Oracle has set up a new data centre in Hyderabad as part of its global plans to operate 36 second-generation Cloud regions by the end of 2020.

This is Oracle’s second data centre in India. Earlier in 2019, the company had set up a data centre in Mumbai.

The two data centres are aimed at providing Oracle’s over 15,000 clients with business continuity and disaster recovery options.

The company has said that some of its customers have already shifted workloads to the new data centre amid the COVID-19 pandemic.