Software major Oracle India launched world’s first database designed for the cloud.
The product, Oracle Database 12c, which is now available in the Indian market, simplifies the process of consolidating databases onto the cloud, enabling customers to manage many databases as one, the company said.
Cloud services allow multiple users to access a single system or software on subscription-based or pay-per-use basis, which help them reduce IT costs.
Oracle also launched storage systems — Sun ZFS Storage Appliance and Pillar Axiom — which support multiple applications with different business priorities.
“As organisations embrace the cloud, they seek technologies that will transform business and improve their overall operational agility and effectiveness,” Sheshagiri Anegondi, Vice-President, Technology Business at Oracle India, told reporters here.