09 Jun Database
What are Databases?
A database is a collection or structured information or data, usually stored electronically in a computer system. Typically, a database is controlled by a database management system (DBMS).
What is SQL?
SQL stands for Structured Query Language and is a programming language used by almost all relational databases to query, manipulate and define data, as well as provide access control.
- Data Warehouse
- In the cloud
- Absorption of significant increases in data volume (+ Users + Organization + Administration).
- Elimination of the limits of scalability (Constant revision in On-Premise services).
- Data security guarantee (+ Encryption – Repudiation).
- Database and infrastructure management and maintenance (Capacity, structure, others).
Self-managing databases use cloud-based technology and machine learning to automate many of the routine tasks required to manage databases, such as tuning, security, backups, upgrades and other routine management tasks.
The world’s first autonomous database is Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud.