Exadata

Oracle Exadata is an enterprise database platform that runs Oracle Database workloads of any scale and criticality with high performance, availability, and security. Exadata’s scale-out design employs unique optimizations that let transaction processing, analytics, machine learning, and mixed workloads run faster and more efficiently. Consolidating diverse Oracle Database workloads on Exadata platforms in enterprise data centers, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), and multicloud environments helps organizations increase operational efficiency, reduce IT administration, and lower costs.

Oracle Database@Azure debuts in Europe

Customers can now sign up for Oracle Database@Azure in the Microsoft Azure Germany West Central region. Oracle and Microsoft have announced plans to offer the service in additional cloud regions, including in India, Italy, Sweden, and the United Arab Emirates, bringing the Oracle Database@Azure planned availability footprint to 15 regions globally.

Data management for the financial services industry

Find out how Oracle data management solutions, including Oracle Exadata Database Service and Oracle Autonomous Database, help financial services firms run mission-critical transactional and analytics applications with the highest performance, availability, automation, and security.

Oracle Exadata simplifies cloud migrations

Learn why Constellation Research says Oracle Exadata cloud and on-premises solutions increase customer value with seamless workload mobility.

Why Oracle Exadata platforms are the best for Oracle Database

The same capabilities on-premises and in the cloud

Oracle Exadata lets customers run Oracle Database with high performance, scale, and availability. Databases can easily move between on-premises data centers, Cloud@Customer deployments, OCI, and multicloud environments with Microsoft Azure, enabling customers to develop and run database applications with high performance wherever they need them.

Press release: Oracle Announces Next-Generation Exadata X10M Platforms

Deployment options for enterprise databases

Greater automation

Running the fully managed Oracle Autonomous Database on Exadata infrastructure in OCI lets organizations rapidly develop cloud native applications and eliminate the management of infrastructure and database software. Using Exadata Cloud@Customer infrastructure in customer data centers extends these benefits to help address data residency, security, and latency concerns.

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Higher performance and scale for all workloads

Oracle Exadata’s scale-out architecture lets organizations independently configure compute and storage to optimize database performance and create data warehouses with up to 40 PB of capacity with Oracle Hybrid Columnar Compression (HCC). In addition, Exadata Cloud@Customer lets organizations run the automated Oracle Exadata Database Service and fully managed Autonomous Database in their data centers with the lowest SQL latency for OLTP applications and the highest SQL throughput for analytics and machine learning workloads.

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Lower infrastructure and management costs

Organizations can reduce total costs by consolidating Oracle Database workloads of any scale and criticality on Exadata infrastructure. They need less infrastructure and operate more efficiently with dramatically less overprovisioning. Automation of common DBA tasks, such as indexing, tuning, and patching, lets customers reduce operational costs.

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Exadata

The highest performance for Oracle Database in the cloud

Organizations can take advantage of unique Exadata hardware and software optimizations that accelerate all database workloads by running Autonomous Database and Exadata Database Service on dedicated Exadata Cloud Infrastructure in OCI. Advanced cloud automation, dynamic resource scaling, and flexible subscription pricing let customers run database workloads faster and with lower costs.

Features

–Oracle Cloud Infrastructure automation lets customers quickly provision databases and manage them throughout their lifecycle, increasing productivity.

–Small starting configurations and independent 16X scaling of database servers and 21X scaling of storage resources let customers increase efficiency and lower costs by deploying only the resources needed for current workloads.

–High parallelism with low SQL read latencies let applications support high-throughput transactional applications with low costs.

 

–Intelligent storage servers offload SQL processing from database servers and deliver up to 2,880 GB/sec of scan throughput, letting customers generate deeper data-driven insights with petabytes of uncompressed databases and tens of petabytes of compressed data warehouses.

–Exadata’s scale-out design with hundreds to thousands of processing cores and up to 44 TB of memory lets customers consolidate more databases within a single service, increasing operational efficiency and lowering costs.

–Flexible subscription pricing with online consumption scaling lets customers tightly control costs and meet peak requirements without interrupting operations.

–Dedicated infrastructure increases workload isolation and security.

Automated and fully managed databases on a hybrid cloud database platform

Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer is the simplest way to move an organization’s business-critical Oracle Database workloads to the cloud using the automated Exadata Database Service and the fully managed Autonomous Database. Built using the latest Exadata technology, it brings cloud automation and economics to customers’ data centers and helps them meet data residency requirements.

Features

–Secure deployment behind customers’ data center firewalls lets enterprises meet data residency, security, and latency requirements.

–Running Autonomous Database and Exadata Database Service concurrently on the same Exadata Cloud@Customer infrastructure lets customers efficiently consolidate workloads in their data centers.

–Infrastructure owned, maintained, and managed by Oracle lets customers eliminate capital and management expenses, while running Autonomous Database dramatically reduces DBA management tasks.

–Starting configurations with two database servers and three storage servers provide 380 available database processing cores, 192 SQL processing cores in storage servers, 135 GB/sec of analytics throughput, and 240 TB of usable storage capacity, meeting the combined Oracle Database processing needs of many organizations.

 

–Independent 16X scaling of database servers and 21X scaling of storage resources let customers tailor solutions to meet their current needs and add additional capabilities later as demands change.

–High parallelism, low SQL read latencies, and up to 2,880 GB/sec of analytics throughput with 40 PB of HCC compressed databases let organizations run transaction processing, analytics, machine learning, and other database workloads fast, efficiently, and with lower costs.

–Flexible subscription pricing with online consumption scaling lets customers tightly control costs and meet peak requirements without interrupting operations.

–Oracle Operator Access Control lets customer IT teams address concerns about remote management by authorizing, limiting, monitoring, and controlling all remote infrastructure management.

On-premises performance, scale, and availability for Oracle Database

Oracle Exadata Database Machine lets customers meet the needs of growing on-premises workloads with the highest performance, scale, and availability for transaction processing, analytics, and in-database machine learning workloads. By consolidating database workloads of all scale and criticality on a single system, customers reduce the amount of infrastructure they need, reduce administration, and lower costs.

Features

–An integrated, full-stack solution with built-in high availability and monthly patching lets IT teams reduce system management while improving security.

–Starting configurations with 384 database processing cores, 192 SQL processing cores in storage servers, 135 GB/sec of analytics throughput, and 30.72 TB capacity optimized flash drives meet the combined Oracle Database processing needs of many organizations.

–Scaling up to single-rack or multirack systems with flexible numbers of database and storage servers per rack meets the database consolidation needs of virtually any organization.

 

–Unique capabilities, such as SQL query offload to intelligent storage servers and automatic indexing, let customers scale application performance with minimal tuning by DBAs.

–Support for virtually any data type, workload, and development style lets developers focus on innovation instead of integration, creating new data and event-driven applications or adding capabilities to current ones without the need for extensive external capabilities.

The full power of Oracle Exadata Database in Microsoft Azure

Oracle Database@Azure lets organizations run workloads where they choose, modernize and innovate with Oracle and Azure services, and simplify cloud purchasing and management. Customers combine Azure services of their choosing with Oracle Autonomous Database and Oracle Exadata Database Service, OCI services that are deeply integrated with and colocated in Azure data centers, achieving high performance, scale, and availability for their Oracle Database workloads.

Features

–The highest level of Oracle Database performance, scale, and availability using Oracle Exadata infrastructure

–Pricing and feature parity with OCI, including Oracle Real Application Clusters

–The simplicity, security, and latency of a single operating environment within Azure, including federated identity and access management for database services with Microsoft Entra ID

 

–Oracle Database service logs, metrics, and events available directly in Azure to simplify monitoring and troubleshooting

–The ability to purchase through Azure Marketplace with current Azure commitments and use current Oracle Database licenses and unlimited license agreements

 

Deutsche Bank adopts Exadata Cloud@Customer for big cost savings

“Oracle fits into [our] strategy and complements our existing journey. There will be applications staying in the on-premises world, and we need to invest in simplifying them. It fully supports our cloud strategy, supports consuming technology as a service, and comes with significant financial benefits.”

Bernd Leukert
Head of Technology, Data and Innovation, Deutsche Bank

Guitar Center improves performance more than 30% and enjoys greater adaptability using Exadata Database Service

“With OCI and its Exadata Database Service, we’re able to operate a highly connected, distributed cloud environment without needing to replatform our core systems. We’ve improved the efficiency of our systems and expect to be able to realize cost savings of more than 40%—while delivering new services and experiences to our customers.”

Ravi Balwada,
CTO, Guitar Center

Samsung SDS innovates with 300 Oracle Exadata systems

“We have implemented nearly 300 Exadata systems for our customers in manufacturing, financial services, construction and engineering, and public and private sector services. Aligning with our digital innovation strategy and our journey to enterprise cloud, we have now adopted the first Exadata Cloud@Customer in one of our data centers and look forward to deploying Oracle Autonomous Database.”

Dr. WP Hong
CEO, Samsung SDS

FedEx moves accounts receivable system to Oracle Cloud and Exadata Database Service

“I’m glad we made the decision to move the Oracle E-Business Suite instance to OCI. It’s one of the best decisions I have been part of in my 23 years at FedEx.”

Rajesh Singh
Vice President of IT, FedEx

TIM Brasil implements a multicloud architecture with databases running on Oracle Exadata Database Service

“We are undergoing an important cloud transformation to improve our environmental, social, and governance practices. Using a multicloud strategy, we are the first carrier in Brazil to move 100% of our workloads to the cloud. It includes moving our customer billing system, our CRM and VMware workloads to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.”

Pietro Labriola
CEO, TIM Brasil

LALUX innovates and maintains data sovereignty using Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer

“We were dealing with Solvency II, cloud guidelines IT governance, GDPR, and more. Staying compliant with these rules consumes an important part of the budget and workload at the expense of innovation projects. However, a generation of new technology, especially around data, represents a huge opportunity for LALUX as an innovation enabler.”

Vincent Arnal
Head of IT Department, LALUX

Exadata use cases

  • Deliver a database cloud in enterprise data centers

    Simplify private database clouds and increase developer productivity with Exadata Database Service and Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer.

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  • Run mission-critical apps at the speed of business

    Run Oracle and third-party, packaged applications faster and at lower costs with increased transaction processing and reporting performance.

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  • Generate new insights

    Operate data warehouses faster and gain new insights with Oracle Exadata—on-premises or in OCI.

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  • Consolidate databases for greater efficiency and lower costs

    Run the automated Exadata Database Service and fully managed Autonomous Database on the same Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer, increasing consolidation efficiency while reducing both management and consumption costs.

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  • Accelerate multicloud architectures

    Take advantage of the best of multiple clouds by running applications on Microsoft Azure or other clouds and high performance databases on Exadata Cloud Infrastructure in OCI.

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JUNE 22, 2023

Introducing Exadata Cloud@Customer X10M

Bob Thome, Vice President of Product Management for Exadata Cloud@Customer

Exadata Cloud@Customer X10M provides extreme scalability, performance, and economics, enabling you to run more OLTP transactions, perform more complex analytics, and consolidate larger workloads. With 190 usable processor cores per database server and 64 cores per storage server, you can do more work with fewer servers, reducing your overall infrastructure subscription.

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