American technology mogul’s cloud services platform Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) has announced the launch of its “OCI Dedicated Region” service to the Thai market at the same time as the Indian market. As a result, Oracle will be able to offer public cloud services to customers on their own premises. Confident in filling all gaps in Thai organizations including removing all the reasons that forced the need to set up a data center in Thailand
Mr. Taweesak Saengthong, Managing Director, Oracle Corporation Thailand, said that Oracle is the only platform provider capable of delivering services in the Dedicated Region. Not losing to financial institutions Initially, the goal of marketing in the Dedicated Region is to fully fill the gap in the Thai cloud market.
“71% of global enterprises are still on-prime and 29% cloud-based, the proportion of Thais likely won’t escape. It is expected that the Thai cloud market will be worth around 34 billion baht. Here, we expect it to meet the needs of Thai organizations. with trial and error that Thai organizations are still unable to fully utilize the capabilities of the cloud including a shortage of personnel These gaps are challenging. that no matter which cloud is still not answering the question We believe that Oracle’s new products will answer the gap. and the needs are met”
The Dedicated Region’s prowess is to enable organizations to benefit from the public cloud directly from within their own data centers. while still being able to manage remotely with OCI without sacrificing quality in terms of size and usage. information sovereignty security and controls that were in the past while using an average of 60-70% less data center space and energy, with a significantly lower initial cost of about $1 million per year for consumer customers.
In addition to the OCI Dedicated Regions, which have been highlighted as having a new infrastructure that is smaller and less expensive. Oracle is also introducing the Compute [email protected] service. that can work on cross-system OCI with in-site data collection service for Thai customers At this point, Oracle emphasizes that global organizations, including the Nomura Research Institute (NRI) and Vodafone, have chosen the OCI Dedicated Region to handle their core workload. while retaining complete control over data and services.
Initially, the list of Thai organizations that are preparing to start using the OCI Dedicated Region service has not been disclosed. “Siam Commercial Bank” is an organization in Thailand that uses data management services with Exadata [email protected] to move critical databases to the cloud This enables the integration of Financial Services Analytical Applications databases running across platforms into a single model on Exadata [email protected] As a result, work was accelerated 5.5 times faster, reducing the time from 9 hours to only 1.5 hours.
Initially, Oracle emphasized that there are currently no plans to set up a data center in Thailand. And these 3 new services will make users feel different from the Singapore cloud. This makes it unlikely that there is a reason to set up a data center in Thailand. due to Oracle’s new technology It’s a simulation like setting up a cloud in Thailand, but there are 3 types of services to choose from.
“Oracle has an idea to talk to some Thai cloud providers. In investment, use the Dedicated Region to serve multiple entities at the same time. This is of great interest.”
The OCI Region currently operates as a commercial cloud and government cloud in 38 Regions, and plans to add another 6 Regions (no Thai). different Or used as a control of hybrid cloud operations, OCI Regions can also be developed as a repeatable, single-tenant cloud within the customer’s own data center. OCI deployment options are either bundled with over 100 services or partially deployed. There are options in the category of location, area of use, performance, security. Compliance and the required operational style All of these deployment options include OCI’s Distributed Cloud.
OCI Region Could Be a Profitable Base for Oracle’s Growth From the financial information for the fourth quarter, which just ended in May 65, the company’s operating results are at a very good level. increased to $11.8 billion The cloud business grew 22%, while the ERP business grew 23%, the highest growth in 11 years, which Oracle CEO announced next year (2023). less than 30%.