Oracle announces Oracle dedicated region Cloud@Customer
Brings Oracle’s public cloud services, including Oracle Autonomous Database and Cloud applications, to customer data centresv
Oracle has announced Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer to offer enterprises cloud services from Oracle’s public cloud regions in their own data centres. Oracle's second-generation cloud services, including Autonomous Database and Oracle Cloud applications, will be available in customer data centres, starting at $500K a month. According to the vendor this cost will be a small fraction of what customers would have to pay for a one-off region from other cloud providers.
With today’s announcement, Oracle is making all of its cloud services — more than 50 services — available on-premises so enterprises can use Oracle’s cloud services wherever they need them – in the cloud or on-premises via Cloud@Customer.
“Enterprise customers have told us that they want the full experience of a public cloud on-premises, including access to all of Oracle’s cloud services, to run their most important workloads,” said Clay Magouyrk, executive vice president of engineering, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
“With Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer, enterprises get all of our second-generation cloud services, including Autonomous Database, in their data centres. Our major competitors can’t offer customers a comparable dedicated cloud region running on-premises.”
Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer includes full management capabilities and access to new features and functions the moment they become available in Oracle’s public cloud. It provides strong isolation of customer data, including all API operations, which remain local to customer data centres and provide the highest levels of security.
Additionally, Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer is certified to seamlessly run Oracle Cloud applications, including Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications (Cloud ERP, Cloud HCM, Cloud SCM, and Cloud CX, making it a completely integrated cloud experience on-premises. Customers only pay for services they consume using the same predictable low pricing offered in Oracle’s public cloud regions.