Oracle Private Cloud@Customer simplifies customers’ cloud deployments by combining the scalability, zero-downtime upgradability, and security of an on-premises Oracle Private Cloud Appliance with a flexible subscription model. Pre-built and completely IaaS-ready, Private Cloud@Customer reduces the time customers require to reach full production to just a few hours. IT teams deploy and manage diverse workloads with optimized performance of containerized, cloud native applications and enterprise applications running on multiple operating systems.
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A complete data center-based cloud solution that enables customers to reduce risks and costs, while maintaining control of their workloads.
Private Cloud@Customer systems are owned, managed, and patched by Oracle, eliminating customers’ CapEx requirements, while reducing system administration-related OpEx.
Integrated Kubernetes and Docker support makes it easier for IT departments to implement scalable, cloud native workloads in on-premises private clouds and make the applications portable to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Hard partitioning enables companies to reduce software license usage, allowing them to lower the cost of running Oracle software.
Oracle Linux and Oracle Solaris operating systems, the Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment, and Oracle VM virtualization software are included to reduce customers’ total cost of ownership (TCO).
Pre-built Oracle VM templates enable customers to deploy applications, middleware, and databases faster than with do-it-yourself (DIY) solutions.
High-performance, low-latency, software-defined networking (SDN) automates compute and storage network configuration so customer can be running workloads on optimized infrastructure in days instead of weeks (PDF)
The fully integrated Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment enables enterprises to easily automate the deployment, scaling, and management of application containers with Kubernetes.
Oracle Enterprise Manager and Ansible playbooks simplify IT manager tasks by automating infrastructure provisioning. Administrators manage Oracle Private Cloud@Customer and attached ZFS Storage Appliance systems from a single dashboard.
A pre-built, integrated solution with hardware, software, and management provides customers with agile, intelligent infrastructure quicker and at a lower price than DIY alternatives (PDF).
Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment, Oracle VM virtualization, and Oracle operating system software are included in the subscription fee, keeping customer costs low.
Software licensing on a subset of the compute nodes and CPU cores in the system lowers total costs.
Compute nodes can be added or removed from Oracle Private Cloud@Customer configurations without downtime to maximize application uptime and minimize TCO.
Oracle managed full-stack patching simplifies the troubleshooting and patching of customer application infrastructure while reducing IT operations, compared to multivendor, DIY solutions (PDF).
Each compute node uses the latest Intel® Xeon® processors with 48 CPU cores and up to 1.5 TB of memory to run customer workloads at top speed.
Full-stack performance optimizations accelerate crucial customer workloads by up to 40% compared to traditional DIY architectures as described in CSP Brazil’s video.
A high-performance Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance is tightly integrated into every Private Cloud Appliance so IO intensive customer workloads like OLTP, data warehousing, and heavily virtualized environments run as fast as possible.
Independent scaling of compute resources from 96 to 1,200 CPU cores and storage from 200 TB to more than 2 PB of usable capacity enables customers to economically meet evolving workload requirements.
Built-in, software-defined networking operates multiple internal networks over a single physical one, reducing the complexity of customer IT deployments and cutting workloads for network management teams.
Oracle Enterprise Manager simplifies customer IT team workloads by enabling full-stack solution management, including Kubernetes container deployments, from a single console.
Advanced management and analytics enable enterprises to quickly understand why individual workloads create performance-limiting congestion.
Infrastructure isolation and granular storage encryption enable companies to support multiple external clients or internal organizations with a single system.
The Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment enables developers to quickly create and easily scale containerized applications using Kubernetes.
The Kubernetes Engine dashboard automates container creation for clusters, services, and logs so customer applications can easily move between on-premises and cloud environments.
Oracle Enterprise Manager enables IT teams to quickly create and manage on-premises clouds in customer data centers with less effort from an integrated environment.
The same proven technologies used in Oracle Exadata and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure maximize uptime for customer workloads.
A high-availability architecture with no single point of failure enables crucial customer applications to run through device failures.
Patching, maintenance, and upgrades can be completed without interrupting customer operations using zero-downtime upgrades.
Built-in VM-level disaster recovery utilizing Oracle Site Guard between multiple locations enables IT teams to quickly restore normal customer operations in case of an emergency.
Private Cloud@Customer is owned, managed, and maintained by Oracle while being deployed in customer data centers, eliminating capital expenditures and reducing administration-related operating expenses.
Standard system hardware installation including installation, configuration, and system functionality validation reduces workloads for customer IT teams.
24x7 system monitoring helps ensure customer uptime by delivering increased service levels via proactive notification of issues.
Oracle maintains the integrity of the Private Cloud@Customer environment and maintains records of change requests and maintenance to meet customer’s governance requirements.
Oracle management of product support service requests (SR) for hardware and software components saves customers time and aids in delivering quick resolution.
Oracle’s periodic deployment of patches keeps the underlying platform updated and secure, saving customers valuable time.
Embedded controller software streamlines installation in customer data centers while reducing configuration and management by IT teams.
Central monitoring, metering, and self-service portal capabilities make it easy for IT teams to deploy infrastructure as-a-service (IaaS) capabilities.
Eight isolated tenant groups with 256 VLANs per group enables secure multitenant deployments in service provider and enterprise environments.
Private Cloud@Customer compute nodes are available with 384 GB, 768 GB, or 1.5 TB each, so organizations can eliminate investments in unnecessary capabilities.
100 GbE internal networking and a choice of 10/25/40/100GbE connectivity to other systems in customer data centers maximize the performance of crucial application workloads.
Create a secure, highly available, multitenant private cloud using Oracle Private Cloud Appliance or Private Cloud@Customer so customers can quickly deploy high-performance applications.
Reduce the complexity of supporting enterprise and cloud-native workloads, while increasing their performance by consolidating customer applications with a scalable Oracle Private Cloud@Customer solution.
Create a cardholder data environment using Oracle Private Cloud Appliance or Private Cloud@Customer that enables merchants to comply with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) requirements.
Reduce the total cost of running Oracle applications and with Private Cloud@Customer’s partitioning licensing, cost-effective scalability, and management automation.
“Oracle has just released an update to its Private Cloud Appliance which comes complete with cloud-native technologies, including automated Kubernetes set-up out of the box. This gives customers a cost effective and portable way to securely run and maintain workloads either on-premises or in public clouds.”Read the complete post