Cloud technology has changed everything—it has been one of the biggest transitions in the IT industry over the past three to four decades. Today’s customers require greater agility and faster innovation, and need the flexibility to run their workloads both in the public cloud and on premises with a predictable and transparent IT cost structure.
As a result, they’re looking for application-delivery engines to speed up new application deployments and provide the services their business demands to be competitive. These applications must be developed quickly by small teams, consume cloud services as building blocks, release daily, deploy quickly, and scale across multiple data centers.
Oracle Cloud at Customer is a direct response to the remaining barriers to public-cloud adoption. The concept is simple: Customers will be able to access all of the platform as a service (PaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and software as a service (SaaS) capabilities of Oracle Cloud, in their own data centers, with the same user experience, technical architecture, and economics of Oracle Cloud.
Oracle Cloud Machine, Oracle Exadata Cloud Machine, and Oracle Big Data Cloud Machine are the first solutions provided as a part of the Oracle Cloud at Customer service. Customers can utilize Oracle Cloud services with Cloud at Customer in the areas of Infrastructure, Data Management, Big Data and Analytics, Application Development, Enterprise Integration, and Security. In addition, Oracle provides a complete Software-as-a-Service portfolio, including Enterprise Resource Planning, Human Capital Management, Customer Management, and Supply Chain Management, for customers to use with Oracle Cloud at Customer.
This is the evolution of enterprise cloud technology.
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