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Oracle and Microsoft announce an enhanced cloud collaboration to create the best option to run enterprise solutions for their joint customers.
This cloud interoperability partnership combines Oracle and Microsoft technologies to support both line of business and mission-critical applications. Customers can now migrate to the cloud or build new applications leveraging the best of Oracle Cloud including Oracle Autonomous Database, and the best of Microsoft Azure with seamless interoperability.
Enterprises have many on-premises, mission-critical applications that depend on both Oracle and Microsoft technologies. Only Oracle and Microsoft are providing a “connected cloud” technical alliance for their mutual cloud services to enable swift migration of on-premises applications, leveraging a broader range of tools, and integrated as a single unified enterprise cloud solution.
This partnership now enables many previously impossible solutions including multi-application cloud deployment and integration, multi-layered cloud data management, cross-cloud data analysis and of course rapid migration of operations to the cloud. Here are a few of the critical customer use cases:
To deliver these benefits, Oracle and Microsoft are making available a new set of capabilities.
Additional product integrations, capabilities, and certifications coming soon.
“Infosys has responded to their client’s needs by investing in assets and migration tools for deploying workloads on the cloud, hybrid, and multi cloud environments in the market. As a long standing partner of both Oracle and Microsoft, Infosys will leverage this collaboration to provide best-of-the-breed and repeatable architecture solutions with interoperability so that our clients benefit in terms of cost, performance, and security, and have a seamless experience in their digital journey.”
—Dinesh Rao, EVP and Head Global Services, Enterprise Package Application Services, Infosys
“The alliance between Microsoft and Oracle is welcome news as we accelerate Albertsons’ digital transformation and leverage the full value of the public cloud. This will allow us to create cross-cloud solutions that optimize many of our current investments while maximizing the agility, scalability, and efficiency of the public cloud.”
—Anuj Dhanda, Executive Vice President and CIO, Albertsons
“At Halliburton, we have a long history of running both Oracle and Microsoft technologies for our most critical applications. Our deep experience with these two strategic vendors has yielded consistently stable and performant application deployments,”
“This alliance gives us the flexibility and ongoing support to continue leveraging our standard architectures, while allowing us to focus on generating business outcomes that maximize returns for our shareholders.”
—Ken Braud, Senior Vice President and CIO, Halliburton
“As we look to bring our omni-channel experience closer together and transform the technology platform that powers the Gap Inc. brands, the collaboration between Oracle and Microsoft will make it easier for us to scale and deliver capabilities across channels”
“The interoperability between Azure and Oracle Cloud allows us to deploy Oracle or custom-built applications on Azure and Oracle Databases on Oracle Cloud.”
—Sally Gilligan, Chief Information Officer, Gap Inc.
“Accenture has decades of experience in helping our enterprise clients leverage Microsoft and Oracle technologies to drive better business outcomes.”
“The ability to be able to seamlessly combine cloud solutions, applications and databases across Oracle Cloud and Microsoft Azure will give our client more choice, helping them to capitalize on their existing investments without compromising performance or reliability. We’re excited about the opportunities this collaboration will enable for our clients.”
—Prasad Sankaran, Senior Managing Director, Accenture’s Intelligent Cloud and Infrastructure business
“As a long-standing strategic partner for both Microsoft and Oracle, we believe their expanded collaboration and newly combined capabilities will make it easier for enterprises to realize the benefits of a cloud-based infrastructure with trusted partners and technologies,”
“The ability to deploy applications in a distributed Azure—OCI architecture has many benefits for a variety of enterprise environments, and we have found it is especially relevant to organizations seeking a ‘path of least resistance’ as they approach data center retirement deadlines. We look forward to this collaboration and developing new solutions to help our clients capitalize on the improved interoperability and ease in moving Oracle enterprise applications to Azure.”
—Pradeep Shilige, Executive Vice President, Digital Systems and Technology, Cognizant
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