Oracle MySQL HeatWave is the only MySQL cloud database service with a built-in, high-performance, in-memory query accelerator—eliminating the need for complex, time-consuming, expensive ETL and integration with a separate analytics database.
Continuing to innovate on MySQL, Oracle introduces HeatWave ML—native, in-database machine learning (ML) capabilities that eliminate the need to move data to a separate machine learning tool and automate model training, generate inferences, and provide prediction explanations. It’s now easier, faster, more accurate, more secure, and more cost-effective for developers to incorporate machine learning into MySQL applications.
Watch the announcement and learn about all the latest enhancements—including real-time elasticity and data compression—to take the most advantage of MySQL HeatWave capabilities.
Edward Screven is executive vice president and chief corporate architect at Oracle. He leads the teams that drive innovative product strategy, engineering, operations, sales, and technical support for a wide range of Oracle products.
In his role as chief corporate architect, Edward is responsible for technology and architecture decisions across all Oracle products and leads companywide strategic initiatives, including industry standards and security. He is responsible for Oracle Labs, which identifies, explores, and transfers new technologies that have the potential to substantially improve Oracle’s—and customers’—business. He’s responsible for many of Oracle’s best-known open source programs including Java, Oracle Linux, MySQL, and VirtualBox.
Edward studied computer science at Carnegie Mellon University and continues to enjoy programming in his personal time.
Nipun Agarwal is senior vice president of MySQL database and HeatWave development at Oracle. His interests include data processing, machine learning, and cloud computing. Prior to this role, Nipun directed a number of research initiatives at Oracle Labs that resulted in the introduction of new Oracle products, including MySQL HeatWave.
Joining Oracle in 1994, Nipun was initially a member of Oracle Database team for several years. He holds an MS in computer science and has been awarded more than 185 patents.
Vitor Freitas is Cofounder and CTO of Estuda.com, a startup that is revolutionizing education in Brazil. Estuda.com provides an online platform that optimizes the learning process for more than 8 million users, including students, teachers, and school systems. He is a serial entrepreneur who cofounded several digital companies over the last 20 years.
“We successfully migrated our 6 TB database and in-house digital marketing and media management applications from AWS Aurora to MySQL HeatWave, which reduced our costs by 60% and improved performance for complex queries by more than 1,000X and 85% of overall workloads.”
“MySQL HeatWave is a clearly superior solution for open source database users…a breakthrough that significantly expands the range of applications suited to MySQL.”
“The resulting architecture is elegant, allowing the prioritization of queries to enable the Holy Grail of insight to action for enterprise decision-making.”
“For MySQL database developers, this is a game changer.”
“The MySQL HeatWave technology is by far the best in the market now.”
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Oracle will announce the latest innovations in MySQL HeatWave that make it simple, more secure, and more cost-effective to incorporate machine learning into applications, without sacrificing speed or accuracy. During the keynote, attendees will have the opportunity to ask MySQL HeatWave experts questions via live chat.
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