ERP giant aims to cut business costs and promote better infrastructure.
Oracle aims to remove the need to create new databases for separate projects with its own Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) solution, reports ZDNet.
The enterprise resource planning (ERP) giant hopes the solution will lead to IT cost savings and a more efficient infrastructure by offering companies an automated alternative to the manual process of creating a distinct database for each customer project they undertake.
Management VP Willie Hardie told ZDNet: "Most IT organisations actually recognise that implementing silos isn’t the most efficient way to deliver services anymore. Many are standardising the different moving parts of the sector. The next logical stage is to start implementing automation.
"The whole process can be made automatic with DBaaS, so administrators can focus on architecture."
Oracle’s DBaaS comes in various guises, from the option of using it for a single schema service with up to 50GB of storage to running a fully-configured version of it on a virtual machine.