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Making the Move to Oracle Autonomous Database

Datavail Presentation

Oracle Autonomous Database (ADB) is user-friendly, fully autonomous, and delivers many benefits to your on-premises Oracle environment, but getting started can be a challenge for organizations.

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.

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. This presentation will cover how to get started with database migrations to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and moving your instances to Oracle ADB.

About the Presenter

Brandon Webb is a Senior Cloud Architect for Datavail’s Cloud Database practice with eight years’ experience in IT. Brandon takes initiative in cloud migrations and cloud best practices and focuses on coding infrastructure and automating processes. He is multi-cloud rounded and desires to implement the best solution for the project at hand.

Prior to his current role, Brandon managed a U.S.-based team of Oracle database administrators in supporting a multi-client architecture defined by KPIs and SLAs for Datavail. He is an AWS Certified Developer, an Oracle Database Certified Professional, and the President of Utah Oracle Users Group.


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