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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure's government regions provide public sector entities with best-in-class security and industry leading price-performance. With a deep understanding of the needs of the public sector built on decades of experience, Oracle enables government entities to move their most challenging workloads to the cloud, achieving significant benefits and return on investment. After moving to the cloud, agencies can use Oracle development tools to enhance existing applications while creating and integrating new cloud native applications. With Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, public sector entities can bring their past and their future.
Public sector agencies are being challenged to spend less on information technology (IT) and more on economic development; achieve greater efficiency through IT automation; consolidate silos of IT systems; and recruit and retain their workforce, training them on the latest technologies. Most importantly, the public sector is continually being asked to improve services and increase engagement with citizens and businesses.
Federal, state, and local government IT leaders know that streamlining operations and overcoming these challenges will require a full or partial shift from on-premises IT to cloud computing. But budget constraints, security and regulatory compliance concerns, and the challenge of modernizing have made many cautious about leveraging cloud technologies. At the same time, aging and difficult-to-manage IT systems are making modernization an imperative.
Public sector agencies and contractors facing these challenges need an enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure partner with the expertise, security features, and next-generation technologies to transform, strengthen, and future-proof their operations. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure's government regions provide public sector entities with:
With new government cloud regions going live across the US, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is ready to accommodate a wide range of requirements and deliver superior performance for the world's largest customer—the US government.
Oracle's new government cloud includes two FedRAMP regions for federal, state, and local government use, and three regions dedicated specifically for the US Department of Defense (DoD) and federal customers who have workloads subject to DISA SRG impact level guidance. Why should you choose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure? Take a look at just some of the reasons.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Government Cloud regions are open to US public sector entities and to qualified commercial customers who work with government entities and meet specific criteria. DoD regions are available for DoD and federal customers who have workloads subject to DISA SRG impact level guidance.
With some of the most powerful infrastructure resources in cloud computing—and several certifications and attestations in place—Oracle is ready to help the US public sector carry out its digital transformation; integrate cloud with existing IT systems; and address many security and compliance requirements. Take a look at some of the key cloud resources Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has to offer.
From single-core virtual machines (VMs) all the way up to 64-core bare metal compute instances in large-scale clusters, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure compute instances offer massive scale for both traditional and cloud-native applications.
From blazing-fast local SSD to a durable and cost-effective archive, Oracle offers scalable and highly secure cloud storage options for all mission-critical data.
Oracle enables public sector entities to extend their IT infrastructure with highly customizable and secure VCNs and connectivity services that offer predicable and consistent performance, isolation, and high availability.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure enables the public sector to streamline and modernize services and back-office operations, improve employee effectiveness, and ultimately create new levels of engagement within the communities they serve.