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FireEye and Oracle Create a Strategic Partnership to Enable Security Through the Cloud

Today, FireEye announced a strategic cloud offering with Oracle. This new collaboration with Oracle introduces FireEye’s first Oracle cloud solution, FireEye Email Security on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).

As our engineering teams came together, we realized many of our customers had similar requirements for their cloud journey. While it sounds like a logical concept in principal, it’s not often that partnerships are conceived by solving internal engineering requirements with a design approach to solve customers’ needs as well.

By working together to optimize the Oracle bare metal cloud environment and FireEye solutions, we could meet these requirements and help customers move to a cloud environment that offers flexibility, cost effeciencies, ease of deployment and security.

Oracle recognizes the importance of security as customers shift their existing applications to a cloud platform. Oracle sought out a partner who can help customers secure their data and applications on this journey, and FireEye – with our platform of security solutions, threat intel and industry-leading consulting services – was a great fit because we offer a comprensive approach to security. In Oracle, FireEye sees a partner, whose unique approach to bare metal cloud computing provides customers consistent performance and the right solutions to transition to the cloud.

Our customers seek a consultative approach in their security choices when migrating to the cloud and I feel confident with this partnership that we can successfully guide our clients through this journey, and it will be the best solution to meet the security concerns of customers amongst the multitude of choices of security solutions.

Come join us this week at RSA in San Francisco for a luncheon and an exclusive preview of FireEye Email Security powered by Oracle. We will host the event at the St. Regis Ballroom on Wednesday April 18 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. Pre-registration is required to attend and we hope to see you there. DON’T MISS IT!!

If you can’t join us, you can experience FireEye Email Security for Oracle without obligation in the Oracle Marketplace and Jumpstart portal.

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