Some customers can’t move their data and applications to the public cloud because of data privacy concerns, industry regulations, or unique security constraints. Fortunately, they can still take advantage of the scalability, affordability, and ease of public cloud technology by using Oracle Cloud technology in their own data center. Based on a ﬂexible subscription model, Oracle Cloud at Customer is ideal when data must remain on premises for regulatory, privacy, legal, or performance reasons. This is another service that only Oracle offers.In other words, if you can’t move to the public cloud, Oracle will move the cloud to you by deploying and operating an instance of Oracle Cloud Machine or Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer behind your ﬁrewall. We will enjoy the same robust cloud platform services, the same automatic software updates, and the samesubscription-based pricing model as all Oracle Cloud customers do. Rather than purchasing hardware and software, you can simply subscribe to it, and let Oracle handle every aspect of installation, conﬁguration, patching, lifecycle management, upgrading, and monitoring. Customers with existing on-premises licenses can leverage that investment to use Oracle Database Cloud at a fraction of the old PaaS price. Oracle Bring Your Own License (Oracle BYOL) allows Oracle Database customers to seamlessly migrate to the cloud. With Oracle’s 100 percent workload compatibility and license mobility, we can preserve our existing investment.
Data Warehouse in the Cloud
Oracle Cloud is ideal for data warehouse workloads. We are able to migrate mixed workloads—such as online transaction processing (OLTP) and analytics, from small applications to enterprise information systems. Oracle Cloud supports structured and unstructured data suchas NoSQL and Hadoop. We can also take advantage of a wide range of platform services for business intelligence, as well as use Oracle’s cloud-based integration services to accommodate third-party analytics.For high-performance data warehouses, consider Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service, which includes preconﬁgured hardware and software to eliminate costly data warehouse builds—and offers extreme performance for instant analytics.
Some companies sign on with a commodity cloud vendor, and then realize that they need advanced platform capabilities that the vendor can’t offer. Only Oracle supports hybrid cloud deployments that give us freedom to move workloads from own data center to the public cloud and back again, with mature migration tools to simplify the move.
We are subscribe to Oracle Bare Metal server and storage infrastructure, then install the exact operating systems, middleware, databases, and applications that we need. Dedicated servers deliver predictable performance and extensive control so you can optimize your applications. In addition, you can take advantage of industry-leading technologies such as Oracle Database, Oracle RAC, and the wide range of Oracle IaaS and Oracle PaaS cloud services.
Oracle Compute Cloud Deployment Process
Select Type of Environment to Deploy: DevTest or Production
Allocate Compute Resources
Create the Instances
Configure the Application
Release the Users
The Superiority of Oracle Cloud
Uniﬁed management tools for monitoring applications and infrastructure
Superior utilities for capacity planning, compliance, scheduling, and log analytics
Compute services that are 11.5 times faster than commodity servers, yet cost about 20 percent less
Storage capacity at about one-seventh the cost of commodity cloud alternatives
The below reason help us to choice Oracle cloud
• Engineered Systems dramatically increase compute performance and scalability while at the same time generally achieve economies which reduce IT costs.
• Engineered Systems reallocate much of the IT labor needed for highly technical and specialized hardware and compute services from the customer to the vendor.
• Exalogic configurations available for private cloud deployment are not just limited to large enterprise companies. The offerings go down to eighth rack sizing, made up of 4 servers, thereby becoming a viable option for SMBs.
• Oracle have the infrastructure in place to support high demand and massive enterprises, with fairly straightforward pricing that favors this level of usage. After all, Oracle is one of the pioneers in the database field, and they’re bringing this expertise to PaaS and IaaS. Oracle’s big data management system is particularly enticing, especially for organizations that are already heavily invested in Oracle products.