Oracle Autonomous Database Giving Edge to Asia’s Digital Businesses
Karachi:A growing number of Asia Pacific’s business are turning to Oracle Autonomous Database – the industry’s first self-driving, self-securing, self-repairing database – as they seek to gain deeper data driven insight, faster than ever before.
Chris Chelliah, Group Vice President and Chief Architect, Technology and Cloud Platform, Oracle Asia Pacific, said: “This last quarter alone we saw 5000 new companies trialling it globally and many of the brands we added have never used the Oracle database before. And with our new cloud interoperability partnership with Microsoft plus our Generation 2 cloud infrastructure data centers now starting to come online in Tokyo, Seoul, Mumbai and Sydney, we expect these numbers to grow.”
Oracle Autonomous Database builds on 40 years of experience supporting the majority of the world’s most demanding applications. The first of its kind, Oracle Autonomous Database uses ground breaking machine learning to provide self-driving, self-repairing, and self-securing capabilities that automate key management and security processes in database systems like patching, tuning and upgrading, all while keeping the critical infrastructure constantly running for a modern cloud experience. Running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Oracle Autonomous Database delivers significantly lower costs than alternatives.
“We continue to see rapid adoption of Oracle Autonomous Database as businesses of all sizes and across all industries recognise the power of data and the autonomous database. Many are at the cutting edge of the digital economy and are actively addressing critical areas such as e-payments, electronic signatures and delivering more personalized services for our customer’s customer,” Chelliah added.
To support the strong interest in the autonomous database Oracle is also boosting its Sales operations in this area as it seeks to help customers get the most out of its ground-breaking machine learning and automation capabilities.