Oracle Continues MySQL HeatWave Innovation with Vector Store and New Generative AI Capabilities
"Today's enhancements to MySQL HeatWave are another significant step on our journey to address pressing customer data, analytics, and AI issues," said Edward Screven, chief corporate architect, Oracle. "We've previously added real-time analytics with the best price-performance in the industry, automated machine learning, lakehouse, and multicloud capabilities to HeatWave. Now vector store and generative AI bring the power of LLMs to customers, providing them with an intuitive way to interact with data in their enterprise and get the accurate answers that they need for their business."
For customers looking to perform analytics, transaction processing, machine learning, and generative AI across a variety of data types and sources, additional capabilities have been added to MySQL HeatWave—for both MySQL-compatible and non-MySQL workloads.
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"The MySQL HeatWave engineering team is clearly doubling down on AI and machine learning innovation," said Steve McDowell, principal analyst and founding partner, NAND Research. "Not only can customers now train ML models on data both in the database and in object storage with full automation, but with the new generative AI and vector store capabilities they'll be able to interact with HeatWave in natural language, and they'll receive accurate answers for their own business purposes only—based on their own enterprise data in addition to publicly available data. The flexibility to use whichever LLMs organizations prefer continues to demonstrate the open and collaborative approach of the MySQL HeatWave engineering team."
MySQL HeatWave is the only cloud service that provides transaction processing, real-time analytics, machine learning, data lake querying, and machine learning-powered automation within a single MySQL database service. A core part of Oracle's distributed cloud strategy, MySQL HeatWave is available natively on OCI and Amazon Web Services, as part of the Oracle Database Service for Azure, and in customers' data centers with OCI Dedicated Region.
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