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- Significantly reduces the amount to provision a new database
- All routine tasks (installation / patching / backup / scaling) are handled by the DB-as-a-service.
- Built-in security framework that prevents unauthorized access.
- Provide out-of-the box High Availability and DR.
- There is no access to the physical host of the DB. This is expected from a managed DB. Everything must be done through the console or via API calls. This is a new learning curve for the DBAs.
- Due to the lack of physical host access, certain features are not supported, such as Transportable tablespaces and Oracle LogMiner.
- Certain special data types, (such as XMLType) are not allowed; be sure the app vendor certifies their product on this platform.
- Robust - this product doesn't have a lot of downtime. It's less prone to errors than some other tools I've worked with.
- Scalable - we can keep adding more things to it. We haven't hit any roadblocks when we've tried to do more with our database.
- Performance - this is true of a lot of databases as you grow. As you get bigger, the performance of the database takes a hit.
- Autonomy is the key to this product.
- Serverless saves you money.
- Smooth usage for the same UI.
- DB should provide private IP rather than public IP only.
- It should provide one-click to import from other DB rather than using object storage.
- Very robust and adaptive to changing conditions.
- Easy to manage.
- SImplified procedure for backup and load balance.
- Reporting capability can be improved.
- Remote users from smartphones need to be supported.
- It is purely autonomous.
- All maintenance tasks are taken care of by Oracle.
- Better performance.
- System is robust and resides on Exadata platform.
- Monitoring console is also provided. Least intrusive by an external DBA.
- Different modes of connections are available - high, medium, low, TP, TP Urgent, making it easier to select the connection service to the DB and making for optimum use of resources.
- Autonomous DB integration with PeopleSoft. Issues noticed in the application.
- More flexibility of user access to DB OS.
- External connections using DB link is not possible .
- Appears sophisticated as a majority of the controls reside with Oracle in terms of security, patching, maintenance, tuning. Less responsibility to a proficient DBA.
- Great uptime and performance of the database engine.
- Number of manual management tasks reduced.
- Security fixes and updates can be deployed with no downtime.
- Self-driving database is a new concept that has not been present on the market for too long.
- Administrators have to learn to use their expertise to higher-level functionalities.
- Simple data retrieval using standard SQL
- Capable of supporting many simultaneous users/connections
- Fast loading of data in batch processing
- Improved connection abandonment detection would be useful. I occasionally encounter situations where a query becomes unresponsive due to deadlock, volume of data being queried, or other. It would be beneficial if there were better support for client-side cancellation events.
- Good transactional and data warehouse processing database.
- It's easy to implement.
- TDE integrations: today TDE set up needs a lot of environmental setup, and with different configurations, like cdb, pdb, data guard, and golden gate. The product should integrate the TDE by default into the product, and also the Golden Gate is a separate install which also should be integrated, and people will decide based on the use.
Oracle Autonomous Database Scorecard Summary
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What is Oracle Autonomous Database?
Autonomous Database provides a self-driving, self-securing, self-repairing
cloud service that eliminate the overhead and human errors associated with database administration. Oracle Autonomous Database takes care of
configuration, tuning, backup, patching, upgrading, encryption, scaling, and more. It allows customers
to innovate more, pay less, and ensure that their data is more secure.
- Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse: ADW uses adaptive machine learning to deliver unprecedented simplicity, performance, and highly elastic data management that enables data warehouse deployment in seconds.
- Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing: ATP provides simpler application development, real-time analytics, personalization, and fraud detection for complex mix of high-performance transactions, batch reporting, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
- Oracle Autonomous JSON Database: AJD makes it simple to develop JSON-centric applications with document APIs, serverless scaling and high performance ACID transactions. AJD offers comprehensive security, low latency CRUD operations and low pay-per-use pricing.
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- Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
- Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
- Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
- Entry-level set up fee?Optional
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|Deployment Types:||On-premise, SaaS|
|Operating Systems:||Windows, Linux|