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Database Consolidation

Database Consolidation

Patch drift, data sprawl, and wasted hardware are just a few of the consequences of managing multiple databases spread across data centers or clouds. Reign in the sprawl by consolidating disparate database instances onto a single database system or run mixed workloads on Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service. Using built-in resource management tools, dictate which databases are allowed to use resources, including memory, CPU, and query priority on the Exadata Storage Cells. Consolidate even further with the multitenancy option.

Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery

Automatically back up your database to the cloud with a single, fully encrypted click. Seamlessly create an Oracle Active Data Guard instance that provides a transactional alike database to fail over to in the event of a disaster. Leverage Oracle Cloud as a disaster recovery site for your on-premises Oracle Databases via secure networking that extends your intranet into a private virtual cloud network.

In-Memory Analytics

In-Memory Analytics

Oracle Database Cloud Services employ the in-memory database option for hyper-fast, on-demand queries and analytics. Combine this with Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service and leverage terabytes of flash cache and Oracle Exadata Storage Servers for subsecond reporting and analytics, all without a single change to your applications or analytics software.

Mission Critical Applications

Mission Critical Applications

Zero downtime, high availability, redundancy, and data protection are just some of the mission-critical features needed in a cloud infrastructure. Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service comes preintegrated with Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA), best practices for database high availability (HA), and technologies such as Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC), automatic storage management, recovery manager, flashback database, and Oracle Active Data Guard. What’s more, Oracle Exadata-specific HA capabilities such as instant detection of compute and storage server failures, redundant hardware components, and three-way storage mirroring significantly enhance availability.

Available Oracle Cloud Database Management Services

Oracle delivers unmatched scale for relational, graph, spatial, semi-structured, and unstructured non-relational data as well as streaming data for OLTP, warehousing, machine learning, text search, image analytics, and deep learning.

  Autonomous Database Cloud Services NoSQL Big Data
Offerings Autonomous Transaction Processing
Autonomous Data Warehouse
Exadata Cloud Service
Database Cloud Service
Exadata Cloud at Customer
NoSQL Big Data Cloud Service
Big Data SQL Cloud Service
Big Data Cloud at Customer
Use Case Transactions, Batch, Reporting, IoT
Data Warehouse, Data Mart
Require Availability SLA > 99.95 percent
All workloads
Broad range of price/performance
Web scale applications
Mobile, Catalog, IoT
Analytics
Hadoop workloads
Data virtualization
Performance Highest, automatically tuned General to highest, customer tuned General to high General to high
Management Oracle Customer Customer Customer
Database Versions 18c, 19c 11g, 12.1, 12.2, 18c N/A CDH 5.x, CDH 6.x and Oracle Database 12c, 18c
Infrastructure Exadata Exadata, Bare Metal, Virtual Machine Bare Metal, Virtual Exadata