Oracle aims to remove cloud adoption barriers

Networks Asia staff
05 Apr 2016
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Oracle has launched a new family of services designed to help remove some of the biggest obstacles to cloud adoption.

While organizations are eager to move their enterprise workloads to the public cloud, many have been constrained by business, legislative and regulatory requirements that have prevented them from being able to adopt the technology.

To address this, Oracle aims to make it easier for organizations to adopt Oracle Public Cloud Services and run them wherever they want – in the Oracle Cloud or their own data center.

Oracle Cloud at Customer enables organizations to implement Oracle’s cloud services in their own data center. This is the first offering from a major public cloud vendor that delivers a stack that is 100% compatible with the Oracle Cloud but available on-premises.

Customers can adapt the public cloud services for a number of use cases, including disaster recovery, elastic bursting, dev/test, lift-and-shift workload migration, and a single API and scripting toolkit for DevOps.

By extending the Oracle Cloud into their data center, customers can have full control over their data and meet all data sovereignty and data residency requirements that mandate customer data remain within a company’s data center or contained within a geographic location.

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