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Oracle’s continuous innovations are helping database administrators (DBAs) to simplify management while enabling them to advance their skills and knowledge. Autonomous Database is the next generation of data management for DBAs. It eliminates mundane and routine management tasks, freeing up DBAs to focus on how to extract more value from their data. Discover the essentials (PDF)
Autonomous Database offers more automation based on adaptive machine learning. Mundane administrative tasks—such as upgrades, patches, tuning, and security updates—are automatically applied with no human intervention and no downtime. Built-in automation gives DBAs more time for strategic and higher-value activities, such as data mining and new projects.
Oracle’s automated tools allow you to move your on-premises database to Oracle Cloud seamlessly and with virtually no downtime. One-click provisioning and administration help streamline migration and management.
Autonomous Database automatically secures itself with automated protection from external attacks and malicious internal users. Data is automatically encrypted and security patches are automatically applied. Defend against threats, protect against downtime and data loss, secure against unauthorized access, and comply with regulations for sensitive data and critical applications.
With Autonomous Data Warehouse, data warehousing is no longer a complex and time-consuming task. You can easily deploy a data warehouse in minutes. No manual tuning or administration needed. Simply create your database instance, connect to your database, load your data, and go.
How does Oracle Database combine the flexibility of cloud with the power of machine learning to deliver data management in the cloud?Read the white paper (PDF)
The DBA’s Role in Oracle Autonomous Database CloudWatch the video (5:40)
Getting Started with Autonomous Data WarehouseGet started
What to expect from Autonomous Transaction ProcessingView the blog
Calculate the TCO with Autonomous Data Warehouse.Calculate the savings
Oracle’s Maria Colgan talks about the DBA’s role in the cloud.Listen to the podcast (18:42)