On Wednesday, March 17, Andrew Mendelsohn will announce Oracle's latest cloud data warehouse innovations that put the full power of your data within the reach of your entire organization. New intuitive, integrated capabilities enable analysts, data scientists, and line-of-business developers to deliver even faster results, accelerating insights and time-to-market. Together with the existing zero-admin capabilities of Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, organizations of all sizes can lower TCO and increase ROI while more rapidly gaining maximum value from their data.
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Andrew Mendelsohn is executive vice president for database server technologies at Oracle. He’s responsible for products and services centered around Oracle Database, including development, test, and product management of much of the core Oracle Database product. In addition, Mendelsohn’s responsibilities encompass cloud services, including Autonomous Data Warehouse and Autonomous Transaction Processing on shared infrastructure, Cloud SQL, Data Safe, and Big Data; developer tools such as Application Express (APEX) and SQL Developer; and database security products including Key Vault and Audit Vault/Database Firewall. Finally, Mendelsohn also runs customer support for Oracle Database Cloud Services and Oracle Database on Exadata.
Mendelsohn began his career at Oracle as a developer on Oracle Database 5.1 in 1984. Prior to joining Oracle, he worked at HP and ESVEL.
Mendelsohn holds a BSE in electrical engineering and computer science from Princeton University and did graduate work in computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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