This week, I got an opportunity to present to a group on 150+ technical folks and talk to them about Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). OCI is Oracle’s infrastructure offering with an array of services, the key ones being compute, storage, network, and database services.
We had a wonderful audience who was interested in knowing the culture of the OCI team, the OCI services, and roles and responsibilities of the OCI product management. The session was very well received and the audience was excited to experiment with OCI services.
Oracle helps businesses around the world to solve their business challenges through its products and services. And to run these products and services, Oracle needed a platform that could be optimized for deployment of demanding and complex workloads and for the offerings from its partners. Since most cloud vendors were developer-centric focused heavily on resource over subscription and shared tenancy model, Oracle decided to build its own infrastructure offering focusing on Enterprises.
“Oracle Cloud Infrastructure combines the elasticity and utility of public cloud with the granular control, security, and predictability of on-premises infrastructure to deliver high-performance, high availability and cost-effective infrastructure services.”
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