Oracle today announced the availability of Oracle Database Backup Service and Oracle Storage Cloud Service. Slice of Oracle’s commitment to be able to provide the industry’s broadest and most advanced cloud portfolio, the fresh services empower patrons with choice and delivers the flexibility to easily move critical applications and data from on-premises to the cloud and vice-versa.
Extending the industry’s most comprehensive portfolio of enterprise-grade cloud solutions, Oracle announced the availability of two new Oracle Cloud services, Oracle Database Backup and Oracle Storage Cloud. Part of the Oracle Cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS) portfolio, Oracle Database Backup Service makes available a simple, scalable, and low-cost Oracle Database cloud backup solution, and can be an integral part of multi-tier database backup and recovery strategies.
Oracle Database Backup Service facilitates clienteles to continue using the familiar RMAN commands for seamlessly and securely performing backup and recovery operations between on-premises Oracle Databases and the Oracle Cloud tightly integrated with Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN).Oracle Database Backup Service empowers customers to parallelize and compress backup data transfers to aid maximize performance and includes client-side encryption to provide end-to-end data security.
Part of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) portfolio, Oracle Storage Cloud affords a secure, scalable, and reliable object storage solution that enables organizations to effortlessly store, access, and manage data in the cloud.
Oracle Storage Cloud provides a comprehensive solution to streamline and lower capital and operational costs for storing data backups and archives with high reliability and security.
Oracle Storage Cloud is API compatible with OpenStack Swift and provides access to data through REST and Java APIs.
“To remain competitive in today’s highly connected business environment, organizations are increasingly adopting and building new cloud-based solutions. There is also a huge push to migrate existing on-premises workloads to the public cloud and support portability between on-premises and cloud environments,” alleged Chris Pinkham, Senior Vice President, Product Development, Oracle. Supplementing that – “To help customers achieve these goals, Oracle has further expanded its comprehensive set of enterprise-grade infrastructure cloud services. The new services are based on open standards, integrated to work together seamlessly, and designed to support full portability between on-premises and cloud environments.”
Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) members have long been part of Oracle’s success delivering leading database and storage solutions to customers. Buttressed by Oracle’s comprehensive array of OPN Cloud programs, partners may now participate in their customer’s adoption of Cloud services. From referral to the delivery of value-added services, Oracle empowers partners to profit from these new Oracle Cloud services. The new services from their quarter expand Oracle Cloud’s comprehensive portfolio of Platform and Infrastructure Services, all available on a subscription basis.