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Oracle Data

Is data one of your core business assets?

For many organisations it is and so are the databases they depend on for transactional processing and delivering current and accurate business insights to influence and optimise business performance.

Oracle Database is available in several editions including XE (which is free), Standard Edition Two and Enterprise Edition. Each is built from a common code base, allowing database applications to scale from small, single processor servers to clusters of multi-processor servers without changing a line of code. This enables applications to move between on-premises and the Cloud seamlessly in today's hybrid environments. The Oracle database line-up also includes the popular Oracle MySQL and other specialist products for Big Data.

We have pulled together Oracle's range of database products and services, to help define the most appropriate data solutions for your business and budget:

Oracle Database

Oracle Database Editions

For the past few decades, Oracle has been the database of choice for mission critical applications that demand the highest levels of availability, security and performance across multiple-platforms. Both Standard Edition Two and Enterprise Edition with it's choice of advanced Options are now available as Cloud implementations. The flexibility of the Cloud expands the choice of available configurations and introduces Enterprise High and Extreme Performance editions to the mix.

Oracle MySQL Editions

MySQL is the world’s most popular open source database, enabling the cost-effective delivery of reliable, high-performance and scalable Web-based and embedded database applications.

The commercial editions provide advanced features, management tools and technical support to better enable you to develop, deploy and manage your MySQL applications.

Check out the full list of MySQL products

Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database (TimesTen)

Provides huge performance gains as an in-memory cache database with automatic data synchronisation between TimesTen and the Oracle Database.