Oracle Private Cloud Appliance Overview

Oracle Private Cloud Appliance is the #7 ranked solution in our list of top Converged Infrastructure tools. It is most often compared to HPE ConvergedSystem: Oracle Private Cloud Appliance vs HPE ConvergedSystem

What is Oracle Private Cloud Appliance?

Oracle Private Cloud Appliance, is an integrated infrastructure system engineered to enable rapid deployment of converged compute, network, and storage technologies for hosting applications or workloads on a guest OS. It is a data center-class system that provides incremental and scalable performance optimized for consolidation of mixed workloads.

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Oracle Private Cloud Appliance Customers

Agnitum Information Technologies, Mediacloud, Xait AS, Atos Global Managed Services, CaixaBI, ICA AB, BT Spain, Secure-24, Xait

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Fabrizio Bordacchini
Oracle Technical Architect at UKCloud Ltd
MSP
Top 20
Has high availability but the management can be better

What is our primary use case?

We are cloud providers so we provide platform services and infrastructures.

Pros and Cons

  • "You will find the high availability and License Team with Oracle very valuable."
  • "The initial setup was very complex."

What other advice do I have?

My advice to others would be to wait before buying this program because the Oracle VM server is about to die and the PCA will probably evolve into using Oracle Linux KVM. This means that, if you buy the PCA, you will have to migrate your machines into the new platform. So they should just be aware of the fact that the software they're using is about to change and there will be a different management system, called Oracle Linux Utilization Manager. Everything will change. So, right now is probably not the best time to buy the PCA. Additional features I would you like in the next release would…