Wednesday Nov 11, 2015

IOUG Webinar: We've Done Private Oracle DBaaS, What's Next - OpenWorld Post-Mortem

One of the OOW events covering private and hybrid Database as a Service was a lively panel discussion. Several of the experts from that gathering will share their learnings and insights in an IOUG webinar:

We've Done Private Oracle DBaaS, What's Next - OpenWorld Post-Mortem

From the registration page:
Thu, Nov 12, 2015 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST

Come listen to the Cloud Experts of the Cloud Computing SIG leadership discuss all the new Private and Public Cloud initiatives announced at Oracle OpenWorld (OOW). In this 2nd part panel discussion on Oracle Public Cloud (OPC) and Hybrid Cloud, we will provide strategic and technical details to the various cloud offerings that were announced at OOW. We will also provide relevant use cases on how you can leverage OPC.

Featured Speakers: Kai Yu, Senior Principal Engineer, Oracle ACE Director, Enterprise Solutions Engineering, Dell Inc.; Gustavo Rene Antunez, Team Lead, Pythian; Charles Kim, Oracle ACE Director, VMware vExpert, Founder and President, Viscosity; Steve Lemme, Director, Oracle; and Nitin Vengurlekar, CTO, Viscosity North America

Tuesday Sep 29, 2015

On-Premises and Hybrid Clouds: Database as a Service topics at Oracle OpenWorld

Oracle OpenWorld is less than a month away!  If one of your interests is On-Premises/Hybrid Database as a Service, then make sure these speaking sessions at Oracle OpenWorld are on your calendar:

Speaking sessions featuring On-Premises / Hybrid DBaaS

and of course you won't want to miss

Create a Database Service Catalog on Wednesday October 28th at 11:00 am

Finally, don't forget to visit us in the Demogrounds in Moscone South.  The hours are Monday and Tuesday 10:15-6:00, and Wednesday 10:15-4:15.  We'll be talking about "Private Database Cloud: Service Catalog, Hybrid Cloud" and "Planned Maintenance with Rapid Home Provisioning".  And of course can help with any other Oracle Database topics that interest you.

See you there!

Tuesday Aug 18, 2015

Building Bridges to the Hybrid Cloud

As their on-premises database clouds grow and mature, enterprises are exploring how to integrate these solutions with public clouds.  Oracle's public cloud has been adding new offerings which create diverse opportunities for exploiting hybrid cloud use cases.  

Learn more about what's new in this webcast series.

And if you aren't using Oracle's Database Cloud service, there's a great new way to get started: click Try It >  for a 30-day trial!

Saturday Aug 15, 2015

Upcoming Conference in CEE region - Architects' Club discussing Hybrid Cloud

The next session of the Architects' Club will take place 18 August in Bucharest, Romania, CEE Region. 

Hybrid Cloud is the topic of interest which will be under discussions with architects from partners and customers

Agenda and full details here.

The progressive adoption of public cloud offerings alongside on premises installations creates a sophisticated hybrid cloud environment which relies on integration for its effectiveness. During this workshop Hybrid Cloud approaches will be presented and discussed. You will have an opportunity to explore the following domains: Overview of Hybrid Cloud, Integration Cloud Service, Hybrid Cloud - Example Use Cases.

Tuesday Dec 11, 2012

Cloud Deployment Models

As the cloud paradigm grows in depth and breadth, more readers are approaching the topic for the first time, or from a new perspective.  This blog is a basic review of  cloud deployment models, to help orient newcomers and neophytes.

Most cloud deployments today are either private or public. It is also possible to connect a private cloud and a public cloud to form a hybrid cloud.

A private cloud is for the exclusive use of an organization. Enterprises, universities and government agencies throughout the world are using private clouds. Some have designed, built and now manage their private clouds. Others use a private cloud that was built by and is now managed by a provider, hosted either onsite or at the provider’s datacenter. Because private clouds are for exclusive use, they are usually the option chosen by organizations with concerns about data security and guaranteed performance.

Public clouds are open to anyone with an Internet connection. Because they require no capital investment from their users, they are particularly attractive to companies with limited resources in less regulated environments and for temporary workloads such as development and test environments. Public clouds offer a range of products, from end-user software packages to more basic services such as databases or operating environments.

Public clouds may also offer cloud services such as a disaster recovery for a private cloud, or the ability to “cloudburst” a temporary workload spike from a private cloud to a public cloud. These are examples of a hybrid cloud. These are most feasible when the private and public clouds are built with similar technologies.

Usually people think of a public cloud in terms of a user role, e.g., “Which public cloud should I consider using?” But someone needs to own and manage that public cloud. The company who owns and operates a public cloud is known as a public cloud provider. Oracle Database Cloud Service, Amazon RDS, and Savvis Symphony Database are examples of public cloud database services.

When evaluating deployment models, be aware that you can use any or all of the available options. Some workloads may be best-suited for a private cloud, some for a public or hybrid cloud. And you might deploy multiple private clouds in your organization. If you are going to combine multiple clouds, then you want to make sure that each cloud is based on a consistent technology portfolio and architecture. This simplifies management and gives you the greatest flexibility in moving resources and workloads among your different clouds.

Oracle’s portfolio of cloud products and services enables both deployment models. Oracle can manage either model. Universities, government agencies and companies in all types of business everywhere in the world are using clouds built with the Oracle portfolio. By employing a consistent portfolio, these customers are able to run all of their workloads – from test and development to the most mission-critical -- in a consistent manner: One Enterprise Cloud, powered by Oracle.



The Database Cloud Architecture Team at Oracle develops and documents best practices for designing and delivering database consolidation and database-as-a-service projects for on-premises database clouds.


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