The most powerful database globally, Oracle, has now become the simplest database to use because it's fully automated. Developers can create a secure self-driving database in minutes. And it's so much faster than other databases that Oracle guarantees it will cut your Amazon bill in half.
As the old saying goes, time is money. Oracle has really taken that concept to heart when it comes to their Oracle Autonomous Database—ADB. They are absolutely obsessed with making it run fast.
Want to eliminate data loss? The only way to eliminate data loss is to eliminate human error. And how do you do that? By eliminating human labor in your database. That's where the Oracle Autonomous Database—ADB—comes in, part of Oracle Autonomous Services.
Over the years, we've seen many custom software development projects succeed, and we've also seen plenty of them fail. They all start with big dreams, but reality soon sets in. Many projects still finish, but generally, they're a far cry from what was initially planned.
Oracle's UI has been a big area of focus for the company for the last few years, as their hire of Hillel Cooperman a couple of years ago indicated. Cooperman pulled in Jenny Lam and other designers he knew from previous projects, and he and Lam led an effort to modernize Oracle's user experience.