Oracle Launches Three New Cloud Regions To Serve Government

Oracle | December 18, 2019

Oracle Launches Three New Cloud Regions To Serve Government
The new locations in different US states come after the company secured high-level compliance and security accreditation. Oracle has announced three new government cloud data centre regions in Ashburn, Virginia; Phoenix, Arizona and Chicago, Illinois. The new regions have achieved DISA Impact Level 5 provisional authorisation (IL5 PATO), providing a safe cloud environment where US Department of Defense (DoD) and other federal customers can do their business in. “This is an important milestone in Oracle’s journey to deliver innovative cloud services with consistent high performance and exceptional security to the entire US government,” Oracle gushed. In 2020, Oracle says it plans to bring additional full-scale Gen 2 Cloud Regions online to support the classified missions of the US government.

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