Organisations Across APAC Continue To Rely On Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer
Leading organisations across Asia Pacific including AIA Malaysia and Bangkok Metropolitan Administration are continuing to rely on Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer to run their businesses and help adapt to unpredictable business environments. They selected Exadata, the world’s fastest database platform, to run business-critical workloads, including core banking systems and IT infrastructure. This is due to the platform’s ability to help customers quickly get more value from their data, while meeting the requirements for strict data sovereignty and security.
Fitri Abdullah, Managing Director, Oracle Malaysia: “Malaysia is increasingly embracing digital connectivity in all aspects of our lives. This is leading to an exponential growth of data and organisations of all types looking to adopt cloud and other emerging technologies to modernise their operations and drive innovation. However, conventional data processing approaches can’t keep up with larger data volumes and processing and compliance requirements. Exadata is fast becoming the platform of choice to support their requirements for process automation, advanced analytics driven by machine learning (ML), and to accelerate their digital transformation securely. No other platform, do-it-yourself infrastructure, database, or cloud service comes close to the cost/performance or simplicity that Exadata offers or is available everywhere—in the public cloud, Cloud@Customer, and on-premises. Oracle is working closely with both private and public organisations across the region to share the benefits of Cloud@Customer.”
Oracle Exadata Database Machine X9M—the Core Platform
The industry’s fastest and most affordable systems for running Oracle Database continues to get faster with the availability of the latest version, the Oracle Exadata X9M platforms. This continues the unique scale-out architecture of the core Exadata platform, which is optimized to accelerate analytics applications, and the processing of low-level SQL queries, analytics, and machine learning algorithms. It helps simplify IT operations, allowing any combination of OLTP, analytics, machine learning, in-memory and mixed workloads to complete faster and consume fewer resources. Additionally, Exadata X9M customers can consolidate even more Oracle Databases on a single Exadata system, helping reduce cost and complexity.
It also provides a platform from which customers can start using Oracle’s most advanced cloud database and cloud automation technologies, including Oracle Autonomous Database, both in the cloud and in their data centers. This is because it is available in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Oracle Cloud@Customer, and on-premises deployment options. As such, customers can modernize database infrastructure, move enterprise applications to the cloud, and rapidly implement digital transformations, while also overcoming data sovereignty, security, or latency requirements.
(This article is surmised from a press release)