65 Ratings
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Score 8 out of 100
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Score 7.7 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) is very well suited if you are interested in deploying cloud native applications on Oracle Cloud ( OCI ) and need container support. OKE does not work well when you have some memory and compute bottlenecks that may require configuring the underlying cloud infrastructure to work in a specific way with the Kubernetes engine through OKE since configuration is harder with OKE.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Oracle Management Cloud

Ideal for a complex organization with requirements to build very complex reports. Especially useful for organizations that already have numerous Oracle products and need to pull information from them. This tool works best when plugged in with other Oracle tools and databases. If you're a larger company, and/or if you're managing a lot of data, Oracle IT Analytics Cloud Service is the perfect tool to manage your Oracle deployment. It provides a number of different options for intelligent analysis while not being too overwhelming to manage. Companies that want a robust tool to manage all data and present it in a visually appealing way to users will greatly benefit from this tool. The tool is very customizable and can be tailored to meet the needs of different users.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
7.4
Oracle Management Cloud
Service-level Agreement (SLA) uptime
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
8.1
Oracle Management Cloud
Dynamic scaling
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
7.4
Oracle Management Cloud
Elastic load balancing
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
7.5
Oracle Management Cloud
Pre-configured templates
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
6.6
Oracle Management Cloud
Monitoring tools
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
7.4
Oracle Management Cloud
Pre-defined machine images
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
7.2
Oracle Management Cloud
Operating system support
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
7.3
Oracle Management Cloud
Security controls
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
7.3
Oracle Management Cloud

Pros

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

  • Reduction in cost as no scalability is required from an IT infrastructure side.
  • Pre-configured, engineered and simple in nature. This helps in reducing complexity on the IT side.
  • Less number of workers needed. Helps in effectively reducing man power and using comp.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Oracle Management Cloud

  • It helps in the detection and elimination of security threats.
  • It enables us to detect and resolve IT issues before they impact the end users.
  • It provides automatic diagnostics.
  • It improves the efficiency of operations and productivity.
James Munga | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

  • Visual network designer would assistant in ensuring configuration matches intended design.
  • Automatic and seemless migration of VMs from OCI Classic to OCI would show that Oracle is taking cloud infrastructure service seriously.
  • Better, faster support. Traditional methods of filing SRs date back to the 1980s. Online realitime chat with support that know what they're doing is critical.
  • One click template image load from Oracle Cloud Marketplace is basic omission. It's available for oci-c but not oci.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Oracle Management Cloud

  • There's a pretty steep learning curve that needs to be overcome in order to properly deploy this tool. So, unless you're a seasoned IT administrator, you may have a fair amount of homework to do. Implementation and maintenance of this takes a bucket of consulting hours from outside consultants to come in and set up the tool and regularly maintain it, in the long run, this could be costly.
  • The dashboard is not as easy to set up as I would like, however, after setup it will serve your purpose in the best possible way. You may not be able to find out how some data related to another and you can create a report that you think has all the details you need, but it comes up blank because the data really is not connected.
  • There aren't enough self-learning materials available like tutorials and how-to videos. I would like to have access to more e-tutorials from inside the tool. A steep learning curve for most. It would be nice to have a robust learning portal within the application where users can access self-learning material directly from the application and step to spet guides on how to perform different tasks.
  • Does not provide the ease of adding additional data sources without lots of complications. Even though it can handle large data sets, rendering of reports can take a fairly long time if the parameter set is large. For some time it seems like processing takes a bit of time when large data sets are being used. This is not the case with other competing tools.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 7.3
Based on 1 answer
doesn't have a mobile version
Adriana Grama | TrustRadius Reviewer

Oracle Management Cloud

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Alternatives Considered

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

We have selected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure mainly because of the native support for Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, which is our preferred choice for data storage in the case of our newest products. Another important factor was the Ravello service allowing us to deploy our existing VMware data center workloads without any modification to the currently configured virtual machines and network.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Oracle Management Cloud

Oracle Analytics Cloud is an enterprise solution and can't be compared apple-to-apple with a data visualization tool like Tableau. This is not the same use at all. Before selecting Oracle Analytics Cloud, it is most important to consider the data you are looking to collect and how you plan to visualize it. Other tools like Tableau and microstrategy feel smoother to work with, have better UI's and are quicker when processing data. It is also important to think through how you will use the data across your organizations. Can have a steep learning curve but once you are well trained on this tool, the possibilities are endless. The tool is highly customizable and will generate what you design it to generate. If you are having issues with reports and analytics, it is most likely due to data quality issues. Oracle Analytics Cloud also benefits by adding Essbase in it, to perform multi-dimensional analytics.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

  • We have an internal chargeback for infrastructure and we anticipate the cost factor will be neutral.
  • We have been impressed with the provisioning aspect of OCI and expect it to save on data center staff.
  • The scalability of OCI has been a timesaver for our environments.
Ray Hirte | TrustRadius Reviewer

Oracle Management Cloud

  • Reduced security threats.
  • Saves time taken in fixing issues.
James Munga | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Oracle Management Cloud

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
7.5
Oracle Management Cloud
7.3

Likelihood to Renew

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
9.1
Oracle Management Cloud

Usability

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
7.3
Oracle Management Cloud

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