As organizations of all sizes move more of their information systems to the cloud, Oracle has expanded the number of Oracle Cloud services to strengthen its position as the industry’s most comprehensive public cloud. On the third day of this year’s Oracle Open World conference
in San Francisco, a total of 10 new Oracle Cloud
services were announced for customers and partners.
Oracle powers the top 10 SaaS providers, thousands of SaaS applications, and many of the world’s private clouds. All of these rely on a robust cloud platform that provides applications with rich functionality with high performance, elasticity, availability and security. Oracle Cloud offers a broad range of modern, functionally rich and integrated services running in a secure, enterprise and standards-based cloud platform.
Let's now take a closer look on the Oracle Cloud Platform, supporting a wider variety of workloads, focusing on the three major announcements:
- Oracle Database as a Service
- Java as a Service
- Infrastructure as a Service