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  • February 24, 2021

Use and benefits from Oracle Autonomous JSON database

Sebastien DEMANCHE
Cloud Engineer A&C

JSON is extremely popular: what started as a serialization format for JavaScript objects and moved on to the de-facto messaging format for web applications has become the main data model for many new applications—including the database tier.

Oracle Autonomous JSON Database is a cloud document database service that makes it simple to develop JSON-centric applications.

JSON Autonomous Database workload type on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

SQL Developer Web provides a browser-based development environment and a data modeler interface for Autonomous JSON Database. You can use Oracle SQL Developer Web to work with SODA collections directly, using its built-in SODA commands.

As a converged database, Oracle allow you to use either SQL or JSON statements in SQL Developer

Simple JSON commands in the Worksheet area of SQL Developer Web

Oracle Autonomous JSON Database provide :

  • A simple development experience
  • The maximum level of availability thanks to Auto-provisioning, Auto-scaling, Auto-tuning, Auto-repairing, Automated backups and Auto-failover
  • A High Performance ACID transactions (Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, Durability)
  • A comprehensive data protection and security as it benefits from the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure  security capabilities
  • A low-per-use pricing

For all of you interested to explore more on this, take a closer look at the JSON in Autonomous Database Workshop

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