- Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) - Cloud Databases
- Oil & Gas
- Business Operation
- Cloud Planning, Design & Implementation Services
With multiple vertically integrated operating units and US$49 billion in assets, TAQA runs Oracle E-Business Suite for its critical business processes. For more than 10 years, the company outsourced management of the application to Oracle Managed Cloud Services.
Then in 2020, the utility adopted a multi-cloud strategy to address key challenges, including the need to improve system availability and reduce outages, enhance security compliance requirements, and implement a disaster recovery site for Oracle E-Business Suite.
Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA)
TAQA is one of the largest publicly listed companies in the UAE by market capitalization. As a fully integrated utility company, it has a diversified portfolio of operations spanning 11 countries across power and water generation, transmission, and distribution, as well as upstream and midstream oil and gas operations.
TAQA has been an Oracle Database, Oracle Middleware, and Oracle applications customer since its inception in 2005. In choosing a cloud provider for critical applications such as Oracle E-Business Suite, it stayed with the technology provider it knew best.
The utility decided to migrate Oracle E-Business Suite to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), in line with its hybrid multi-cloud strategy.
Porting Oracle E-Business Suite to OCI for greater performance and automated administration is part of the company’s strategy of deploying multiple cloud environments across the organization, including Oracle, Azure, and UAE-based G42 for AI-powered cloud computing.
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