It’s probably a cloud SaaS scalability problem. Every enterprise or growing business needs scalable SaaS applications that can handle the inevitable increases and changes in data, transactions, and engagement.
Every growing business needs scalable applications to handle the inevitable increases in data and transactions. Without scalability, you are at risk of the “noisy neighbor” syndrome as shown in this example of a traditional multitenant model from a legacy cloud provider. If your business shared a cloud database with this noisy neighbor company, you’d soon notice significantly slower processing speeds and reporting performance, along with a month-end close that takes days, rather than minutes.
Oracle does not commingle data in a single database. Your data is isolated and secure—for faster performance and powerful scalability.
Oracle reduces the risk of having noisy neighbors with a unique and differentiated secure data isolation architecture which allows for impressive scalability and increased performance. This is accomplished by eliminating the noisy neighbor syndrome. With secure data isolation, each Oracle Cloud customer has a dedicated environment. What does this mean?
As cloud applications scale, they process transactions quickly—regardless of volume or calendar period. Scalable SaaS applications maintain optimal performance levels, so periodic increases in data inflows are easily handled. All Oracle applications are designed and tested for scalability, so system performance and response time are not compromised.
The best business decisions are derived from timely analysis and reporting across real-time transactional activity. With Oracle, scalability is built into SaaS cloud applications and has been rigorously tested against extreme scenarios. Here are the results:
An integrated cloud platform uniting finance, human resources, supply chain, and other operational data can optimize end-to-end experiences. Learn more about Oracle’s complete, future-proof, and trusted suite of SaaS applications. Create your tomorrow, today.