One of the key challenges for any organization looking to move mission-critical workloads to the cloud is that most of the hyper-scale cloud providers designed their clouds for scale and not specifically to securely run mission-critical workloads.
- Oracle announced at Oracle OpenWorld 2018 a second-generation cloud architecture that is designed around the core principle of being secure and autonomous.
Features and Benefits
- Discover why Oracle’s second-generation cloud architecture separates the control plane from the user's data.
- Understand how Oracle's thinking about its new cloud offerings are designed to expand the use-cases at an improved price point
Key questions answered
- What is Oracle's second-generation cloud architecture?
- How is this new cloud architecture different from other cloud architectures?
Table of contents
Oracle's second-generation cloud architecture separates the control plane from the user's data
New cloud offerings are designed to expand the use cases at an improved price point
The autonomous database as a service will enable organizations to exploit greater business value and service availability