Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Oracle Cloud is Rich with Spatial

Spatial is the technology of future. Massive amount of data will be generated, cleansed and stored. Oracle's autonomous databases in Oracle's cloud are ready to take on the challenge with a bang with a solid database offering, which is time tested.

Machine learning and graph are just the elementary building blocks of this spatial offering from Oracle.

Oracle Database includes native spatial data support, rich location query and analysis, native geocoding and routing, and map visualization, to support location-enabled business intelligence applications and services.With a network data model, raster and gridded data analysis, 3D and point cloud operations, a location tracking server, and topology management, Oracle Database provides a comprehensive platform for GIS.

It’s easy for developers to add spatial capabilties to applications – with standards-based SQL and Java APIs, JSON and REST support, and integration with Database tools, Oracle Business Intelligence, and Applications. With dramatically fast spatial index and query performance, Exadata integration, and support for Database features such as partitioning, security, distributed transactions, and sharding,

Oracle Database powers the most demanding, large scale geospatial applications – from cloud-based location services to transportation, utilities, agriculture, asset managmeent, LiDAR analysis, energy and natural resouces, and planning.

With 12.2, Oracle continues to deliver the most advanced spatial and graph database platform for applications from geospatial and location services to Internet of Things, social media, and big data.

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