Data Virtuality partners with Oracle for the launch of the game changer Oracle ADWC


Today's Topics:

  1. About Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud
  2. Data Virtuality solutions for Oracle ADWC
  3. How to move data into Oracle ADWC using DataVirtuality Pipes
  4. How to use Oracle ADWC in a logical data warehouse set-up (DataVirtuality Logical Data Warehouse)
  5. Cloud based Analytics - the solution of the future


On March 27th, 2018, Larry Ellison announced the general availability of Oracle’s fully autonomous database service, Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud (ADWC).

Data Virtuality has been partnering closely with Oracle to ensure that you can start using this revolutionary new cloud service right away. With the Data Virtuality platform, data from over 150 databases, APIs and flat files can be moved into Oracle ADWC with only a few clicks or SQL commands. But before we dive into the details, let’s first explore what makes the new Oracle cloud service so revolutionary.

About Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Cloud

ADWC is a state-of-the-art cloud data warehouse service built on Oracle’s Exadata Technology, which is designed to process multi-billion-row data sets. This service leverages machine learning algorithms to reduce complexity as well as human errors and thereby increases reliability, security and efficiency.

Below are five key features of ADWC that enable the benefits stated above:

  1. Easy set up with only a few clicks
  2. Resources can be scaled up and also down without any downtime
  3. Storage and compute resources can be scaled independently from each other
  4. Oracle SQL which is compatible with all business analytics tools that support Oracle Database
  5. Built-in Web-based Data Analysis: web-based notebook tool for designing and sharing SQL-based, data-driven, interactive documents


Additionally, we can identify three main differentiators compared to current market solutions:

  • The fully managed and elastic cloud data warehouse with automated tuning and patching substantially reduces administrative efforts
  • Higher query performance i.e. 5.75x to 15.5x higher than market standards
  • Oracle guarantees >50% lower cost

Data Virtuality solutions for Oracle ADWC

The first step to unleash the power of Oracle ADWC is to load data into the cloud service. And, at Data Virtuality, we support ADWC with our Pipes and Logical Data Warehouse solutions, in two data infrastructure scenarios:

1. Data Virtuality Pipes for data movement with ADWC as the target storage in a near real-time data warehouse architecture




2. Data Virtuality Logical Data Warehouse as the semantic data layer for data modeling with SQL, where ADWC is the repository in a real-time logical data warehouse architecture



But more importantly, what do these solutions look like in action? Let’s take a closer look.

How to move data into Oracle ADWC using Data Virtuality Pipes

With Data Virtuality Pipes, you can quickly and reliably move data from >50 databases and APIs into ADWC. The great benefit of using this solution with your Oracle ADWC is the simplicity that is enabled by the following capabilities of Data Virtuality Pipes:

  1. Intuitively visual cloud-based integration
  2. Support for integration of various data sources (cloud-based SaaS as well as databases)
  3. Convenience of moving terabytes of data into ADWC
  4. Benefit from the performance and sophistication of Oracle database for your data analysis


A wizard walks you through each step, so your setup is pretty simple and it only takes a few minutes.




In the following video, we show you how Data Virtuality Pipes works using a real-life example: movement of data from Amazon Redshift to Oracle ADWC. Watch the video to see the simplicity and speed of set-up in action.


As you just saw in the video, you are only four easy steps away from unleashing the full power of your data in Oracle ADWC:

Step 1: Set up Oracle ADWC as the target storage for your data.



Step 2: Add your data source by selecting Amazon Redshift and fill in the credentials.



Step 3: Go back to the Dashboard and repeat the last step to create a Pipe to integrate the data. Choose the data that you’d like to move from Amazon Redshift.



...and check the preview. Do you see all the data that you were expecting?



Step 4: Now that you’re done moving your data from Redshift to Oracle ADWC with Data Virtuality Pipes, you can review the moved data in Oracle SQL Developer.



Want to try Data Virtuality for yourself? Start your 14-day free trial through AWS here or email us at with “Oracle ADWC Promotion” to receive an extended 45-day free trial. This offer is valid through 05/30/2018.

How to use Oracle ADWC in a logical data warehouse set-up (Data Virtuality Logical Data Warehouse)

In Data Virtuality Logical Data Warehouse you can integrate >200 databases, APIs and flat files into Oracle ADWC.

Data Virtuality Logical Data Warehouse is a next generation solution that enables agile data infrastructure with high performance. By combining data virtualization and next generation ETL (Extract-Transform-Load), this solution creates an entirely new way of integrating your data into your system. Furthermore, this combination will help you to substantially reduce your data integration efforts by 80%. And all this with SQL only.

What does this mean for the use with Oracle ADWC? Oracle ADWC and Data Virtuality Logical Data Warehouse combine high-performance data warehousing, which is enabled by the flexibility of the semantic data layer.

Watch this short demo video to get a first glimpse at Data Virtuality Logical Data Warehouse:

In Data Virtuality Logical Data Warehouse, you can easily query all your data sources with SQL and save data in Oracle ADWC.



Request your free demo call to learn more about Data Virtuality Logical Data Warehouse.

Cloud based Analytics - the solution for the future

Oracle’s move into the cloud with the launching of ADWC is a great step which signals that cloud-based analytics will determine the future of big data. This is a game changer for the whole market.

At Data Virtuality, we are happy that we have partnered with Oracle to pave the way. And we are especially pleased that we can support companies to quickly and easily move in this direction with our data integration platform.

It’s going to be a fun ride so stay tuned for more!