Oracle's Exadata Cloud Service X8M is now available at Oracle Cloud Platform

Oracle Exadata Cloud Service

Oracle introduced its new generation of Oracle Exadata Cloud Service powered by the Oracle Exadata X8M platform.

Oracle claims that its Oracle Exadata Cloud Service is the fastest, lowest latency, and most scalable. The database service can handle any kind of workload of any size, notes the announcement

Executive Opinion

Executive Vice President, Mission-critical Database Technologies, Oracle, Juan Loaiza, said, “As an increasing number of organizations shift their important workloads to the cloud, they have found that many cloud databases have performance, availability and scaling limitations. With today’s announcement, Oracle enables customers to run any business-critical database workload—including the largest and most compute and memory-intensive workloads—with dramatically faster performance, higher scalability and elasticity, and lower costs than any other cloud provider. The new generation of Oracle’s Exadata Cloud Service is based on the proven Exadata platform that is already in use by 86 percent of the Fortune Global 100 to run their most demanding workloads.”

Oracle's Exadata Cloud Service X8M

The high performing service offers Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) from databases to Intel® Optane™ Persistent Memory in smart storage servers. This brings an improvement of 2.5 times higher transaction processing IOs and 10 times better IO latency than the previous Exadata Cloud Service release.

The service scales up to 4,600 CPU Cores, 44 TB DRAM, 96 TB persistent memory, 1.6 PB flash, and 25 PB of database capacity. Oracle also claims that the service offers database IOs that are 50 times faster than Amazon AWS Relational Database Service (RDS) and leverages all-flash storage. The service also supports relational databases 20X bigger than on AWS' RDS and scale 25 times in CPU scaling.

Oracle's Exadata Cloud Service X8M is available in 26 global cloud regions and Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer. 
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