- Oracle has announced the launch of the new cloud region in Spain, which is the first one in the country and is located in Madrid.
- The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in Madrid will deliver more than 100 cloud services including MySQL HeatWave and Autonomous Database by Oracle.
- This is Oracle’s 40th cloud region worldwide, and 6th within the European Union borders.
Oracle has announced that they are opening a new cloud region in Spain. This Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) is the first one in Spain and it is placed in Madrid. It will provide public and private sector clients access to a variety of cloud services.
6th cloud region in the EU
This is Oracle’s 40th cloud region worldwide, and the 6th within the European Union borders. It will include more than 100 Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services including Oracle MySQL HeatWave and Oracle Autonomous Database.
The opening of the Madrid cloud region will help organizations in Spain with increasing IT and operational efficiency. It will also help with gaining quick insights from their data as well as creating/deploying cloud-native applications with cloud services offered by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Albert Triola, General Manager of Oracle Spain said;
« Local organizations and public institutions are taking firm steps to establish Spain as a country focused on technology-driven innovation. With the opening of the Oracle Cloud Madrid Region, we’re reinforcing our commitment to helping our customers take advantage of the best cloud technologies while enabling the highest security standards, availability, and performance. »
Oracle has also recently announced that their MySQL HeatWave database service is available on Amazon Web Services.