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The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Government Cloud is designed to support the cloud computing needs of US federal, state, and local public sector agencies and the US Department of Defense (DoD). Keep reading to find answers to frequently asked questions about Oracle's new government cloud regions.
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Superior, predictable performance
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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offers the lowest cost for Oracle databases and the high-performance applications that depend on them.
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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offers technologies that ease the migration of existing applications to the cloud without the need to re-architect them.
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Government Cloud is currently planned to have five regions. They include two regions for general government use, and three for US Department of Defense (DoD) customers and federal customers who have workloads subject to DISA SRG impact level guidance. The general Government regions are located in Ashburn, VA and Phoenix, AZ, and the DoD regions are in Ashburn, Phoenix, and Chicago, IL. The government regions may or may not be in the same physical facility as commercial regions, however they are separate and distinct cloud regions with no other shared resources.
Oracle's two new government-specific cloud regions for general government use are available for immediate quoting. The three new DoD regions are currently planned to be open and available for quoting later in the first half of 2019.
Each government region availability domain offers multiple fault domains, so services can be distributed across physical hardware to maintain availability. Oracle storage services are designed to be resilient and automatically distributed across fault domains. Block volumes and file storage have additional features for point-in-time data protection through storage snapshots that are stored in object storage. Databases can be backed up to object storage, and object storage and databases can be replicated across regions.
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure government regions are separate and distinct from commercial regions. Customers who wish to use both will have to establish two tenancies.
The following Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services will be available in the Oracle's US DoD regions at launch. Additional services will follow.
The following services are available in Oracle's general government cloud regions. Additional services will follow.
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.
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