Everything You Need to Know About Migrating Oracle Instances to Oracle Autonomous Database
Oracle Autonomous Database (ADB) delivers many benefits to your on-premises Oracle environment but getting started can be a challenge for organizations.
Oracle Autonomous Database is User-Friendly & Fully Autonomous
Oracle ADB is capable of elastic scaling, is designed for fast query performance, and runs natively in Oracle’s Cloud. The primary use cases for this solution are data warehousing and transactions.
Oracle ADB handles tasks such as database provisioning, backups, patches, upgrades, workload tuning, failure detection and repair, data protection, and scaling. Everything happens automatically, so your database administrators and other database specialists can focus on other aspects of your business.
Making the Move to Oracle Autonomous Database
Planning and executing a cloud migration to ADB involves many steps. A comprehensive Oracle database migration plan positions your project for a successful deployment, as you’ve considered all important factors long before any data moves. If your organization is looking to migrate to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and move their instances to Oracle ADB, this paper will cover:
- Oracle Autonomous Database overview & benefits
- Important Oracle Cloud concepts to know for Oracle ADB
- Developing your on-premises Oracle to Oracle ADB migration
- How to migrate to Oracle ADB
- Estimating Oracle ADB migration pricing
- What do your database administrators (DBAs) are responsible for after a migration to Oracle ADB
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