Oracle Engineered Systems are integrated, full-stack solutions that are developed together with Oracle Database and applications to run mission-critical customer workloads faster, at lower costs, and with greater security than multivendor, on-premises solutions. Scalable designs enable enterprises to consolidate existing IT infrastructure and quickly adjust to surges in demand, while management automation reduces administrative workloads and helps control costs.
Juan Loaiza, Oracle’s executive vice president for mission-critical database technologies, introduces Exadata Cloud Infrastructure X9M for Autonomous Database and Exadata Database Service.
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Oracle Engineered Systems help organizations reduce IT complexity and total cost of ownership with integrated compute, storage, and software, including Oracle Database, as described in the IDC Exadata Cloud@Customer study (PDF). They include built-in tools and APIs that simplify management, accelerate deployments, and help protect crucial company data.Analyst Report: Finding a Setting Worth of "Crown Jewels" (PDF)
Oracle Engineered Systems enable organizations to modernize applications and rapidly move to the cloud by deploying the same complete, easy-to-use converged Oracle Database capabilities wherever needed. Companies develop, test, and deploy creative line-of-business applications using Oracle Autonomous Database Service or Oracle Exadata Database Service in the cloud or on-premises, seamlessly moving workloads between different locations when needed.Analyst report: Oracle raises the stakes in the Next-Gen compute platform market (PDF)
Oracle Engineered Systems include exclusive features developed with Oracle Database that implement optimizations across Oracle’s infrastructure and software stack. Advanced capabilities such as Exadata Smart Scan query offloading and persistent memory data accelerators allow customers to run all types of database workloads with the highest performance while protecting databases against data loss and ransomware risks.Analyst report: Oracle Database Appliance is 10X faster to install (PDF)
Oracle Engineered Systems allow organizations to consolidate applications and databases on fewer, higher performance systems, lowering total cost of ownership by up to 47% as described inWikibon’s analysis of Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer (PDF). Oracle Database Appliance reduces the complexity of deploying solutions to edge environments with automated management and capacity-on-demand licensing, as noted in the IDC Oracle Database Appliance business value study (PDF).Analyst report: Oracle Database Appliance X8 provides unique added value in small, midsize, and edge environments (PDF)
Oracle Exadata's full-stack architecture improves the performance, scale, security, and availability of an enterprise’s Oracle databases. Available in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, on-premises, and with Exadata Cloud@Customer, it incorporates more than 60 unique features that are coengineered with Oracle Database to accelerate OLTP, analytics, and machine-learning applications. Exadata reduces capital costs and management expenses by enabling IT departments to consolidate hundreds of databases onto a single system, including running Oracle Autonomous Database Service and Exadata Database Service together on Cloud@Customer infrastructure deployed in their data centers.
Oracle Database Appliance is optimized to run applications and Oracle databases in remote, small, or medium-size businesses, and edge computing environments. Its integrated software environment makes it easy for IT departments to deploy and remotely manage, while its economical database licensing provides enterprises with up to a 498% ROI over five years as demonstrated in IDC’s Oracle Database Appliance business value study (PDF).
Oracle’s Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance continuously protects Oracle databases throughout the enterprise and accelerates their recovery to any point in time. It integrates unique automated backup and recovery, remote replication, and Oracle Cloud archiving capabilities to protect crucial customer databases running on virtually any platform against ransomware, theft, equipment failure, and human error. Recovery Appliance’s extensive automation also makes it easy for IT departments to implement Oracle Database data protection best practices and cut downtime costs by up to 47% according to Wikibon’s Recovery Appliance analysis.
Oracle Private Cloud Appliance is a scalable solution that’s optimized to run enterprise applications and middleware quickly and with a low TCO. OCI-compatible APIs and management tools provide compute, storage, and networking services for customer applications and middleware, creating a consistent environment that makes it easy to develop cloud native applications in Oracle Cloud and deploy them in customer data centers. With Private Cloud Appliance, customers can rapidly deploy and easily scale private clouds using prebuilt configurations to consolidate containerized, cloud native applications—and those running natively on multiple operating systems—onto a single platform. Private Cloud Appliance is also available as an on-premises managed service with flexible subscription pricing and Oracle management, so customers can reduce IT staff workloads and minimize costs.
Thousand of customers worldwide run applications and databases faster while simplifying management and reducing costs with Oracle Engineered Systems.
Accelerate crucial Oracle databases and standardize on-premises IT infrastructure using the same technology as Oracle’s public cloud while reducing management workloads and lowering on-premises TCO by up to 47%, as described in Wikibon’s analysis (PDF) of running Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer.
Reduce data center complexity by consolidating Oracle Database workloads with Exadata or Exadata Cloud@Customer, increasing application performance while reducing manual database analysis and tuning by up to 69%, according to the IDC Exadata Cloud@Customer customer study. (PDF)
Reduce the number of standalone systems needed to run applications and eliminate the need to separately manage, patch, and secure each hardware and software component by using Oracle Private Cloud Appliance and running Oracle Databases on Exadata.
Streamline database and application support for departments, remote locations, and edge environments with Oracle Database Appliance-based deployment and management.
Reduce the risk of losing mission-critical Oracle Database data to cyberattacks, outages, and human error by implementing policy-based, enterprise-wide protection with Oracle’s Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance.
Bob Thome, Vice President of Product Management for Database Engineered Systems and Cloud Services, Oracle
“With Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M, you get up to 87% better performance, can consolidate more workloads, and leverage cloud automation to accelerate time-to-market and reduce costs. Using elastic storage, you can right-size your infrastructure and save up to 45% by eliminating subscribing to unnecessary infrastructure.”