Cloud Adjacent Databases Facilitate Migration to Cloud
Abstract: Cloud Adjacent Databases are critical to application migration patterns to cloud. Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database is used extensively as a relational in-memory readonly/read-write cache for Oracle Database across a multitude of application areas. In the context of hybrid deployments, which demand that an application be deployed both on-premises as well as in the cloud, TimesTen is a great fit as a cloud adjacent database; acting as a cache for an Oracle Database running in the cloud while the TimesTen cache runs on-premise. This placement of TimesTen results in significant application benefits; higher availability, reduced latency for data access, better scalability and improved resilience. This talk discusses the architectural elements of this migration pattern.