Oracle Cloud Infrastructure opens new Frankfurt region, helps accelerate cloud adoption in Europe’s major financial centre.
Frankfurt’s steadfast drive towards cloud computing will play a significant part in reshaping the global financial marketplace as cloud becomes crucial in this space.1 The world’s corporate headquarters and big business that reside in Central Europe are likely feeling the impact of this technological shift. Frankfurt is a booming market for trade connections; the city is fast becoming Europe’s most prominent financial hotspot. With a multitude of industries growing and expanding with technical innovation across the region and beyond, Frankfurt is a city that truly stands out in the age of cloud.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure FastConnect enables dedicated and private connectivity to next-generation cloud services and applications through Megaport. Oracle’s newly established data centre region in Frankfurt presents more efficient means for enterprises to get to the cloud which, in turn, will enable greater regional and global interconnection for business and trade. We are one of the first partners to offer Oracle Cloud Infrastructure FastConnect in Europe, and Frankfurt is the ideal point of connectivity to this leading Cloud Service Provider.
Our Software Defined Network (SDN) works to break down any existing barriers to cloud adoption in the financial world, such as security and scalability. Enterprises can provision direct connectivity to Oracle Cloud in under 59 seconds from Frankfurt, while leveraging flexible and scalable bandwidth options, via Megaport. Customers will have optimised access to Oracle along with the benefits of a connectivity service with a cloud-based consumption model. Our collaboration within Frankfurt will help drive relationships between global markets and increase growth and efficiency for enterprise customers in the finance and commerce sectors.
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