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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Streaming

Streaming service is a real-time, serverless, Apache Kafka-compatible event streaming platform for developers and data scientists. Streaming is tightly integrated with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Database, GoldenGate, and Integration Cloud. The service also provides out-of-the-box integrations for hundreds of third-party products across categories such as DevOps, databases, big data, and SaaS applications.

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Discover the benefits of using messages and streams on Oracle Cloud.

Kafka and Event Streaming

Serverless infrastructure

Elastic and scalable platform

Data engineers can easily set up and operate big data pipelines. Oracle handles all infrastructure and platform management for event streaming, including provisioning, scaling, and security patching.

Deploy streaming apps at scale

With the help of consumer groups, Streaming can provide state management for thousands of consumers. This helps developers easily build applications at scale.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure integrations

Native integrations with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services include Object Storage for long-term storage, Monitoring for observability, Resource Manager for deploying at scale, and Tagging for easier cost tracking/account management.

Kafka Connect Harness

The Kafka Connect Harness provides out-of-the-box integrations with hundreds of data sources and sinks, including GoldenGate, Integration Cloud, Database, and compatible third-party offerings.


Open standards-based

Open source Apache Kafka-compatible

Run open source software as an Oracle-managed service. Streaming’s Kafka compatibility significantly reduces vendor lock-in and helps customers easily adopt hybrid and multicloud architectures.

Choice of APIs

Developers have the flexibility of using either Apache Kafka APIs or Oracle Cloud’s native Streaming APIs, which are available in SDKs such as Python, Java, Typescript, and Go.

Easy transition for Kafka implementations

Customers with existing Kafka implementations, whether deployed on-premises or on other clouds, can easily migrate to Streaming by changing a few configuration parameters.


Security and reliability

Encryption and privacy

For security, the service provides data encryption both in transit and at rest. Streaming is integrated with Identity and Access Management (IAM) for fine-grained access control, as well as Private Endpointsand Vault (KMS) for data privacy.

Fault tolerance and SLAs

The service uses synchronous data replication across geographically distributed Availability Domains for fault tolerance and durability. Streaming is backed by a 99.95% service availability SLA. Oracle will provide credits for any breaches of this SLA.

Consistent performance

Streaming provides tenancy-level data isolation and eliminates “noisy neighbor” performance issues, irrespective of scale and usage.


Industry-leading pricing

Pay-as-you-use

Customers pay only for what they use, making the service attractive for workloads with large spikes in usage.

Simple pricing model

Customers pay only for throughput and storage, with no upfront costs or early termination penalties.

Zero-cost data movement

Unlike other public cloud providers, Oracle does not charge any additional fees for data movement from Streaming to other Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.


Streaming use cases

  • High throughput message bus

    Streaming service is ideal for microservices and other applications that require high throughput/low latency data movement and strict ordering guarantees.

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  • Real-time analytics engine

    Feed data at scale from websites or mobile apps to a data warehouse, monitoring system, or analytics engine. Real-time actions help ensure that developers can take action before data goes stale.

    Streaming service with Serverless Functions and Splunk

  • Integration with Oracle Database and SaaS applications

    Use Streaming to ingest application and infrastructure logs from Oracle SaaS applications, such as E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft, and Change Data Capture (CDC) logs from Oracle Database. Leverage Streaming’s Kafka connectors for Oracle Integration Cloud, then transport them to downstream systems, such as Object Storage, for long-term retention.

    Kafka Connect and Autonomous Database

Pricing

Customers pay only for data throughput and storage consumption. Oracle does not charge any additional fees for data movement from Streaming service to other Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Streaming

Product
Unit price
Metric
Streaming-PUT or GET

Gigabytes of data transferred
Streaming-Storage

Gigabytes per hour
March 17, 2020

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Todd Sharp, Developer Evangelist, Oracle

In my last post, I talked about some of the reasons why it makes sense to take advantage of the power of our RDBMS to handle data instead of manually implementing solutions in our application code. In the next few posts, I'm going to start backing up some of that reasoning with some actual examples…

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