Oracle is expanding its cloud regions
Larry Ellison, the Co-founder and CTO of Oracle declared that the company will have significant cloud reach across the globe. The company is setting a goal to surpass Amazon Web Serves by 2020. Ellison was attending Oracle “Open World 2019” conference, where he informed that the giant of the cloud has 16 hyper-scale regions around the world.
While talking to the audience Ellison said, “All the Oracle regions run all the Oracle services. So in all 16 of those regions, you’ll find NetSuite. In all 16 of those regions, you’ll find fusion applications. In all 16 of those regions, you’ll find Oracle Analytics Cloud, in addition, to obviously the Autonomous Database and compute and storage.
He also announced that next year the company will have more cloud regions than AWS. It is absolutely amazing. Oracle is looking forward to attaching around 1,000 Autonomous Database customers by itself with high speed.
The new series of NetSuite been introduced
The company has hosted its cloud services in 12 regions in the past and now it handles 16 adding around the world. AWS had been the major competitor for oracle over the years. AWS has removed Oracle from its list of vendors of cloud services. Oracle will be self-reliant in the near future. The firm is looking into Oracle, in addition, new series improvements to open the new doors of opportunities to take the company to next level.
Evan Goldberg. EVP, Oracle NetSuite said, “Our goal is to help our customers focus on what matters and unlock new opportunities by giving them the solutions needed to be agile and adapt to changing business dynamics. The latest updates to NetSuite build on that goal and our commitment to delivering customers in all industries a roadmap for success.”
It was also informed that Oracle is collaborating with cloud content management and file sharing service Box. This will help customers to get linked to the cloud, Oracle and third-party applications with Box, which will integrate with Oracle