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Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service Pros

Shrikant Navelkar - PeerSpot reviewer
Director at Clover Infotech
Having the prediction happen in the modular format allows you to start with a lower version of Exadata and then you can keep on upgrading it as per your requirement.
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DO
President of the Board at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
In the cloud, Exadata is more scalable. The on-prem version was limited. It wasn't that scalable because it only came in a quarter rack, half rack, and full rack. In the cloud, it scales to what you need.
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Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service Cons

Shrikant Navelkar - PeerSpot reviewer
Director at Clover Infotech
The customer's default choice is the on-premise version of this solution. Only when Oracle or the partners like us, can explain to customers the cloud value proposition, and if the compliance authorities allow, they can look into this cloud solution. It will take some time for Oracle to change its perception of customers' de-facto standards. Exadata used to be treated as a black box, which is not the case now. The customer is aware of what is happening inside, how the configurations have been made, and what patching has been applied. Oracle needs to market the cloud version better.
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DO
President of the Board at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Oracle's support could be better.
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