Oracle this week announced Oracle Autonomous Analytics Cloud, Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud and Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud, three Platform-as-a-Service databases that the company says will “automate and eliminate key tasks” for enterprises thanks to built-in algorithms. It is unknown if those systems will be as strictly licensed as everything Oracle…
Late last year Oracle announced what it calls the “world’s first Autonomous Database for data warehouse workloads” — Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud — to great fanfare and released the product in January. The overall reception of the product outside of the Oracle circle was rather uninspiring. Oracle had also pretty hard time competing at that of the year with VMware and Dell.
According to the company, these three new offerings expand on Oracle’s Autonomous line and give enterprise customers “self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing” capabilities.
As said by Amit Zavery -executive vice president of development, Oracle Cloud Platform – “embedding AI and machine learning in these cloud services will help organizations innovate in revolutionary new ways”.
Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud uses “crowd-sourced” data to speed up integrations; offers APIs for AI and machine learning frameworks; provides self-tuning and enables “Robotic Process Automation” for automating systems that are not API-enabled, among other functions. There is no explanation what “crowd-sourced” means for Oracle through…
Oracle Autonomous Analytics Cloud lets users ask questions using natural language via their mobile devices and receive “rich visualizations” and “proactive [data] suggestions” on those same devices; uses machine learning to unveil “hidden patterns” and “performance drivers”; and offers predictive analytics for large volumes of data, among other features.
And with Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud, customers receive low-code and no-code assistance in building Web and mobile applications with features that include rapid application development assistance via automated code-generation tools, and automated mobile app delivery to iOS, Android and other platforms.