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2. Simplify your cloud journey

Transitioning to a new IT environment can be a significant challenge, and for many, legacy systems and workloads can prevent a full public-cloud migration. But by combining the new with the old, you can make hybrid environments a reality.

With a hybrid strategy, you can embrace modern technologies using a private cloud, adopt public-cloud services to achieve greater efficiency, and simplify your IT infrastructure without disrupting mission-critical workloads. And you can develop, manage, and deploy those workloads on a single-tenant location-agnostic platform for improved flexibility.

The Oracle Cloud@Customer product family enables you to easily run business-critical applications and databases on-premises in your data center, while addressing critical security, compliance, and performance needs. It also delivers the highest degree of identicality—meaning you get the exact same hardware, configurations, and software versions as you would on Oracle Cloud. And to ensure cloud accountability falls to a single vendor, all cloud software and hardware operations are managed by Oracle.

On-premises customers can utilize cloud services spanning app development, database management, integration, analytics, and security. Workloads can also be connected easily from on-premises to the cloud using integration services that support all Oracle apps from any environment.

Governance and control are integrated as standard, and reliably backed by the same end-to-end SLAs, APIs, and tools available in Oracle Cloud. This helps you to deliver a consistent management experience for security, operations, and governance of on-premises and public workloads.

From a business standpoint, a cloud of your own in your data center lets you deploy services closer to data sources and apps, take greater control of the software and infrastructure lifecycle, update schedules and versioning, and consolidate workloads and availability policies.

Did you know?

  • Through 2022, a lack of cloud IaaS skills will delay half of enterprise IT organizations’ cloud migrations by two years or more2
  • By 2023, the leading cloud service providers will have a distributed ATM-like presence to serve a subset of their services for low-latency application requirements
  • 60% of organizations will use an external provider’s cloud-managed services by 2022—double that of 20184

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