Oracle added autonomous technology to its database software last year
Oracle, the multinational technology firm has announced that it will be integrating autonomous capabilities into all of its Platform-as-a-Service products (PaaS). The company specializes in database software and cloud engineered systems and thus it launched the self-driven database version, “18c” at last year’s OpenWorld conference. Oracle promised the users that the database is equipped with machine-learning and have self-driving abilities. The new upgraded version of the database will help the users to avoid drudgery using the autonomous capabilities.
Now, Oracle is also adding the autonomous technology to all its cloud platform services including, data management, application development, integration, analytics, security and systems management. According to Oracle, the autonomous services will be available in the second half of the fiscal year 2018. With the deployment of self-driving abilities across its cloud platform, Oracle is trying to cut down the admin labor by boosting up the productivity and efficiency.
Automatic data ingestion, data lake creation, & preparation for the data integration service.
Automated app development to prevent the developers from wasting their time on same codes and actions again and again in the process. In addition, it will also spot the security issues.
Automated data preparation and discovery for analytics.
Automation in the identification for monitoring and performance settings.
The executives explained the new autonomous services from Oracle as the start of a new tech era. Amit Zavery, executive vice president, product development, Oracle Cloud Platform, said, this new change will add the company’s autonomous offering across all its services. He also added that the end-to-end self-operating database systems will bring down the cost and labor for an admin which results in better ROI.
“The future of tomorrow's successful enterprise IT organization is in full end-to-end automation. We are weaving autonomous capabilities into the fabric of our cloud to help customers safeguard their systems, drive innovation, and deliver the ultimate competitive advantage.” Zavery said to a journalist in a call interview. The company’s approach is to free up the admin’s time and reduce labor so they can work on something new for the development.
Akash Singh Chauhan is a senior writer at MobileAppDaily and he mainly covers all the latest happenings and tweaks in mobile app technology. Being an Engineering graduate he is always compelled to the technology and tries to discover new trends in the tech world. Along with any tech news he also never misses a single episode of ‘Dragon Ball’.Follow