Artificial Intelligence (AI) is having a clear impact on databases. Among the major players, Microsoft is applying AI to continuously monitor Azure SQL database workload patterns and apply automatic tuning when it recognizes opportunities to improve the database performance, for example. And Oracle has unveiled the Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud, which uses Machine Learning to enable a database to automatically upgrade, patch, and tune itself while running.
Whatever database environments are at play in your enterprise, there is an opportunity to leverage AI as part of a Database Management solution to proactively support security, capacity planning, workload optimization, and performance tuning.
“We realized the requirements for handling large database environments were changing fast, and conventional tools simply weren’t keeping up,” said Rick Oppedisano, president and CEO of Delta Bravo.