Oracle Updates Autonomous Data Warehouse: Here’s What To Know
Wade Tyler Millward
The company is seeking to converge services at the database level and make Autonomous Data Warehouse easier to use.
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Tech giant Oracle has announced a number of updates that aim to make its Autonomous Data Warehouse offering easier to use for experts and novices. The strategy from the company is to reduce how many databases users turn to for modeling and data analysis, Steven Zivanic, Oracle’s global vice president of database and autonomous services product marketing, told CRN.
Some of the updates are already generally available, with all of them expected to become available before the end of May. And channel partners could potentially see more customers interested in Oracle database offerings with the new features reducing complexity. The goal is for a single data platform for businesses to store, clean, govern and analyze data from any source. “We are converging everything at the database level,” Zivanic said. “We want to eliminate the obstacle of, ‘I don’t know how to do that.’”
Oracle originally launched the offering in 2018. What follows are the key things to know about the latest updates to Oracle’s Autonomous Data Warehouse.