There have been options for running Oracle database workloads in the cloud for many years. In fact, Amazon Web Services (AWS) was clearly one of the first places to run Oracle databases in the cloud either on IaaS (AWS EC2) or through their Relational Database Service (RDS).
Recently Oracle has been promoting their 2nd generation cloud known as Oracle Cloud Infrastructure or “OCI”. But what makes OCI a more compelling option for cloud database workloads and what are the limitations?
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