What do you like most about Oracle Exadata?
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The performance on the databases is good.
On-premises Exadata is just as stable as the cloud version. It's a very stable platform.
The offloading of data to the SIM is a valuable feature.
The product is flexible.
We can use virtualization on Exadata.
Before using this machine, we took no less than two days to run a report. Now, we can do it within five hours. So, there is a lot of improvement.
Regarding features, there are so many that we can offer to customers. When we sell Exadata Cloud, there are many options to choose from, especially when it comes to enterprise database options. In my experience, the main features that are appreciated are various ones like GPS and the assortment of security options.
The data replication is very good.
Oracle is known to be the number one in their industry; the help and support, the features they are giving the clients comparing to other databases, the new technology, the provide a good solution.
The business intelligence is very good.
Oracle Exadata's performance is one of its best features. We very satisfied with it.
The most valuable feature is the time to solution.
This product can noticeably enhance performance of contextual Oracle databases.
It has improved the performance, now we run with more performance cores with less CPU to attend all the database demands. Reducing Time to Market, increase our ability to face the competition with speed and low cost.
The performance of the data is the most important part.
Exadata is also a very stable environment. Their Smart Scan feature is great for every banking environment and financial institutions willing to implement it.
Compression is a great feature, where one can really save a lot of storage.
The most valuable feature is that you have the same familiar environment of an Oracle database but with the additional performance you get from this architecture.
The technical support team are real professionals. I admire their technical skills and supports. Their supports are really admirable.
Our machine is used for our internal development of Oracle-based solutions, PoC benchmarking, and training/familiarization.
I'm looking for your advice on how to migrate smoothly from Oracle Exadata to VMware Tanzu Greenplum.