Oracle Introduces Oracle® Cloud File System

News Facts

  • To help organizations deploy their applications, databases and storage in the cloud, Oracle today introduced the Oracle® Cloud File System.
  • The Oracle Cloud File System offers organizations a solution that extends cloud characteristics to their storage by enabling more effective storage pooling through a network accessible elastic storage cloud.
  • The Oracle Cloud File System is available today and is priced at $5,000 per processor. It is available free of charge for storing Oracle software binaries, metadata, and diagnostic files (terms, conditions and restrictions apply).
  • The Oracle Cloud File System comprises the following features: Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System and Oracle Automatic Storage Management Dynamic Volume Manager.
  • The Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System is a highly available, general-purpose cluster file system for storing all files including Oracle and non-Oracle related files. It snapshots and restores files on demand to protect important files from human error, replicates files for disaster protection, provides fine-grain access security and data encryption, and supports file tags for easy file management.
  • Oracle Automatic Storage Management Dynamic Volume Manager provides volume management support for Oracle Automatic Storage Management Cluster File System and other third-party file systems such as Linux ext3. This allows administrators to store all file system data, including third-party file system data, in Oracle Automatic Storage Management and take advantage of its inherent performance, availability, and manageability benefits.

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