MongoDB on Oracle Autonomous

Earlier this year Oracle announced support for MongoDB API on the Oracle Autonomous database family. It has been recognized as a huge milestone by Forbes and multiple other analysts, technical and market experts. In my opinion it was logical and fully predicted one more step to the main idea of “Converged Database”. I didn’t coin that term – Oracle was using it for two or three years as of now. The main idea is to create a fully managed database platform supporting the most of APIs and interfaces and put the data together under the Oracle Autonomous Database umbrella. Here I will try to look inside and understand what it is, how it works, what is supported and what is not.

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