Government agencies in North America will have another option to confidently move mission-critical government applications to the cloud, as Oracle has announced the availability of the Oracle Government Cloud, a cloud platform owned, managed and certified by Oracle.
The US Federal government’s Cloud First policy require government agencies to consider cloud computing as a means to improve IT flexibility and responsiveness, while reducing the cost and risk involved in technology deployment and management. As cloud computing security is a hot topic for governmental bodies, a trusted brand name like Oracle might be an option when considering to move applications to the cloud. Oracle Government Cloud delivers a broad and complete portfolio of public, private and hybrid cloud offerings.
Cloud Platform Owned and Managed by Oracle
Oracle Government Cloud provides the premier product, support and services government agencies need to transition to the cloud, while addressing the demanding and unique security, compliance and operational requirements of the public sector. Oracle owns, manages and certifies the underlying technology for Oracle Government Cloud, providing customers with the extreme performance, scalability, availability and security needed to run mission-critical, government-specific solutions.
Solutions available today through the Oracle Government Cloud – including Oracle Service Cloud, Oracle RightNow Policy Automation and Oracle Learn Cloud – will help agencies streamline a breadth of business processes, from financial and human resources management to customer service and project management.
Oracle Government Cloud will enable agencies to leverage multiple service options – with Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings available today and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) coming soon – to meet their unique needs.