After a turbulent fortnight amid privacy breach news leak, World’s leading video streaming meet app Zoom has announced that the technology giant is deploying Oracle cloud Infrastructure to support its growth and evolving business needs. Currently Zoom app is streaming roughly seven petabytes through Oracle Cloud Infrastructure servers each day, equivalent to 93 years of HD video by its 300 million-plus daily users.
After the world has locked itself due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the need of work-from-home has risen exponentially. Zoom is the most favorable app among all the major enterprises and startups leading to extra pressure on existing infrastructure of the company. After the privacy breach news broke among media, the video communications company said that the organization is committed to users privacy protection and continues to innovate and provide an essential service to its extensive customer base.
“We recently experienced the most significant growth our business has ever seen, requiring massive increases in our service capacity. We explored multiple platforms, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure was instrumental in helping us quickly scale our capacity and meet the needs of our new users,” Zoom CEO Eric S. Yuan said in a statement.
“We chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure because of its industry-leading security, outstanding performance, and unmatched level of support,” added Yuan who is working on to safeguard its platform from bugs and hackers.
Oracle CEO Safra Catz released a statement, “Video communications has become an essential part of our professional and personal lives, and Zoom has led this industry’s innovation”.
He told that oracle’s second-generation cloud infrastructure will help Zoom scale to continue to deliver flawless service to its customer base, adapt to changing demands, and lead the video communications industry.
“We are proud to work with Zoom, as both their cloud infrastructure provider and as a customer, while they grow and continue to connect businesses, people and governments around the world,” Safra Catz added.