World’s most comprehensive enterprise cloud portfolio from Oracle

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BENGALURU: Technology company Oracle has claimed to develop world’s most comprehensive enterprise cloud portfolio, which enables developers, IT professionals, and business users to drive innovation and accelerate digital transformation


The newly available Oracle Cloud services include, Oracle Database Cloud - Exadata, Oracle Archive Storage Cloud, Oracle Big Data Cloud, Oracle Integration Cloud, Oracle Mobile Cloud, and Oracle Process Cloud and helps customers build new applications, extend existing ones, and easily move existing on-premises workloads to the cloud with no application changes, a company statement said.

The services are designed to maximize end-user experience and productivity; enable developers to manage and analyze data, rapidly develop, test and deploy applications; enable architects to quickly integrate across on-premises and cloud applications; and enable business users to drive rich business insights and enterprise collaboration.

With the Oracle Cloud Platform, customers and partners are able to take advantage of the Oracle middleware and database software that global organizations already use to run their own businesses, all delivered via cloud.


"Oracle is growing really fast. We sold $426M worth of business in SaaS and PaaS last quarter, a 200 percent increase over the same quarter last year. That's an industry record, no company has ever sold that much in just one quarter,” said Oracle Executive Chairman of the Board and CTO Larry Ellison.

"Oracle is the only company on the planet that can deliver a complete, integrated, standards-based suite of services at every layer of the cloud. Those technology advantages enable us to be much more cost-effective than our competitors. Our new Archive Storage service goes head-to-head with Amazon Glacier and it’s one-tenth their price.”

Oracle Cloud Platform has more than 1,800 customers with 1,419 added in the last quarter. Australian Finance Group, Avaya, and Calix are a few of the many organizations using currently available Oracle Cloud Platform services, including the Database Cloud, Java Cloud, Documents Cloud, Business Intelligence Cloud, and the Database Backup Service.


“We are upbeat about the growth for Oracle Cloud Services. The new Oracle Cloud Platform will strengthen our cloud portfolio for PaaS and IaaS, over and above the success for our SaaS business. This will help us become the preferred provider of cloud solutions for Indian enterprises. To increase the footprint, we will the leverage Oracle’s large install base of Database and middleware customers who want to take advantage of the flexibility, agility, and financial opportunities the cloud (private or public) presents.

Private cloud deployments offer a great opportunity to expand our customer base in India. We will work closely with partners and system integrators to expand the market. We are excited about this opportunity,” said Mitesh Agarwal, Vice President – Sales Consulting and CTO, Oracle India.

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