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Useful Features of Oracle Database
Oracle prioritizes security and gives controls over data usage and access. As a result, it employs techniques to limit data use and access.
Fremont, CA: The Oracle database is one of the most widely used databases today, and it was created by the Oracle Corporation. It offers the user the functions of a relational database management system. Oracle's Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) can handle a wide variety of data models. Oracle is available in several editions, including standard, enterprise, express, and personal. The user can choose the database that best meets their requirements. Oracle's products are all secure and scalable, allowing anyone to use them. In terms of performance, Oracle currently outperforms other database systems.
Most Important Features of Oracle Database
The Oracle database provides the following capabilities if one is looking for a comprehensive database management system:
Scalability and Performance- For its intended use, Oracle's Real Application Clustering and Portability features make it a scalable database. This database is designed to serve a large number of users. Furthermore, Oracle has given users the ability to control data consistency and concurrency.
Availability- When the organization focuses on real-time applications, more data availability is required. As a result, the computing environment is optimized for performance, and users can customize it to ensure data availability at all times.
Security- Oracle prioritizes security and gives controls over data usage and access. As a result, it employs techniques to limit data use and access. To prevent unauthorized database access, the database can perform authorization and change user actions. Only users who have been granted access to the database will have special access to the system.
Recovery and Data Backup- The design of the database system involves elements for data recovery in the event of a variety of problems. The affected components of the database can be retrieved while the unaffected sections continue to function normally. As a consequence, database systems can be recovered, and businesses can maintain high data availability at all times.