As cloud computing continues to grow, global industries require more control over their cloud services. In an attempt to alleviate these challenges, Oracle Cloud has developed Oracle Alloy, a platform that lets customers use these services while making their own operational decisions. This will allow organizations to staff platform operations with a local workforce that can control the cycles of operations, such as the release dates of software changes and updates.
In other words, Oracle Alloy creates independence that many companies and industries are demanding, freeing them from U.S. providers and loosening the tether to the company. It also enables service providers, integrators, independent software vendors (ISVs), and other organizations such as financial institutions or telecommunications providers to become cloud providers in their own right.
Oracle has also announced an expansion of its partnership with Nvidia that involves adding tens of thousands of A100 and H100 graphics processing units (GPUs) to enhance AI-related computational work in Oracle Cloud. This should enable AI software to run more efficiently on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, enhancing organizations’ use of Oracle Alloy and much more.