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New Feature in Autonomous Database – Auto Scaling
Category: Cloud Author: Andre Luiz Dutra Ontalba (Board Member) Date: 5 years ago Comments: 0

New Feature in Autonomous Database - Auto Scaling

 
Yesterday a new feature was released in the Autonomous Database.
 
The Auto Scaling feature, you can select auto scaling during provisioning or later using the Scale Up/Down button on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure console.
 
When you select auto scaling Autonomous Data Warehouse can use up to three times more CPU and IO resources than specified by the number of OCPUs currently shown in the Scale Up/Down dialog. 
 
When auto scaling is enabled, if your workload requires additional CPU and IO resources the database automatically uses the resources without any manual intervention required.
 
To see the average number of OCPUs used during an hour you can use the “Number of OCPUs allocated” graph on the Overview page on the Autonomous Data Warehouse service console.
 
Enabling auto scaling does not change the concurrency and parallelism settings for the predefined services.
 
Hope this helps. See you !!!
 
André  Ontalba  – www.dbadutra.com
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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