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Elevate your database into the cloud using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database Migration

Alex Kotopoulis
Director of Product Management
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Oracle has reinvented databases in the cloud by providing self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing databases such as  Autonomous Transaction Processing and Autonomous Data Warehouse. These database solutions eliminate the complexities of operating a database, securing data, and developing data-driven applications. Today, we’re launching the new managed cloud service Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database Migration (DMS) to ease the move of established databases from on-premise, on third-party, or on Oracle cloud to Oracle Autonomous Database.  

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database Migration is a fully-managed service that provides a high performing, self-service experience for migrating databases to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). It provides logical online and offline migration for enterprise-level database migration with minimal downtime. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database Migration is based on industry-leading Oracle Zero Downtime Migration engine utilizing Oracle GoldenGate replication.


Migrating a database is as easy as opening the OCI Web Console and selecting the source and target database. The managed cloud service will validate your environment and perform a migration while your database and applications are online. While the database is migrated, all transactions are captured and replicated to the target using the highly performant and reliable Oracle GoldenGate replication solution.

Best of all, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Database Migration is free to use for the first 6 months. 

Start now and watch a demo video how to migrate into the Oracle Cloud from all source locations such as on-premise, third-party or Oracle cloud, with or without a direct connection.

Review these resources to help get you started migrating your databases to the Oracle cloud:

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