Oracle launches Gen 2 Cloud region in Montreal for business growth in the region

Montreal, Canada

Oracle has announced its new Gen 2 Cloud region in Montreal, Canada, following the launch of its Toronto Cloud region last year.

The company revealed that the opening is part of Oracle’s global plans to operate 36 Generation 2 Cloud regions by the end of 2020.

Canadian customers and partners will have access to all Oracle Cloud services, including Oracle Autonomous Database and Oracle Autonomous Linux, as well as Oracle Cloud Applications, according to the company.

“Oracle’s Canadian customers and partners are at the forefront of cloud innovation,” said Don Johnson, executive vice president, product development, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

“Our investment in the region reflects unparalleled demand for our Gen 2 Cloud, built to run customers’ most important business applications securely.

“The new Montreal Region coupled with the Toronto Region enables Oracle to provide multi-region deployments in the country to address Canadian organisations’ disaster recovery and compliance requirements.”


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Oracle recently announced the opening of four Gen 2 Cloud Regions in Melbourne, Australia, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Osaka, Japan and Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Oracle has now opened 17 Gen 2 Cloud regions in the past year and currently operates 21 regions globally, 16 commercial and five government.

By the end of this year, the company plans to open additional new cloud regions in the US (San Jose, CA), Brazil (Vinhedo), the UK (Newport, Wales), India (Hyderabad), South Korea (Chuncheon), Singapore, Israel, South Africa, Chile (Santiago), Saudi Arabia and two in the United Arab Emirates.

Elsewhere, Oracle and Microsoft recently expanded their cloud interoperability partnership to help joint customers worldwide run their mission-critical workloads across Oracle Cloud and Microsoft Azure.

Three weeks ago, the company reported an overall positive third quarter for its financial results, with a 2% revenue increase to $9.8 billion, and good progress in its cloud business.

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