Virtual Artifacts utilizes Oracle Cloud to launch AI-powered social network platform

Virtual Artifacts' platform Hibe aims to offer an upgrade to current digital communication tools

16Aug

Canadian start-up company Virtual Artifacts has leveraged Oracle Cloud to launch its updated AI-powered social network platform.

Virtual Artifacts has updated its Hibe platform which aims to enable cross-app communication across various apps while safeguarding user privacy. Virtual Artifacts has invested in Oracle's Autonomous Database, Oracle Cloud Platform and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.


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Oracle Autonomous Database integrates machine learning and automation and aims to minimize complexities of database configuration, tuning and administration tasks. Additionally, the database will enhance innovation and help Virtual Artifacts gain a better understanding of customer behavior.

Stéphane Lamoureux, COO of Virtual Artifacts, said, "With 4.7 billion users on 6 million mobile apps, our ability to grow our database exponentially and globally was critical.

“We wanted a cloud provider that shares our values on privacy, is agile and can work closely with us to build specific solutions. Oracle was the only vendor that could meet all of our requirements. With Oracle Autonomous Database, we no longer need to worry about manual, time-intensive tasks, such as database patching, upgrading and tuning.”

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Written by Innovation Enterprise Digital Content Editor, Simorin Pinto

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