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Oracle NoSQL Room for Improvement

OSS Automation and Orchestration Consultant at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees

The main areas that need improvement with NoSQL are in the area of big data and user-friendly presentation. It is not easy to manage big data when it comes to the user experience. All the transactions the customer has to organize need to be presented in a proper dashboard in a better way that is more user-friendly for the clients who work with it. NoSQL is a bit challenged in this area currently. The problem is mainly organization and dashboard correlation specifically with large data sets that have a lot of events with a lot of information.  

We have our own opportunities to get someone to work to improve this, but it is a budget-related choice at that point. But sometimes there are other restrictions because of how you frame the project from the beginning. For example, there may be a certain budget for professional services or consultation. The organization has to try to keep itself in a good position so that it will not exceed the budget. If Oracle were to enhance this as part of the product, it would be better for designers as well as users overall.  

I am wondering how these databases will be integrated into the context of the typical cloud architecture. All efforts now are based on the individual instance and there is no clear plan as to how the deployment phase will be onboarded with the Kubernetes cluster. Now there are a lot of features like self-healing and auto-scaling and other newer capabilities as technology has advanced. We need to see how Oracle will integrate these technologies in NoSQL.  

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