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Oracle extends its autonomous cloud portfolio with new AI-based services

Oracle extends its autonomous cloud portfolio with new AI-based services

After launching the Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud in March, Oracle has now extended its autonomous capabilities with general availability of new PaaS services.

The company launched Oracle Autonomous Analytics Cloud, Oracle Autonomous Integration Cloud, and Oracle Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud.

The new autonomous cloud services will have built-in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning algorithms, which will help organizations to automate the significant tasks, easily build and deploy applications, and integrate and analyze the data.

“Embedding AI and machine learning in these cloud services will help organizations innovate in revolutionary new ways,” said Amit Zavery, executive vice president of development, Oracle Cloud Platform. “These new cloud services are the latest in a series of steps from Oracle to incorporate industry-first autonomous capabilities that will enable customers to significantly reduce operational costs, increase productivity, and decrease risk.”

The Autonomous Analytics Cloud is aimed at helping business to gain more data insights , predictive analytics on IoT (internet of things) data, and know about the hidden patterns and performance drivers.

This service will have integrated machine learning, adaptive intelligence, and service automation capabilities, so that businesses can better analyze, understand and act on information.

The Autonomous Integration Cloud will be powered by machine learning, embedded best-practice guidance, pre-built application integration and process automation capabilities.

It will enable organizations to accelerate integrations in multiple Oracle and non-Oracle SaaS and on-premises applications. The embedded best-practice guidance will guide users through visual recommendations to integrate the applications.

Oracle said that Autonomous Integration Cloud can automate the processes with systems that are not API enabled.

Whereas, the Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud will focus on speeding up the development and deployment of mobile and web apps. Oracle said that developers will be able to build the mobile and web apps without any coding.

It can automate the code generation and delivery of mobile applications. Furthermore, the Autonomous Visual Builder Cloud is based on the open-source technologies like Oracle JET and Swagger.

Also read: Oracle adds Industry 4.0 capabilities to its IoT Cloud

The new autonomous capabilities are part of Oracle’s commitment to provide self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing capabilities for all its PaaS services.

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