Oracle Database as a Service Other Solutions Considered

Rich Niemiec
Chief Innovation Officer at Viscosity North America
Some of the criteria for when you're evaluating a cloud, to me, number one is cost, but after that it's SLA (Service Level Agreement - from the cloud provider). Is my data going to be there? Consider a credit card company. They have seven seconds until they're paying some other company because they didn't do the transaction fast enough. Usually it takes them one second to approve your transaction so time and speed is probably the most important thing. What are some of the criteria people should be looking at? First of all is SLA. Will it be up? The second isL is it going to be on hardware and software that I'm used to? I have a tech staff of 100 people, are they going to be able to do their job when that data's in the cloud? Just being familiar with things. Can it scale? Is it large enough? View full review »
Ahmad Hida
Senior Application Consultant at a tech services company
I didn't look at any other solutions. View full review »
Jose Luis Godoy
Sub-Manager IT Infrastructure at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We looked at Dell storage, but we chose Oracle due to its performance, security, and scalability. View full review »
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