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Getting started with Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing

Getting started with Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing is actually much easier than you might think. In fact, with Oracle’s $300 in free cloud credits you can probably get your first 30 days on the service for free. Please note, you … Continue reading

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What you can expect from Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing

Today Larry Ellison announced the general availability of Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP), the newest member of the Oracle Autonomous Database family, combining the flexibility of cloud with the power of machine learning to deliver data management as a service. … Continue reading

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How does Autonomous Transaction Processing differ from the Autonomous Data Warehouse?

In my previous post, I explained that  Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing has three main attribute: Self-Driving, Self-Securing and Self-Repairing. All of the functionality I described in that post is shared between both the Autonomous Data Warehouse (ADW) and ATP. Where … Continue reading

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Oracle Database 18c is now available for Download!

Today Oracle officially released Oracle Database 18c for download on Linux x86-64. As you may recall, we originally released 18c on the Oracle Public Cloud and Oracle Engineered Systems back in February. So, when will you be able to get … Continue reading

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Oracle Database 18c Released

Today Oracle officially released Oracle Database 18c on the Oracle Public Cloud and Oracle Engineered Systems. This is the first version of the database to follow the new yearly release model and you can find more details on the release … Continue reading

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