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Oracle Advances Cloud at Customer Portfolio to Database Workloads

With Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine, organizations are equipped to reap the benefits of the Oracle Cloud Platform in their own datacentre

Continuing to help organizations simplify cloud adoption by bringing the benefits of the cloud inside their own datacenters, Oracle today announced the expansion of the Oracle Cloud at Customer portfolio with the availability of Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine.  With today’s news, Oracle is offering organizations the ultimate in choice and flexibility in where they deploy the world’s most advanced database cloud for mission-critical workloads. Organizations can now deploy Oracle Exadata in a number of ways, including as a cloud service inside their own datacenter, in the Oracle Cloud, and in a traditional on-premises environment.

“Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine is an ideal platform for organizations that want the benefits of the cloud brought to their datacenter,” said Juan Loaiza, senior vice president of systems technologies, Oracle. “For many years, Oracle Exadata has been the platform of choice for running mission critical Oracle databases at thousands of customers, and the Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine extends this value proposition to those customers who want cloud benefits but cannot or aren’t yet ready to move to a public cloud.”

With Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine, customers have subscription access to the most powerful Oracle Database with all options and features, like Real Application Clusters, Database In-Memory, Active Data Guard and Advanced Security, offering extremely high levels of performance, availability and security features for mission-critical workloads.  Additionally, the Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine is 100 percent compatible with on-premises and Oracle Cloud applications and databases, ensuring any existing application can be quickly migrated to the cloud without changes.

The Oracle Exadata Cloud Service and Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine provide leading functionality, including:

  • Mission-critical database for OLTP, analytics, mixed workloads, and consolidation – all options included
  • Highly proven database hardware platform with NVMe Flash, InfiniBand networking, and the fastest servers
  • Intelligent database platform with Smart Database Algorithms in storage, networking, and compute
  • Advanced database cloud platform with subscription based pricing and real-time online capacity bursting
  • Flexible cloud that can be deployed in Oracle’s public cloud or inside the customer’s data center with Oracle managing all infrastructure
  • Simple and straightforward migration to the cloud – software and hardware are identical and 100 percent compatible

“Every IT organization is making plans to move to the public cloud, and Oracle customers are no different,” said Carl Olofson, Research Vice President for structured data management software at IDC. “The Oracle Cloud at Customer program provides a means of transitioning to the cloud by starting right in the datacenter, thereby maintaining direct interaction with the applications that remain on the premises. The Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine extends that capability with all the features of Exadata, managed remotely by the Oracle Cloud team. It is a great first step toward eventual cloud deployment.”

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