Oracle Cloud Launch Expands into San Jose Region; Clay Magouyrk Quoted

Oracle Cloud Launch Expands into San Jose Region; Clay Magouyrk Quoted
Oracle Cloud

Oracle announced on Wednesday that the company has expanded its reach into the San Jose Cloud Region, which marks the 25th region that Oracle Cloud has reached out of the 36 regions that the company hopes to reach by July 2021. 

"We're doubling-down on our global expansion and rapidly scaling our public cloud around the world to meet growing customer demand," said Clay Magouyrk, executive vice president of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. 

"Enterprises need fully independent Cloud Regions in multiple sites and in-country, to meet data residency requirements and to safeguard disaster recovery measures."

Oracle’s Cloud infrastructure expansion is the fastest by any major cloud provider. Oracle plans to establish at least two regions in almost every country where it operates. Their infrastructure is currently available in 

  • Asia Pacific: Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul, Chuncheon, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Sydney, Melbourne

  • Americas: San Jose, Phoenix, Ashburn, Toronto, Montreal, São Paolo

  • Europe: Frankfurt, London, Zürich, Amsterdam

  • Middle East: Jeddah

  • Government: two general U.S. Government regions, three U.S. Department of Defense specific Government regions, one in the United Kingdom

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