Oracle pitches autonomous capabilities for its entire cloud platform



Oracle is raising its bid to attract enterprises moving to the cloud  by extending AI-based automation throughout its PaaS (platform as a service) offerings, claiming that the new automated services will cut costs and reduce management headaches. The company is using AI techniques including machine learning to enable the various services in its Oracle Cloud Platform to do self-maintenance, such as optimizing workloads and installing patches. [ Cut through the hype with our practical guide to machine learning in business and find out whether your organization is truly ready for taking on artificial intelligence projects . | Get an inside look at 3 machine learning success stories . | Get the latest insights with our CIO Daily newsletter . ]
The basic pitch to CIOs is straightforward. "It's really reducing costs and increasing productivity -- that's what we’re aiming for, where CIOs can really take care of focusing their resources and investment on strategic initiatives and have the services run by Oracle be very self-running," said Amit Zavery, executive vice president of product development for the Oracle Cloud Platform. To read this article in full, please click here

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