Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Wednesday November 16th, 2022

Given the choice, virtually all businesses would prefer IT solutions that support innovation and minimize costs. Pursuit of this ideal is increasingly driving organizations to the cloud. According to 451 Research, there is now a strong public-cloud option for almost every kind of application and workload, and an entire generation of IT talent has grown up with the infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) model.

Whereas the overall trend is clear, enterprise applications and legacy infrastructure often remain in on-premise data centers, partly because IT leaders are skeptical about a public-cloud provider’s ability to meet enterprise requirements.

Their skepticism is warranted: most public clouds lack the capabilities necessary to host high-end, mission-critical applications. First-generation cloud vendors offer commodity, multitenant cloud infrastructure that can’t easily support high-end-computing demands—often failing to provide the consistency, low latency, and high performance required by enterprise applications.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, on the other hand, delivers an enterprise-grade public cloud. Oracle architected it specifically to run enterprise applications and databases. It also includes tools and utilities for constructing new cloud native and mobile apps, all on a unified platform and networking fabric. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure delivers the performance, versatility, and governance required by enterprise IT while offering a level of performance often exceeding what is commonly found in on-premise, high-performance computing environments.

Oracle also offers tools to migrate existing applications to the cloud without forcing you to rearchitect those applications—along with focused cloud support for Oracle applications such as Oracle E-Business Suite, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Siebel, and more.

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