Oracle EU Sovereign Cloud enables commercial and public sector organizations to place sensitive data and applications in the cloud in alignment with EU data privacy and sovereignty requirements. (coming soon)
“Gaining access to cloud services with data centers that are located in the EU and operated, updated, and supported by EU residents—while maintaining isolation from non-EU cloud regions—is an important part of our cloud adoption. This will open up possibilities for the Finnish government to adopt IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS solutions.”
Oracle EU Sovereign Cloud offers customers access to the same services as Oracle’s commercial public cloud. The same applications and workloads can run in Oracle EU Sovereign Cloud; new skills or operational processes are not needed.
Customers always get the same consistency and value in pricing and SLAs and the same enterprise-grade support as Oracle’s commercial cloud regions.
The two EU Sovereign Cloud regions in Spain and Germany are separate from Oracle’s commercial and government cloud regions. This separated EU cloud architecture simplifies and strengthens digital sovereignty and controls.
Customer deployments are faster and lower risk with data residency and EU containment by default, not configured through complex policy tools.
Oracle EU Sovereign Cloud helps both private and public organizations operate across the EU with more control over their sensitive data and applications and with greater alignment to EU digital privacy and sovereignty requirements.
Oracle EU Sovereign Cloud is located and operated entirely within the European Union and aligned with EU standards of practice.
Expanding cloud options for customers with more public cloud, multicloud, hybrid cloud, and dedicated cloud capabilities.
Access to OCI is based on the concept of least privilege, which means restricting role entitlements to the minimum required to perform functions and implementing strict identity authorization policies. In fact, operations staff are required to use multifactor authentication, a VPN connection, and an SSH connection with a user account and password/private key to access the infrastructure and services supporting OCI.
It doesn’t end with authorization and authentication—monitoring access is just as critical. OCI provides you with services and solutions that allow you to continuously monitor authentication logs for servers and network devices supporting OCI services.Read the complete post
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