The Oracle Database also offers a myriad of choices when working with JSON structured data! You can store the JSON via …
+ relational tables, and VARCHAR2, CLOB, or BLOB columns
+ relational tables, 12c or higher, storing them as VARCHAR2, CLOB, BLOB with an IS_JSON CHECK constraint – gives you access to a ton of built-in database JSON functions and features
+ using the database as a JSON Document Store and the accompanying SODA APIs to work with your JSON documents
+ 21c ups the ante and offers a native JSON data type for improved performance and features
These slides show the power of JSON unleashed with SQL will full ACID capabilities, or using our NoSQL interfaces to work with your data...but also with the scale-out performance and consistency of the Oracle Database.