OCI changed the cloud infrastructure game
January 12, 2022

OCI changed the cloud infrastructure game

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Verified User

Modules Used

  • Compute
  • Networking
  • Storage

Overall Satisfaction with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Improves dynamism and time to provisioning in highly changing environments. In addition, the benefit is obtained economically by being able to provision computing units in a flexible way both on-demand and automated. On the other hand, being able to deploy virtual machines in lift and shift mode is tremendously convenient for infrastructures that have a very strong dependency on legacy systems.
  • Load balancer as a service
  • Dynamic OCPU Auto Provisioning
  • Integration with VMWare
  • Network layout
  • Improve integration with other hypervisors, apart from VMWare
  • Expand list of supported Operating Systems
  • 95% improvement in dynamical provisioning
  • 60% reduction in billing compared to Azure
  • Over 35 regions around the world, and expanding
Service level agreements have very high standards, ensuring high availability and support from the Cloud Operations team.

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Most of the navigability and actions are quite intuitive based on infrastructure knowledge, giving the possibility of replicating environments that exist on-premise with cloud capabilities.
If the client has a need to dynamically and automatically manage the provisioning of computing power in Shapes that he has already created, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is more than a viable solution because it reduces the cost by more than 40% as well as the time invested in it. On the other hand, in environments that have a high interaction with Oracle systems, the answer becomes more evident by the elimination of certain dependencies.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Feature Ratings

Service-level Agreement (SLA) uptime
Dynamic scaling
Elastic load balancing
Pre-configured templates
Monitoring tools
Pre-defined machine images
Operating system support
Security controls