Oracle Database 19c (release 19.4 and later) now includes the ability to dynamically scale compute for Pluggable Databases up and down in response to workload demands using CPU min/max ranges. Scale-up and scale-down of compute resources available to a Pluggable Database can be configured to happen automatically, instantly, and dynamically without intervention.
Organizations that leverage Oracle Enterprise Manager can now ensure that the configurations of their critical assets align with the CIS Benchmarks consensus-based practice standards for all their database releases including Oracle Database 18c and 19c.
In the area of security, we continue our innovations to improve the self-securing capabilities. Many customers have already been excited about self-patching capabilities, freeing up their DBAs to focus on more strategic projects. Tune in to our newest On-demand webcast around Autonomous Database and Data Safe.
Wouldn't it be great if you could keep your team up-to-date with the latest data they need to be effective? At Oracle, we agree, so we've made the APEX low code development suite available to Autonomous Database users, combining all the low effort, high availability and secure characteristics of Autonomous Database with the rapid development opportunities offered by APEX/ORDS/SDW.
To unlock the real value of data, businesses need to use it and “interact” with it in some way. Unlocking your data can create operational risk such as someone leaving the door open, abusing data access privileges, or not knowing where and what kind of data is being accessed. To help customers protect data and reduce this operational risk, Oracle recently introduced Oracle Data Safe, read here to learn more.
This flexibility in managing separation of software version, scheduling allows new adopters of Autonomous Database Services to mitigate any perceived risk in moving the most mission critical application databases to Oracle Cloud.