April 22, 2024

Redington And Oracle’s Robust Partnership Boosts CDP In MEA

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Redington, a leading technology distributor with a robust presence across the Middle East and Africa And Oracle Build Robust Partnership through the Oracle Cloud Distribution Program
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Redington, a leading technology distributor with a robust presence across the Middle East and Africa, and a member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), recently announced that it is one of the first cloud distributors to join Oracle’s Cloud Distribution Program (CDP). Redington with Oracle’s aid, will focus on surging cloud consumption in the MEA region through the partner ecosystem.

Industry sources added that the Cloud Distribution Program (CDP) is a global program that launched in 2023 to focus on boosting the partnerships with established cloud distributors to expand the reach of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) into both new and existing markets, with a particular focus on the small and midsize business markets.

From L To R – Dharshana Kosgalage, Head of Technology Solutions Group, Redington MEA And Havovi Yazdabadi, VP, Technology Alliances and Channels, EMEA, Oracle

Dharshana Kosgalage, Head of Technology Solutions Group, Redington MEA stated “We are excited to join the Oracle Cloud Distribution Program and align our expertise with Oracle’s vision for a diversified, innovative, and customer-centric OCI partner ecosystem. This partnership empowers partners to deliver optimal cloud solutions to their customers every step of the way. Channel partners will have simplified access to Oracle’s cloud services coupled with Redington’s in-depth technical support and training to best leverage these services, among other benefits. Redington’s collaboration with Oracle further extends our commitment to the Oracle community and our customers. We look forward to leveraging the power of OCI to help us achieve our business goals.” 

Havovi Yazdabadi, Vice President, Technology Alliances and Channels, EMEA, Oracle stated “We are excited to have Redington join the Oracle Cloud Distribution Program. With its strong customer network and regional capabilities in the Middle East and Africa, Redington is well positioned to help business customers, particularly in the small and midsize segments, harness the high performance, flexibility and scalability offered by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.”

Industry sources further added that by partnering and operating with Oracle, Redington will collectively utilize and boost both channel ecosystems to promote the adoption of OCI and drive long-term utilization growth, while delivering successful outcomes for clients.

OCI is a deep and broad platform of cloud infrastructure services that permits clients to build and run a wide range of applications in a scalable, secure, highly available, and high-performance environment. This comprises application development and business analytics to data management, integration, security, AI, and infrastructure services including Kubernetes and VMware, OCI delivers comprehensive security, performance, and cost savings.

Industry sources also added that additionally with multi-cloud, hybrid cloud, public cloud, and dedicated cloud options, OCI’s distributed cloud offers clients the benefits of cloud with greater control over data residency and locality. As a result, clients can bring enterprise workloads to the cloud quickly and efficiently while having the tools to help address their compliance requirements.

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