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When Cisco Tetration moved from AWS to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, the results were so shocking they questioned their engineers. The tests were correct: 60x performance improvement.
Accenture chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to modernize their Life Sciences Cloud solution, which drives digitally enabled R&D for pharmaceutical companies.
OceanX gained 3x performance by migrating to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure from AWS.
Alliance Data Systems moved to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, saving US$1M+ per year.
Darling Ingredients gained 2x performance increases from their previous hosted solution.
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, and locally attached NVMe storage, this means you get a low-latency network with predictable performance and fast cloud storage.
The cloud isn’t just about flexibility and ease of deployment; it’s also about performance.
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.
These blog posts include benchmarks for bare metal, high performance computing, and deep learning, as well as test plans, price-performance analysis, free trials, and more.
At Oracle Cloud, we want to bring the power of supercomputing to every engineer and scientist. To deliver on this vision, we strive to achieve the best performance in the cloud for our high-performance computing (HPC) customers.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is built to deliver consistent high performance for demanding enterprise workloads.
We recently invited Exabyte.io, a cloud-based, nanoscale modeling platform that accelerates research and development of new materials, to test the high-performance computing (HPC) hardware in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
You might have seen Larry Ellison’s keynote at Oracle OpenWorld 2018 regarding the significant price and performance advantages of running Big Data workloads on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Working in cloud today is fascinating. We’re far beyond traditional VMs and simple applications. In fact, new use cases around cloud, data, and intelligent systems are inspiring to work with and design around.
Not all clouds, or processors, are the same, and the savings might surprise you. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure AMD compute instances perform 30 percent better and provide three times better price-performance than comparable AWS compute instances.
I wanted to see if I could use a highly reliable, low-cost, easy-to-use Oracle Cloud Infrastructure environment to reproduce the deep-learning benchmark results published by some of the big storage vendors.
The performance of ANSYS Fluent software on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure bare-metal instances meets and in some cases exceeds the raw performance of other on-premises HPC clusters, demonstrating that HPC can run well in the cloud.
Run any HPC workload on Oracle Cloud with the same predictable performance of your on-premises HPC infrastructure. At 7.5 cents per core hour, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure's HPC offering provides one of the most FLOPs per penny in the cloud.
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.
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.
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.