“Oracle customers need networking solutions that span their data centers and global networks,” said Edward Screven, Chief Corporate Architect, Oracle. “By combining Oracle’s technology portfolio with Corente’s industry-leading platform extending software-defined networking to global networks, enterprises will be able to easily and securely deliver applications and cloud services to their globally distributed locations.”
Corente’s offerings include Cloud Services Exchange, a delivery platform that established trusted network services between cloud data centres and any location over any IP network; Services Gateway, which provides secure endpoints for private networks that are connected over global IP networks; and Services Portal, which provides secure access to service lifecycle management tools.
Together, Corente’s components provide users with the ability to define and manage business services delivery requirements for enterprise ecosystems.
“Corente provides a full lifecycle approach to automating the provisioning and management of service delivery networks,” said Jim Zucco, CEO, Corente. “Together with Oracle, we expect to deliver software-defined networking offerings that create cost-effective, secure networks, spanning global business ecosystems.”
If the deal goes through, Corente partners and customers can continue to contact Corente for additional products and support.
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