Why Should Your Business Adopt Oracle’s Exadata?
Oracle Exadata platforms is recognized to provide optimum database efficiency and performance for analytics, mixed data and OLTP workloads. Having a comprehensive array of deployment alternatives, it enables businesses operate their Oracle database and workloads where they want, either in the Oracle Cloud, on-premises, Cloud at Customer in their data center or any mix of these models.
In this post, we will share some of the top reasons for why your business should adopt Oracle’s Exadata.
1. Through Exadata, You Run your Business Not Just Infrastructure
Your business runs on data and information, and most of your data and information resides on your databases that fuel your business growth.
But how do you ensure that you are getting the most of your valuable data and information?
The answer is Oracle Exadata; or more precisely, Cloud-ready Oracle Exadata.
Exadata offers optimized database efficiency and performance, with high operational flexibility for business strategy around digital transformation, IoT, or agile IT. It also decreases the database infrastructure’s complexity and makes it ready for cloud migration, improves productivity and efficiency and helps businesses gain a financial return.
2. Initiate Innovation and Improvised Business Operations
The traditional way to develop a database infrastructure is to apply the same standard servers and storage used elsewhere in the data center, but databases are not the generic/standard workloads. Generic or standard infrastructure can result in issues that slow the application deployment down as well as query response tenure, affecting the operation and revenue growth.
Exadata also makes app development teams more flexible and productive and brings more efficiency to the database administrator teams. It lets them provide mode value by using new business apps faster and offering timely and valuable data that supports the business operations. Exadata also enhances database scalability, performance, reliability and deliver improved operational efficiencies and business outcomes.
3. Enormously Lessens OpEx & CapEx
Demand for increased data storage, along with multi- vendor database infrastructure, may imply greater costs, more complexity and less efficiency. Using generic hardware implies there is more to maintain, manage and upgrade.
A bigger data center footprint means more cooling, power and floor space to pay for. Then you also must encounter the risk of errors. Oracle’s Exadata provided more database and application performance with significantly less hardware and fewer licenses. Hence, a business must pay less for the hardware it needs and gets better services and increased productivity in return. A business can achieve all this without having to boost their IT specialization and headcount. They can use the cloud to scale up or scale down as per the needs.
4. High Security for Corporate Data & Availability
It is important for the databases running the business applications, to be 100% operational. By running a multi-vendor infrastructure, a business may risk having slow-running apps and even costly downtime. With software and hardworking working together, a business can radically cut system downtime. As per IDC, the built-in redundancy and resilience in Exadata means it offers 94 percent less unexpected downtime.