Oracle debuts Multi-VM Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer to provide the complete, converged database at a low-cost entry point that solve the customer data management challenges which make running applications and analytics complex and costly to develop and run. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why Oracle Multi-VM Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer is ready to streamline application development, provide TCO benefits, improve application development productivity, accelerate cloud adoption, and provides clear differentiation against rival solutions such as AWS RDS on AWS Outposts.
Oracle launches Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M swiftly providing the OLTP I/O latency and analytics throughput advantages that vastly eclipse both the public cloud AWS RDS and Azure SQL offerings. Futurum’s Ron Westfall examines why Exadata Cloud@Customer X9M shellacs the public cloud AWS and Azure offerings, let alone any on-premises options, across key latency, IOPS, throughput, and cost metrics that give Oracle a virtually insurmountable competitive edge.
Oracle has announced the launch of its next generation exadata service called X8M, which will be delivered on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.