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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Virtual Cloud Network

A Virtual Cloud Network (VCN) is a customizable and private network in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Just like a traditional data center network, the VCN provides you with complete control over your network environment. This includes assigning your own private IP address space, creating subnets, route tables and configuring stateful firewalls. A single tenant can have multiple VCNs, thereby providing grouping and isolation of related resources. Oracle’s new 25Gb network infrastructure offers significantly more bandwidth and allows enterprises to cost effectively take full advantage of compute, storage, and database services.

Customizable Virtual Cloud Networks

Fully configurable IP addresses, subnets, routing, and firewalls support new or existing private networks.

End-to-End Security

Multiple security layers, encryption, and private connectivity to other networks and critical Oracle services.

Highest Performance

High bandwidth, micro-second latency network enables high performance and Big Data applications with networked storage.

Highest Availability

Active and passive logical and physical network redundancy, including default redundant IPSec VPN connectivity.