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There is a minor tweak to our UI - DEDICATED

Keith Laker
Senior Principal Product Manager

You may have spotted from all the recent online news headlines and social media activity that we launched a new service for transactional workloads - ATP Dedicated. It allows an organization to rethink how they deliver Database IT, enabling a customizable private database cloud in the public cloud. Obviously this does not affect you if you are using Autonomous Data Warehouse but it does have a subtle impact because our UI has had to change slightly. You will notice in the top left corner of the main console page we now have three types of services:

  • Autonomous Database
  • Autonomous Container Database
  • Autonomous Exadata Infrastructure

From a data warehouse perspective you are only interested in the first one in that list: Autonomous Database. In the main table that list all your instances you can see there is a new column headed “Dedicated Infrastructure”. For ADW, this will always show “No” as you can see below.


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If you create a new ADW you will notice that the pop-up form has now been replaced by a full width page to make it easier to focus on the fields you need to complete. The new auto-scaling feature is still below the CPU Core Count box (for more information about auto scaling with ADW see this blog post).

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…and that’s about it for this modest little tweak to our UI. So nothing major, just a subtle change visible when you click on the "Transaction Processing" box. Moving on...


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