Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service Overview

Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service is the #8 ranked solution in our list of top Database as a Service vendors. It is most often compared to Microsoft Azure Synapse Analytics: Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service vs Microsoft Azure Synapse Analytics

What is Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service?

Oracle Database Exadata Express Cloud Service delivers a managed Oracle Database 12c Release 2 Enterprise Edition with options, running on Oracle Exadata engineered systems – all at a highly affordable entry-level price. It is a full Oracle Database experience, compatible with what you get on-premises or in other Oracle Database Cloud Services, provisioned within minutes, and suitable for small to medium sized data.

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What users are saying about Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service pricing:
  • "The price of this solution is very comparative to others on the market. There is no direct comparison between this solution and with something else because I do not see any other similar product."

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Shrikant Navelkar
Director at Clover Infotech
Real User
Top 5
Plenty of features, unique functionality, and priced well

What is our primary use case?

* For our customers who are currently running this solution, my first client's use case is they are moving their data to this solution. * The second case is customers who are running a large number of database servers that want to consolidate them for better performance are switching to this solution because it has a better value proposition than Exadata on-premises. * The third case is if customers are running some customer-facing critical applications and performance is an issue, it is best to move to this solution. However, their compliance authorities have to allow them to go to the cloud… more »

Pros and Cons

  • "Having the prediction happen in the modular format allows you to start with a lower version of Exadata and then you can keep on upgrading it as per your requirement."
  • "The customer's default choice is the on-premise version of this solution. Only when Oracle or the partners like us, can explain to customers the cloud value proposition, and if the compliance authorities allow, they can look into this cloud solution. It will take some time for Oracle to change its perception of customers' de-facto standards. Exadata used to be treated as a black box, which is not the case now. The customer is aware of what is happening inside, how the configurations have been made, and what patching has been applied. Oracle needs to market the cloud version better."

What other advice do I have?

My advice to those wanting to implement this solution is they have to understand the value proposition of Exadata itself over the legacy Unix servers which are coming towards the end of their life cycle. If you have a large number of databases, spending a considerable amount of money on the licenses, and annual technical support you need to see how you can consolidate. You need to figure out how can provide the right resources for the right application. You can enhance your position by considering this solution because you get everything that you get in Exadata on-premises. Additionally, it is…
FG
Project Manager with 501-1,000 employees
Real User
A stable, scalable solution perfect for large-scale enterprises

What is our primary use case?

We primarily use the solution as a transaction processor.

Pros and Cons

  • "The solution is very stable and offers great performance."
  • "The solution's pricing could be improved."

What other advice do I have?

We're using the on-premises deployment model. If you are a large-scale enterprise, I would recommend this solution. For smaller enterprises or companies, it really depends on your needs. I would rate this solution eight out of ten.
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