Oracle Enterprise Data Architecture

January 15, 2019

Oracle is continuously building innovative storage technologies that provide high performance, greater automation and increased cost savings to ensure organizations achieve the maximum benefit from their Oracle Database. These technologies allow Oracle Database to provide industry-leading solutions while also providing tremendous flexibility for the deployment of applications, whether in the cloud or onpremises. This document discusses how the various technologies that enable Oracle to deliver a robust enterprise data architecture, benefit organizations in the areas of performance, storage management, data lifecycle automation, data transfer, compliance/versioning and more. Major performance related technologies discussed in this document, like Oracle Database In-Memory for high speed, real-time analytics, and Oracle Advanced Compression for sophisticated database compression, can significantly improve performance and reduce I/O and storage footprints.

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