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Oracle Database as a Service Pros

KR
Information Technology Administrator at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
If the solution is installed in your environment correctly, you are not going to have any issues whatsoever. It's problem-free.
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GauravBatra - PeerSpot reviewer
Managing Solution Architect at Cegal
It's a scalable product.
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Ahmad Hida - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior application consultant at Ithmaar-solutions
The most valuable feature of Oracle Database as a Service is the object types. The object types are not available in other databases, such as SQL and Postgres. Additionally, the security is very good.
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Database as a Service
September 2022
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MS
Senior BackEnd .net at a wholesaler/distributor with 1,001-5,000 employees
My impression of the scalability of Oracle Database as a Service is very high.
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WilmerRodriguez - PeerSpot reviewer
Account Manager at BGH
The solution's scalability and flexibility are very good and implementation is easy.
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RB
Development Manager at Telcel
We have the ability to build several solutions to according to the requirements of our users.
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Guillermo Peña - PeerSpot reviewer
Software and Integration Architect at Unicomer
You can be up and running the same day.
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SA
Sr. Curiculum Developer at o9solutions.com
The scalability and high availability are the most valuable features of Oracle DaaS.
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Makrand Tare - PeerSpot reviewer
Enterprise architect at Tech Mahindra Limited
The most valuable features of Oracle Database as a Service are the power, security, and performance.
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MA
Senior Database Administrator at BCIE
The most valuable feature of Oracle Database as a Service is its use as a provisioning database.
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Oracle Database as a Service Cons

KR
Information Technology Administrator at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
One of the things that I have noticed is that there are some services that will give you a hard time during implementation if you are looking at the documentation of Oracle. Sometimes the documentation information is quite limited. It's an aspect of the solution they could improve.
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GauravBatra - PeerSpot reviewer
Managing Solution Architect at Cegal
On the cloud services, they need to improve some console-level items, including the logging of the databases on the console level.
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Ahmad Hida - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior application consultant at Ithmaar-solutions
The price of Oracle Database as a Service could be better.
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Buyer's Guide
Database as a Service
September 2022
Find out what your peers are saying about Oracle, Amazon, Microsoft and others in Database as a Service. Updated: September 2022.
635,987 professionals have used our research since 2012.
MS
Senior BackEnd .net at a wholesaler/distributor with 1,001-5,000 employees
The initial setup is complex. This is not a really easy solution. It is very large, so it's hard to install, but it's not impossible.
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WilmerRodriguez - PeerSpot reviewer
Account Manager at BGH
The solution needs more certifications for other products and applications because migration to the cloud is difficult without them.
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RB
Development Manager at Telcel
The product must improve its performance.
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Guillermo Peña - PeerSpot reviewer
Software and Integration Architect at Unicomer
When migrating to a different instance, the internal machine learning is lost.
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SA
Sr. Curiculum Developer at o9solutions.com
Earlier, the interface was continuously changing. Features you used would be moved somewhere else, so it was a little challenging to navigate, but now I think it's stable.
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Makrand Tare - PeerSpot reviewer
Enterprise architect at Tech Mahindra Limited
Oracle Database as a Service could improve by reducing the price.
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MA
Senior Database Administrator at BCIE
I have had a hard time finding some documentation. There should provide easier accessible documentation for Oracle Database as a Service.
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Buyer's Guide
Database as a Service
September 2022
Find out what your peers are saying about Oracle, Amazon, Microsoft and others in Database as a Service. Updated: September 2022.
635,987 professionals have used our research since 2012.