Oracle introduces Database 12c with in-memory tech
By Digital News Asia August 12, 2014
- Cloud, mobile and Web sending larger volumes of data into the enterprise
- With Oracle Multitenant architecture, organisations can also deploy DBaaS
ORACLE Corporation has announced the general availability of the latest version of its flagship Oracle Database 12c Release 18.104.22.168.
The new database management system includes Oracle Database In-Memory technology that it claimed would enable better and faster business decisions by accelerating the performance of Oracle Database applications.
With the added firepower of Oracle Database In-Memory now available, customers can instantly gain the competitive advantage of the real-time enterprise with the flip of a switch, said Oracle Database Server Technologies’ executive vice president Andrew Mendelsohn (pic).
“As the cloud, mobile devices, and the Web send larger volumes of data into the enterprise, organisations are challenged to manage this data efficiently and cost effectively.
“Customers around the world are harnessing Oracle Database 12c along with options including Oracle Multitenant to consolidate their databases and deliver database as a service – on-premise and in the cloud,” he added.
In addition, by leveraging the Oracle Multitenant architecture that simplifies database consolidation in the cloud, organisations around the world can also deploy database as a service (DBaaS), allowing them to manage multiple databases on a shared, scalable, and agile database platform, Oracle claimed.
With DBaaS facilitated through Oracle Database 12c, customers will have improved server utilisation and streamlined database management, all while retaining database isolation and with no application changes, the company added.
Many Oracle PartnerNetwork partners have deployed their applications on Oracle Database 12c to gain a competitive advantage for themselves and their end-users, making it one of the most rapidly adopted technologies in the Oracle partner ecosystem, Oracle said.
By hosting client’s databases in the cloud with Oracle Multitenant, partners are passing along cost savings to their customers through streamlined management, shared resources and trusted security.
The latest release of Oracle Database 12c allows customers and partners to easily develop applications with new types of data, accelerate database and data warehousing performance, and simplify delivery of mission-critical DBaaS environments.
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