Accelerate innovation with Oracle’s latest self-driving database
Intelligent autonomous systems are quickly taking hold in many industries, driving paradigm shifts in financial services, healthcare, logistics, manufacturing, IT infrastructure, and more.
Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing Cloud Service uses groundbreaking machine learning and automation to eliminate human labor, human error, and manual tuning for rapidly growing volumes of data, delivering unprecedented cost savings, security, availability, and productivity. This unique cloud service automates the entire data management life cycle.
The latest service in the Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud portfolio, Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing raises the bar by enabling self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing databases for transaction processing, reporting, batch, IoT, and machine learning workloads.
Deployed in minutes, it empowers customers to accelerate innovation, lower costs, and reduce risk. How does this compare to the current state of affairs? Traditionally, database management systems have to be hand-assembled using standard components. The onus is on the customer to build, test, tune, secure, and operate the database management system—a labor-intensive approach that reduces economies of scale and increases runtime costs.
Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing represents an entirely new category of service based on machine learning technology that dramatically transforms how companies use mission-critical databases, boosting efficiency and freeing IT professionals to focus on innovation. It empowers IT teams to focus on high-value data management projects—at a lower cost and with greater efficiency than is possible with other public clouds. It is self-driving, which means it automates database maintenance, monitoring, and tuning while also handling many infrastructure management tasks. The automation supports mixed workloads and allows for database creation in minutes, not days. It is self-securing, protecting itself from external cyberattacks as well as from malicious internal users. And it is also self-repairing, which means it will automatically recover from any glitches or failures.