methods to securely connect to Autonomous Database.
About Connecting to an Autonomous Database Instance After you create database users, applications and tools connect to Autonomous Databases using Oracle Net Services (also known as SQL*Net). Oracle Net Services enables a network session from a client application to an Oracle Database server.
Connect with Built-In Oracle Database Actions You can access Database Actions from Autonomous Database. Database Actions provides development tools, data tools, administration, and monitoring features for Autonomous Database. Using Database Actions you can run SQL statements, queries, and scripts in a worksheet.
Preparing for Oracle Call Interface Connections Using TLS with Oracle Call Interface connections with newer Oracle Instant Client/Oracle Database Client versions, a wallet is not required. For TLS connections with Oracle Call Interface running on older Oracle Instant Client/Oracle Database Client versions, a wallet is required for both mTLS authenticated connections and TLS authenticated connections.
Connect with Oracle Analytics Desktop Oracle Analytics Desktop makes it easy to visualize your data so you can focus on exploring interesting data patterns. Just connect to Autonomous Database, select the elements that you’re interested in, and let Oracle Analytics Desktop find the best way to visualize it. Choose from a variety of visualizations to look at data in a specific way.
Connect with Oracle Analytics Cloud Oracle Analytics Cloud is a scalable and secure public cloud service that provides a full set of capabilities to explore and perform collaborative analytics for you, your workgroup, and your enterprise.