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Migrating Your Databases from Exadata to Azure and Achieving High Performance
As enterprises continue their cloud migration, questions arise about how to effectively migrate database workloads off of Oracle’s Exadata Database Machine and onto the public cloud. There are concerns about performance and scalability limitations, as well as cost. Is it even possible to achieve Exadata-level performance in the public cloud? The answer is yes, with Silk running on Microsoft Azure!
This data sheet explains how Silk gives your Oracle workloads the same levels of performance in the cloud that Exadata gives you on-prem.
- Achieving Exadata-level performance in the cloud
- Moving from clustered Oracle on Exadata to single-instance Oracle in the cloud
- The impact on Oracle licensing costs
- Enabling easy data migration to the cloud