Oracle recently showcased its prowess in cloud database computing claiming it beat Amazon’s web service in head-to-head comparison and reinforced its proposition to market by launching a superior Database as a Service solution.
At the Oracle Open World 2016 which concluded in San Francisco recently, the Oracle Executive Chairman and Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison [pictured above] demonstrated that Amazon databases are 20 years behind the latest release of the Oracle Database in the Cloud.
In his second keynote presentation at Oracle OpenWorld 2016 attended by nearly 60,000 participants from over 140 countries, Ellison shared benchmark test results that showed that Oracle Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) performed up to 105X faster for Analytics workloads, 35X faster for online transaction processing (OLTP), and 1000+X faster for mixed workloads compared to Amazon DBaaS. Ellison also showed that the Oracle Cloud is optimized for running Oracle Database while Amazon Web Services (AWS) is not. An Oracle Database running on the Oracle Cloud performed up to 24X faster than an Oracle Database running on AWS.
‘Oracle’s new technologies will drive the Cloud databases and infrastructure of the future,’ said Ellison. ‘Amazon are decades behind in every database area that matters, and their systems are more closed than mainframe computers.’
Ellison also announced at Open World 2016 the availability of Oracle Database 12c Release 2 in the Oracle Cloud with the launch of the new Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service. This service provides the full enterprise edition of the Oracle Database running on the database-optimized Exadata infrastructure. Starting at just $ 175 per month, Ellison showed this Cloud service is lower cost than similar offerings from Amazon.
With the launch of Oracle Database 12c Release 2 in the Cloud first, Oracle has demonstrated that the Oracle Cloud is the most optimized, complete and integrated Cloud for Oracle Database. The latest release provides…