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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Is Growing Rapidly

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Is Growing Rapidly

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Is Growing Rapidly

Oracle has been making enterprise software for 44 years, so it is ready to move on from the flu pandemic and into a new period of growth. Oracle grew the fastest among the big cloud companies in Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) markets. In 2020, Oracle’s IaaS revenue grew by 119 per cent. Intuit was in second place, and SAP was in fifth place. Intuit had a two-to-one cloud revenue margin, and SAP had a three-to-one cloud revenue margin, but Oracle was the leader in the ERP cloud market in 2020.

The most recent financial results for Oracle are as follows:

Overall growth is driven by using ERP systems that run in the cloud

Because of this, Oracle’s back-office software made $4.4 billion in sales during the fourth quarter of its 21st fiscal year. According to our analysis, Oracle’s Cloud ERP subscription revenues will rise 33% from 2019 to $3.1 billion in 2020. Among the top 10, this is the quickest growth rate.

The OCI is prepared to tackle various challenges

During the fiscal year of 2021, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure generated $2.3 billion in Cloud subscription revenue. This is double what it made in fiscal 2020. Compared to its bigger competitors, OCI’s IaaS would be worth $1.9 billion in 2020, an increase of 119%. It has learned from its competitors’ mistakes and fixed problems like authorization, configuration, and hardware-specific issues common in early IaaS services.

There are a lot of clients who are worried about scalability and uptime during the pandemic, and the company is helping them.

Over the last few years, Oracle has turned on dozens of new Cloud regions. By adding tens of thousands of additional clients each year, the firm is now poised to take OCI to the next level and acquire the economies of scale it needs to flourish.

Oracle’s core has been changed to allow it to grow.

Oracle did a great job of keeping its maintenance revenue in check when it moved from on-premise to cloud software.

Oracle’s maintenance revenues are significant because they help pay for developing other products that are important to its long-term success. This shows how Oracle can get a lot of value from its installed base of more than 400,000 customers, which is vital for financial institutions. This makes Oracle’s wide range of software the best choice for automating financial management, Cloud infrastructure, and industry-specific processes like AML.

During its fiscal year 2021, Oracle took several steps to improve its business. Also, its corporate offices were moved from the well-known Redwood Shores area along California’s Highway 101 to a brand-new corporate campus in Austin, Texas. Under the late CEO Mark Hurd, Oracle put a lot of money into Austin and hired hundreds of new people, primarily for its subsidiary Oracle Direct, which specializes in selling its Cloud products directly to customers. Some people who work at the Austin campus also live there, which makes it more appealing to recruiters from other states. During the pandemic, when more and more people started working from home, Oracle’s desire to move its headquarters to a cheaper place, like Texas, where the cost of living is lower than in California, grew.

So, Oracle recently said it wants to build a 65-acre campus in Nashville, Tennessee, and hire up to 8,500 people to work there. This proposal calls for a one-time payment of $175 million.

Oracle, a tech company that has done well in Silicon Valley for more than 40 years, is taking these steps to ensure it stays connected to its customers by not supporting any one place, country, philosophy, or geopolitical dispute.

It needs to come up with new products to stay in business.

Oracle’s long-term success will depend on how well it can develop new products. Each new version of the Cloud ERP market, which it dominates, could have more than 1,000 new features, and the vendor is quickly turning on the machine learning faucet to speed up product development. Ellison said that the company is betting that its investments in neural networks and machine learning will help its Cloud-native autonomous database run programs more quickly, securely, and cheaply without humans needing to patch and debug software

Based on our database of more than 3,000 cloud options for different industries, Oracle is one of the best cloud service providers. For instance, front-office solutions focus on the company’s existing business divisions, which include food and beverage (retail), life sciences (construction and engineering), utilities (hotels), and finance (finance). Ellison says State and Local and Healthcare are two new business divisions in the works. Oracle’s industrial cloud solutions have 16 million users and 100,000 clients, and 60 application SKUs.

The next adventure for Oracle:

Oracle has spent years building up its Cloud applications business. As a result, Oracle Cloud ERP is now the number one cloud application, and its other cloud apps continue to win customers over.

After SAP HANA and others failed, it is clear that Oracle is the best at managing databases. Oracle’s Autonomous Database made 66 percent more money this quarter than last quarter.

Customer workloads are moving to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure from Nvidia, Zoom, and Carrefour (OCI). Oracle has shown that it can compete with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform in terms of pricing, performance, and security in the cloud.

Also, Oracle’s decision to move its headquarters from California to Texas may indicate a change in the company’s strategy as it tries to become a genuinely agnostic competitor that leaves its past behind.

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