Oracle recently organized an Oracle Cloud Day in a local hotel in Dhaka to help its customers get insight from the industry experts as to how Oracle Cloud will enable them transform their businesses by building a complete cloud strategy and harnessing applications on the cloud to capitalize on digital opportunities.
Regional speakers at the event talked about how the recent advancements in technology are attracting more and more organizations towards the cloud to derive value from their IT investments, leaving them to focus on business growth. Also discussed was the trusting they have in Oracle to help move their workloads onto the cloud.
Also highlighted was Oracle’s vast portfolio of cloud solutions and the recent addition of a range of new Oracle Cloud services to help companies transition to the cloud. The new services enhance the breadth and depth of Oracle’s extensive cloud portfolio across all layers of the stack – Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
“Oracle is the fastest growing scaled cloud company in the world and the only one delivering cloud capabilities across all three layers of the cloud – IaaS, PaaS and SaaS,” said Chris Chelliah Group Vice President and Chief Architect.
Oracle has recently expanded its SaaS portfolio with new additions to the Cloud Applications suite, along with intelligent enhancements that span sales, marketing, finance, human resources, and other areas of business.
“Our new Adaptive Intelligent Applications use Oracle’s web-scale data and applies advanced data science to learn and ingest data around an organization’s users and their behaviors. The result is targeted information delivered to customers and employees that provides the insights needed to build a knowledge base that helps to improve business results across organizations.” said Adrian Johnston, Vice President of Application, Oracle APAC.
Oracle Cloud today conducts 50 billion transactions a day supporting 27+ million users. It runs in 19 strategic data centers around the world.