Tech giant, Oracle declared that the company is opening its second cloud data center to provide assistance to the company’s 15,000 plus clients. After this latest launch, India will have two Oracle Cloud Regions that will help in 15000 clients over 20 states to grow their businesses with the support from almost 1000 specialized Oracle partners. The latest cloud data center is placed at Hyderabad. The dual in-country cloud region strategy of Oracle further helps companies to further improve their business that might have stopped or slowed during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Some complete collections of privacy and security standards like ISO/IEC 27018:2014/IEC 27001:2013, ISO, and SOCs 1, 2, and 3; as well as isolated network virtualization, are provided to the clients by the Hyderabad Cloud Region.
Dual in-country cloud region
Through Oracle’s dual in-country cloud region strategy, companies could get help in deploying applications in independent cloud regions. It also assists organizations to become more agile, allowing them to estimate or adjust processes quickly as their businesses grow.
Executive vice president and head of Japan and the Asia Pacific at Oracle, Garrett Ilg stated that the protection of safety and privacy over Cloud Infrastructure is center and front of the architecture. The Pacific Ocean’s a big place, and the latency among data centers in India and Australia, or Singapore and Japan is enormous. We are additionally a performance layer, and we are continually modifying the data centers, increasing their capabilities, and integrating the latest services into them. Our dual cloud regional presence is all concerning serving to bring the cloud nearer to our clients.
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