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Oracle Exadata Performance, with Cloud Simplicity

Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer delivers the world’s most advanced database cloud to customers who require their databases to be located on premises. Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer uniquely combines the world’s #1 database technology and Oracle Exadata, the most powerful database platform, with the simplicity, agility, and elasticity of a cloud-based deployment. It is identical to Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service, but located in customers’ own data centers and managed by Oracle Cloud experts. This enables a consistent Oracle Exadata Cloud experience for customers—whether on premises or in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure data centers.

Enterprise Workloads

Enterprise Workloads

Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer is the best cloud database platform, as it can deliver extreme performance, mission critical availability and the highest security for all Online Transaction Processing (OLTP), Data Warehousing (DW), In-Memory Analytics, and Mixed/Hybrid workloads, making it the ideal database consolidation platform for the cloud.

Security First

Security First and Always Available

Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer is engineered with infrastructure, network, platform, and database protection as a priority.

Migration Made Easy

Migration Made Easy

Full compatibility between on-premises databases and databases deployed on Oracle Exadata Cloud at Customer makes migration to Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer easy and low risk.

Product Features

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Performance

    Engineered Systems

  • The platform that delivers Exadata Cloud is Oracle Exadata, which has been established as the highest performing, most cost effective and highest available platform for deploying Oracle databases. Exadata was designed from the beginning as a cloud architecture featuring scale-out database servers and scale-out intelligent storage servers connected by an ultra-fast InfiniBand network. Exadata delivers many smart hardware and software innovations for databases, distinguishing itself from other generic converged systems
  • Scale to 400 cores and 8 nodes with up to 5.7 TB of RAM, over 300 TB of NVMe Flash Cache and 479 TB of Database Storage Available.
  • Database Edition

  • Choose either the Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance or the Bring Your Own License (BYOL) model. The Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance subscription model provides every Oracle Database feature and option, ensuring the highest performance and best availability. BYOL is designed to minimize costs when migrating to the cloud. In a BYOL model, customers can deploy their existing Oracle Enterprise Edition and Database Option licenses on Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer.

Security

  • Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer delivers Exadata as an Oracle Cloud Service in the physical protection of a customer data center, and is based on comprehensive security measures deployed in the hardware infrastructure, network, Exadata platform, and Oracle Database. The security features of Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer segregate customer data access and Oracle Cloud Operations, and ensure that data that enters or leaves the Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer is secure, data that resides on the system is secure, access to the system is secure, and the code that runs on the system is secure.

Availability

  • Oracle Exadata is engineered to provide the highest levels of availability. Each Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer system has completely redundant hardware components. In addition, Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer comes preintegrated with Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) best practices for database high-availability (HA) technologies such as Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC), Oracle Automatic Storage Management (ASM), Oracle Recovery Manager (Oracle RMAN), Oracle Flashback, and Oracle Active Data Guard. Further Exadata-specific HA capabilities, such as instant detection of compute and storage server failures and Exadata I/O latency capping, significantly enhance Exadata availability.

Manageability

  • Perform familiar database administration and OS administration tasks aided by Cloud Automation for database provisioning, backup, patching, and upgrades. Database and OS updates are initiated by customers on their preferred schedule. Underlying infrastructure for Oracle Gen 2 Exadata Cloud at Customer, including Exadata InfiniBand network, physical servers, hypervisors, Exadata Storage Servers, and Exadata System Software, is deployed, monitored, maintained and managed by Oracle Cloud Operations. This allows customers to focus on application and business logic necessary for the core business, instead of getting bogged down with infrastructure maintenance projects. This enables customers to accelerate time to market, increase availability, and reduce business risk.

Flexibility

  • Choose from database versions 11.2.0.4, 12.1.0.2, 12.2.0.1, 18c, or 19c.
  • Create multiple databases and database versions on your Oracle Exadata Cloud Service and utilize built-in features to accommodate mixed workloads such as I/O resource management.
  • Dynamically scale the CPUs on your Oracle Exadata Cloud Service with no downtime; pay for only what your workloads need saving unnecessary costs.
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