Enhancing Oracle Autonomous Database & Autonomous Health Framework with GenAI

Technology > AI (Artificial Intelligence)6/6/2024 4:00 PM

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Join our webinar to explore how Oracle integrates generative AI into its Autonomous Health Framework and Autonomous Database. You will learn about the groundbreaking capabilities of Echelon and SelectAI, which will enhance your user interactions across Oracle platforms.

In this session you will learn:

Echelon in Autonomous Health Framework: Echelon revolutionizes your engagement with diagnostic data by turning complex data into actionable insights, streamlining diagnostics and customizing troubleshooting recommendations through Natural Language Processing and Large Language Models. Its adaptive learning improves response accuracy in various software environments.

SelectAI in Autonomous Database: SelectAI simplifies querying in ADB, enabling you to interact with the database using natural language, without the need for SQL knowledge. You will explore how to enable SelectAI, integrate it with LLMs like OpenAI and Cohere, and apply it to various data types including JSON.

Join us to see how Echelon and SelectAI can transform your data interaction and system health management.

Featured Speakers:

German Viscuso, Director, Developer Community

Arjun Upadhyay, Consulting Member Technical Staff


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Oracle is a U.S.-based information technology company that offers a wide range of business-oriented products and services that include Oracle Database, a relational database management system (RDBMS). 

The company was founded in 1977 in California and is among the largest software and hardware companies in the world.1 Since its inception nearly fifty years ago, Oracle has developed a vast number of information technology (IT) solutions and acquired an extensive portfolio of companies. It is particularly renowned for its cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) offerings in business intelligence and financial services, as well as for systems such as Solaris, Java and Oracle Linux. Oracle also manufactures and sells purpose-built servers and network solutions to run its platforms and databases. Its Oracle Database was the first SQL-based relational database management system (RDBMS) released commercially in the United States.2  

The company invests heavily in open source technologies, lending resources to the development and testing of open source products and frequently highlighting that key platforms such as the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) are “open by design.”3 Oracle products and services are used worldwide in government services, telecommunications companies and in healthcare setting where data security, redundancy and complex workload management are critical.