Oracle Cloud launches OSOC for enterprises
Oracle Cloud has launched Oracle SD-WAN Orchestration Cloud (OSOC) a solution to simplify multi-cloud integration and managing network traffic.
OSOC is powered by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and forms part of the Oracle SD-WAN portfolio. The suite delivers a high-performance network for services such as remote office WAN, IoT, contact centres, unified communications and collaboration.
Enterprises using OSOC can quickly deploy and operate sophisticated networks that easily connect to services within their facility or in a public cloud.
As a result, enterprises no longer need to design, build and maintain their own high availability SD-WAN cores at their data centres saving time and money.
“As businesses today look to become more agile, multi-cloud environments offer opportunity for broader visibility and choice, but also present challenges in performance and reliability,” said Zeus Kerravala, principal analyst, ZK Research.
“This double-edged sword is a key driver for greater SD-WAN adoption, and the SaaS model makes SD-WAN easily scalable as businesses seek to interconnect workloads across multiple cloud environments.”
“Oracle’s SD-WAN Orchestration Cloud delivers on this promise, empowering enterprises to combine high availability and predictable performance along with flexibility and choice in services so they can shift with elastic business needs.”
OSOC can be deployed on premise or virtually in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, AWS or Microsoft Azure clouds.
“The recent increase in remote-work has accelerated the shift to a cloud-first model for enterprises, putting pressure on IT professionals to ensure application availability, performance and security in any public cloud,” added Andrew Morawski, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications, Networks.
“With Oracle SD-WAN Orchestration Cloud, enterprises can rapidly design, deploy and maintain a SD-WAN across any IP network and any public cloud; freeing up IT to focus less on network management and more on strategic priorities.”