Oracle Cloud Enters Hyper-Growth Phase Leading into Oracle CloudWorld
AUSTIN, Texas, July 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) will welcome customers and partners to the industry’s most important event, Oracle CloudWorld Las Vegas, on October 17-20, 2022. With keynotes featuring customers and executives sharing practical lessons, more than 1,200 technical and strategic sessions, and comprehensive hands-on training opportunities, Oracle CloudWorld is the premier venue for business and IT leaders to learn how to create and keep a competitive advantage.
With Oracle CloudWorld on the horizon, Oracle’s cloud business is gaining significant momentum. In the most recent fiscal quarter ending May 31, 2022, total cloud revenues (IaaS plus PaaS) were up 19% in USD, up 22% in constant currency to $2.9 billion. Infrastructure cloud (IaaS) revenues were $792 million, up 36% in USD and up 39% in constant currency. Fusion ERP cloud (SaaS) revenues were $569 million, up 20% in USD and up 23% in constant currency. NetSuite ERP cloud (SaaS) revenues were $574 million, up 27% in USD and up 30% in constant currency. Other SaaS revenue of $955 million, up 4% in USD and up 7% in constant currency.
“As we prepare to welcome our customers to Oracle CloudWorld in Las Vegas this fall, I am thrilled about the strong growth we have seen across our entire portfolio of cloud applications and infrastructure,” said Oracle CEO, Safra Catz. “We look forward to helping customers of all sizes and in every industry discover even more ways they can drive revenue, maximize profitability and improve their businesses with Oracle Cloud.”
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