Oracle Generation 2 cloud service to debut in Australia

Oracle will flip the switch for its Generation 2 cloud service in Sydney by the end of August 2019 in a bid to carve out a bigger slice of Australia’s growing cloud computing market.

The Sydney cloud region, which will be followed by a Melbourne region early next year, joins a slew of Generation 2 regions such as Mumbai, Zurich and Sao Paulo slated to open in August. By the end of 2019, the service will be available in 19 regions globally.

Read Aaron Tan’s post on ComputerWeekly.com on this

 

Oracle Enterprise and Cloud Manageability Support for Multi-Cloud Environments

As customers roll out multi-cloud application environments, they will need to monitor and manage those applications across those multiple clouds.  Oracle customers who use Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) and/or Oracle Management Cloud (OMC) can take advantage of the appropriate capabilities offered by these solutions to work across their entire estate, regardless of which deployment model they leverage.

Checkout this Blog post by Dan Koloski, on monitoring Autonomous Database but also Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.

Low Code Meets Autonomous

Today, Oracle is also announcing availability of a rich set of built-in Autonomous Database developer capabilities, including Oracle Application Express (APEX), Oracle SQL Developer Web, and Oracle REST Data Services so developers can quickly develop and deploy new data-driven applications.

Oracle’s industry-leading low-code application development platform, Oracle APEX, enables developers to quickly build scalable and secure enterprise apps with world-class features. Oracle APEX can be used to import spreadsheets and develop a single source of truth web application in minutes, create compelling reports and data visualizations, or build mission-critical data management applications. With Oracle APEX preinstalled and preconfigured in Oracle Autonomous Database, developers can start building applications within minutes.

Oracle also announced availability of Oracle SQL Developer Web, a web interface for working with the Oracle Autonomous Database, enabling developers to easily run queries, create tables, and generate schema diagrams. With native Oracle REST Data Services support, developers can now develop and deploy RESTful services for Oracle Autonomous Database, making it easy to develop modern REST interfaces for relational data.

Read the complete Press Release

New Oracle Autonomous Database Dedicated Deployment Eliminates Roadblocks to Moving Enterprise Databases to the Autonomous Cloud

Press Release New Oracle Autonomous Database Dedicated Deployment Eliminates Roadblocks to Moving Enterprise Databases to the Autonomous Cloud

“Autonomous Database Dedicated enables customers to easily transform from manually-managed independent databases on premises, to a fully-autonomous and isolated private database cloud within the Oracle Public Cloud,” said Juan Loaiza, executive vice president, Mission-Critical Database Technologies, Oracle. “Our Autonomous Database Dedicated service eliminates the concerns enterprise customers previously had about security, isolation, and operational policies when moving to cloud.”

Microsoft and Oracle to Interconnect Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud

Microsoft Corp. and Oracle Corp. on Wednesday announced a cloud interoperability partnership enabling customers to migrate and run mission-critical enterprise workloads across Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud. Enterprises can now seamlessly connect Azure services, like Analytics and AI, to Oracle Cloud services, like Autonomous Database. By enabling customers to run one part of a workload within Azure and another part of the same workload within the Oracle Cloud, the partnership delivers a highly optimized, best-of-both-clouds experience. Taken together, Azure and Oracle Cloud offer customers a one-stop shop for all the cloud services and applications they need to run their entire business.

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