DBInsight: MySQL Heatwave engages Autopilot

Last fall, Oracle introduced a new HeatWave compute engine that took cloud MySQL into new territory with analytics. For its next act, Oracle is applying machine learning to optimize the running of the database with a new Autopilot feature that will in some cases assists users and applies closed-loop automation to handle others. And with the second rev of MySQL HeatWave service, available only in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Oracle is also more than doubling the upper capacity limits and improving linear scalability for query processing by 20%.

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