Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) supports the widest range of hybrid cloud strategies, from portable devices on the edge to cloud services to customer data centers. Oracle's hybrid cloud solutions provide customers the flexibility to choose infrastructure based on their workload, regulatory, and latency needs.
A hybrid cloud approach can help organizations modernize infrastructure and applications without rearchitecting, helping you provide a richer customer experience and deliver better business outcomes.
Hybrid architectures enable organizations to segment and partition the various elements of specific configurations between on-premises and cloud management based on your regulatory and data residency requirements.
Combine on-premises and cloud infrastructure into a single environment for operational efficiencies while building dynamic scaling and elasticity for better resource utilization.
Bring cloud capabilities to your data center to modernize databases and optimize your hybrid environment with Exadata Cloud@Customer. Get the best possible performance and highest availability at a lower cost, while meeting data sovereignty and regulatory requirements.
Connecting an on-premises network using OCI FastConnect by creating a dedicated, private connection between your data center or existing network and the OCI region provides a reliable networking experience in comparison to internet-based connections.
Efficiently manage hybrid operations by modernizing the infrastructure of Oracle E-Business Suite applications running the manufacturing operations by bringing them into Oracle Cloud and connecting with a new implementation of Oracle Fusion Financials.
Protect sensitive and regulated data in Oracle Databases and provide a safe deployment of a connection to a specific target Database with Oracle Data Safe service.
Moving your on-premises access management system to Oracle Identity Cloud Service enables integration of infrastructure and platform services for simpler and more efficient business processes.
A unified view into system availability and application performance across all tiers of cloud and on-premises resources can help improve the time to value, reduce TCO, and improve mean time to repair.
Extending on-premises VMware deployment to Oracle Cloud allows you to improve application mobility while protecting your existing investments in on-premises VM infrastructure. VMware HCX provides application mobility and workload migration from your on-premises SDDC to Oracle Cloud VMware Solution.
Consolidate applications and databases on a high performance, managed infrastructure without moving to the public cloud.
Make edge infrastructure an integral part of a hybrid cloud approach to achieve a consistent application and operations experience.
A suite of services for immediate interrogation of assets and services that allow for machine learning automation to create actionable insights.
“Oracle fits into [our] strategy and complements our existing journey. There will be applications staying in the on-premises world, and we need to invest in simplifying them. It fully supports our cloud strategy, supports consuming technology as a service, and comes with significant financial and sustainability benefits.”
Chief Technology, Data and Innovation Officer, Deutsche Bank
On one end, the legacy applications' compatibility with services and the regulatory requirements for compliance keep organizations from moving their IT infrastructure out of the data centers—even though every upgrade costs more. In contrast, newer modern applications demand flexible and scalable infrastructure solutions to be ready for growth and adjust to changing business needs.
Extending workloads to the cloud allows organizations to scale resources on demand while still meeting compliance requirements—without significant data center investments or compromising latency. OCI hybrid solutions, such as Exadata Cloud@Customer and Oracle Cloud VMware Solution (OCVS), can help you consolidate data centers with minimal architectural changes.
The growing rate of cyberattacks, cybercrime, natural disasters, and the recent shift toward remote work models demand resilient recovery solutions.
Adopting a hybrid model helps organizations replicate their on-premises workloads and back up data in the cloud. OCI's hybrid deployment is a topology that allows you to deploy applications across on-premises facilities and Oracle Cloud. The cloud portion of a hybrid deployment can expand the on-premises deployment or act as a failover environment for production continuity.
There is an ever-growing need to manage and support an array of deployment models and computing environments: on-premises, hybrid cloud, and multicloud. The scale and complexity of processing and analyzing data for typical IT operations tasks, including performance monitoring, problem troubleshooting, and capacity planning, can quickly become unmanageable.
Avoid incidents—or resolve them faster—by incorporating Oracle’s AI, machine learning, and analytics advancements for prescriptive insights and real-time answers in real time.
Seamlessly manage cloud, SaaS, and on-premises deployments with integrated onsite and in-cloud tools: Oracle Enterprise Manager provides deep monitoring and management of Oracle Databases deployed in the cloud or on-premises. Oracle Cloud Observability and Management Platform supports the cloud native AIOps and stack capabilities for development, AIOps, SRE, and other use cases.
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