Create an account and set up your tenancy (if you don’t already have one), then run a benchmark to experience the performance for yourself.
Demanding enterprise applications need consistent, predictable, and fast performance. That’s what the second-generation of Oracle Cloud delivers.
Let us prove it. We’ve provided benchmarking instructions, (including the same parameters we used), so you can measure the performance of your workloads. It’s easy to start:
Oracle’s highly scalable, flat network design limits the number of network hops between compute and storage to a maximum of two. Combined with no network or CPU over-subscription, this means you get a low-latency network with predictable performance.
Looking for more detail? Check out these blogs and find straightforward analysis, test plans, and results for various Oracle Cloud Services.
Oracle’s Block Volume Storage Service meets or exceeds the demanding requirements presented by latency sensitive enterprise applications, difficult to forecast high performance computing problems, and modern data guzzling applications. (Keep reading.)
When you need high performance local NVMe storage, but have only a few terabytes or a few cores, DenseIO Virtual Machines is the right service to consider. (Keep reading.)
Learn more about the value of a mix of high-performance, bare metal instances and how they can be used seamlessly in concert with virtual machine instances. (Keep reading.)
The numbers speak for themselves.*
AWS IOPS Performance
Oracle Cloud IOPS Performance
Oracle Performance Advantage
|Oracle Database workload using remote block storage||51,261||255,000||5x|
|Oracle Database workload using local SSD storage||458,675||1,043,104||2x|
|4K random write workload||1,439,928||3,232,215||2x|
|VDI LC initial login workload||93,485||242,778||2x|
*Based on independent benchmarks conducted by StorageReview in March and August 2018.
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