The Oracle Database Appliance (ODA) is an engineered system that includes hardware, software, storage, and networking all organized in an appliance developed by Oracle. If your’e familiar with Oracle Technologies, then the best way to look at the ODA HA Model is by thinking of it as a two node Oracle Linux RAC cluster in a single box, with shared storage and networking all included.  With ODA X9-2, Oracle replaced the M model with the L model with additional capacity and resources.


Here’s the latest ODA factoids for the X9-2 HA and the X9-2S/L models.

  • New Intel® Xeon® Silver 4314 processor, 16-core, 2.4GHz processors deliver performance improvements
  • PCIe bandwidth increases to PCIe 4.0
  • Memory capacities starting from 512 GB for Large and HA models; starting at 256 GB for Small model
  • Model S and L: 13.6 TB capacity for Small model; Up to 81.6 TB NVMe SSD for Large model
  • Model HA: Up to 368 TB SSD capacity or up to 648 TB HDD + 92TB SSD




For complete details, please download the S/L and/or HA model data sheets:




For data sheets on Oracle’s earlier models of there ODA, please visit our website.

By Charles