Oracle has joined forces with Canberra-based data centre provider Australian Data Centres (ADC) to provide its suite of public cloud services to federal government agencies from the nation’s capital. Read more in IT News.
10 February 2021
Oracle has announced what is effectively a third cloud region in Australia, signing a deal with Australian Data Centres (ADC) to offer what it’s calling an “Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer”. The company already boasts two cloud regions in Australia, with Sydney going live in late 2019, followed by Melbourne in mid-2020. ADC built its facilities in
Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer will be available to the Commonwealth Government from Australian Data Centres’ Canberra data centre. Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer allows Australian Data Centres to deliver Oracle public cloud regions from its own data centres, retaining physical control of infrastructure and storing data locally to meet sovereignty. Customer data and all API operations remain local
Oracle has partnered up with Australian Data Centres (ADC), plugging its Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer offering into the data centre operator’s Canberra facilities, extending the vendor’s existing services to the federal government sector. Read more in ARN.
Australian Data Centres (ADC) will be deploying Oracle’s Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer to host cloud services for the federal government and meet data sovereignty and security requirements. Read more in Computer Weekly.
Oracle has partnered with Canberra-based Australian Data Centres (ADC) to provide sovereign hosted cloud services to the Australian Federal Government. ADC will host Oracle’s Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer service within its facility in Canberra and extend the vendor’s services to Government. Read more in CRN.
A new data centre run by a local tech company using US cyber technology will keep the government’s data secure. Read more in The Australian.