Oracle MySQL Cloud Service Scalability

PiyushJain
Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We deployed it in the OC environment. Oracle normally looks at two types of scalability. One is vertical and the other is horizontal. Oracle right now doesn't try to vertically scale the database unless and until it's required to add OTT or RAM. However, it does take care of the eventual scaling wherein it makes sure the connectors are in line and there are multiple servers in the cluster starting line. A good scaling job provides convenience and reliability. It also makes sure that there are different data centers across the globe. You need at least four or five data centers, based on the speed of the application. Whatever the nearest location is, they'll keep trying to go there, to get the data the right way. The dev-ops team does a great deal of getting it in line, to make sure we get data in a seamless way. Of course, our cluster has been done so horizontal scaling. This type of scaling is what we focus on. In the trial we conducted, we had 1,182 people on the solution without facing any problems. The solution increases logarithmically via batches we direct on a weekly basis. View full review »
Mohammad Dastpak
Database Administrator at a energy/utilities company
The solution is scalable. We use Oracle for 2 up to 100 servers. View full review »
reviewer979968
Senior Manager Global Database Services at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
The scalability of the database is absolutely guaranteed by the new features. We have 20-30,000 users on the solution right now. View full review »
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ITHead6a3a
IT Head
The solution is very scalable. View full review »
RajKumar1
Sr Associate at a software R&D company with 10,001+ employees
This solution is scalable enough. We haven't seen any problems with it. We have about 60 users within my project. View full review »
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