Multicloud

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) lets you combine cloud services from multiple clouds to optimize cost, functionality, and performance. OCI’s multicloud services help you modernize your databases and applications with unique capabilities, including Oracle’s Real Application Clusters (RAC) and Autonomous Database, paired with leading services from Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). OCI integration services facilitate your SaaS integration with other applications in real time.

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Architecture

  • Data analytics on the frontend on Azure with Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse on the backend in Oracle Database Service for Azure on OCI for real-time data insight
  • Data feed from Oracle E-Business Suite to Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse using OCI GoldenGate
  • Data transfer to Azure Data Lake via Oracle Interconnect for Microsoft Azure and Azure data gateway for batch data upload

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Data analytics pipeline diagram
The data analytics pipeline architecture diagram includes three main components: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Oracle Database Services for Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft Azure. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Microsoft Azure are bidirectionally linked via Oracle Interconnect for Microsoft Azure. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure component includes E-Business Suite, GoldenGate and Autonomous Data Warehouse. E-Business Suite data are feed into Autonomous Data Warehouse via GoldenGate. Oracle Database Services for Microsoft Azure component includes Autonomous Data Warehouse and Oracle Interconnect for Microsoft Azure. Oracle Interconnect for Microsoft Azure is a network service that connects OCI FastConnect directly with Azure ExpressRoute. Microsoft Azure component includes Synapse, Data Lake, and Data gateway.

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Architecture

  • PowerBuilder, .NET, and Go applications are on the frontend on AWS and GCP with Autonomous Database on the backend on OCI.
  • OCI FastConnect partner connects FastConnect to AWS Direct Connect and Google Interconnect.

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Split stack diagram
The split stack architecture diagram includes three main components: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, AWS, and GCP. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure connects to AWS via OCI FastConnect, Equinix Fabric, and AWS Direct Connect. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure connects to GCP via OCI FastConnect, Equinix Fabric, and Google Interconnect. Equinix Fabric is at the center of the network connections. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure component includes Autonomous Database and GoldenGate. AWS component includes App in container and App in VM. GCP component includes App in container and App in VM.

Integrate SaaS applications with applications on different clouds to achieve business agility and innovation.

Architecture

  • Replicate an Oracle Retail cloud database to a SQL server to run the custom application on Azure.
  • Achieve near real-time integration of customer apps with the SaaS application.
  • The data is also replicated from OCI GoldenGate to GoldenGate for a SQL server running in Azure and subsequently loaded into an Azure SQL database.

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SaaS integration diagram
The SaaS integration architecture diagram includes four main components: SaaS, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Oracle Interconnect for Azure, and Azure. SaaS component connects to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Oracle Interconnect for Azure via one-way replication. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure connects to Azure via Oracle Interconnect for Azure. SaaS component includes SaaS app, SaaS Database which is an Autonomous Database, and GoldenGate. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure component includes Database and GoldenGate. Oracle Interconnect for Azure includes OCI FastConnect and Azure ExpressRoute. Azure includes Application VM, SQL server, and GoldenGate. The data replication of SaaS Database has two options: One option is replicated by GoldenGate in SaaS component to GoldenGate and Database in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure; The other option is replicated by GoldenGate in SaaS component to Oracle Interconnect for Azure to GoldenGate and SQL server in Azure. The data replication of the Database in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure component can be replicated by GoldenGate in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure component to Oracle Interconnect for Azure to GoldenGate and SQL server in Azure component.

Integrate ERP on one cloud with applications running on other clouds to meet business agility and IT modernization needs.

Architecture

  • Application stacks on OCI and Azure interoperate and share data.
  • Maintain high performance connectivity between dependent applications in the cloud with no re-architecture.
  • Siebel CRM 22.8 in OCI Container Engine for Kubernetes with Oracle Exadata Database Service on OCI.
  • Low-latency, high-speed integration with Azure-hosted apps using Oracle Interconnect for Azure.

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App to app diagram
The App to app architecture diagram has three main components: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Oracle Interconnect for Azure, and Microsoft Azure. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure connects to Microsoft Azure via Oracle Interconnect for Azure. The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure component includes Container Engine for Kubernetes with Siebel application in it, Exadata database, API Gateway and Integrations. Oracle Interconnect for Azure component includes OCI FastConnect and Azure ExpressRoute. Microsoft Azure component includes Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Mobile and Apps.

Distribute workloads to run on different clouds to achieve the best price-performance.

Architecture

  • Run workload orchestration on OCI and run a distributed Kubernetes or VM workload on OCI, AWS, and Azure.
  • Achieve a high level of parallel computing and good price-performance.

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Distributed workload diagram
The Distributed workload architecture diagram has three main components with network connections in between: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, AWS, and Azure. Oracle cloud infrastructure component includes Workload management, Container Engine for Kubernetes, and Workload in VM. AWS component includes App in container and App in VM. Azure component includes App in container and App in VM. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and AWS have two options to connect: One option is via Site-to-site VPN; The other option is via OCI FastConnect to Equinix Fabric to AWS Direct Connect. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Azure have two options to connect: One option is via Site-to-site VPN; The other option is via OCI FastConnect to Equinix Fabric to Azure ExpressRoute.

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