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Oracle Database 21c spotlights in-memory processing and ML, adds new low-code APEX cloud service

ZDNet

Among the messages that Oracle is putting out for its flagship database, adding new access paths for developers has become just as important as adding new data types. This month, Oracle is launching the next version of Oracle Database, version 21c. In a session hosted by Andrew Mendelsohn, executive vice president of database server technologies, the company is also announcing a new cloud-based APEX Service designed to carve a new access path for low-code developers who traditionally thought that writing apps for Oracle was complex and expensive. To induce new developers, Oracle is throwing in a free tier to this new cloud service. As Oracle now numbers its releases according to calendar year, 21c is the next release, which was announced as generally available last month.



Serving AI with data: A summary of Build 2017 data innovations

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This week at the annual Microsoft Build conference, we are discussing how, more than ever, organizations are relying on developers to create breakthrough experiences. With big data, cloud and AI converging, innovation & disruption is accelerating to a pace never seen before. Data is the key strategic asset at the heart of this convergence. When combined with the limitless computing power of the cloud and new capabilities like Machine Learning and AI, it enables developers to build the next generation of intelligent applications. As a developer, you are looking for faster, easier ways to embrace these converging technologies and transform your app experiences.