Oracle Launches Government Cloud Solution

With the specific target of government entities needing a secure cloud, Oracle (ORCL) announced the availability of the Oracle Government Cloud, a comprehensive suite of cloud applications and solutions. Oracle is currently seeking the required authorizations designed to provide government agencies with this solution. Solutions within the offering include Oracle Service Cloud, Oracle RightNow Policy Automation and Oracle Learn Cloud. The will assist agencies in streamlining a breadth of business processes, from financial and human resources management to customer service and project management. Oracle Government Cloud will enable agencies to leverage multiple service options – with Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings available today and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) .

“We are very excited to meet our public sector customers’ demands for a highly secure, robust suite of cloud solutions built for government. The maturity and transparency of the standards-based Oracle Government Cloud will enable agencies to confidently move mission-critical government applications to the cloud without compromising security, performance, or reliability. We are committed to helping agencies enhance operational efficiency through the cloud,” said Mark Johnson, senior vice president, Oracle Public Sector.

As an Oracle Cloud solution, the complete portfolio of public, private and hybrid cloud offerings is owned, managed and certified by Oracle. Th solutions gives customers performance, scalability and security needed to run mission-critical, government-specific solutions.

Oracle OpenWorld will be in San Francisco later this month.

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