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  • April 2, 2019

Demystifying Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Oracle has a longstanding reputation for providing technologies that empower enterprises to solve demanding business problems. Oracle has built a cloud infrastructure platform that delivers unmatched reliability, scalability, and performance for mission-critical databases, applications, and workloads. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is the first cloud built specifically for the enterprise.

With the latest high-end components, support for open standards and multi-cloud strategies, and an unwavering commitment to protecting sensitive business data, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is perfectly suited to meet the needs—and exceed the expectations—of today's enterprise IT teams.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure represents a fundamentally new public cloud architecture and serves as the foundational layer for Oracle Cloud. The infrastructure is designed to provide the performance predictability, core-to-edge security, and governance required for enterprise workloads. Oracle supports traditional, mission-critical, and performance-intensive workloads typically found in on-premises environments, including artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and high-performance computing (HPC), as well as cloud-native applications.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure combines the benefits of public cloud (on-demand, self-service, scalability, pay-for-use) with those benefits usually associated with on-premises environments (governance, predictability, control) into a single offering.

Here is a good example of how Alliance Data Saves $1 Million Annually Running Critical Applications on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Learn more about Oracle Cloud Infrastructure here.

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