Oracle Database Valuable Features

Maurice Aelion
Senior DBA & IT Consultant at MA Consulting
Oracle is one of the most advanced systems when compared with other databases in the market. Oracle has the ability to combine all the sophisticated architectures that we have today in the market and bring them to the customer. One more nice thing that Oracle is bringing in is cloud on premises. This allows you to have a big Exadata machine in your enterprise and use it as a cloud, using all the available Oracle features, which is very nice. It gives you the ability to begin according to your needs and grow very fast when you need to do so. View full review »
Osama Mustafa
Cloud Expert | DevOps | Oracle Consultant at confidential
* The most valuable feature for me is the pluggable database because it provides database consolidation and the solution for utilizing your resource. On the other hand, I find security products that are provided by Oracle very strong and not in comparison with any database vendor. * The encryption, database reduction, audit vault, database firewall: All of these products provide an extra layer of security when they are implemented in the right way. * Let's also mention real application cluster, and disaster recovery solution. View full review »
Robert Houben
Technical Project Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
RAC clustering allowed us to improve performance and provided additional redundancy. In general, the enterprise-grade features of Oracle are second to none. View full review »
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reviewer898881
Security Specialist at a energy/utilities company with 51-200 employees
The feature I find most valuable about this solution is reliability. Whenever there was a problem, like hardware that failed, the data was still okay and not corrupted and that is very important for us. I am also really impressed by the scalability of this product. For example, whenever we need to add new space, Oracle makes it easy to extend and increase our performance. We don't have any corruption issues and we can add new space and without having to restart our database. View full review »
Reviewer342
Lead Database Developer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
* I really appreciate the performance of Oracle. * When using AWR records you can really see where a problem is. * You can get advice about which queries are the heaviest for the database. * You also can see advice for indexes. If an index isn't used, then you can remove it to improve performance. This is a really good feature. * The JDBC connection is also quite good. * The object types are really good, the types of tables you can use in PL/SQL are also really helpful. View full review »
David Gubly
DBA Team Leader at Hadassah Hospital
* Stability * Name recognition of the database in the world, as it is maybe the best one. View full review »
operatio515592
Operations Engineering Manager at a consultancy with 10,001+ employees
* Security and Scalability * I have used Oracle technologies for last two decades apart from other similar vendors like MS SQL Server, IBM DB2, etc. * Power of Oracle combined with robust Unix platforms like Linux or AIX makes it powerful and secure as compared to MS SQL on Windows * IBM DB2 needs indepth technical expertise and lot of workarounds or automation to build a strong solution, MS SQL is on Windows and that makes it not the best choice View full review »
it_user457482
Team Leader at a tech consulting company with 501-1,000 employees
Performance is the best key value. Oracle Database is suitable for OLTP applications or data warehouse. You can run Oracle Database software on-premise or in the cloud. Also, Oracle provides Exadata, the engineered system designed for Oracle Database, where you can achieve maximum performance. View full review »
Software195e
Software Engineer at a media company with 10,001+ employees
Stores a lot of data in a short time. View full review »
Anil Jagtap
Asst. Manager in production at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
It gives DB consistency, supports disaster recovery (DR), is tunable, and handles large DB sizes. View full review »
KevinJudah
Head Database Administration at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
* High availability using real application clusters. * Disaster recovery using Oracle Data Guard. * Scalable storage using Automatic Storage Management. * Security is watertight. Database Vault is my favourite. View full review »
Kevin Slack
Database Analyst at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
This solution has the best performance, bar none. View full review »
Agus Nurhalim
Director Of Services with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable features are the Oracle Data Guard and Transportable Tablespaces. These features are useful when you need data protection and in case you need to move data around quickly. View full review »
Gene Deans
Member with self employed
It runs on scalable operating systems like Linux, AIX, and Solaris. It uses very many different types of indexes to improve performance. It has automatic memory management capability and large file capability. View full review »
Samis Saurabh
Associate Consultant Oracle DBA at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The features that we find most valuable are Data Pump, GoldenGate, and the RMAN (Recovery Manager). View full review »
Oracledev67
Lead Oracle Developer and DevOps Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The most valuable features of this solution are the cost optimizer and partition exchanges. View full review »
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