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Indian Businesses Adopts Oracle's 'Self-Driving' Database

Indian Businesses Adopts Oracle's 'Self-Driving' Database

Shailender Kumar who is currently the Regional Managing Director of Oracle India feels that there is a rise in the industry for ‘Autonomous Databases’. Starting from large enterprises, mid-size and now even the small size that belong to various verticals such as food, IT, clothing and more have seen the potential of Autonomous Databases. As a result, the firm now offers“self-driving” software that will be using Machine Learning. It is using ML for unprecedented availability, security and high-performance while keeping in mind the price.

The growth of autonomous database prospects have seen to be increasing says, Shailender Kumar. The L&T Infotech has invested a large amount on automation. This is done for service deployment including the deployment of various tools and accelerators. By running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, it is now possible for Autonomous to self-drive, self-secure and self-repair database that automates key management processes. This includes patching, tuning and upgrading to keep critical infrastructure to help grow the modern Cloud experience. If this move is implemented throughout firms, we might see a new way of storing and sharing data. In today’s IT sector the need for innovation is highly in demand. So These new methods and projects will be popping up in the future, let’s see if it can make any difference.


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