What Is an Oracle Database?
Oracle makes software, called database management systems (DBMS), to create and manage databases. An RDBMS is a relational database management system.
An Oracle Database (aka Oracle RDBMS) is a collection of data organized by type with relationships being maintained between the different types. The primary purpose of a database is to store and retrieve related information.
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What are the Top Three KPIs for Database Administrators?
Database administrators collaborate cross-functionally to ensure that infrastructure and applications are optimized so that they deliver the maximum benefits to both the business and the customers it serves.
What are the Top Three KPIs for Line-Of-Business Subject Matter Experts?
- Business agility
- Risk mitigation
- ROI and TCO
Applications and databases are key assets to every line of business. Typical applications and responsibilities include ERP, CRM, IoT, analytics, industry-specific (e.g., vertical), and DevOps. Today, traditional relational databases are complemented by NoSQL options for nontransactional use cases.
In today’s increasingly competitive business climate, line-of-business leadership must accelerate the pace of innovation while enabling DevOps teams to consume infrastructure resources as needed, with the investment and operational objective of reducing the cost of a business transaction.
NetApp and Oracle Database
NetApp® products deliver predictable performance, availability, and scalability for Oracle and other databases. When full-stack optimization principles are applied, the benefits of engaging with NetApp are fully realized.
Applications and data support the processes that drive the business. From development through deployment, NetApp technologies help companies accelerate innovation by optimizing both regression and functional testing. The same principles also apply to third-party and packaged applications. Predictable applications, infrastructure, and personnel deliver predictable results for the business.