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Why Your Organization Should Use Oracle DBMS
A major benefit of Oracle DBMS is its pay-as-you-go pricing model, which allows you to pay only for the data you use. As a result, your organization can avoid unexpected bills and simplify database management costs.
Fremont, CA: The Oracle Database Management System (DBMS) was initially developed in 1971 as a relational database management system. As part of the system, each Oracle database stores and retrieves related information while maintaining relationships between different data types. As a result, Oracle DBMS provides a secure and centralized location for data collected from various sources. As a result, your company's workloads and applications are easier to manage.
In Oracle's DBMS, data objects can be accessed through structured query language (SQL), which was built on top of a relational database framework. Network components in each database connect to other databases across networks. If you already have data in an Oracle database, you might want to move it to a data warehouse like Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse and use it for reporting and analytics with business intelligence (BI) tools. The benefits of doing this include gaining insights into your organization and improving decision-making.
The reasons you should use Oracle DBMS are extensive. Some of the greatest benefits of Oracle DBMS include its:
Pricing: A major benefit of Oracle DBMS is its pay-as-you-go pricing model, which allows you to pay only for the data you use. As a result, your organization can avoid unexpected bills and simplify database management costs. Furthermore, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) offers discounts, rewards, and portability of software licenses to users who use it over an extended period of time. The Oracle software comes in several editions, including Standard, Enterprise, and Express.
Database Performance: The high availability and performance of Oracle DBMS are also advantages. Oracle's performance optimization features help you retrieve data faster with faster operations and query execution times.
Hybrid Cloud Environment: Each Oracle database exists in a hybrid cloud environment that is secure and reliable. It reduces IT costs and offers a greater range of data deployment options than other platforms.
Data Security:The idea of moving your company's sensitive data to an Oracle database might worry you. However, the platform uses data security protocols like multi-factor authentication, encryption, and IP blocking. A number of internationally recognized security standards are also followed, such as the PCI DSS.
Data Governance: Additionally, Oracle assists clients in complying with regulations such as GDPR and HIPAA, allowing them to avoid penalties for non-compliance with data governance. Moreover, you will be able to manage data quality and data stewardship workflows for even greater peace of mind.