Oracle Database as a Service Pros and Cons

Oracle Database as a Service Pros

IT Program Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
It is a product brought to you by a company that concentrates only on database solutions, so it is the best at what it does.
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KR
Information Technology Administrator at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
If the solution is installed in your environment correctly, you are not going to have any issues whatsoever. It's problem-free.
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Cloud Expert | DevOps | Oracle Consultant at confidential
One of the key features is Oracle Database as a Service. We chose to implement it as a service, which provides good performance, for example. Flexibility and other features let us implement database research with the SQL team range of features also.
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ST
CEO at QUERIX (UK) LIMITED
The most valuable aspects of the solution are the general database system resilience and security.
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MS
Senior BackEnd .net at a wholesaler/distributor with 1,001-5,000 employees
My impression of the scalability of Oracle Database as a Service is very high.
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Production Systems Engineer at Sofrecom
When we want more information on something that we are using, it is easy to find related topics on the internet.
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Senior Application Consultant at a tech services company
Scalability is very easy. If you want to, you can make it onto two or three servers, racks, or whatever you want. It's easy.
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MV
Founder at a legal firm with 11-50 employees
The most valuable feature is the integration into other Oracle applications.
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Oracle Database as a Service Cons

IT Program Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
The interface can be difficult and there may be so many features that users and even vendors are unaware that they exist.
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KR
Information Technology Administrator at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
One of the things that I have noticed is that there are some services that will give you a hard time during implementation if you are looking at the documentation of Oracle. Sometimes the documentation information is quite limited. It's an aspect of the solution they could improve.
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Cloud Expert | DevOps | Oracle Consultant at confidential
The direct scaling is a feature that has room for improvement. I would like to see virtual management machines that can scale storage well with zero downtime. The backup option and patching would then be much easier to do.
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ST
CEO at QUERIX (UK) LIMITED
Documentation is difficult to find. Since we're experienced with Oracle technology, we have also found many errors in it. Not everything is 100% accurate.
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MS
Senior BackEnd .net at a wholesaler/distributor with 1,001-5,000 employees
The initial setup is complex. This is not a really easy solution. It is very large, so it's hard to install, but it's not impossible.
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Production Systems Engineer at Sofrecom
In the next release, I would like to see a framework for memory management.
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Senior Application Consultant at a tech services company
Some of the technical features could be improved. They have a problem with some of the object types. I think this is one of the issues which is needed to be improved.
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MV
Founder at a legal firm with 11-50 employees
The licensing model is complicated and should be simplified.
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Learn what your peers think about Oracle Database as a Service. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: June 2021.
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