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Oracle Database

Enterprise-level relational database engine
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Oracle Database software helps managing data and processing necessary transactions in an orderly and ease way.It supports data migration, data replication and also offers data conversion facilities.Doing performance analysis with this software is easy and also comes with relational interface. A few RDBMS and data warehouse features are also available. You can run it on any platform and offers high scalability and flexibility.It can restore database and ensures fast data recovery.This relational database engine comes with separate physical and logical structure, hence physical data structure can be managed without impacting logical structure access.

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Oracle Database Technical details

Support 24/7 (Live rep) Business Hours Online Customer Type Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business
API Location / Phone Number Redwood Shores, CA / +1 (650) 506-7000
Deployment SaaS/Web/Cloud Category Database Management Software

Oracle Database Pricing

Pricing ModelFree Trial , Open-source , Subscription
Oracle Database
Free

Oracle Database Software Downloads

  • Oracle Database 18c Release 1 Client
  • Oracle Database 12c Release 2 (Standard Edition 2 and Enterprise Edition)
  • Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (Enterprise Edition and Standard Edition (SE2))

Based upon the OTN License Agreement, software can be downloaded from the official site.

Database Service
$0.40 Per Hour

1.Universal Credit Services

  • Standard Package : $0.4032 (Pay As You Go (OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.2688 (Monthly Flex (OCPU Per Hour))
  • Enterprise Package : $0.8064 (Pay As You Go (OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.5376 (Monthly Flex (OCPU Per Hour))
  • High Performance Package : $1.6634 (Pay As You Go (OCPU Per Hour)) or $1.1089 (Monthly Flex (OCPU Per Hour))
  • Extreme Performance Package : $2.5202 (Pay As You Go (OCPU Per Hour)) or $1.6801 (Monthly Flex (OCPU Per Hour))

2. Bring Your Own License (BYOL)

  • Standard Package, Enterprise Package, High Performance Package,Extreme Performance Package, Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance RAC : $0.2903 (Pay As You Go (OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.1935 (Monthly Flex (OCPU Per Hour))
Database Service on Bare Metal
$0.40 Per Hour

1. Oracle Database Cloud Service - Virtual Machines

  • Database Standard Edition : $0.4032 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.2688 (Monthly Flex(OCPU Per Hour))
    • Storage: 256 GB - 40 TB remote NVMe SSD Block Volumes
  • Database Enterprise Edition : $0.8064 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.5376 (Monthly Flex(OCPU Per Hour))
  • Database Enterprise Edition High Performance : $1.6634 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $1.1089 (Monthly Flex(OCPU Per Hour))
  • Database Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance : $2.5202 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $1.6801 (Monthly Flex(OCPU Per Hour))
    • Extreme Performance extends the High Performance package with: RAC (Real Application Clusters), In-Memory Database, Active Data Guard. RAC support requires two VMs of at least two OCPUs each.
    • Storage: 256 GB - 40 TB remote NVMe SSD Block Volumes. (for all the Editions)

2. Oracle Database Cloud Service - Virtual Machines Bring Your Own License (BYOL)

  • Standard Package, Enterprise Package,High Performance Package,Extreme Performance Package : $0.2903 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.1935 (Monthly Flex(OCPU Per Hour))

    • Storage: 256 GB - 40 TB remote NVMe SSD Block Volumes.

3. Oracle Database Cloud Service - Bare Metal - X5 - Dense I/O Capacity

  • Database Standard Edition : $6.2501 (Pay as You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $4.1667 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • Up to 6 additional OCPU's (purchased separately).
  • Database Enterprise Edition : $7.0565 (Pay as You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $4.7043 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • Up to 34 additional OCPU's (purchased separately).
  • Database Enterprise Edition High Performance : $8.7702 (Pay as You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $5.8468 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • Up to 34 additional OCPU's (purchased separately).
  • Database Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance : $10.4838 (Pay as You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $6.9892 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • Up to 34 additional OCPU's (purchased separately).

Features

  • 2 enabled OCPUs.
  • 2 OCPU DB License.
  • Database instance(s) with 512 GB RAM, 28.8 TB NVMe SSD raw, ~9.4 TB with two-way mirroring, ~5.4 TB with three-way mirroring.

Additional Capacity

  • Database Standard Edition : $0.4032 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.2688 (Monthly Flex(OCPU Per Hour))
  • Database Enterprise Edition : $0.8064 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.5376 (Monthly Flex(OCPU Per Hour))
  • Database Enterprise Edition High Performance : $1.6634 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $1.1089 (Monthly Flex(OCPU Per Hour))
  • Database Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance : $2.5202 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $1.6801 (Monthly Flex(OCPU Per Hour))

Features

  • Additional enabled OCPUs.
  • OCPUs added must be in multiples of 2.

4. Oracle Database Cloud Service - Bare Metal - X5 - Bring Your Own License (BYOL)

  • Database All Editions - Dense I/O - BYOL : $6.0242 (Pay as You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $4.0161 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))

Features

  • 2 enabled OCPUs.
  • 2 OCPU DB - BYOL License.
  • Up to 6 additional OCPU's - BYOL (purchased separately) for Standard Edition BYOL. Up to 34 additional OCPU's - BYOL (purchased separately) for Enterprise Edition BYOL.
  • Database instance(s) with 512 GB RAM, 28.8 TB NVMe SSD raw, ~9.4 TB with two-way mirroring, ~5.4 TB with three-way mirroring.

Additional Capacity

  • Database All Editions - Additional Capacity - BYOL : $0.2903 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.1935 (Monthly Flex (OCPU Per Hour))

Features

  • Additional enabled BYOL OCPUs.
  • OCPUs (BYOL) added must be in multiples of 2.

5. Oracle Database Cloud Service - Bare Metal - X7 - Dense I/O Capacity

  • Database Standard Edition : $10.746 (List Price (Hosted Environment Per Hour) or $7.164 (Monthly Flex(Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • Up to 6 additional OCPU's (purchased separately).
  • Database Enterprise Edition :$11.5524 (List Price (Hosted Environment Per Hour) or $7.7016 (Monthly Flex(Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • Up to 50 additional OCPU's (purchased separately).
  • Database Enterprise Edition High Performance : $13.2661 (List price (Hosted Environment Per Hour) or $8.8441 (Monthly Flex(Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • Up to 50 additional OCPU's (purchased separately).
  • Database Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance : $14.9798 (List Price (Hosted Environment Per Hour) or $9.9865 (Monthly Flex(Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • Up to 50 additional OCPU's (purchased separately).

Features

  • 2 enabled OCPUs.
  • 2 OCPU DB License.
  • Database instance(s) with 768 GB RAM, 51.2 TB NVMe SSD raw, ~16 TB with two-way mirroring, ~9 TB with three-way mirroring.

Additional Capacity

  • Database Standard Edition : $0.4032 (List Price(OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.2688 (Monthly Flex(Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • Database Enterprise Edition : $0.8064 (List Price(OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.5376 (Monthly Flex(Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • Database Enterprise Edition High Performance : $1.6634 (List Price(OCPU Per Hour)) or $1.1089 (Monthly Flex(Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • Database Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance : $2.5202 (List Price(OCPU Per Hour)) or $1.6801 (Monthly Flex(Hosted Environment Per Hour))

Features

  • Additional enabled OCPUs.
  • OCPUs added must be in multiples of 2.

6. Oracle Database Cloud Service - Bare Metal - X7 - DenseI/O - Bring Your Own License (BYOL)

  • Database All Editions - BYOL : $10.5202 (List Price(Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $7.0135 (Monthly Flex(Hosted Environment Per Hour))

Features

  • 2 enabled OCPUs.
  • 2 OCPU DB - BYOL License.
  • Up to 6 additional OCPU's - BYOL (purchased separately) for Standard Edition BYOL. Up to 50 additional OCPU's - BYOL (purchased separately) for Enterprise Edition BYOL.
  • Database instance(s) with 768 GB RAM, 51.2 TB NVMe SSD raw, ~16 TB with two-way mirroring, ~9 TB with three-way mirroring.

Additional Capacity

  • Database All Editions - Additional Capacity - BYOL : $0.2903 (Pay as You Go(OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.1935 (Monthly Flex(OCPU Per Hour))

Features

  • Additional enabled BYOL OCPUs.
  • OCPUs (BYOL) added must be in multiples of 2.
Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service
$70.56 Per Hour

1. Oracle Database Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance

Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service -X5

  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Quarter Rack - X5 : $70.5645 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $47.043 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • 16 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs. Up to 52 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 2 DB nodes with 240 GB RAM per node. 144 TB raw storage or 42 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Half Rack - X5 : $221.7743 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $147.8495 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • 56 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs. Up to 80 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 4 DB nodes with 240 GB RAM per node. 288 TB raw storage or 84 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Full Rack - X5 : $443.5484 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $295.6989 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • 112 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs. Up to 160 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 8 DB nodes with 240 GB RAM per node. 576 TB raw storage or 168 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.

Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service -X6

  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Quarter Rack - X6 : $95.7662 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $63.8441 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • 22 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs. Up to 62 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 2 DB nodes with 720 GB RAM per node. 288 TB raw storage or 84 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Half Rack - X6 : $191.5323 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $127.6882 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • 44 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs. Up to 124 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 4 DB nodes with 720 GB RAM per node. 576 TB raw storage or 168 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Full Rack - X6 : $383.0645 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $255.3763 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • 88 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs. Up to 248 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 8 DB nodes with 720 GB RAM per node. 1,152 TB raw storage or 336 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Additional OCPU's : $2.5202 (Pay As You Go (OCPU Per Hour)) or $1.6801 (Monthly Flex (OCPU Per Hour))
    • Additional enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs. Minimum purchase requirement of 1 per DB node. OCPUs added must be in multiples of: 2 for a Quarter Rack, 4 for a Half Rack, 8 for a Full Rack. Total number of OCPUs in the rack must not exceed the maximum limit for the particular rack.

2. Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service: Bring Your Own License (BYOL)

Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service-X5

  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Quarter Rack - X5 - BYOL : $37.9839 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $25.3226 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • 16 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Up to 52 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 2 DB nodes with 240 GB RAM per node. 144 TB raw storage or 42 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Half Rack - X5 - BYOL : $107.42 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $71.828 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • 56 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Up to 80 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 4 DB nodes with 240 GB RAM per node. 288 TB raw storage or 84 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Full Rack - X5 - BYOL : $215.4839 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $143.6559 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • 112 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Up to 160 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 8 DB nodes with 240 GB RAM per node. 576 TB raw storage or 168 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.

Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service X6

  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Quarter Rack - X6 - BYOL : $50.9678 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $$33.9785 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
    • 22 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Up to 62 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 2 DB nodes with 720 GB RAM per node. 288 TB raw storage or 84 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Half Rack - X6 - BYOL : : $101.9355 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $67.957 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour)​​​​​​​)
    • 44 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Up to 124 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 4 DB nodes with 720 GB RAM per node. 576 TB raw storage or 168 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Full Rack - X6 - BYOL: $203.871 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour)) or $135.914 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour)​​​​​​​)
    • 88 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Up to 248 additional OCPU's (purchased separately). 8 DB nodes with 720 GB RAM per node. 1,152 TB raw storage or 336 TB of usable storage. Unlimited I/Os.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service - Additional OCPU's - BYOL : $0.4839 (Pay As You Go (OCPU Per Hour)) or $0.3226 (Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour)​​​​​​​)
    • Additional enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Minimum purchase requirement of 1 per DB node. OCPUs added must be in multiples of: 2 for a Quarter Rack, 4 for a Half Rack, 8 for a Full Rack. Total number of OCPUs in the rack must not exceed the maximum limit for the particular rack.
Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer
$1,250 OCPU Per Month

1. Oracle Database Enterprise Edition Extreme Performance

  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 Base System : $35,000, Metric : Each
    • 16 enabled OCPUs. Up to 28 additional OCPU`s (purchased separately). Infrastructure managed and operated by Oracle.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 Quarter Rack : $47,500.00 ,Metric : Each
    • 22 enabled OCPUs. Up to 70 additional OCPU`s (purchased separately). Infrastructure managed and operated by Oracle.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 Half Rack : $95,000.00, Metric : Each.
    • 44 enabled OCPUs. Up to 140 additional OCPU`s (purchased separately). Infrastructure managed and operated by Oracle.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 Full Rack : $190,000.00, Metric : Each
    • 88 enabled OCPUs. Up to 280 additional OCPU`s (purchased separately). Infrastructure managed and operated by Oracle.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 Additional OCPUs : $1,250.00, Metric : OCPU Per Month
    • Additional enabled OCPUs. OCPUs added must be in multiples of: 2 for Base System/Quarter Rack, 4 for Half Rack, 8 for Full Rack. Total enabled OCPUs must not exceed the maximum limit for the particular Exadata Cloud at Customer system.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 - Additional OCPUs - Metered : $4.2003 , Metric : OCPU Per Hour
    • Additional enabled OCPUs (also referred to as Burst OCPUs). Burst OCPUs can be added or reduced up to once an hour. OCPUs added must be in multiples of: 2 for Base System/Quarter Rack, 4 for Half Rack, 8 for Full Rack. Total enabled OCPUs cannot exceed 2x base number of OCPUs, and the maximum limit for the particular Exadata Cloud at Customer system.

2. Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer: Bring Your Own License (BYOL)

  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 Base System BYOL : $18,840.00, Metric : Each
    • 16 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Up to 28 additional OCPU`s (purchased separately). Infrastructure managed and operated by Oracle.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 Quarter Rack BYOL : $25,280.00, Metric : Each
    • 22 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Up to 70 additional OCPU`s (purchased separately). Infrastructure managed and operated by Oracle.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 Half Rack BYOL: $50,560.00, Metric : Each
    • 44 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Up to 140 additional OCPU`s (purchased separately). Infrastructure managed and operated by Oracle.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 Full Rack BYOL: $101,120.00, Metric : Each
    • 88 enabled Oracle Database Exadata OCPUs - BYOL. Up to 280 additional OCPU`s (purchased separately). Infrastructure managed and operated by Oracle.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 Additional OCPUs BYOL : $240.00, Metric : OCPU Per Month
    • Additional enabled OCPUs. OCPUs added must be in multiples of: 2 for Base System/Quarter Rack, 4 for Half Rack, 8 for Full Rack. Total enabled OCPUs must not exceed the maximum limit for the particular Exadata Cloud at Customer system.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer X7 - Additional OCPUs - BYOL - Metered : $0.8065, Metric : OCPU Per Hour​​​​​​​
    • Additional enabled OCPUs (also referred to as Burst OCPUs). Burst OCPUs can be added or reduced up to once an hour. OCPUs added must be in multiples of: 2 for Base System/Quarter Rack, 4 for Half Rack, 8 for Full Rack. Total enabled OCPUs cannot exceed 2x base number of OCPUs, and the maximum limit for the particular Exadata Cloud at Customer system.
Exdata Express Service
$0.35 Per Hour

Universal Credit Services

1. Exadata Express X20

  • $0.3528 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • $0.2352 ( Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • Database Processor Maximum : 1 OCPU
  • Database Storage Maximum : 20GB
  • Database Memory Maximum : 3.5GB PGA, 4GB SGA
  • Data Transfer Maximum : 120GB/month

2. Exadata Express X250

  • $0.8064 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • $0.5376 ( Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • Database Processor Maximum : 1 OCPU
  • Database Storage Maximum : 250GB
  • Database Memory Maximum : 3.5GB PGA, 4GB SGA
  • Data Transfer Maximum : 1500GB/month

3. Exadata Express X500

  • $1.613 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • $1.0753 ( Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • Database Processor Maximum : 2 OCPU
  • Database Storage Maximum : 500GB
  • Database Memory Maximum : 7.5GB PGA, 7.5GB SGA
  • Data Transfer Maximum : 3000GB/month

4. Exadata Express X1000

  • $3.2258 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • $2.1505 ( Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • Database Processor Maximum : 4 OCPU
  • Database Storage Maximum : 1000 GB
  • Database Memory Maximum : 15GB PGA, 15GB SGA
  • Data Transfer Maximum : 6000GB/month

5. Exadata Express X1000IM

  • $8.0645 (Pay As You Go (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • $5.3763 ( Monthly Flex (Hosted Environment Per Hour))
  • Database Processor Maximum : 4 OCPU
  • Database Storage Maximum : 1000 GB
  • Database Memory Maximum : 15GB PGA, 15GB SGA, 10GB RAM for use with Database In-Memory Column Store
  • Data Transfer Maximum : 6000GB/month
Database Schema Service
$175 /Month

Non-Metered Services

Schema Service runs Oracle Application Express (APEX), giving customers a declarative development environment to rapidly create web apps. Looking for a complete Oracle Database experience at a similar entry-level price, consider Exadata Express Cloud Service.

1.Schema S5 :

  • $175.00/ Month
  • Storage : 5GB
  • Transfer : 30GB /Month

2. Schema S20

  • $900.00/ Month
  • Storage : 20GB
  • Transfer : 120GB /Month

3. Schema S50

  • $2,000.00/ Month
  • Storage : 50GB
  • Transfer : 300GB /Month

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Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 12/06/2018 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.

Oracle Database FAQs

Oracle Database is Database Management Software. Oracle Database offers the following functionalities:

  • Backup
  • Creation (Development)
  • Data Migration
  • Data Replication
  • Data Search
  • Database Conversion
  • Monitoring
  • Performance Analysis
  • Queries
  • Relational Interface
  • Virtualization

Learn more about Oracle Database features.

The pricing for Oracle Database starts at $0.35. Oracle Database has 6 different plans:

  • Exdata Express Service at $0.35.
  • Database Service at $0.40.
  • Database Service on Bare Metal at $0.40.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service at $70.56.
  • Database Schema Service at $175.00 per month.
  • Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer at $1250.00.

Yes, Oracle Database offers a free plan.

Learn more about Oracle Database pricing.

Yes, Oracle Database provides API.

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Oracle Database Reviews

OVERALL RATING
4.3
Based on 2,074 Rating(s)
Rating Distribution
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Toghrul ASource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 31 December 2019)
"The leader of RDBMS"

What do you like best?

Oracle is very stable database. We use oracle database, which up time is more than 5 years. It's very stable.

What do you dislike?

Oracle support guys is the most disliked thing for me. I'm starting that they don't want help to clients.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you search for RDBMS solution & you will keep very sensitive data in that database, Oracle is the best

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We build more than 400 applications which currently run in Oracle Database.

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Ravinder Kumar SSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 03 December 2019)
"Oracle Database - Best Database Inventory"

What do you like best?

Oracle Team is continuosly working on its products and improving them. Oracle 12C has come up with lots of feature which enhanced it reliability,availability and robustness.Oracle database is well suited for DW and OLTP applications. Its is very secured due to its high security standards and good encrytion algorithm. It has great feature like Dataguard,ASM and Real Application Clusters.

What do you dislike?

-Management of tablespace fragmentation should be provided.

-It is little expensive where compared to other products in the market.

-There is a limitation of 25 characters in naming of trigger,sequence,etc.

-Auto-complete works very poorly in Oracle SQL Developer.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Oracle Database is a perfect choice for the developers who are building OLTP and OLAP application. It has high performance and security and it is very good in scaling large datasets.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I having been using Oracle Database since 1.6 years. We use Oracle Database in our organization which stores and handle OLTP transactions of around 5.4-6 lakhs records per day. In Oracle Database we have created jobs to run stored procedures which has helped in automating few processes. Creation of indexes,triggers and sequence are very easy

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Basweshwar VSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 03 December 2019)
"Oracle SQL Developer"

What do you like best?

Oracle SQL Developer has very good well organized user friendly user interface . We can easily integrate to any other programming language. And it is used as back end for any scripting and programming language efficiently.

What do you dislike?

Sometimes it takes longer time for loading databases.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

For fast and correct query it is highly recommended.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Suggetion for table name, column name, procedure name, sequences name and predefine keywords etc. Suggetion helps user for correct and fast query typing.

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Andy NSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 18 November 2019)
"Excellent database platform."

What do you like best?

Oracle helps to maintain the security of our customer information. This requires very strong security requirements and good PCI enforcement protection for sensitive data. Certain services such as SSRS reports tools and.Net applications work well. Another advantage of Oracle is that if we have issues, we receive updates and customer support. Education is an asset, too.

What do you dislike?

There have been no major problems with our processes right now.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

I suggest to introduce this system quickly and to do the job. Another reason why customers maintain Oracle databases is because of Oracle support.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Our accounting service as well as our customer service and customer experience service department use Oracle Database. This allows our City in terms of competitiveness with other organizations to charge and to connect to / disconnect service.

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Sara SSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 16 November 2019)
"A great and reliable database tool."

What do you like best?

It is one of the best database management tools we have ever used. The Oracle Database has autonomy, self-protection and self-repair, directed by many who do not have these features. In addition, it has very high reliability and great technical support in case of technical problems that may happen.

What do you dislike?

Sorry, but to be honest, there is nothing negative that I remember about this database management tool.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

One of the great features is that this software is designed to eliminate manual error-prone data management. The database is cloud-based and super secure, smart and 99.999% available, allowing for more value from stored data. Technical support is great, fast and efficient.

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Tyler SSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 14 November 2019)
"The best data for and analysis are in Oracle Database."

What do you like best?

Safety is one of the top priorities of my company and apart from that, it is very important that the cloud deployment functionality is also very useful in a bigger organization.

What do you dislike?

Nothing specific, but it would be a great improvement if the overall experience could be improved.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

One of the best database services that you can select with your eyes locked.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Oracle Databases are so commonly used in the organization that in any of the analysis tools I use, particularly R and Python, I can most likely use Oracle databases.

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Balaji KSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 13 November 2019)
"Oracle Relational Database"

What do you like best?

One of the most powerful relational database to have been ever developed in the software Industry is Oracle database. The features are so powerful that you can do anything and everything with relational database

What do you dislike?

There is nothing to dislike as it helps us to manage millions of millions of data

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Managing large quantity of Data, powerful indexing etc

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Administrator in Information Technology and ServicesSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 11 November 2019)
"Highly Instrumented RDBMS Ever Built""

What do you like best?

It is one of the most sophisticated DBMS software ever in the market. One of the highly instrumented RDBMS ever built.

What do you dislike?

The licensing cost is high. Other than that i dont have any negative point on it.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Go for it , if it is for OLTP applications.

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We use oracle database to store the healthcare related data.

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Giuseppe CSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 11 November 2019)
"Best DBMS "

What do you like best?

Oracle is the object-relational database engine most used worldwide. It can run on all platforms, from a simple PC to a supercomputer. It is a super complete DBMS, with a high degree of performance, stability and scalability, supports all the functions expected of a server is a very complete database design language (PL / SQL) that allows implementing "active" designs , with triggers and stored procedures, with a fairly powerful declarative referential integrity.

SQL tuning help everyone improving queries.

Client software likes del developer are very useful and Easy to use.

What do you dislike?

Maybe the only thing that i don't likes Is that It is very expensive

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

I use Oracle DBMS for manu web app that i develop and I prefer oracle more than other free products (postgresql, ecc)

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Bryanna MSource : g2crowd.com
(Reviewed on 07 November 2019)
"oracle Database "

What do you like best?

Easy way to keep track of all of our support tickets. Allows you to see it go up the chain and who was involved in the ticket

What do you dislike?

At times could be a little slow & and unless someone wrote notes you couldnt always track the tickets

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Oracle Database intergrated easily with our CRM at the time

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