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Oracle Opens First Cloud Region in France

Oracle announced the opening of its first cloud region in France to support the increasing cloud computing demands of private and public sector organizations. The Oracle Cloud Marseille Region will provide customers and partners access to all Oracle Cloud services to drive business growth. Oracle’s next-generation cloud is now available in 32 regions worldwide with plans to have at least 44 cloud regions by the end of 2022, continuing one of the fastest expansions of any major cloud provider.

Oracle Cloud services, including Oracle Autonomous Database, Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes, and Oracle Cloud VMware are now available from Marseille for customers that require their data to remain in France. This will help organizations in the banking industry and public sector meet important regulatory compliance requirements. In addition, Oracle offers a wide range of application modernization and cloud strategies to help French organizations operate with global competitiveness. The cloud region is strategically located in Marseille, a top ten global internet hub that is also the fastest growing in the world, which is a major confluence point for submarine cables used for international data transmission.

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“It is crucial for performance and security that we offer private and public sector organizations the ability to have cloud infrastructure located in France to manage their most critical data and applications,” said Karine Picard, general manager, Oracle France. “We currently see triple digital growth in our cloud business that reflects our customers desire to rapidly digitize their operations so they can better serve their customers.”

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Oracle also plans to open a second cloud region in France in 2022. The second cloud region in France is part of Oracle’s unique dual-region cloud strategy, which helps customers meet business continuity and compliance requirements by enabling them to deploy resilient applications in multiple geographically separated locations – without having sensitive data leave the country.

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In addition to the dual-region strategy that optimizes data access, OCI’s next-generation architecture provides a resilient, high-performance foundation for cloud services, while its physical and virtual network design optimizes performance and security. And as with every Oracle Cloud region, the Marseille region contains three fault domains, which are clusters of hardware that form logical data centers, to ensure high availability and resiliency to hardware and network failures.

The Marseille region strengthens Oracle’s extensive network in the European Union, with Frankfurt and Amsterdam already available, Milan and Stockholm due to open later this year, and Spain opening in 2022. Oracle’s strategy is to meet customers where they are, enabling customers to keep data and services where they need it.

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