Oracle is rapidly building more new regions in order to meet the current and future needs of our customers – providing global, secure, high performance environments to move, build, and run all your workloads, from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to Oracle Cloud Applications.
Oracle’s newest cloud region is opening in Johannesburg making it even easier for businesses to increase performance, protect data, and get access to Oracle’s full array of cloud services. The South Africa cloud region also marks an important step toward Oracle’s aggressive plan to have 44 cloud regions up and running by the end of 2022.
The opening of Oracle’s Cloud Region in South Africa also opens doors for companies looking to build high-performing, secure applications, meet data sovereignty requirements, and devise robust disaster recovery plans. Hear from Oracle experts for role-specific sessions on the expanded benefits now available to African businesses.
Data stays in its country of origin, supporting local data regulations and data sovereignty.
Companies benefit from improved application availability, an architecture designed to maximize performance, and data security.
South Africa gets enhanced access to Oracle’s next-generation cloud infrastructure, delivering a large, rapidly growing number of services, and growing, on a high-bandwidth, Oracle-operated backbone
Businesses will enjoy a simpler process for cloud migration for all their IT workloads.
Businesses can take advantage of low-latency performance and low, predictable costs, thanks to Oracle’s global footprint.
Businesses get private connectivity between our cloud regions and customer facilities with Oracle FastConnect for use cases like data transfer or end-user access to cloud applications.
Organizations get better disaster protection and additional security for their workloads.
Enable higher utilization rates while leveraging state-of-the-art intelligent energy management.
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