Oracle Database Appliance X8 Model Family

November 25, 2019

The Oracle Database Appliance is an Oracle Engineered System that is simple, optimized, and affordable. Through seven generations, since first introduced in 2011, the Oracle Database Appliance has been enormously popular for customers deploying Oracle Database in a variety of production scenarios. The Oracle Database Appliance portfolio has been updated and the latest generation model family includes the Oracle Database Appliance X8-2S, Oracle Database Appliance X8-2M, and Oracle Database Appliance X8-2-HA. The Oracle Database Appliance X8 model family offers the lowest hardware price for an Oracle Engineered System, with the Oracle Database Appliance X8-2S starting at a fourth of the price of the Oracle Database Appliance X8-2-HA. Combined with flexible Oracle Database software licensing, the Oracle Database Appliance X8 model family brings Oracle Engineered Systems to within reach of every organization.

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