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Oracle Database as a Service Room for Improvement

KR
Information Technology Administrator at a tech services company with 51-200 employees

We've been very happy with the solution. I can't recall any missing features. It works well once it is installed correctly. If you install it incorrectly in your environment, you may run into issues.

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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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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MS
Senior BackEnd .net at a wholesaler/distributor with 1,001-5,000 employees

No company is perfect, but Oracle does need to improve their support. They need to really focus on the customer experience, et cetera. 

I would also like to see them improve the Oracle Database Interface for distributor businesses.

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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.

The solution currently uses GoldenGate for disaster recovery plans and I'd like the option for a different database such as SQL Server, MySQL, or MariaDB. 

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RB
Development Manager at Telcel

Performance always is an important issue. The product must improve its performance.

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Guillermo Peña - PeerSpot reviewer
Software and Integration Architect at Unicomer

Although we do not need to set up our own indexes, because the solution internally improves the queries, when we migrate to a different instance, the internal machine learning is lost. The solution doesn't provide an option for migrating the index optimization to another instance.

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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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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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OluwoleOlajide - PeerSpot reviewer
Cloud Solutions Architect at Snapnet Limited

The solution uses a large amount of CPU space, which could be improved. 

We would also like to see a reduction in the licensing costs for using this solution, as it is quite costly.

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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.
633,184 professionals have used our research since 2012.