Enterprises today are seeking options to move their on-premises workloads to the cloud. They want the benefits of cloud without leaving behind the predictability, governance, and security of the corporate data center. With the addition of Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Services, Oracle provides an enterprise cloud platform that operates exactly as customers want it to.
Oracle Infrastructure as a Service now includes a high-performance architecture that avoids overprovisioning and provides industry-leading compute and network price and performance. New bare metal servers provide single-tenant compute isolation, no hypervisor security vulnerabilities, near-instant provisioning, and transparency for control and governance. With parallel capabilities to your own corporate data center, you can rely on the Oracle Cloud for all enterprise workloads. No other public cloud provider has engineered as extensive a solution to meet enterprise needs.
Three new related cloud services combine to add further innovation to Oracle Cloud:
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Aaron de los Reyes, senior director of the Oracle Technical Services practice at Cognizant, describes how IaaS gives the flexibility to increase computing power, storage, and networking in the cloud while controlling costs.
“The availability of VCN and bare-metal compute with NVMe SSDs helped us to bring over our on-premises Cloudera environments, including machine learning modules, with minimal changes in our application code. High performance, nonblocking Virtual Customer Network ensures reliable, high-bandwidth connections between workers providing on premises-like performance in the public cloud framework to make our clusters scale up or down depending on the workload requirements. Now, we are able to build multiple new applications on this data platform quickly with two times more query performance. We save 40 percent compared with on-premises deployment and 30 percent compared with AWS.”
“The overall benefit to ironSource was the ability to scale effectively our QA automation infrastructure. Windows client testing in the public cloud has historically been very difficult, but Ravello has been able to provide a clear, simple solution.”