Oracle has rolled out new generation of Oracle Autonomous Cloud Services. Integrated with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies, the new services will help enterprises to accelerate development of chatbots, data integration, API management and mobile development.
The new Cloud Platform services include Oracle Mobile Cloud Enterprise, Oracle Data Integration Platform Cloud and Oracle API Platform Cloud.
“There is tremendous value for our customers in embedding AI and machine learning capabilities throughout our entire cloud portfolio,” said Amit Zavery, executive vice president of development, Oracle Cloud Platform. “Customers have embraced our vision for an autonomous enterprise. With Oracle’s autonomous platform services, organizations can capitalize on AI to reduce costs, speed innovation, and transform how they do business.”
First in the list of new services is Oracle Mobile Cloud Enterprise that allows enterprises to develop, deliver, analyze and manage mobile apps and chatbots. The chatbots powered by AI can observe interactions and automate the repetitive tasks.
Second, the Oracle Data Integration Cloud, is a data integration platform that provides access to all the data using AI and machine learning, so that companies can make better and faster decisions.
Third, the Oracle API Platform Cloud will allow companies to deploy API gateway across Oracle Cloud, on-premises, as well as third-party clouds. This platform detects the usage patterns and recommends the plan allocation limits and configuration to API managers.
Lastly, the Oracle Developer Cloud comes with all the cloud services of Oracle. The developer cloud includes a web interface and integrated set of development tools, so that developers can automate the software development and delivery cycles.
The new Oracle Autonomous Cloud Services are next step toward Oracle’s vision for an autonomous enterprise. The company had released the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud last year, with general availability in March this year.
Oracle then extended the portfolio with new PaaS offerings which included Oracle Autonomous Analytics Cloud, Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud, and Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud.
The company mentioned that it will release more autonomous capabilities focused on blockchain, security and management, and additional database workloads like OLTP and NoSQL, later this year.