Private Cloud Appliance
Private Cloud Appliance is an integrated infrastructure system
Designed to enable rapid deployment of converged compute, network, and storage technologies to host applications or workloads on a guest operating system. It is a data center class system that provides scalable, incremental performance optimized for mixed workload consolidation.
Oracle Private Cloud Appliance is an integrated "single plug" software-defined infrastructure system that radically simplifies the way customers install, deploy, and manage virtual environments for any Linux, Oracle Solaris, or Microsoft Windows application.
Oracle Private Cloud Appliance supports a wide range of OS versions hosted in a converged server, network, and storage environment to enable mission-critical, commercial, and general-purpose application deployments in medium and large data centers.
Private Cloud on the client
Oracle Private Cloud at Customer simplifies private cloud deployments by reducing the time between startup and production to just a few hours. It combines the scalability, downtime-free upgradeability, and security of Oracle Private Cloud Appliance with a flexible subscription model to deliver out-of-the-box IaaS that can be managed from a single pane of glass.
Implementation of the private cloud on the client
Platform architecture and implementation
Learn about the concept and basic architecture of Oracle Private Cloud at Customer. Oracle implements the private cloud infrastructure within its data center. It is your responsibility to prepare your data center for deployment and ensure that all requirements are met.
Customers can subscribe to different configuration models. The Ethernet-based system is available as a single rack; The InfiniBand-based system is available as a compact single-rack configuration or a two-rack scale configuration. All configurations can be combined with Oracle Exadata Cloud at Customer.