Oracle pushes cloud adoption in Saudi Arabia
Vendor hosts workshop in Riyadh for Oracle PartnerNetwork members
Business application vendor Oracle has said a seamless cloud transition was the key focus for Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) members who took part in a workshop held in Riyadh recently.
According the company, the workshop was organised at the Oracle Partner Hub in KSA and focused on educating participants about configuring database on the cloud and the steps necessary to create, migrate, backup, and restore Oracle Database Cloud Services with Oracle's public cloud offerings.
The vendor stated that dozens of its Partners gathered to learn about the company's latest database cloud services that will help them migrate database from on premise to the cloud for achieving new levels of efficiency, security and availability.
Thamer Alharbi, country managing director - Saudi Arabia, Oracle said: "Organisations in Saudi Arabia realise that cloud adoption offers them speed, value and better ROI. The workshop was hosted in line with our commitment to further drive this interest and support our customers on their journey to the cloud."
Alharbi added that: "At Oracle, we believe that cloud technology will play a vital role in driving Saudi Arabia's ‘Vision 2030' economic diversification plan and with our completely integrated cloud platform that spans all layers of the cloud, we are uniquely poised to help organisations in Saudi Arabia transition to the cloud."