Oracle makes database now also on its own cloud platform run




Oracle CEO Larry Ellison announced the Oracle OpenWorld conference Cloud Platform. Companies can have their Oracle databases and Java applications move to cloud servers from Oracle and back, or the database software as a service decrease.

According to Ellison’s Oracle Cloud Platform makes it possible to move to cloud servers from Oracle. Databases and Java applications “with the push of a button from company servers Ellison also suggested during his keynote that databases that run in the cloud have the same opportunities as databases that run on private servers, so writes Re / code.

Oracle has been working for several years to build a complete cloud offering based on the pillars software-as-a-service, infrastructure-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service. The platform layer is the Cloud Platform as Oracle now finished. Oracle customers would have their databases to migrate to the cloud platform, with non-Java applications can run on the IaaS layer now. Ellison also claimed to be on Oracle’s cloud platform speed gains made and thanks to the use of compression, less storage is used on average.

Oracle also announced the Zero Data Loss Appliance, a backup system that highly automated backups can create databases. These can be stored either in their own datacenter or in the cloud. The Zero Data Loss Appliance would be tens of thousands of databases can handle.

In collaboration with Intel, the M7 Sparc processor developed. This cpu would called ‘contain software-in-silicon’ features and should be available next year. Finally, Oracle has announced the FS1, a storage system based on flash storage.

Finally, for the European market, announced that two new datacenters Oracle in Germany will be put into use. The data centers in Frankfurt and Munich are mainly German clients operate and support the provision of, among other Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud and O racle Sales Cloud.


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