Choose self-managing, self-repairing, and self-securing Oracle Cloud Platform autonomous services to focus on innovation—not on administration.
Oracle has announced the availability of multiple Oracle Cloud Platform autonomous services, including those for database, development, mobile, business analytics, integration, blockchain, and more. With this flood of new autonomous services, how will organisations prepare to administer them?
Like a self-driving car, Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud now automatically takes care of a maze of complicated things that a person used to do—and still must do for other databases. That includes setting up the database; optimizing its performance; monitoring for security breaches; patching it; and deciding how much compute, storage, and network capacity is needed.
The autonomous capability enables lower operating costs, improved security and reliability, and lower IT labor costs, and it gives database administrators more time to focus on new ideas instead of tuning databases and allocating storage.