What's New in Dedicated Autonomous Database
Here’s a summary of noteworthy Oracle Autonomous Database Dedicated Deployment changes.
||You can now use
Notes on the Use of Database PL/SQL Packages for more details.
|Fractional OCPUs and GB Storage.||You can now create or clone Autonomous Databases with less than 1 OCPU count using fractional units from 0.1 to 0.9 OCPU and GB sizing between 32 GB and the maximum usable storage for your Exadata shape. For more information, see: Details page of your Autonomous Database. For more information, see:|
|Customer-managed keys in Oracle Key Vault (OKV) for Autonomous Database enabled with Autonomous Data Guard on Exadata Cloud@Customer||You can now integrate your on-premises Oracle Key
Vault (OKV) with Autonomous Data Guard enabled Autonomous Databases on Exadata Cloud@Customer and use
customer-managed keys stored in Oracle Key Vault to secure your
See Use Customer-Managed Keys in Oracle Key Vault for more details.
|Restrict Access Using a Network Access Control List||
You can now define additional security for your dedicated Autonomous Database deployments by setting up network Access Control Lists (ACLs) with specific IP addresses or CIDR blocks. This feature which was earlier supported only on dedicated Autonomous Database deployment on Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer is now extended to dedicated Autonomous Database deployments on Oracle Cloud.
An ACL allows you to formulate a fine-grained access control policy by limiting your Autonomous Database's network access to specific applications or clients. See Set Access Control List for Dedicated Autonomous Database.
|Oracle Operator Access Control for Autonomous Database on Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer deployments.||
Oracle Operator Access Control is a compliance audit system that enables you to maintain close management and audit trails of all actions that an Oracle operator performs on the infrastructure.
You can now use Oracle Operator Access Control in your Autonomous Database on Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer deployments.
For more information, see Auditing Oracle Operator Activities in Fleet Administrator's Guide to Oracle Autonomous Database on Dedicated Exadata Infrastructure.
|Customer-managed encryption keys for Autonomous Container Databases with cross availability domain Autonomous Data Guard deployments.||You can now use customer-managed encryption keys with Autonomous Data Guard-enabled Autonomous Container Databases with the primary and standby databases located in different availability domains within the same region.|
|Support for Oracle GoldenGate Capture and Replicat||
You can now replicate data to a dedicated Autonomous Database using Oracle GoldenGate and Oracle GoldenGate Cloud Service. You can capture changes from the Autonomous Database and replicate to any target database or platform that Oracle GoldenGate supports, including other Autonomous Database.
|Oracle Cloud Infrastructure navigation menu changes.||
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure console left navigation menu is upgraded.
Some of the improvements include:
|X8M systems available for dedicated Autonomous Database deployments on Public Cloud.||
When you create dedicated Autonomous Databasededicated Autonomous Database deployments on Oracle Public Cloud, you can now deploy to X8M Exadata Database Machine systems.
For details about the capacities and characteristics of the X8M systems supported by Autonomous Database, see Characteristics of Infrastructure Shapes.
|Support for software protected keys.||
You can now provision Autonomous Container Databases using master encryption key that is stored in a software file system in the Vault service.
For details about using customer -managed keys in Oracle Key Vault, see Use Customer-Managed Keys in Vault Service.
|Oracle Database Actions||SQL Developer Web is now called Database Actions.
Database Actions is a web-based interface that provides development
tools, data tools, administration, and monitoring features for Autonomous Database. Using Database
Actions, you can load data and run SQL statements, queries, and scripts
in a worksheet.
See Connect with Database Actions for more information.
|One-off patching for critical service requests||Oracle can now generate one-off patches for critical service requests filed with My Oracle Support. When you and Oracle agree that a service request is critical and requires a one-off patch for immediate resolution, the service team generates a one-off patch and makes it available. To learn how to manage one-off patches, see Service Maintenance of Dedicated Autonomous Database in Fleet Administrator's Guide to Oracle Autonomous Database on Dedicated Exadata Infrastructure.|
|Restrict Access using a network access control list for Autonomous Data Guard enabled dedicated databases.||You can now define separate access control lists (ACLs) for the primary and standby database in Autonomous Data Guard enabled dedicated databases on Oracle Exadata Cloud@Customer. By default, the standby database inherits the ACLs defined for the primary database. However, you can specify a different ACL for the standby database, if needed. For more details, see Set Access Control List for Dedicated Autonomous Database in Using Oracle Autonomous Database on Dedicated Exadata Infrastructure.|
What's New in Dedicated Autonomous Database
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