The Oracle Database
The Oracle Database, developed by Oracle Corporation in 1979, is a collection of data treated as a single unit. This is helpful in creating large-scale storage and servers for data allowing each system to be rapidly checked, reviewed, and fixed if any issues are seen.
Database servers are critical in solving issues of information management and assist in managing a surplus of data in a cross-functional system. The server allows for multiple users to access the same data at the same time. As the first database designed for enterprise grid computing, Oracle Database can be found and used to analyze large pools of data by major companies today.