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What is the New Oracle Buzzword ‘MySQL HeatWave’ all about?

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The buzz around MySQL HeatWave is inescapable. It is the only MySQL cloud service with a built-in, high performance, in-memory query accelerator. It eliminates the need for a separate analytics database, separate machine learning tools, and extract, transform, and load (ETL) duplication. It is the only fully managed database service that combines transactions, analytics, and machine learning services into one MySQL Database, without the complexity, latency, and cost of ETL duplication. MySQL HeatWave is available on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Microsoft Azure.

In our latest podcast series, know more about MySQL HeatWave from Shrikant Navelkar (Director, Clover Infotech) as he talks about the various benefits of the revolutionary technology for today’s data-driven enterprises.

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Clover Infotech has been chosen as the Oracle Spotlight Partner for MySQL HeatWave Lakehouse. As a Spotlight Partner, Clover Infotech is and will continue to jointly work with the Oracle MySQL team to expand the MySQL HeatWave business globally, venturing into new markets and serving new customers. This marks our strong dedication to elevating the MySQL business to new heights, with emphasis on the state-of-the-art MySQL HeatWave Lakehouse.

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