Different businesses are gradually integrating the cloud, and investment in cloud technologies is significantly increasing in the $214 billion market.
Fremont, CA: Migrating to the cloud has many benefits, but the question depends on which cloud provider will best meet a company's needs. Oracle cloud infrastructure brought in $39.6 billion in revenue in 2019 because of their popular and growing cloud business. It recently released its second-generation cloud infrastructure, which is gathering a number of reviews for its robust computing and networking performance, speed, and versatility.
Here are five advantages of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI):
OCI supports all legacy enterprise workloads and can use its existing on-premise systems, maximizing previous technology investments. It can decrease overhead and operational costs, investments in hardware and related maintenance, and perform large workloads at scale without a hike in pricing.
Ready for the Future
OCI is a future-proofed solution that can enable businesses by moving their legacy workload to one of the world's most cutting-edge platforms.
OCI can scale to offer more or less computing power and storage depending on the requirement, minimizing operational cost. Users can add virtual servers on-demand to facilitate innovative new applications, processes, or data capabilities or scale back so that they are not paying for more power than needed.
Ease of Integration, Migration, and Implementation
OCI makes it seamless to migrate existing applications like ERP, analytics software, and architecture and quickly run them in the cloud. This limits any hindrances to the business or downtime and eventually frees up the IT team to concentrate on critical business strategies instead of maintaining hardware.
Faster, More Powerful Performance
The main goal of OCI is to outperform other cloud providers. Utilizing a flat network design, there are not more than two hops between computing and storage, meaning the performance is predictable and fast.