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Oracle to open two new cloud centers in India; first to be in Mumbai

Oracle to open two new cloud centers in India; first to be in Mumbai

As a part of its rapid expansion program, Oracle opens two new could centers in India. The first of the two Gen 2 Cloud datacenters is to be in Mumbai while the second is planned in Hyderabad. The infrastructure of the Cloud offers much scope and ease to Oracle customers in the form of Autonomous Database, AI-based Applications, ML-integrated security, automated analytics and much more. This will help in enhancing the performance of businesses, propagating innovation, data protection, etc.

“Oracle Cloud is fast becoming a growth platform for both public and private sector enterprises worldwide. We’re looking to open one region every 23 days, on an average, over the next 15 months. These two new cloud regions signify Oracle’s commitment to India, as the country looks to nearly double the size of its economy by 2025.Our Gen 2 Cloud is the only modern, secure, enterprise-grade cloud that provides customers a strong foundation to unlock innovation faster and drive new business growth,” were some of the comments received from Oracle representatives.

Oracle India is one of the largest MNC’s operating within the country and is the only one operating outside of USA to be conducting all of the enterprise’s functioning for global clients.

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