October 7, 2011 – The centerpiece of its growing cloud strategy, Oracle hyped the range of solutions and flexibility of its new public cloud offering, which CEO Larry Ellison called “a little different.”

The Oracle Public Cloud runs on Oracle Engineered Systems and comes with a host of connections and capabilities for other vendor solutions, applications and databases, according to a news release. The public cloud enables business applications to run on-premise and in the virtual environment simultaneously, and deployment of Java and Oracle Database applications without the need for rewrites. Pricing is based on a monthly subscription model, with independent availability for cloud services, such as resource management and isolation, security, data exchange and integration, and virus scanning.

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