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July 16, 2019

15:00 UTC   Start Times Around the World

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Spatial: What’s New in Oracle Database 19c?
In this session, we shared the latest spatial features in 19c and recent releases. These include a WebGL-based map visualization tool, spatial support for JSON and REST services, raster and point cloud enhancements, indexing and performance improvements. We also cover new support for Autonomous Database, and a no code spatial analysis and vis tool.

00:00 – Welcome/housekeeping
03:20 – Brief intro to Oracle’s spatial technologies and what they’re used for
07:48 – Overview of major new spatial features in 19c
09:25 – GeoJSON
11:12 – Spatial operators without spatial indexes
14:54 – New index type optimized for point data
17:10 – Distributed transactions
18:17 – Sharding
20:06 – Location tracking server
24:34 – Map visualization (dynamic tile layer, offline map cache, vector tiles)
29:27 – GeoRaster new features (integrated GDAL ETL tool, on the fly image processing, and other raster analytics)
36:08 – Web services
38:56 – 3D data – city models, point clouds
42:21 – Spatial features in Autonomous Database (Autonomous Transaction Processing and Autonomous Data Warehouse)
46:53 – Introducing Spatial Studio, a new tool for self service, no code spatial analytics and visualization
48:27 – Resources on Oracle’s spatial technologies

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This is part of a series on Oracle Spatial and Graph technologies.

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    Siva Ravada

    Siva Ravada

    Spatial and Graph Development Oracle Maps Cloud Service Spatial Studio
    Jean Ihm

    Jean Ihm   

    Jean Ihm is a product manager for Oracle's spatial and graph technologies for database, big data, and cloud platforms. She interacts with customers and partners worldwide, works on product release activities, engages with presales, and helps organize user events. She serves as Oracle liaison to the Spatial and Graph SIG user group, and is a member of the BIWA conference committee. She received a bachelor's degree from MIT, and a law degree from the University of California, Berkeley. She is based at Oracle HQ in Redwood Shores, California.