Which option would you use to load data from Object Storage into an Oracle Autonomous Da-tabase?
About Data Loading: Autonomous Database provides the following loading options: You can load data using Oracle Database Actions. You can load data using Oracle Database tools and Oracle or other 3rd party data integration tools. On transaction processing systems you traditionally ingest data through routine transactions or with DML operations. In general you load data from files local to your client computer or from files stored in a cloud-based object store. To load data from files in the cloud, use either Oracle Database Actions or use the Autonomous Database PL/SQL package DBMS_CLOUD to load files from the cloud. For the fastest data loading experience Oracle rec-ommends uploading the source files to a cloud-based object store, such as Oracle Cloud Infrastruc-ture Object Storage, before loading the data into your database. Oracle provides support for loading files that are located locally in your data center, but when using this method of data loading you should factor in the transmission speeds across the Internet which may be significantly slower. For more information on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage, see Putting Data into Object Stor-age and Overview of Object Storage.
Note: If you are not using ADMIN user, ensure the user has the necessary privileges for the operations the user needs to perform. See Manage User Privileges on Autonomous Database - Connecting with a Client Tool for more information.
Which step in the AutoML pipeline involves reducing the size of the large data set into a small-er data set that adequately represents the original?