Feature Parity Between Oracle Public Cloud and Exadata Cloud@Customer Deployments

Autonomous Database on Dedicated Exadata Infrastructure offers two deployment possibilities for operational control and isolation; Oracle Public Cloud or Exadata Cloud@Customer. Even though both platforms support a standard set of features for Autonomous Databases, there are a few differences among them.

Feature Comparison

The following table lists the Autonomous Database features exclusive to either Oracle Public Cloud or Exadata Cloud@Customer deployments.

Feature Oracle Public Cloud Exadata Cloud@Customer
Assess and protect data with Data Safe Applicable
Authenticate and Authorize Microsoft Azure Active Directory Users for Autonomous Database Applicable
Change the license type on an Autonomous VM Cluster Applicable
Choose a SCAN listener port for TLS and non-TLS from a range of available ports   Applicable
Choose between one-way TLS and mTLS for database TLS certificates   Applicable
Identity and Access Management (IAM) authentication with Autonomous Database Applicable
Rotate Oracle REST Data Services (ORDS) and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) security certificates for an Autonomous Exadata VM Cluster resource Applicable
Use Database Management Service to monitor databases Applicable
Use Operations Insights on Autonomous Database Applicable
Use NFS Storage resource for data migration   Applicable