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Oracle Database 18c Price In Bangladesh
Oracle Database 18c
Oracle Database 18c, the latest generation of the world’s most popular database is now available on Oracle Exadata and Oracle Database Cloud. It’s the first annual release in Oracle’s new database software release model and is a core component of Oracle’s recently announced Autonomous Database Cloud.
Easier Management through Standardization
The transition from a legacy silo’ed database estate to cloud begins with standardizing and simplifying. Deployments are provisioned in a modular, repeatable fashion. The resulting environments and services are simpler and more homogeneous, so they can be deployed faster and managed more easily, reducing operating costs and business risk while delivering more predictable service levels.
Resilient, Efficient and Secure Consolidation
Lowering expenses – both CapEx and OpEx – is the key benefit of consolidating workloads onto shared infrastructure. The same amount of work can be done with a smaller footprint, so capital expenses are reduced. The number of distinct environments is reduced, so operating expenses are also lowered. Provisioning a new service onto a pre-deployed platform is faster than building a dedicated environment for the service from scratch. When the shared platform supports secure multitenancy and inter-service resource management, services with disparate security and performance goals can be co-located, enabling denser consolidation and higher resource utilization. Oracle’s engineered systems are built to deliver the densest consolidation and highest performance for all database workloads.
Rapid Service Elasticity and Self-Service
In a standardized and consolidated environment, leveraging automation and dynamic, online operations increases speed and agility. With the capabilities of Oracle Enterprise Manager, services are provisioned faster, and operate at higher levels, with less manual attention. A self-service portal allows users to provision and manages database services without IT engagement. Consumers benefit from faster access to services, and better availability of those services. Providers benefit by spending less time on manual operations and can focus on higher-value tasks.
The final phase of the transition to the cloud is implementing location-independent services: services that may span or transparently migrate between Oracle’s private, managed, and public clouds. In the One Cloud environment, a new service will automatically be provisioned using the optimal deployment model. During its life cycle, the service may leverage other models to meet changing requirements for performance, capacity, security, etc. – all without end-user intervention or awareness. This gives the service provider the ultimate flexibility to deliver cost-optimized services that will meet all of the enterprise’s requirements.
Journey to Cloud
The journey to the cloud works best when it follows the steps outlined above. The scope and pace of change that will best meet a given customer’s requirements will vary. An engagement with Oracle will provide access to years of lessons learned and best practices in designing, deploying, and delivering private database clouds. Oracle Enterprise Architecture and Oracle Cloud Consulting are ready to guide you through this journey.