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Oracle Exadata is the best place to run your Oracle Database. It helps lower your costs by up to 40% and expedite digital transformations with on-premises, Cloud at Customer, and Oracle Cloud deployments that offer high identicality and run up to 3X faster than any other solution.
Understand why IDC says organizations using Exadata Cloud at Customer realized a 256% return on investment.
Learn why Constellation Research says Exadata X8M gives enterprises better value with seamless workload mobility.
Oracle Exadata simplifies your digital transformations with up to 40:1 DBaaS infrastructure consolidation, 69% less management, and 40% lower costs for on-premises and cloud consumption.Watch Halliburton's story (1:32)
Oracle Exadata is exclusively coengineered with Oracle Database so your databases realize up to 5X more performance, 4X greater efficiency, 73% less downtime, and better security and management capabilities than other solutions.Watch Sentry Data Systems' story (1:41)
Oracle Exadata delivers the same unmatched capabilities wherever you use it. Easily move between Oracle Cloud, Cloud at Customer, and on-premises deployments whenever your business requires with no application changes.Watch OceanX's story (1:51)
Oracle Exadata accelerates the performance of your Oracle Databases with 80% lower latency and more than 5X throughput than other solutions, so enterprises can accelerate workloads and reduce on-premises and cloud database costs with fewer software licenses.Watch AmerisourceBergen’s story (1:31)
Oracle Exadata reduces costs for your mission-critical databases with up to 75% lower storage requirements, greater DBaaS consolidation, fewer software licenses, fewer hours of cloud services, and less management than other on-premises and cloud database solutions.Watch Detroit Water and Sewerage’s story (1:52)
Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service combines the unique performance, scale, and availability of Oracle Exadata with the simplicity and flexible subscription pricing of Oracle Cloud. It gives you more capabilities and lower costs than running Oracle Database on other cloud services.
Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer combines Oracle Exadata power with Oracle Cloud simplicity and deployment in your data centers, so you can meet data sovereignty and application SLA requirements with higher performance and scaling than other public clouds in your data center.
Oracle Exadata X8M enables you to minimize OLTP latency, maximize analytics throughput, enable greater DBaaS mixed workload consolidation, and dramatically lower costs with its innovative, persistent memory-enhanced, full-stack architecture.
Thousands of customers around the world use Oracle Exadata to run mission-critical Oracle Databases, consolidate database infrastructure, and reduce costs in Oracle Cloud, Cloud at Customer, and on-premises deployments.
Simplify your database as a service deployments with Oracle Exadata for up to 40:1 consolidation and lower costs by up to 40%.
Gain up to 98% lower latency and 25X more IOPS than other cloud database services with Exadata Cloud Service, and run your mission-critical transactional applications at the speed of business.
Operate more efficiently with faster analyses and gain new insights with Oracle Exadata, with up to 7X larger data warehouses than other cloud services.
Enable your developers to deliver new capabilities on time and under budget with Oracle Exadata.
Easily add Oracle Machine Learning capabilities to existing database applications with Oracle Exadata, and build models up to 10X faster than with standalone systems.
Oracle Exadata Cloud Service offers you a dedicated Exadata system in the cloud, giving you the same performance, scalability, security, and availability you enjoy on-premises. But, because it is a cloud service, you get the improved operational model common to our cloud services, lower licensing and maintenance costs associated with the pay-for-use pricing...Read the full article