Oracle Database management capabilities enable companies of all sizes to confidently and easily migrate workloads to the cloud. Its massive cloud scalability and rapid analytics help deliver faster time to insights, greater agility, and real cost savings advantages. Whether you are developing applications or looking to migrate data management to the cloud, you now have instant access to enterprise-grade database capabilities. Oracle Database Cloud drives real business value with its ability to support a true hybrid cloud deployment strategy, 100 percent compatibility. Count on the same experience, whether on-premises or in the cloud. DBaaS environments can deliver production and non production database services that support average daily workload requirements while scaling up to handle increased demand and scaling-down when that demand has subsided.
Initial approaches for DBaaS were limited since they only relied upon virtual machines for workload isolation and database provisioning. As general technology containers, VMs had no intrinsic understanding of database operations, so they were unable to optimize performance, scalability, and resilience as well as simplify database administration efforts. Today’s best practice for database cloud services overcomes these limitations. The Oracle Private Database Cloud approach is both revolutionary and elegantly simple. By engineering multi tenant capabilities throughout the Oracle database platform, the complete range of database operations and administration can now be natively managed and without the overhead of a virtual machine. Oracle’s Private Database Cloud guarantees isolation and leverages Oracle’s strengths in reliability, scalability, security, and systems management. Large database estates also benefit from a host of related capabilities, such as cost-recovery reporting, self-service management, and public cloud integration.
Oracle Private Database Cloud
Oracle Private Database Cloud Services or Oracle Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) is no longer a new idea. In fact, it is quickly becoming the de facto standard for development and testing environments both on premises and in the public cloud. The Oracle Private Database Cloud approach is both revolutionary and elegantly simple. And while there are many use cases and deployment options, overall database total cost of ownership and business agility have benefited from a standardized approach to workload management. Whether you are a DBA, an operations manager, or a CIO, you are well aware that business-driven interest in social, mobile, big data, and internet of things have caused an explosion of development, data, and database workloads. The justification for database operations to pool resources and standardize services has never been clearer. Today’s best practices in cloud architecture require server scalability, zero data loss resiliency, and most importantly workload security and isolation through multitenancy.
Oracle Database As A Service
To ensure that the right information is available when it is needed, IT projects often spend a large portion of their time, resources and money to create what amounts to individual information silos, with distinct requirements, configurations, and support models. Historically, production environments have been configured for peak load, peak performance and uninterrupted business continuity. They have been shadowed by multiple development, testing, quality assurance environments that mirror various aspects of their production counterparts. The acquisition and ongoing maintenance and support costs associated with this approach are significant and are often repeated for each business application. DBaaS affords organizations an opportunity to standardize and optimize on a platform that eliminates the need to deploy, manage and support dedicated database hardware and software for each project’s multiple development, testing, production, and fail over environments.