Oracle Customers Plug into the Cloud with Oracle Database 12c
Latest version of database includes new Oracle Database In-Memory technology to power the real-time enterprise.
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Organizations face an ever-growing volume of enterprise data to manage and analyze. Customers worldwide are using Oracle Database 12c to manage their critical and complex data workloads. The latest release, Oracle Database 12c Release 184.108.40.206, is now available and includes Oracle Database In-Memory, an option designed for real-time processing, enabling better and faster business decisions by accelerating the performance of Oracle Database applications.
By leveraging the Oracle Multitenant architecture that simplifies database consolidation in the cloud, organizations around the world have deployed database as a service (DBaaS), allowing them to manage multiple databases on a shared, scalable, and agile database platform.
With DBaaS facilitated through Oracle Database 12c, customers can improve server utilization and streamline database management while retaining database isolation and with no application changes.
The latest release of Oracle Database 12c also enables customers and partners to:
- Easily develop applications with new types of data. With JSON support in Oracle Database 12c Release 220.127.116.11, organizations can store JSON document data in their Oracle Database and query it through traditional SQL and RESTful interfaces.
- Accelerate database and data warehousing performance. Attribute clustering is designed to ensure that related columns in a database are physically stored together for faster access.
- Simplify delivery of mission-critical DBaaS environments. A new Rapid Home Provisioning feature in Oracle Database 12c simplifies provisioning, upgrade, patching, and maintenance of multitenant database cloud environments.
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