- This fusion integrates Oracle’s database technologies into Microsoft’s Azure data centres, simplifying cloud migration, multi-cloud deployment, and management.
- Step into a new age of AI-enhanced cloud computing where reliability meets innovation, paving the way for a seamless transition to the cloud ecosystem.
In a significant move to accelerate cloud migration and innovation, Oracle and Microsoft have announced their expanded partnership, unveiling Oracle Database@Azure. This new service integrates Oracle’s database technologies directly into Microsoft’s Azure data centres, furnishing customers with unprecedented performance, flexibility, and scalability options. The collaboration marks a significant stride in blending Oracle’s expertise in database management with Microsoft’s prowess in artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud services. The leaders of both corporations aim to revolutionize cloud computing by offering seamless integration of services, facilitating more streamlined cloud management and procurement processes. Clients stand to gain many benefits from this amalgamation, including:
- Enhanced options for migrating the company’s databases to the cloud, with optimal performance, scalability, and availability.
- A unified operating environment within Azure that offers simplified management and heightened security and latency.
- Expanded possibilities for creating cloud-native applications utilizing both Oracle Cloud Infrastructure(OCI) and Azure technologies, incorporating AI services from Azure.
- Infrastructure ensuring reliability and trustworthiness.
“With Oracle Database@Azure, we are ushering in a new era of AI-enhanced cloud computing; by exclusively integrating Oracle’s database services into Azure, we are unlocking a wellspring of innovation, making the transition to the cloud smoother and more efficient for organizations globally,” stated Satya Nadella, Microsoft’s Chairman and CEO.
Larry Ellison, Oracle’s Chairman and CTO, emphasized the initiative’s commitment to meeting the present-day needs of multi-cloud users. “Our collaboration with Microsoft is designed to offer the utmost database and network performance by housing Oracle Exadata hardware in Azure data centres. It’s a strategic move to address the multifaceted needs of modern businesses, many of whom utilize multiple cloud platforms”.
The service tackles the prevailing challenges associated with adopting multi-cloud architectures, such as fragmented management systems and convoluted purchasing pathways. The integration will permit organizations to harness the power of both company’s technological advancements through a centralized portal, the Azure portal. As organizations gear up to embrace this new frontier in cloud computing, the partnership promises a pathway to digital innovation that is both customer-centric and geared towards future growth.