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Oracle Gears up To Set up Its First Data Centre in India

Oracle Gears up To Set up Its First Data Centre in India

California based Cloud major Oracle is looking forward to the launch of its first data centre in India later this year. Probably to be set up in Mumbai, the data centre will focus on Paas (Platform-as-a-Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) workloads. Additionally, the company is testing for SaaS on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure along with other modalities before it is opened for the market. In terms of revenue for Oracle, India comes at the sixth position across the globe; so the company hopes to tap into this resource to increase its potential.

Oracle will also be setting up additional regions in many other countries to support its customers and fast-growing cloud business in the country.Shailender Kumar, the regional managing director of Oracle India, said that Indian customers are quite fast in embracing and upgrading to Autonomous Database, which is a self-driving software that uses Machine Learning to enable unprecedented availability, high performance and security at a much lower cost.

After China, the Indian cloud services market is growing by leaps and bounds in the Asia Pacific, and there have been claims showing the increased adoption of Google Cloud in India’s retail and media entertainment segments. In 2018, firms like Alibaba and Microsoft launched the first data centre and Azure Stack in India respectively. Amazon Web Services too has witnessed a huge growth and reported a profitable fiscal year. Companies around the globe are now attempting to align with the administration requirements which calls for keeping information generated about Indian customers within the country.

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