Oracle Autonomous Database is Now Available in Microsoft Azure Data Centers

Oracle Autonomous Database is now generally available on Oracle Database@Azure in the Microsoft Azure East U.S. region.

Oracle will operate and manage the Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud Service, the second Oracle database service to run on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) in Azure data centers, according to the company.

With Oracle Autonomous Database running on OCI in Azure data centers, developers can easily provision an industry-leading data platform that can accommodate any data or development model for any use case, while eliminating or reducing the complex and time-consuming integrations.

With this fully-managed and fully featured option, application developers gain access to database services at massive scale with the highest performance, security, and availability characteristics.

Oracle Autonomous Database helps customers accelerate application innovation and development velocity, and they can use it to migrate their existing Oracle Databases to the cloud. Oracle Autonomous Database is initially available via a private offer in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.

Oracle Database is the mission-critical database that the largest and most critical enterprises in the world trust with their most important data and applications.

Oracle Autonomous Database provides a fully automated and managed Oracle Database service that is integrated with the Azure portal and APIs, enabling global organizations to migrate and run any workloads securely, from the simplest to the most mission-critical.

It runs on top of Real Application Clusters on Exadata Cloud Infrastructure, providing the highest performance, availability, security, and scalability. In addition to scaling up to handle the most demanding applications.

Oracle Autonomous Database can accelerate development velocity with a built-in low code development platform called Oracle APEX, a rich set of data engineering tools called Data Studio, an ML notebook interface for data scientists, and easy access to data lakes.

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