Oracle has launched cloud offerings from its India data centre. The move will enable Oracle to cater to its new and existing customers, including those operating in sectors that are bound by regulatory provisions to store data within the borders of the country such as public sector organisations and banking and telecom companies.
Oracle has formally opened its cloud applications available through the company’s Gen 2 Cloud region in Mumbai, which came into operations in October 2019.
With the help of new services, Oracle will convert their existing customer base to cloud, and provide smaller companies cheaper cloud offerings.
Oracle is attempting to migrate the customer base through a programme called ‘SOAR’, wherein existing customers will be exposed to benefits of cloud, through workshops.