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Cloud computing: Oracle and Microsoft make your database look like it's part of Azure

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Oracle and Microsoft have already created an interconnect between their clouds. The new service makes it easier to leverage that interconnect. It lets joint customers use Oracle database services that look and operate as if they were a native part of Azure. The long-term vision for the new service is for it to be fully integreated into Microsoft Azure.
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Cloud computing: Oracle and Microsoft make your database look like it's part of Azure

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Oracle and Microsoft Announce Availability of Oracle Database Service for Microsoft Azure

Oracle partners with Microsoft to give Azure customers direct, streamlined access to Oracle databases on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

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