Microsoft’s CEO, Satya Nadella, announces the expansion of their partnership with Oracle. The collaboration will make Microsoft Azure the only other cloud provider to run Oracle’s database services, offering high performance, high availability, and automated management.
Microsoft and Oracle Expand Cloud Partnership
In an exciting development for tech enthusiasts, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced an expanded partnership with Oracle. The collaboration aims to bring customers the best of both worlds, making Microsoft Azure the only other cloud provider to run Oracle’s database services.
As part of this partnership, OCI database services are now available in Azure. This integration allows users to seamlessly build Azure applications with the high performance, high availability, and automated management of Oracle database services, such as Exadata and RAC, running on OCI.
The partnership is set to empower organizations to meet their evolving needs and create new value in the cloud. It’s a significant opportunity for customers to move many of their on-premises workloads to the cloud, leveraging the full power of the Microsoft Cloud and Oracle database services.
This is a phenomenal opportunity for our mutual customers to move many of their on-premises workloads to the cloud with the full power of the Microsoft Cloud and Oracle databases services. – Damir Bersinic, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Cloud for Industry
What’s Important to Know?
This collaboration not only brings together the best of both worlds, but also opens up numerous possibilities for organizations looking to leverage the power of cloud computing. With OCI database services now available in Azure, users can easily build high-performance and highly available applications.
Wow! 😮 This is exciting news! The partnership between Microsoft and Oracle opens up so many possibilities for organizations looking to leverage the power of cloud computing. – Amit Agrawal, Ex-Banker
The integration of Oracle database services into Azure will simplify the development process, making it easier for developers to build Azure applications that use Oracle data and for customers to take advantage of the benefits of cloud computing.
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