7 1

21 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | VMs with shared storage on Exalogic virtual Save Time, Eliminate Mistakes, Follow Best Practices Oracle Confidential – Restricted21 Shared PS_HOME, PS_APP_HOME on ZFSSA Facilitates patching & upgrading Can scale up VMs depending on load Typical Issues during Load Test Port locking Crisscrossing of OTD failover groups for PIAs PeopleSoft MAA Best practices Clear demarcation of VMs for each PIA PIA, AppServer per env i.e. FS, TE, HR Integration Broker on their own VMs OTD Active Passive setup Storage Replication ZFS storage shares scheduled replication Scheduler logs continuous replication PeopleSoft MAA OTN White Paper

22 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Push Button Apps Deployment with Excelerators Save Time, Eliminate Mistakes, Follow Best Practices Test-Dev App Cloud Production Ready Oracle App per MAA Infrastructure Install & Config Directives App Topology Design Provision VMs Configure App VMs Application StorageNetworks Excelerator Exalogic Exadata Application Install & Config Directives Push-Button Application Infrastructure Service Delivered as Fixed Price ACS Service Available Now PeopleSoft Commerce EBS (H2FY15) Automated App Install From Days to hours Create Test Dev Cloud Apply MAA Best Practices Reduce manual tasks and errors

23 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Program Agenda What is Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software? 2 3 4 Oracle Confidential – Restricted23 Exalogic Elastic Cloud Software – PeopleSoft Optimizations Reference Architecture MAA Best practices PeopleSoft on Exalogic Case Studies – City of San Francisco, Cognizant Demo Summary 5 6 7 1

24 San Francisco’s Exa Story San Francisco Overview Exa Upgrade Objectives and Criteria Exa Upgrade Implementation Timeline Then and Now Performance Maximum Availability Architecture Looking Back: Challenges and Lessons Learned Final Thoughts

25 City of San Francisco PeopleSoft 9.0 (Ben, HR, TL, Absence, Payroll,eSuites) Original 9.0 Implementation: Aug 2012 25 Environments on HCM 9.0 and HCM 9.2 (Upgrade) Production= 211 GB (compressed) 6 GB growth biweekly 30k employees, 100,000k covered lives, $100m payroll Controller’s eMerge (PeopleSoft) Division = 40 FTE Responsible for application (4 FTE), OS (2 FTE) and hardware Department of Technology: =200 FTE Responsible for database, storage, network and datacenters

26 Upgrade Project Objectives 1. Refresh Hardware 2. Move to new Production Data Center 3. Move to new Disaster Recovery/Test/Dev Data Center 4. Simplify Architecture

27 Review and AnalyzeProcureInstall & ConfigureTest & DevelopDeployOptimize May-13Jun-13Jul-13Aug-13Sep-13Oct-13Nov-13Dec-13Jan-14Feb-14Mar-14April-14May-14June-14July-14Aug-14Sept-14 San Francisco’s Exa Implementation Timeline Inception Excite Process Kickoff May 9th Install at New Test/DEV/DR Data Center Feb 10-21 st Upgrade Exadatas to 1/4 rack Exalogic new 1/8 rack Vendor Selected November 5 th Install at New Production Data Center Dec 12 th -20 th RFQ Issued October 25 th Go-Live June 6 th Apply April Patch May 19-22nd Apply July Patch Aug. 15 th -28 th Infrastructure Moved to 2 new data centers Built Test/DEV/DR from floor-up Established connectivity Datacenter Lease Signed July 10 th 1G Connection Established Jan 17 th Operating/Database System Upgraded from PT 8.5.0 to 8.5.3 Implemented RAC Implemented Active Dataguard Expanded OEM usage Implemented GoldenGate Hardware 2 1/8 rack Exadatas 2 1/8 rack Exalogics UCS for Windows

28 Reference Architecture Simplify the visio!

29 Hardware Refresh: Key Criteria 1. Create a stable, scalable base for future work 2. Increase performance 3. Implement MAA/DR 4. Reduce Total Cost of Ownership: How? Simplify architecture across data centers: reduce training time Increased automation via OEM: more time for value added work One vendor: less time troubleshooting Increased performance: less overtime, more time for Q/A Other options considered: new blades, Vblock, hybrid model

30 ChallengeRecommendationOracle Stated BenefitCCSF Observation Complex Architecture Database Tier Install Exadata Engineered Solution lower cost and risk Has been met or exceeded Complex Architecture Application Tier Install Exalogic Engineered Solution with predefined PeopleSoft templates Has been met or exceeded, some issues with upgrade templates Live Reporting & Robust DR Install Golden Gate Active DataGuard Fast and Flexible Data Replication Has been met or exceeded Single Points of Failure Install Real Application Clusters (RAC) High availability reduce riskHas been fully met Staff overload Leverage Enterprise Manager Automated proactive infrastructure monitoring, Mgmt, and diagnostics In progress, so far so good Staff overload Leverage PeopleSoft Mgmt Pack Comprehensive, application performance & config Mgmt In progress, so far so good Updating/Patching system Oracle Support Removes complexity and transfer responsibility to Oracle from project team Has been met, some issues with front line team

31 MAA: Highlighted Examples Rolling patching: no overtime and no outages for end users Failover: DR test was planned and implemented in a few hours, SunGard test took months of planning time Replaced parts in production chassis during workweek Exachecks: proactive monitoring, great Oracle Support Use of ZFS Exalogic Shares via Vservers to manage images of PeopleSoft HOME & Oracle HOME: makes everything easy

32 Maximum Availability ComponentThenNowComment RACNoYesUnable to implement on blades ExaCheck MAA Report NoYesRegularly Run and track faults/warnings lets us be proactive Active Dataguard Yes With PeopleTools 8.53.09 have secondary to keep online sessions active TemplatesNoYesNight and day difference in server creation turn around times hours not days or months with full procurement PatchingNoYesAbility to patch during workweek and transfer responsibility (hardware/OS)

33 Performance More than just run time improvements…. Trouble shooting is much faster and smoother End User Experience: “the pages jump at you” Templates: spun up PeopleSoft 9.2 Environments in ½ a day, previous lifecycle would have been months or weeks Increased from 1,000 end users in June to 3,00o today, with plans to grow to 30,000 in early 2015

34 Highlighted Tasks Benchmark time Exadata time Time Gained % change Create Pay Sheet14410 250% Load Time Data452520 80% Prelim Calc # 1482028 140% Pre Confirm Audit Report27324 800% Pay Confirmation622141 195% Absence Process (Entitlement-Calc)221012 120% Create Pay Checks (XML Testing)1055 100% Create Pay Advice (XML Testing)482523 92% Distribute cost of Time & Labor38308 27% CCSF Payroll Register report731854 304% Retirement services files392415 62% Talx E-Pay1093672 196% Talx Unemployment file20119 75% Performance Improvements

35 Time Savings 7 hours 5.5 hours Payroll Processing Performance Improvements 1.5 hours DataGuard Backup Payroll Processing Timeline* TuesWedThurs Before Hours6108 end time7:00 PM9:00 PM or later5:00 or later TuesWedThurs After Hours585 end time6:00 PM6:00 PM or earlier3:00 PM *excludes application and database processes that run after payroll. Payroll Processing Improvements: how we used the 7 hours Return to more normal work life balance More time for quality assurance and data entry tasks Will return slack time to end user departments: goal is 1:00 PM on Thursday

36 Looking Back…. Recommendations… Plan for growth from day one Training should be “just in time” hard to relate to scale of change Don't deviate from best practice; listen don’t do it the old way Develop documentation and procedures that work for your organization there is no one size fits all Oracle to do… Improve documentation for first timers 800 page user manuals are too dense: need quick reference guides Improve Platinum Gateway experience Issues with 8.53.10 template during initial move and build

37 Final Thoughts Are we confident we made the right decision? YES Why? Total Cost of Ownership Scalability: ability to scale up and scale down is a game changer One vendor is really, really nice What’s next? Purchased two new Exadata 1/8 racks and new Exalogic 1/8 rack for Oracle Identity Manager and other applications

38 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 38 Run Better. Run Different. Maximum Availability Architecture at Cognizant PeopleSoft Systems Aaron De Los Reyes Sr. Director, Oracle Technology Cognizant, Inc Oct 2, 2014

39 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 39 | ©2012, Cognizant 39 And, got problematic Peak time slowness More and more servers Lack of ability to scale Longer maintenance window

40 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 40 | ©2012, Cognizant 40 Benefits 50% improved downstream integration processing Server consolidation – 5:1 Maintenance window reduced to few hours Support effort down 50% Better CPU utilization – 3:1 Solution? Exalogic upgrade on web layer Oracle Exalogic Lintel / Weblogic

41 | ©2012, Cognizant 41 Performance woes -10-15 slow incidents/month -Batch failures / over runs -Slow online pages due to DB2 table locking -Long running SQLs Inability to scale for 2015+ volume 3 Options, 1 Pick DB Layer upgrade to Exadata Oracle Exadata DB2/AIX

42 | ©2012, Cognizant 42 Strict timelines Conversion of ~6,000 SQLs Constantly changing production system Only <3 days available for cut over Full DR 60 hours cut over DR upgraded same time as production No major post production issues –Financials close batch jobs complete 56% faster –Payment batch jobs run 93% faster –Customer billing batch jobs run 55% faster –RTO for DR down rom hours to near-zero –Transactions with <1s response 75% from 30% –Batch window reduced to ~4 hours from 10+ hours –Huge floor, and power saving –24x7 availability

43 Run Better. Run Different. 43 Cognizant’s Application Landscape Cognizant’s PeopleSoft Implementation for Corporate functions include -  PeopleSoft Financials/Enterprise Services Automation - GL, AP, AR, AM, CM, PO, T&E, CA, BI, RM, PC  PeopleSoft HCM – Core HR, Absence Management, Time and Labor, Payroll, ePerformance, Self-Service, Workforce Administration, Recruitment, eCompensation, Profile Management  PeopleSoft ELM for Cognizant Academy  User base – 180K, World wide  Database size : ESA – 2.5 TB, HCM – 1 TB, ELM – 800 GB  Peak user load: ESA – 15K bi-weekly, HCM – 40K semi-annually, ELM – 10K (irregular peaks) Cognizant’s PeopleSoft Implementation for Corporate functions include -  PeopleSoft Financials/Enterprise Services Automation - GL, AP, AR, AM, CM, PO, T&E, CA, BI, RM, PC  PeopleSoft HCM – Core HR, Absence Management, Time and Labor, Payroll, ePerformance, Self-Service, Workforce Administration, Recruitment, eCompensation, Profile Management  PeopleSoft ELM for Cognizant Academy  User base – 180K, World wide  Database size : ESA – 2.5 TB, HCM – 1 TB, ELM – 800 GB  Peak user load: ESA – 15K bi-weekly, HCM – 40K semi-annually, ELM – 10K (irregular peaks) PeopleSoft Suite

44 Run Better. Run Different. 44 Architecture Primary: App Tier: ½ Rack Exalogic DB Tier: ¼ Rack Exadata (High Performance) Stand by: App Tier: 1/8 th Exalogic DB Tier: ½ Rack Exadata (High capacity) Applications: PS HCM 9.1, PS Financials 9.1, PS ELM 9.1 Environment Management Oracle EM for PeopleSoft Applications Monitoring for Health & Perf: Oracle EM for PeopleSoft and Oracle Real User Experience (RUEI) Technology Components Deployment for 3 Applications (Financials, HCM, ELM)

45 Run Better. Run Different. Maximum Availability Architecture: PeopleSoft Deployment at Cognizant 45 SLA: 99.9% uptime Primary Site: MAA TierHA option WeblogicCluster/Distributed members PIADistributed across nodes Tuxedo (App)Distributed across nodes Tuxedo (IB) Master/Slave with distributed domains Tuxedo (Batch)Distributed across nodes DatabaseCluster/Distributed members Stand-by Synchronization TierHA option App TierExalogic to Exalogic using ZFS DB TierData Guard RPONear Zero RTOLess than 2 hours

46 Run Better. Run Different. Maximum Availability at Cognizant 46 TierServerHigh AvailabilityType PeopleSoft Web TierExalogic Weblogic cluster Load Balanced across multiple nodes Coherence for session replications Active/Active PeopleSoft App TierExalogicLoad Balanced across multiple nodesActive/Active PeopleSoft DBExadataOracle RACActive/Active Stand by ExalogicExalogicZFS File System replicationActive/Active Stand by ExadataExadataOracle Data GuardActive/Active Load BalancerF5ClusterActive/Active Maintenance SLATypeSLA adherenceHigh Availability EXA MaintenanceEXA Patches Rolling upgrade, fully online with no service outageActive mode Database MaintenanceBackup, Stats, Patches DB Backup is performed at local DG copy and Production is kept online alwaysActive mode PS Weblogic maintenanceRecycing of PIA domainsOnline maintenance onlyActive mode PS App Server maintenanceRecycling of App domainsOnline maintenance onlyActive mode Application upgradesTools upgrades, Bundles, App upgrades**PeopleSoft Lite for critical functions only**Limited service

47 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. | Summary Exalogic is engineered systems platform ideal for PeopleSoft workloads Software optimizations and shared storage help scale & serve multiple envs Virtual servers house various components of PeopleSoft – PIA, Tuxedo, integration broker, process scheduler… Multiple VMs ensure High Availability & Workload Isolation PeopleSoft MAA best practices ensure lower Recovery times (RTO) PeopleSoft Exalogic Virtual Templates available for PeopleTools release PeopleSoft Excelerator for rapid provisioning using automation Oracle Confidential – Restricted47

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