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Last fall at Oracle OpenWorld, chairman Larry Ellison showed he was a man of the people by comparing the company’s new autonomous database service to auto-pilot on his private plane. Regardless, those autonomous capabilities were pretty advanced, providing customers with a self-provisioning, self-tuning and self-repairing database. Today, Oracle announced it was expanding that automation beyond the database to other parts of its developer cloud platform.
The company started with that autonomous database, known by the exciting name, 18C, which like Ellison’s airplane practically runs itself. “We are extending the automation across all of our cloud platform services, making them self driving, self securing and self repairing and eliminating human requirements to handle all of the [installation], protection and services,” Amit Zavery, executive vice president for the Oracle Cloud Platform told TechCrunch.
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The automation will be applied to a broad array of Oracle cloud services including applications development, data integration and security. The new services are designed to remove a significant amount of the complexity and reduce the time and cost associated with launching, running and maintaining cloud services. The goal is to leave it to the machine wherever...
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