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Announcing Oracle Spatial Studio

Carol Palmer
Senior Principal Product Manager

Oracle Spatial Studio, a self-service application for creating interactive maps and performing spatial analysis on your data, is now available for download on Oracle Technical Resources (formerly Oracle Technology Network) and Oracle Service Delivery Cloud.

It has been designed for business users who do not have any GIS or Spatial knowledge. Now business users and non-GIS developers have a simple user interface to access the spatial features in Oracle Database and incorporate spatial analysis in applications and workflows. Users can easily get their data in Spatial Studio, prepare their data, visualize and perform spatial analysis on their data, and publish the results.

Spatial Studio is included as an application with all Autonomous Database subscriptions and offerings that include Oracle Spatial and Graph option. These include Autonomous Database, Autonomous Data Warehouse, Autonomous Transaction Processing, Oracle Database Cloud Service High Performance Edition, Oracle Database Cloud Service Extreme Performance Edition, Oracle Database Exadata Cloud, Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer, and Oracle Database Enterprise Edition with Spatial and Graph option.

For more information on how to get started and to view an Oracle Spatial Studio demo, go to Oracle Spatial Studio.

 

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  • Dan Vlamis Friday, July 5, 2019
    Congratulations, Spatial team! At Vlamis, we have been following the progress of Spatial Studio closely. We can't wait to begin using on some of our client projects where we would like an easy-to-use interface for manipulating spatial data. We plan to combine it with Oracle Analytics Cloud for a full-featured spatial analysis system combined with business analytics features. Congrats!
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