The database is the solution's most valuable feature. Running the application on one machine makes it easier to position it to the client. I don't need a separate machine to run my databases. I can virtually run the databases with the application. The Linux component of it is great as well. It makes… more»
What needs improvement?
The solution is prone to disk failures. This needs to improve. Over the past four years we've had to replace about six of them. They've failed almost every three to six months. The solution would benefit from the addition of real-time physical monitoring, like noting the temperature of the actual… more»
Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?
Previous to this solution, we used the Oracle SuperCluster. That solution was much more stable, but also much more expensive. The biggest issue was Solaris, the processor. There's no skillset for Solaris. Also, some of the libraries that are needed, you can only get them from Oracle. With Linux… more»
What other advice do I have?
I'm an Oracle partner. We use the on-premises deployment model. I'd rate the solution eight out of ten.