The notion of running an entire enterprise in the cloud offers tantalizing benefits in the form of dramatic increases in productivity and faster innovation—all leading to the potential for significant business transformation—but the fact is that, for some companies, that may not be realistic.
Particularly in areas like finance, healthcare, and government, regulatory issues prevent significant obstacles to placing some applications and data in the cloud. A new innovation from Oracle, however, makes it possible for these companies to realize many of the benefits of the public cloud without the exposure to the regulatory risks associated with it.
According to Oracle Senior Vice President of Cloud Platform Amit Zavery, Oracle’s Cloud at Customer service makes it possible for companies concerned with regulatory issues to essentially drop the Oracle public cloud into their own data centers, giving them all the benefits of cloud while still maintaining full control over their information and complying with all data privacy and data residency requirements.
For customers looking to migrate from Oracle solutions on premises to innovative software-as-a-service-based applications, Oracle Cloud at Customer easily facilitates connectivity between legacy applications and next-generation applications running in the cloud via Oracle Integration Cloud Service. It also utilizes a hybrid cloud structure that enables enterprises to run any workload on premises or in Oracle Cloud, and the workloads are completely portable between the two environments.
Click here to read the full interview with Oracle Senior Vice President of Oracle Cloud Platform Amit Zavery, where he discusses Oracle’s unique approach to pricing Cloud at Customer.