Oracle expands cloud services
Vendor’s new offerings to help organisations gain competitive edge
Database solutions powerhouse Oracle has announced the availability of Oracle Database Backup Service and Oracle Storage Cloud Service.
The company said the new offerings are part of its commitment to provide the industry with the broadest and most advanced cloud portfolio, that empowers customers with choice and to deliver the flexibility to easily move critical applications and data from on-premises to the cloud and vice-versa.
The company said Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) members have long been part of the its success delivering database and storage solutions to customers and the new solutions will enhance their offerings in the cloud services space. The company also stated that the new services expand Oracle cloud's comprehensive portfolio of platform and infrastructure services, all available on a subscription basis.
"To remain competitive in today's highly connected business environment, organisations are increasingly adopting and building new cloud-based solutions. There is also a huge push to migrate existing on-premises workloads to the public cloud and support portability between on-premises and cloud environments," said Chris Pinkham, senior vice president, Product Development at Oracle. "To help customers achieve these goals, Oracle has further expanded its comprehensive set of enterprise-grade infrastructure cloud services. The new services are based on open standards, integrated to work together seamlessly and designed to support full portability between on-premises and cloud environments."