Building on the success of Oracle’s Exadata [email protected] service over the last three years, Oracle announced the availability of Oracle Autonomous Database on Exadata [email protected] on Thursday, said a press release.
This new offering combines the latest Oracle Database with the fastest Oracle Database platform—Exadata—delivered as a cloud service in customer data centres.
It eliminates database management and capital expenditures while enabling pay-per-use and elastic consumption of database cloud resources. It also addresses data sovereignty, security, and performance concerns that prevent some enterprise workloads from moving to the public cloud
Autonomous Database is available to run at customer data centres both as a standalone offering and as part of Oracle Dedicated Region [email protected], the industry’s first onpremises cloud region, which was also announced on Thursday.
Oracle Autonomous Database on Exadata [email protected] is the simplest and fastest transition to a cloud model with typical deployments taking less than a week.
Existing applications at a data centre can simply connect and run without requiring any application changes — while the data never leaves the customer’s data centre.
This is ideal for enterprises that find it challenging to move their mission-critical database workloads to the public cloud due to data sovereignty and regulatory requirements, security and performance concerns, or because their on-premises applications and databases are tightly coupled.
Samsung SDS and NTT DoCoMo have welcomed Autonomous Database on Exadata [email protected]
Samsung SDS is the largest enterprise cloud solutions provider in Korea that delivers data-driven digital innovations to customers in 41 countries worldwide while NTT DoCoMo is the number one mobile carrier in Japan with the largest customer base.
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