2016-05-31T10:27:00Z

What is your primary use case for Oracle Database as a Service?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

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Top 10Real User

We primarily are using the solution for clients who want to migrate their applications. We have an on-premises version for testing to see how that would work.

2019-10-23T05:52:00Z
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Top 20Real User

We primarily use this solution for business applications. I was working for a company and they provided software as a service. We were serving applications to our customers. For example, we were working locally on a system using Oracle. Then another company would need access to a different application and they would come to us to supply it. As a developer, I was using this solution to develop delivery systems principally as a convenience for our customers.

2019-09-08T09:50:00Z
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Top 5LeaderboardConsultant

We usually use the on-premise version, but we have also implemented it on the cloud in three or four projects. Our primary use case is probably with regards to the ease of management. It actually reduces the cost of the databases. Also, the storage cases we are dealing with are different. It is not just the client. We also use Database as a Service.

2019-08-11T06:26:00Z
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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

We use this solution for multiple databases. I have written Oracle scripts for operational databases and uploading databases. Our environment includes a Red Hat server with two storage devices for high availability.

2019-07-28T07:34:00Z
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Real User

The primary use case is transaction services of the bank. The performance is amazing. It is very good for the all-flash disk.

2018-05-15T06:35:00Z
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Real User

The primary use is the leverage DBaaS (Database as a Service) using the Oracle Cloud solution without having to build the database a step at a time. Getting a pre-built Oracle database can be beneficial for testing for functionality, new development, but mostly the ability to quickly build different sizes of Oracle systems without a large effort. The ability to resize things is also an advantage over other cloud solutions. There is also an Autonomous Database.

2016-05-31T10:27:00Z
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