As organisations of all sizes move more of their information systems to the cloud, Oracle has said it is expanding the number of Oracle Cloud services to strengthen its position as a comprehensive public cloud.
Oracle Cloud offers a broad range of modern, functionally rich and integrated services running in a secure, enterprise and standards-based cloud platform.
With new application, platform and infrastructure services, the firm in a statement on Monday said it was helping customers and partners to further capitalise on the power of cloud computing.
Oracle said it was introducing ten new Oracle Cloud services for its customers and partners.
The new services expand Oracle’s comprehensive portfolio of application, social, platform and infrastructure services and are all available on a subscription basis, the statement added.
Unlike other clouds that offer services in one or two layers, Oracle said its cloud would deliver a broad portfolio of integrated services across applications, social, platform and infrastructure.
“To realise the true benefits that cloud computing offers, organisations need access to flexible, reliable and secure cloud services that are designed to meet their specific business needs,” the Executive Vice-President, Product Development, Oracle, Mr. Thomas Kurian, said.
He added, “With the broadest selection of enterprise-grade cloud solutions in the world, Oracle is uniquely positioned to meet this demand.
“With an expanding portfolio of functionally rich, integrated and secure enterprise cloud services, Oracle continues to lead the cloud computing industry by delivering instant value to both business users and developers.”
Oracle Cloud partners, according to the statement, will be able to refer and resell the new Oracle Cloud platform and infrastructure services through the existing Oracle Partner Network Cloud programmes, which enable them to deliver a comprehensive portfolio of application, social, platform and infrastructure cloud-based services to their customers.
Oracle Cloud continues to show strong adoption, supporting nine million users and 19 billion transactions each day, running on 7,000 servers and 200 petabytes of storage in 13 data centres around the world, the statement added.Oracle adds new services to Cloud by ngcareers