Autonomous Database

Autonomous Database

Think Autonomous

Oracle is revolutionizing how data is managed with the introduction of the world’s first self-driving database. This ground-breaking Oracle Database technology combines adaptive machine learning and Oracle’s long standing innovations with built-in self-driving, self-securing, self-repairing automation to eliminate error-prone management. With Oracle Autonomous Database, modernizing IT and business innovations are made easier, more secured at a much lower cost.

Autonomous Data Warehouse

Get faster analytics, instant elasticity, and smarter data from your data warehouse in the cloud. Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse is built on a self-driving database to eliminate error-prone data management processes so you can focus on growing on your business.

Autonomous Transaction Processing

Built with machine learning to automate database and infrastructure management, Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing is fully optimized to support transaction processing and mixed workloads.

Gartner Insights on Self-Driving Database

“The big-ticket item for 2018 and 2019 is the use of ML and AI in the DBMS, allowing the DBMS to maintain itself—the DBMS becomes self-driving. The job of the DBA evolves to use their skills for tasks with greater business value.”—Gartner Data & Analytics Summit Presentation, The Ever-Changing DBMS Landscape for Digital Business: How the Changes Affect You, Donald Feinberg, VP Distinguished Analyst

Featured Sessions

Monday, October 22

11:00
a.m.
Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud [PKN3947]
Andrew MendelsohnExecutive Vice President, Database Server Technologies, Oracle

Oracle Chairman and Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison describes Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud as “probably the most important thing Oracle has ever done.” In his annual Oracle OpenWorld address, Oracle Executive Vice President Andy Mendelsohn shares the latest updates from the Database Development team along with customer reaction to Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud.

The Exchange @ Moscone South—The Arena
11:00 a.m.
12:15 p.m.
1:45
p.m.
Keynote: Think Autonomous [KEY3784]
Moscone North, Hall D
1:45 p.m.
3:00 p.m.
4:45
p.m.
Roadmap Session: Oracle Autonomous OLTP Database Cloud Overview and Roadmap [PRO3978]
Maria Colgan Master Product Manager, Oracle
Juan Loaiza Senior Vice President, Oracle

We are entering a new era in databases with the introduction of Oracle Autonomous OLTP Database Cloud. But what does this mean to your organization and how you achieve your key data management goals? This session provides a clear understanding of how the unique Oracle Autonomous OLTP Database Cloud works and illustrates how it can simplify your approach to data management and accelerate your transition to the cloud.

Moscone West, Room 3003
4:45 p.m.
5:30 p.m.

Tuesday, October 23

12:30
p.m.
Oracle Cloud: Modernize and Innovate on Your Journey to the Cloud [GEN1229]
Steve Daheb Senior Vice President, Oracle Cloud, Oracle
Erik Dvergsnes Architect, Aker BP
Michael Morales CEO/Managing Partner, Quality Metrics Partners

Companies today have three sometimes conflicting mandates: modernize, innovate, and reduce costs. The right cloud platform can address all three, but migrating isn’t always as easy as it sounds because everyone’s needs are unique, and cookie-cutter approaches just don’t work. Oracle Cloud Platform makes it possible to develop your own unique path to the cloud however you choose—SaaS, PaaS, or IaaS. Learn how Oracle Autonomous Cloud Platform Services automatically repairs, secures, and drives itself, allowing you to reduce cost and risk while at the same time delivering greater insights and innovation for your organization. In this session learn from colleagues who found success building their own unique paths to the cloud.

Moscone West, Room 2002
12:30 p.m.
1:15 p.m.
12:30
p.m.
Think Autonomous Database: Machine Learning Meets Mission-Critical [GEN6992]
Sandesh RaoOracle
Monica KumarVice President, Product Marketing Database and Big Data, Oracle
Moscone West, Room 2002
12:30 p.m.
1:15 p.m.

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