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Five Minute Briefing - Oracle
August 21, 2019

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News Flashes

Oracle has announced general availability of four new cloud regions across four key geographies. Following launches completed this year in Toronto, Tokyo, and Seoul, Oracle has just launched a region in Mumbai, India, and will shortly be going live in Sao Paulo, Brazil; Sydney, Australia; and Zurich, Switzerland.

Limitations in data management can prevent Oracle application owners and database administrators (DBAs) from doing their jobs effectively. Oracle application owners are burdened by slow access to data, missed SLAs, and lengthy development processes.

In previous articles, we looked at creating and managing Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) database and compute instances through the web UI. The UI is ideal for a new user and occasional management of a cloud environment. When a cloud administrator is managing and automating dozens or hundreds of instances, manually clicking through the UI becomes untenable. Oracle supports and maintains a number of developer tools to solve this problem.

Think About It

As access to data and data sources continues to explode, businesses are being forced to rethink their data strategies to consider more information and power real-time intelligent decisions. That is, however, easier said than done. With the amount of data available that is pouring in from a myriad of sources, it can be difficult to identify what provides value, and what is just noise. Increased data and cloud growth has led to data integration challenges.