Oracle Goes Live With Public Cloud Service

Oracle’s long-gestating Oracle Public Cloud service is now live, offering customers more than 100 cloud-based applications and a range of cloud-based platform and social networking services for developers and users.Oracle also unveiled a new set of premium customer support services for owners of the company’s engineered system servers and storage products.”This has been a combination of years of innovation and investment, combined with some key,strategic acquisitions to put this cloud together,” said Larry Ellison, CEO, Oracle.In addition to cloud-based applications, the Oracle Public Cloud offers a range of services including infrastructure services, Java development tools and services for programmers, database and file-sharing services, analytics and social networking services.”Larry” Ellison the co-founder and chief executive officer of Oracle Corporation called the new offerings “the most comprehensive cloud on the planet” and repeatedly emphasized that customers can move applications and data between the Oracle cloud system and the customer’s on-premise data center as needed. “It is very easy to make the migration to the cloud — gracefully,” he said.Ellison touted the system’s security. “One of the things about the Oracle database in the cloud is that it is secure. We keep your data separate and secure.” The service runs on fault-tolerant hardware for reliability. And Ellison noted that the system is built on industry standards such as
service-oriented architecture (SOA), HTML5 and Java.

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