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The Future of Database Automation
Oracle Tips by Burleson

Is there a logical next step for database automation? The use of Oracle is limited only by the imagination of the system designer. Several distinct patterns have emerged in Oracle systems over the past few years.

  • Data warehousing applications store tens of hundreds of gigabytes of data.

  • Internet and intranet publishing has taken off through the use of Oracle WebServer, CGI, Java, Oracle's J/SQL, and JDBC.

  • Financial and manufacturing systems using Oracle applications are growing both in number and in size.

Combinations of two or more of these patterns is not unusual for any given system.

Many large agencies and corporations throughout the world use Oracle for systems like the ones discussed in this text, including companies such as:

  • AT&T

  • British Petroleum

  • Canada Post

  • Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire (CERN)

  • Cisco Systems

  • Hong Kong Public Works Management System

  • Kredietbank Belgium

  • Wells Fargo Bank

  • United States government

With the end of the century and the millennium looming just around the corner, the push to convert legacy systems into more robust systems is continually forcing designers to come up with new and unusual applications for Oracle systems.

This is an excerpt from the book "High Performance Oracle Database Automation" by Jonathan Ingram and Donald K. Burleson, Series Editor.


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