Oracle Cloud Service Provider Chosen by Australian Data Centers to Promote Secure Federal Government Workloads for the Australian Federal Government

  

Oracle Cloud Service Provider Chosen by Australian Data Centers to Promote Secure Federal Government Workloads for the Australian Federal Government

 

Cloud service provider Oracle has been chosen by data center providers Australian Data Centers (ADC) to help the Australian government's insecure work. Oracle, based in Austin, Texas, has been in operation since 1977 and as a cloud innovation company, it provides computing facilities and software application offerings that help global businesses "introduce, unlock performance and become much more efficient". Its customer base includes "nonprofit organizations for businesses of all sizes" and its services include business intelligence solutions as well as on-demand services, as well as servers and storage systems. ADC has chosen Oracle's dedicated region "Cloud@Customer" to secure sovereign cloud solutions for Australian government entities.

 

ADC is headquartered in the Australian capital, Canberra.

 



Established in 2013, it focuses on informational installation procedure as well as aftercare for sustainability and efficiency, as well as technological, operational, mechanical and electrical know-how. Running a Tier III data facility with “joint government security and safety”, the company is the “only 100% Australian owned and operated” carrier. It will certainly have the ability to "expand Oracle's public cloud zones into its data facilities providing physical ADC control of the framework as well as support for data held in your zone." This means that vital information stored on its servers stays in Australia and therefore complies with strict national data sovereignty laws.

 

ADC will certainly provide Oracle's options for dealing with work that consists of information related to national safety and security, health and wellness, and human solutions. They will also be able to access Oracle's cloud solutions including "Bare Metal Compute, VMs and GPUs, Autonomous Database, and also Exadata Cloud Solution" alongside container-based services such as Container Engine for Kubernetes.

 

“Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer makes it easier for government entities to transition to the next phase of their cloud-enabled transformation,” recommended ANZ, Vice Chief of State and Oracle Regional General Manager, Cherie Ryan. "It builds on our strong energy in the Canberra market and provides the pairing of a third Australian cloud region, complementing our existing investments in second generation cloud regions in Melbourne as well as Sydney."

 

“We are committed to building capacity to deliver solutions to the Federal Government by Australian companies to ensure both security and reliability of the supply chain,” said Rob Kelly, Director of Center Management for Australian data. "This is a major move to enable even more choice for government to access cutting-edge cloud services, in a data center supported by a 100% Australian sovereign enterprise, focused on Connectivity, Security, and Simplified Deployment Critically, it addresses the sovereignty of information organization, enhances safety and security, and efficiency attributes needed to accelerate federal governments' shift to cloud solutions.

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