Oracle: It's always a Miracle
September 17, 2019

Oracle: It's always a Miracle

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Oracle Database 12c

It's used across the whole organization, as far as I know. So far it solved all the problems per the traditional relational database (such as complex processing and faster performance), but It's not helping with the cloud. We're thinking about moving to a Cloud-Native database because we're looking for a dynamic database (not as static).
  • It's the best one in terms of Relational Database with the support to indexing, maintaining relations between the tables, etc.
  • Faster performance in fetching results, especially when running complex queries with multiple tables.
  • There's no easy way to Store JSON objects in the DB. We had to do some workarounds.
  • We need a little more detailed explanations for the exceptions or errors thrown. For example, if it reaches a session limit while fetching a connection, it's better to throw the count in there that X of X are currently in use, etc.
  • It's been 6-7 years using Oracle Database for my application, and I definitely think it's worth using Oracle Database, and at the moment I cannot think of an issue /outage caused by the Database.
It's the Oracle Support that beats everything else, and a solid contract. Also, all the other features that support Oracle are way ahead of other products.
It's well suited for the relational Database where there are huge sets of data to be processed in real-time.
It's not currently Suited for the Cloud Environment. Like an easy add-on service to the apps in Cloud Foundry Services, expect Oracle Cloud.