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Loading Data Into Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud with Oracle data integration

Oracle offers the world’s first autonomous database. Oracle also offers tools that helps customers get data into the autonomous database. 

In this blog, we will go through what is an Autonomous Database and the capabilities that Oracle data integration provides that helps adopt the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud Service (ADWCS).

What is an Autonomous database?

An autonomous database is a cloud database that uses machine learning to eliminate the human labor associated with database tuning, security, backups, updates, and other routine management tasks traditionally performed by database administrators (DBAs).

Autonomous database technology requires that enterprise databases be stored in the cloud, using a cloud service. Being autonomous in the cloud allows the organization to leverage cloud resources to more effectively deploy databases, manage database workloads, and secure the database. A database cloud service makes database capabilities available online, when and where those capabilities are needed.

Watch Senior Vice President Juan Loaiza introduce the Oracle Autonomous Database for a deeper insight into the technology.

What is Oracle data integration?

Oracle’s data integration encompasses a portfolio of cloud-based and on-premises solutions and services that helps with moving, enriching, and governing, data. Oracle data integration has the following capabilities that make it the logical choice when looking to migrate and move data to Oracle Cloud. Oracle data integration

  • Has integrated APIs that allow easy access to Oracle’s underlying tables without affecting source system performance for real-time data access through change data capture,
  • Can automate repeated data delivery into Oracle Datawarehouse Cloud Service by easily surfacing ADWCS as a target system,
  • Brings together real-time data replication, data streaming, bulk data movement, and data governance into a cohesive set of products that are seamlessly integrated for performance.

Watch this video to get a quick glimpse of our latest product and how it functions with Oracle Data Warehouse Cloud and Oracle Analytics cloud.

Moving Data Into Oracle Data Warehouse Cloud Service

Oracle data integration solutions bring together some key technological and user benefits for customers.

  • Managed by Oracle – Engineered and built by teams that have a shared vision, the different solutions and technologies incorporate the best of scientific advances, as well as, seamless integration between the solutions.
  • Unified Data Integration – Provides a single-pane-of-glass to control the various components of data integration like bulk data movement, real-time data, data quality, and data governance.
  • Simplify Complex Integration Tasks – Groups together functions that build up to a business or technology pattern, so that often repeated scenarios can be executed with efficiency.
  • Flexible Universal Credit Pricing – Oracle’s pricing tracks usage, and can be applied across technologies, allowing customers access to all participating Oracle cloud services, freeing customers from procurement woes and providing customers with a truly agile and nimble set of solutions.

Here are some scenarios that Oracle data integration helps to solve.

  • Extraction & Transformation - Execute bulk data movement, transformation, and load, scenarios,
  • Data Replication – Change data capture helps replicate data into Oracle Autonomous DataWarehouse and Kafka, for data migration and high availability architectures,
  • Data Lake Builder - Create a comprehensive, fully governed, repeatable data pipeline to your big data lakes,
  • Data Preparation - Ingest and harvest metadata for better data transparency and audits, and
  • Synchronize Data - Seamlessly synchronize two databases together.

Fig1: A sample architecture of moving data from source to analytics

For a deeper understanding of moving data into Oracle Autonomous Data Warehousing Cloud, watch the below webcast.

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