REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Dec. 14,
2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Oracle announced that its
Autonomous Database, released just two years ago, was recognized by
Gartner in its recently published cloud database market
reports. Oracle Autonomous Database scored highest in all four
Use Cases in the 2020 Gartner "Critical Capabilities for Cloud
Database Management Systems for Operational Use Cases"
report. Additionally, Oracle is a Leader in the 2020 Gartner
"Magic Quadrant for Cloud Database Management Systems."
Gartner defines Cloud Database Management Systems (DBMS) as a
fully provider-managed public or private cloud software system that
manages data in cloud storage. These database cloud management
systems include specific optimization strategies designed for
supporting traditional transactions and/or analytical processing
covering specific use cases. Gartner also includes Oracle's unique
Autonomous Database Cloud@Customer offering in this Cloud DBMS
Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing (ATP) ranked
highest in the 2020 Gartner "Critical Capabilities for Cloud
Database Management Systems for Operational Use Cases" report in
the following four Use Cases 1) traditional transactions, 2)
augmented transaction processing, 3) operational intelligence, and
4) stream/event processing. Additionally, Oracle Autonomous Data
Warehouse (ADW) ranked first in Operational Intelligence and second
in the three other use cases in the 2020 Gartner "Critical
Capabilities for Cloud Database Management Systems for Analytical
Use Cases" report.
"To us, this recognition from Gartner further validates the
business and technology breakthroughs of Oracle Autonomous
Database," said Andrew Mendelsohn,
executive vice president, Database Server Technologies,
Oracle. "With the enterprise-class, self-driving capabilities,
and pay-per-use model of Autonomous Database, our customers are
realizing data-driven business transformation and modernization
while cutting costs to succeed during these challenging times."
Global organizations such as JASCI Software, MESTEC, OUTFRONT
Media, Siemens Mobility, Sky Brasil,
and TaylorMade Golf Co. are using Oracle Autonomous Database to
transform their business.
As the industry's first and only self-driving database, Oracle
Autonomous Database is optimized for transaction processing, data
warehousing, and JSON document processing, runs natively on Oracle
Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), and automatically provisions highly
available databases, configures and tunes for specific workloads,
and scales compute resources when needed. Oracle's unique converged
database enables organizations to use one database versus many
specialized databases for all of their workloads, decreasing
complexity, cost and risk for customers. In addition to OCI,
Oracle Autonomous Database is available in customers' data centers
through Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer and Oracle Dedicated Region
Download the 2020 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Cloud
Database Management Systems for Analytical Use Cases and the
Critical Capabilities for Cloud Database Management Systems for
Operational Use Cases reports here.
- Learn more about Oracle Autonomous Database
- Read more about Oracle's Data Management portfolio
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