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Oracle Cloud is available globally from 30 cloud regions, and Oracle is rapidly building more new regions. Our goal is to offer proximity and meet data sovereignty requirements, as well as provide true disaster protection with multiple geographically distributed cloud regions in every country. Oracle Cloud serves commercial businesses, the US and UK government, and the US Department of Defense with distinct regions that must meet specific compliance and tenancy requirements. Oracle also has unique hybrid cloud options, including the Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer, which offers all Oracle Cloud services on the customer’s premises. This range of options provides customers access to all cloud services—current and future—the same SLAs for availability, performance, and management, as well as consistent APIs for simplified management.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s (OCI) next-generation architecture provides a high-performing, resilient foundation for cloud services. OCI’s physical and virtual network design maximizes performance and security, and enables the fast provisioning and on-demand consumption of over 65 cloud services, including unique bare metal GPUs, clustered databases (RAC), and Oracle Exadata database-optimized shapes.
Within each cloud region, customers can distribute their applications across at least three Fault Domains, which enables protection against common hardware or power failures, while also supporting rolling maintenance. Some of our regions offer three Availability Domains (ADs) with three Fault Domains in each AD, which provides additional resiliency and redundancy options.
OCI offers more than 65 cloud services, with many more on their way. Our cloud services are open, and they embrace industry standards like Kubernetes, CloudEvents, and Terraform so that customers can enjoy portability, lower overhead, and lower costs. We built our cloud to deliver the performance and scalability customers need to run the most demanding enterprise workloads and modern cloud native applications. For example, we uniquely offer Oracle Autonomous Database for both existing and new applications, which is optimized for transaction processing, data warehousing, or JSON, with automatic tuning, scaling, and patching.
Oracle Cloud Regions deliver a more sustainable computing platform that is efficient and renewable. Our data centers enable higher utilization rates than on-premises systems. We leverage state-of-the-art intelligent energy management and cooling techniques, while providing elastic computing platforms that grow dynamically as needed, eliminating excess capacity builds for future demands.
Oracle has a goal of achieving 100% renewable energy use in all its OCI data centers by 2025. View OCI’s clean cloud goal progress (PDF). By having full visibility and control over the hardware at the end of its useful life in Oracle Cloud, Oracle is also able to repurpose equipment more effectively, harvest spare parts, and maximize the recycling of materials.
Oracle is also taking advantage of our own infrastructure innovation with our Oracle Cloud Applications. For the first time, customers can run applications they migrate, applications they build, and a broad range of horizontal and industry SaaS, all out of the same cloud. Oracle Cloud Regions can not only run customer workloads, but also offer Enterprise SaaS like Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, Oracle Human Capital Management and Oracle Supply Chain Planning, providing unmatched speed, security, and continuity.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Microsoft Azure have a strategic partnership that enables joint customers to run workloads across the two clouds. This partnership provides a low latency cross-cloud interconnect between OCI and Azure in six regions, federated identity for joint customers to deploy applications across both clouds, and a collaborative support model. Customers can run full stack applications in a multi-cloud configuration, while maintaining high performance connectivity without requiring re-architecture. They can also migrate existing applications or develop cloud native applications that use a mix of OCI and Azure services.
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