Shows the components of Autonomous Database on Dedicated Exadata Infrastructure. In this graphic, you can see an Exadata Infrastructure resource with two Autonomous VM Cluster resources created in it. They are named Autonomous VM Cluster 1 and Autonomous VM Cluster 2.

Autonomous VM Cluster 1 has two Autonomous Container Databases named ACD1 and ACD2. Similarly, Autonomous VM Cluster 2 has two Autonomous Container Databases named ACD3 and ACD4.

Each of these ACD resources has one or more Autonomous Databases created in them as listed below:

ACD1 has three Autonomous Databases named ADB1, ADB2, and ADB3.

ACD 2 has two Autonomous Databases named ADB1 and ADB2.

ACD3 has a single Autonomous Database named ADB1

ACD4 has two Autonomous Databases named ADB1 and ADB2.

Additionally, there are callouts for each resource to highlight all the parameters of the Autonomous Database that a resource can determine. Some of these parameters can be selected while provisioning the resource, and some can even be modified later. They are:

Exadata Infrastructure: You can determine Exadata System model, region, availability domain, compute and storage configuration, and custom maintenance schedule at the Exadata Infrastructure resource level.

Autonomous Exadata VM Cluster: You can determine DB server node isolation, memory to CPU ratio, network settings, ports, number of CPUs and storage configurations, number of ACDs in an AVMC, compute model, Bring Your Own SSL and ORDS certification, license type, time-zone, maintenance schedule, and multi-VM deployment at the Autonomous Exadata VM Cluster resource level.

Autonomous Container Database: You can determine the Database version, SLA - Autonomous Data Guard configuration, encryption key, custom maintenance schedule, and backup retention policy at the Autonomous Container Database resource level. You can also choose a backup destination while provisioning an Autonomous Container Database resource on Exadata Cloud@Customer.

Autonomous Database: You can determine the workload type, Autonomous Transaction Processing or Autonomous Data Warehouse, while provisioning an Autonomous Database. You can also choose CPU count, Storage, auto-scaling, Database in-memory, access control settings, and character sets at an Autonomous Database level.