The new offering is intended to address the most persistent problems that vex customers that are trying to build seamless hybrid clouds: lack of consistency between hosted and on-premise environments. Wikibon says the lack of functional equivalency between public and private clouds is a danger for enterprises that want to build truly hybrid environments because users frustrated by limited private cloud functionality will default to public cloud options and create a “shadow IT” problem.
With Cloud Machine, users will be able to run applications, middleware and databases on either or both platforms with workload portability supported by identical management toolsets and application program interfaces (APIs), Oracle said. The service will support both Oracle and non-Oracle workloads, as well as all major operating systems.
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