How Oracle is taking on AWS, Snowflake with Autonomous Data Warehouse updates

Oracle is set to cut storage pricing and add major updates to its cloud data warehouse service, Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, in an effort to take on competing services from rivals including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft, Google and Snowflake.

The updates to Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse, announced Wednesday, will be  available from the Oracle public cloud and on-premises via Oracle Cloud@Customer. They include a 75% reduction in storage pricing, adoption of new data file formats such as Apache Iceberg, a new low-code Data Studio, and the adoption of Databricks’ open source Delta Sharing protocol.

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