Demos and Videos

Getting a database up and running is complex when working on-premise. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database Service does the undifferentiated heavy lifting of your Database infrastructure, reducing database provisioning time to minutes. This video gives a brief outline of the different DB systems, their security, manageability and storage supported by the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database Service.
Ideal for business-critical workloads, the Exadata Cloud Service comes with a highly secure and available infrastructure including all Oracle Database options preconfigured and available in minutes. What’s more, Oracle now offers its Oracle Database Cloud Service on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Servers. In this short video, learn how to get started with Exadata Cloud Service.
This video depicts how easy it is to manage databases using simplified tools like patching, Data Guard or backup/recovery, all of which can be accessed using the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure REST APIs or console. Alternatively, access your database host and use your existing tools to manage your databases in the cloud, the same way you manage them on-premises. You will also see a quick demo to launch a DB System in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure console.
Vinay Kumar, Sr. Director of Product Development, discusses the unmatched power of single node database performance in a true bare metal cloud, with tens of thousands of transactions per second and ultimate configurability. Presentation from Oracle OpenWorld 2016.
 
Oracle now offers its Oracle Database Cloud Service on Bare Metal Servers. This new offering provides customers a non-virtualized environment based on dedicated infrastructure for increased performance, predictable quality of service and increased security and control.
Director of Product Management, Leo Leung, discusses Oracle's Database Exadata Cloud Service data management offering on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
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