Oracle Database as a Service Scalability

Rich Niemiec
Chief Innovation Officer at Viscosity North America
I did an estimate of all the servers that are out there and Google is obviously very large. Amazon Web Services is very large but if you take Oracle's cloud, which is over 1 exabyte now and then you take the compression that you can do with Oracle, it's actually, probably the largest cloud that's out there right now (many Exabytes). From a scalability standpoint, as big as the world is, as big as you can think, that's how large you can scale your applications. View full review »
Ahmed Abdelwahed
IT Program Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
As a transactional database, I think this is quite a scalable product in a variety of ways. View full review »
Osama Mustafa
Cloud Expert | DevOps | Oracle Consultant at confidential
You can scale everything fine with this solution. We only need one person for deployment and one for maintenance. View full review »
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MohamedEl Azzouzi
Production Systems Engineer at Sofrecom
Oracle has many strong features and tools. There are many options and possibilities. View full review »
Ahmad Hida
Senior Application Consultant at a tech services company
Scalability is very easy. If you want to, you can have it scale onto two or three servers, racks, or whatever you want. It's easy. View full review »
Jose Luis Godoy
Sub-Manager IT Infrastructure at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The scalability is good. There have been no problems. View full review »
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