Oracle Database 19c is the ultimate version and therefore the ‘long-term support’ of the Oracle Database 12c version of products (which includes Oracle Database 18c). “Long-term support” represents that Oracle Database 19c appears with 4 years of premium support and a minimum of 3 years of extended support.
Oracle Database 19c builds on innovations from previous releases like Multitenant, In-Memory, JSON support, Sharding, and many others, features that enable Oracle Database Cloud Autonomous Services.
This latest version of the world’s most popular database also introduces new functionality that provides customers with a multi-model business-class database for all their typical features, including:
• Operational database features, such as traditional transactions, real-time analytics, JSON document stores, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
• Use cases of the analytical database, such as; Traditional and real-time data warehouses and data warehouses, large data lakes, and graphical analytics.
Oracle Database 19c makes on key improvements in architecture, performance, and distributed data, successfully established in Oracle Database versions 12c and 18c.
Its unique multitenant architecture, in-memory dual-format column store, and native fragmentation features have enabled customers to develop their databases, both on-premises and in the cloud, to meet their business and cost control goals.
Oracle Database 19c now provides customers with a secure, reliable, and high-performance platform to easily and inexpensively modernize their transactional and analytical workloads, whether in the cloud, on-premises or in a hybrid cloud configuration. It offers the same familiar database software that runs on-premises and in the cloud, allowing customers to continue to use all of their existing IT skills and resources, and get the same support for their Oracle databases both in installations like Oracle Cloud.
Its significant database competences like Real Application Clusters and Active Data Guard and systems like Exadata and Database Appliance have helped establish Oracle as the market leader in databases by a wide margin. In fact, Oracle has been widely demonstrated to provide the performance, reliability, and security required for some of the world’s most demanding operational analytical workloads.
It presents new features in its Administration, its Architecture, its Performance, its High Availability, its Security, its integration with Data Warehousing and Big Data, and the Development of Applications.