Oracle: BDCCL equips data centers with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

May 11, 2024 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

Government-owned Bangladesh Data Center Company Limited (BDCCL) has equipped its data centers with the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Dedicated Region wich can now be used by more than 30 government agencies in Bangladesh while meeting data governance and privacy requirements.

Zunaid Ahmed Palak MP, state minister, Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology, Government of Bangladesh, said: “The creation of the Bangladesh sovereign cloud with OCI Dedicated Region is the backbone of this vision and will enable us to strengthen our digital infrastructure for the modern economy and boost our cybersecurity readiness. We look forward to creating a truly smart government with Oracle.”

“A cloud-first approach has become pivotal for governments to enhance efficiency, scalability, and cost-effectiveness in a secure manner,” said Garrett Ilg, executive vice president and general manager, Japan & Asia Pacific, Oracle. “With cloud computing, governments can unlock innovation and enable civil servants to better serve the communities. OCI Dedicated Region offers the government of Bangladesh a complete cloud solution within their own data center. This creates an agile, efficient, secure, and cost-effective platform that allows the government to modernize applications, accelerate innovation, and address data sovereignty needs.