Monday, 24 April 2017 10:16

Megaport, Oracle collaborate in the cloud

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Interconnection services provider Megaport has sealed a deal with Oracle to facilitate connections for Oracle customers via its data centre network.

Under the cloud connectivity partnership, Oracle will look to provide an easy, cost-effective way for enterprises to create dedicated and private connectivity to Oracle Cloud services that can scale rapidly with changing business needs.

Oracle customers can obtain access to the Megaport global network through the Megaport portal in more than 20 major markets in Asia Pacific, North America and Europe, with 150 points of presence.

"Oracle is a major innovator of public cloud infrastructure, as evidenced by the announcement of their latest cloud offerings at Oracle OpenWorld 2016,” said Vincent English, chief executive of Megaport.

“Its loyal base of large enterprise customers, global reach, and focus on developing faster, better, and more cost-effective services make it the perfect partner to enable with our elastic interconnection services.  In the new era of cloud-enabled IT, enterprises require a cloud provider that can power a full breadth of integrated services and provide end-to-end support with applications (SaaS), platform (PaaS) and compute and storage infrastructure (IaaS).

“Oracle FastConnect can provide reliable and dedicated connectivity enabling faster deployment and migration of critical workloads in the cloud. We  are happy to have forged a global collaboration with Oracle and the talented teams behind Oracle Cloud.”

Thomas Kurian, president of Product Development, Oracle, said the relationship with Megaport would help customers leveraging the Oracle Cloud, “execute on their business strategies by taking advantage of the Megaport platform for their high bandwidth connectivity needs”.

“Cloud is the fastest growing part of Oracle’s business. Customers require seamless connectivity from their data centres and networks to Oracle Cloud for their most demanding workloads and applications.”

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