Oracle teams up with Australian Data Centres to further government reach

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Oracle teams up with Australian Data Centres to further government reach

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 advance according to government storage requirements, which allows Oracle to offer services from within ADC, inheriting the characteristics already in place and thus complying with Australian government requirements, such as data sovereignty, given Oracle is a US-headquartered company.

Read more in ZD Net.

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