Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4-8

Extreme Performance and Scalability for All Applications

Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4-8 comes with eight-socket database servers and is well-suited for high-end OLTP, in-memory and memory-intensive workloads, large-scale database consolidations, including database as a service (DBaaS) and multirack data warehouses.

  • Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4-8

    Lower costs by consolidating all workloads on one platform.

  • Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4-8

    Accelerate workload performance up to 10x and make better business decisions in real time.

  • Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4-8

    Run more queries concurrently for faster access to critical information.

  • Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4-8

    Redundant database nodes, storage nodes and networking for extreme performance and up time.

Oracle Exadata Database Machine X4-8 Overview
  • Industry-leading performance, availability, scalability, and security
  • Faster query and data mining performance with smart-scan offloading
  • Eight-socket server database nodes capable of up to 24 TB of system memory
  • Elastic configuration optimizes system for specific workloads, including extreme flash storage or high-capacity storage with flash cache
  • Faster query response times and throughput with Oracle Exadata Smart Flash Cache
  • Reduces data warehouse storage by up to 10x and archives by up to 50x with Oracle Exadata Hybrid Columnar Compression
  • High-speed, low-latency network links speed transactions—many times faster than traditional storage or server networks
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Customer Success Stories
Cox Communications Drives OLTP and Analytics with Oracle Exadata

Learn how John Landis, senior director at Cox Communications, used Oracle Exadata to reduce his storage needs by a factor of 8X. (1:07)

Customer Success Stories
State Revenue Office Victoria Saves US$24 Million in One Year and Improves Productivity
We extended the useful life and capabilities of our core revenue-management system, and saved US$24 million in system replacement costs the first year. We expect this to increase to US$80 million in long-term savings, as well as to improve productivity, minimize risks, and increase agility.
-- Paul Dulfer, CIO, State Revenue Office Victoria
Customer Success Stories
National Instruments Introduces New Business Intelligence Solutions—Runs Reports up to 30x Faster and Expands Customer Insight
Oracle Exadata Database Machine was a game changer for our business intelligence initiatives, opening a new world of opportunity. We also gained headroom to grow without the need to rework our architecture. During our proof of concept, we saw a 15-fold to 30-fold improvement in reporting speed.
-- Paul Franco, Business Intelligence Manager, National Instruments Corp.

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