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Exadata Cloud@Customer

Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M is the simplest way to move an organization’s vitally important Oracle databases to the cloud. It helps meet requirements for strict data sovereignty and security by delivering high-performance Exadata Cloud Service capabilities behind customers’ data center firewalls. With Exadata Cloud@Customer, IT teams can focus on driving innovation because public cloud resource management and optional Oracle Autonomous Database capabilities allow them to eliminate up to 80% of manual database operations, as described in the Infosys analysis (PDF).

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Bringing Oracle Autonomous Database into the data center with Oracle Cloud@Customer

IDC concludes no other provider matches Oracle Cloud@Customer which brings Oracle Autonomous Database into the datacenter with autonomous capabilities.

Reimagining the data-driven bank

OMDIA highlights the fact that for financial services institutions, the Oracle Cloud@Customer portfolio is the leading choice to meet all of their business and technology objectives for an on-premises database cloud deployment.

Exadata Cloud@Customer capabilities

Key differentiators

Database cloud simplicity

Users, developers, and IT staff operate more efficiently with a self-service, high-performance Oracle Database cloud with no infrastructure management.

Data sovereignty

Oracle databases are secured behind customers’ data center firewalls to meet data sovereignty, security, and governance requirements.

Automated management

Oracle experts use machine learning (ML) to manage Exadata Cloud@Customer infrastructure located in an organization’s data center, giving customers the choice of managing their own databases or having Oracle manage them with Autonomous Database.

Database performance

Cloud databases in customer data centers runs faster and with higher consolidation rates using more than 60 unique Oracle Database capabilities.

Cost-effective cloud economics

Exadata Cloud@Customer reduces administrative costs by eliminating system management, while using Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer further reduces costs by eliminating manual database administration tasks and minimizing costs with continuous online resource scaling for true pay-per-use economics.

Intelligent Storage

All Exadata X9M solutions take advantage of intelligent storage servers to offload SQL queries, analytics, and machine-learning algorithms from the database servers and run them in parallel to increase performance.

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Exadata performance, scale, and availability

Full-stack Oracle Database solution

Running Oracle databases with optimized performance, efficiency, and scaling is easier with a full-stack, integrated solution that’s managed and patched by Oracle Cloud experts instead of a customer’s internal IT team.

High transactional performance

Crucial OLTP applications run faster with a unique scale-out architecture that combines database-transparent persistent memory (PMEM) and RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) to improve transaction responsiveness with <19 microsecond latency and throughput with up to 22.4M IOPS per rack.

Accelerate analytics and machine-learning

Organizations accelerate analytics and in-database machine learning applications by processing low-level SQL queries, analytics, and machine-learning algorithms with up to 540 GB/sec of scan throughput and up to 576 CPU cores in intelligent storage servers.

Simplified database consolidation

Organizations reduce IT complexity by consolidating more and different types of databases on the same infrastructure using converged Oracle Database capabilities.

Zero data loss and downtime

Built-in fault tolerance and options for local and remote disaster recovery enable organizations to achieve higher availability for vitally important Oracle databases.

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Autonomous Database

Automated scaling

Scale resource consumption up and down automatically, without interrupting database operations, based on customer’s real-time workload requirements.

Automated tuning

The execution of customer’s Oracle databases is continually analyzed and tuned to optimize database performance for application development, production transaction processing, and data-warehousing workloads that change over time.

Automated provisioning

Development teams are more productive with a self-service database cloud that provisions new data warehouses and development databases in seconds.

Automated fault management and patching

Protect crucial customer databases from downtime due to failures, maintenance, user errors, and cyberattacks with the automatic application of the latest software updates and security patches.

Pay-per-use economics

Autonomous Database helps reduce customers’ database costs by only charging for actual vCPU consumption.

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Oracle Database Cloud

Converged database

Organizations create innovative applications using multiple data types and database models in Oracle Database without the management and security fragmentation caused by multiple, single-purpose databases.

Consolidated database management

IT teams operate more efficiently because they can manage up to 4,096 databases at a time with Oracle Multitenant, instead of managing individual systems and database instances.

All database versions

Enterprises simplify their digital transformations by using multiple Oracle Database versions on a single system and by running Autonomous Database.

Rapid database provisioning

Developers increase their efficiency by using a high-performance, self-service database cloud with rapid provisioning of full-scale databases so they never have to wait.

Oracle Machine Learning

Organizations can easily add machine learning (ML) capabilities to database applications and build ML models faster by eliminating data extraction, reformatting, and movement.

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Security and data sovereignty

Defense in-depth

Oracle Cloud helps protect crucial Oracle Databases with multiple levels of ML-based security to identify and respond to threats in real time.

Operator Access Control

Increases security by providing organizations with full control over what Exadata Cloud@Customer resources Oracle Cloud operators can access and what actions they can take during remote management sessions. Operator Access Control also provides session logging and access termination capabilities that no other vendor offers.

End-to-end encryption

Private data in Oracle databases is protected with always-on encryption for data at rest, in motion, and backed up with customer-owned encryption keys.

Data residency and security

Exadata Cloud@Customer helps organizations meet data residency, sovereignty, and security requirements by keeping all database information in their data centers.

Full-stack patching by Oracle

Oracle creates full-stack patch sets and coordinates their rapid deployment with enterprises’ IT teams to reduce threats and risks without interrupting business. Patching with a single click from Oracle Cloud console simplifies database administration and enables continuous availability for customer databases.

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High availability

Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture

Maximize the availability and protection of vitally important Oracle databases using proven Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture best practices.

No single point of failure

Enable crucial customer Oracle databases to operate 24/7 across failures with Exadata’s full server, storage, and networking redundancy.

Proactive fault management

Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer helps increase availability for customers’ Oracle databases by using AI to detect and remediate potential problems before users notice.

Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC)

Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer enables local performance scaling and high availability for important customer databases with Oracle RAC.

Oracle Active Data Guard

For business continuity and disaster recovery, Active Data Guard maintains both synchronized standby and replica Oracle databases in customers’ data centers or the cloud.

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Lower costs

Lower cost per database vCPU

Oracle Database vCPUs run faster on Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer than on other local cloud database services because they use processing cores in intelligent storage servers to offload operations and reduce networking overhead. By running databases faster, the cost of running Oracle Database is up to 40% less, as described in Wikibon’s analysis (PDF).

Flexible subscription pricing

Optimize innovation and costs by offering customers the choice of all-inclusive or bring-your-own license pricing and the ability to scale consumption up and down without interrupting database operations.

Elastic storage expansion

Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M storage servers provide 28% more capacity at the same price which, when combined with the ability to include up to 12 storage servers in any configuration, reduces the cost of deploying solutions with hundreds of terabytes of capacity by up to 45% when compared to X8M configurations.

Less onsite management

Organizations reduce the cost of managing database infrastructure by up to 69% with Exadata Cloud@Customer as described in IDC’s analysis, or 80% or more with Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer as described in the Infosys report (PDF).

Software features

Cloud control plane

Users securely provision and manage databases by connecting to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure control plane using an encrypted web browser, command line interface, or REST API.

Smart Scan

Important customer applications run faster because SQL queries and analytics accessing large amounts of data are offloaded from database servers to intelligent storage servers, freeing up database server resources and minimizing data transfers.

Persistent memory optimizations

An organization’s crucial transactional applications run faster because database servers directly access up to 18 TB of persistent memory in stared storage servers with no OS or networking overhead, reducing read latencies by up to 90%.

Automated resource management

Consolidated customer databases consistently run fast with built-in I/O resource management and the ML-based automated indexing and tuning of Autonomous Database.

Hybrid columnar compression

Reduce the amount of storage needed to store an organization’s data warehouses and database archives by up to 90%.

Integrated data protection

Protect crucial customer databases using cloud control plane integration with Oracle’s Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance and Database Backup Cloud Service.

Exadata Cloud@Customer Shapes

Exadata Cloud@Customer Base System

Enable 0 to 48 OCPUs with 38 TB of NVMe flash cache, 73 TB of usable storage, and up to 562,500 SQL IOPS.

Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M Quarter Rack

Enable 0 to 124 OCPUs with 4.5 TB of PMEM, 76 TB of NVMe flash cache, and 190 TB of usable storage with up to 5.6 million SQL IOPS and 144 cores of SQL processing power in intelligent storage servers. servers.

Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M Half Rack

Enable 0 to 248 OCPUs with 9 TB of PMEM, 153TB of PCIe 4.0 NVMe flash cache, and 381 TB of usable storage with up to 11.2 million SQL IOPS and 288 cores of SQL processing power in intelligent storage servers.

Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M Full Rack

Enable 0 to 496 OCPUs with 18 TB of PMEM, 307 TB of PCIe 4.0 NVMe flash cache, and 763 TB of usable storage, as well as up to 22.4 million SQL IOPS and 576 cores of SQL processing power in intelligent storage servers.

Exadata Cloud@Customer Storage Servers

Customers may use Exadata Cloud@Customer elastic storage expansion to increase storage capacity and intelligent storage processing capabilities without adding additional compute servers. Organizations with base, quarter, and half-rack systems can expand them up to a total of 12 storage servers.

High-performance networking

PCIe 4.0 dual-port active-active 100Gb/sec RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) networking provides 80% more throughput between storage and compute servers than to X8M systems, allowing customers’ consolidated workloads to run faster. Communication with application servers and multi-cloud environments is optimized across up to sixteen 25 Gb/sec Ethernet connections.

Cloud control plane servers

Two local servers enable remote Oracle infrastructure management and local operations if networks are unavailable.

Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer successes

Hundreds of customers run their crucial Oracle Databases on Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer in their data centers, with the benefits of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure management, subscription pricing, and defense-in-depth security.

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Deutsche Bank adopts Exadata Cloud@Customer for big cost savings

Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer use cases

  • Maintain data sovereignty with a database cloud

    Simplify your operations with Oracle Cloud management and Autonomous Database while meeting data sovereignty and connectivity requirements not possible in public cloud data centers.

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  • Move Oracle Databases to the cloud

    Accelerate your digital transformation by rapidly moving your Oracle Databases to the cloud with fast, low-latency database connectivity in your data center.

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  • Meet peak business requirements

    Run database-intensive time-sensitive applications, initiate new business programs, and accelerate your quarterly financial closes with dynamic resource scaling.

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  • Develop and test with dynamic scale

    Increase innovation by developing and testing your Oracle Database applications with built-in ML capabilities and full-scale databases, while only paying for what you use.

    Watch Dialog Semiconductor’s story (1:34)

Exadata Cloud@Customer pricing

Gen 2 Exadata Cloud@Customer Infrastructure

Price per month USD
Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Infrastructure -X9M – Base System
Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Infrastructure -X9M – Quarter Rack
Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Infrastructure -X9M – Half Rack
Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Infrastructure -X9M – Full Rack
Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Base System Storage Server - X9M
Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Full System Storage Server - X9M
Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Infrastructure - XM - Base System

Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Infrastructure - X8M - Quarter Rack

Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Infrastructure - X8M - Half Rack

Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Infrastructure - X8M - Full Rack

  • Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud@Customer Infrastructure has to be subscribed for a 4 year term.
  • OCPUs are sold separately. Minimum OCPU purchase is 2 OCPU per database node and up to the maximu number of the OCPUs per Rack.

Database vCPUs

Comparison Price ( /vCPU)*
Unit Price
Oracle Database Exadata Cloud - Database vCPU

OCPU per hour
Oracle Database Exadata Cloud - Database vCPU - BYOL

OCPU per hour
Exadata Cloud at Customer - Autonomous Transaction Processing - Database vCPU

OCPU per hour
Exadata Cloud at Customer - Autonomous Transaction Processing - Database vCPU - BYOL

OCPU per hour
Exadata Cloud at Customer - Autonomous Data Warehouse - Database vCPU

OCPU per hour
Exadata Cloud at Customer - Autonomous Data Warehouse - Database vCPU - BYOL

OCPU per hour

*To make it easier to compare pricing across cloud service providers, Oracle web pages show both vCPU (virtual CPUs) prices and OCPU (Oracle CPU) prices for products with compute-based pricing. The products themselves, provisioning in the portal, billing, etc. continue to use OCPU (Oracle CPU) units. OCPUs represent physical CPU cores. Most CPU architectures, including x86, execute two threads per physical core, so 1 OCPU is the equivalent of 2 vCPUs for x86-based compute. The per-hour OCPU rate customers are billed at is therefore twice the vCPU price since they receive two vCPUs of compute power for each OCPU, unless it’s a sub-core instance such as preemptible instances. Additional details supporting the difference between OCPU vs. vCPU can be accessed here.

For Bring Your Own License (BYOL) requirements including eligible Oracle on-premises software licenses and conversion rates (i.e., ratio requirement of software license metric to cloud equivalent metric), see the Oracle PaaS and IaaS Universal Credits Service Descriptions document.


September 28, 2021

Introducing Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M - The Best On-Premises Cloud is Now Better

Bob Thome, Vice President of Product Management

"We are excited to announce Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M, the latest version of the world's best database platform. Exadata Cloud@Customer provides the power of Oracle Exadata, but available as a cloud service running in your data center."

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Exadata Cloud@Customer documentation

Exadata Cloud@Customer documentation

Core information on the configuration and management of your Exadata Cloud@Customer deployment and other Oracle Cloud Infrastructure capabilities enable you to get the most out of your resources.

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