Dallas, Texas 04/22/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) one of the largest database and back-end operations enterprise domain software and license-based services provider is now driving hard on its cloud services.
The enterprise is now adopting various focal points to ensure faster and higher levels of cloud computing services.
Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) has on April 14, announced a new service, which will move firms, and enterprises to faster cloud and hybrid solutions.
Called the Oracle Database Backup and Oracle Storage Cloud, the service will now bring to users a more enabled, secured and smooth movement of public and cloud solutions as well as private cloud solutions.
Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) investment into the cloud platform is massive and perhaps the most diversified as well. The company has been using new services which will allow customers the choice as well as the option to bring-in applications which are critical to their processes to the cloud.
Interestingly, this feature is reversible: critical process on the cloud can be moved to on-site, just as on-site applications can be hosted on the clouds.
Open standards is definitely way forward
Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) management has announced that these services are built on the open standards platform, allowing for different platforms to work simultaneously.
Therefore, one of the key aspects of the new solution for cloud migration offered by Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) is that of portability!
Interestingly, the platform will be offered as a Platform as a Service. This has now made the service more flexible as well as scalable. The cost factor to is a vital factor, while the cloud backup solution will now become the most important feature on the multi-level back-up as well as recovery strategies. It has other interesting features as the Oracle Recovery Manager which will allow other clients to use the RMAN commands as well as achieve higher efficiency.
Oracel on the cloud services as well storage are solutions, which define the future of enterprise use platforms!