Oracle’s partnership with Microsoft gives you more choices for multicloud architecture. Azure customers can now procure, deploy, and use Oracle database services running on OCI within the native Azure portal and APIs, giving them an OCI-in-Azure-like experience.
The service will be available in additional regions in 2024, starting with Germany West Central, UK South, Australia East, Japan East, Canada Central, Brazil South, France Central, Central US, and South Central US. Move Oracle databases to the cloud for the highest levels of performance and availability with Oracle database services running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure deployed in Microsoft Azure.
Larry Ellison and Satya Nadella launch Oracle Database@Azure, bringing the highest level of Oracle Database performance, scalability, and availability to Azure customers.
“Microsoft and Oracle just completely redefined what it means to be multicloud. In an unprecedented and truly unexpected move, Exadata and all of the Oracle Database cloud services, including the Autonomous Databases, running on OCI, are now colocated in Azure data centers. Azure users experience directly the power and benefits of Autonomous Database without any concerns of latency and ingress/egress fees. This is a game changer and walled gardens are over.”
Combine your choice of Azure services with Oracle database services running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, colocated in Microsoft Azure data centers. Azure customers will be able to procure, deploy, and use Oracle Database@Azure with the Azure portal and APIs.
By using Oracle FastConnect and Azure ExpressRoute, customers can seamlessly build a private interconnection between their OCI and Microsoft Azure environments. The Oracle Interconnect for Azure also enables joint customers to take advantage of a unified identity and access management platform that leads to cost savings.
Oracle Database Service for Azure is an Oracle-managed service for Azure customers to connect their Azure workloads to Oracle database services running in OCI. This service launched in 2022 and is available in all Oracle Interconnect for Azure regions today.
With Oracle Database@Azure, customers get enterprise-grade Oracle database services as native offerings within Azure.
Read the blog and watch Chief Technical Architect Pradeep Vincent explain the cloud architecture behind Oracle Database@Azure.
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