Before the year-end, Oracle made an announcement regarding its partnership in cloud interoperability with Microsoft. The partnership wants to run mission-critical workloads across Microsoft azure and Oracle cloud to help their joint customers. Interconnect areas that were set up newly will allow organizations to build workloads that can interoperate between Oracle and Microsoft cloud regions in Canada. This will be built upon the existing partnership which was announced in June 2019. Oracle stated that almost 80 percent of the enterprises make use of oracle and Microsoft software to run their business and due to cloud computing’s traction and the business’s reliability on multiple cloud providers has paved way for this partnership to manage important cloud workloads without hassle. The unique partnership provides a multi-cloud solution and makes it easier to deliver good performance and easy integration along with service level agreements.
The partnership provides tools that will help the enterprises to simplify their operations. In a blog post from Oracle’s VP in product management, Vinay Kumar had stated that the new partnership will have interoperability and they would be part of a single to make it easier for the customers to transport workload. The new partnership wants to expand its interconnect to other regions of the US including the West Coast.