Amazon databases are 20 years behind the latest release of the Oracle Database in the Cloud.

In a no holds barred correlation, worldwide programming and cloud real Oracle has beatenAmazon Web Services in cloud database examination, Larry Ellison, organization’s Executive Chairman and Chief Technology Officer, said on Wednesday at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco.

Amid his keynote presentation, Ellison exhibited that Amazon databases are 20 years behind the most recent arrival of the Oracle Database in the Cloud.

Ellison demonstrated that Oracle Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) is up to 105 times quicker for Analytics workloads (than Amazon Redshift), 35 times speedier for Online exchange preparing (OLTP) (than Amazon Aurora) and 1000 or more times quicker for blended workloads than Amazon DBaaS.

Ellison likewise demonstrated that the Oracle Cloud is enhanced for running Oracle Database while Amazon Web Services (AWS) is most certainly not.

An Oracle Database running on the Oracle Cloud is up to 24 times quicker than an Oracle Database running on AWS. Amazon Aurora, Amazon Redshift and Amazon DynamoDB just keep running on AWS.

“Prophet’s new advancements will drive the Cloud databases and framework without bounds. Amazon are decades behind in each database territory that matters, and their frameworks are more shut than centralized computer PCs,” Ellison said.

The Oracle Database 12c Release 2 in the Oracle Cloud is presently accessible alongside the recently propelled Oracle Exadata Express Cloud Service.

This administration gives the full endeavor version of the Oracle Database running on the database-improved Exadata base and is beginning at $175 every month.

Prophet gives genuine workload convenientce crosswise over on-premises and cloud arrangements, empowering clients to keep utilizing their current venture, hold costs down and effectively advantage from the effectiveness of Cloud.