The Future is Autonomous | Event by Oracle

The Future is Autonomous | Event by Oracle

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Oracle Autonomous Database

An Autonomous Database is a cloud database that uses machine learning to eliminate the human labor associated with database tuning, security, backups, updates, and other routine management tasks traditionally performed by database administrators (DBAs).

Oracle redefines data management with the world’s first Autonomous Database. Oracle Autonomous Database eliminates complexity, human error, and manual management, helping to ensure higher reliability, security, and more operational efficiency at the lowest cost. Oracle Autonomous Database brings together decades of database automation, decades of automating database infrastructure, and new technology in the cloud to deliver a fully autonomous database.

Oracle Autonomous database is self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing.

Self-Driving: Oracle Autonomous Database automates all database and infrastructure management, monitoring, and tuning. Self-Securing: Oracle Autonomous Database protects you from both external attacks and malicious internal users, which means you can stop worrying about cyberattacks on unpatched or unencrypted databases.Self-Repairing: Oracle Autonomous Database protects from all downtime, including unplanned maintenance, with fewer than 2.5 minutes of downtime a month, including patching.

Essentially, there’s now full, end-to-end automation for: Provisioning, Security, Updates, Availability, Performance, Change management.

With Oracle Autonomous Database, the world's best database is now also the simplest.

Speakers

Frank Zervos, Sales Consulting Director, Oracle CEE Region

John Orsaris, Cloud Platform Sales Consultant, Oracle GCM

George Manginas, Senior Technology Solution Engineer, Oracle Digital

 

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When?

Saturday, September 14, 2019 4:00 PM

Where?

Olympias - Vellidio
Leoforos Stratou 3
546 39 Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki, Greece


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