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Oracle to Adopt Autonomous Database in Digital Business

Oracle to Adopt Autonomous Database in Digital Business

The leading information technology industry of Asia is now adopting a new data infusion system in order to be the leaders in self-repairing and self-securing database. This will help the firm to grow huge in the Asian continent and also will make them the leader in the market. 

The firm is all set to introduce the Oracle autonomous database by the end of this year which will help in safeguarding the system information on a larger platform and it will enable the company to self-repair the systems without bringing about a change in the data drive software. Chris Chellaiah, the Vice President and Chief Architect, Oracle Asia Pacific, said: “The answer is in the data! We continue to see rapid adoption of Oracle Autonomous Database as businesses of all sizes and across all industries recognize the power of data and the autonomous database”.

This new software will help the customers to proceed safely in the sectors such as E-payments and electronic signatures with delivering more personalized and accurate services. “Oracle Autonomous Database has been the key to helping us do this. The platform has freed our IT team free itself from the cumbersome data management tasks (such as database patching, tuning, indexing, etc.); and given us new insight on how we can provide customers with additional data and new consulting services,”stated the senior IT manager, AsiaPay.

With this Oracle will be the first company to get its own software autonomous database in Asia, which will lead the digital economy of the Asian countries. This will fetch a larger market for the firm, in European countries also.

                                                

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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