Oracle Database developers said they will begin producing software in February for a new, “unified” database.
Oracle, the world’s largest software provider, has said the new database will be ready by the end of April.
It is one of several database projects Oracle has undertaken since last year, including the rollout of Oracle Platform, its new platform for developers and customers to develop, deploy, manage and scale applications.
Oracle is the first to have a unified database, a system in which users can access data in multiple databases at once.
The new database, which will be called Oracle 9.0, will be built on Oracle’s Java programming language, which is the most widely used programming language in the world.
The project is expected to be completed in late 2019, according to Oracle.
Oracle 9.00 is the product of a team of 20 developers that have spent about a year creating a new database that will enable Oracle customers to access their data across the globe without having to move to Oracle’s own database.
The company will be able to ship the new system by the beginning of April, with Oracle 9’s final release date likely to be later.
Oracle’s Oracle Database is a popular database for developers, who have been using Oracle’s Platform as a way to develop applications for a wide variety of devices.
Oracle 9 is not the first database to be built using Oracle Platform.
The Oracle Database Platform is also used by Amazon Web Services, IBM, Microsoft, Google and others.
The databases are built using the Java programming platform, which was first introduced in 1998.
The Platform is currently used by Google, which has a database in the Google Cloud Platform, a collection of open-source software that contains applications for Google’s Web services.