Oracle offers a full suite of DBMS products for operational and analytical use cases, as carried out by flagship products like Oracle Database and Oracle Autonomous Database, cementing their leading position as one of the most prominent players when it comes to databases. In fact, client data show that DBMS technologies rank high thanks to their highly functional capabilities and performance.
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Oracle’s cloud offering is based on its Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) that includes cloud-native Oracle middleware capabilities and that supports general-purpose cloud workloads in addition to Oracle Database and applications, like Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS).
OCI poses fierce competition for other players like AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. Many organizations have migrated Oracle applications like Oracle EBS to the latest release version, but there are still many organizations that haven’t.
Running critical enterprise database loads is essential to supporting mission-critical tasks like the ones that most customers use in Oracle EBS.
With much to unpack, this infographic highlights the key innovations of the Oracle Database version 21c.