Microsoft and Oracle expand partnership to meet demand for Oracle Database@Azure

Microsoft and Oracle expand partnership to meet demand for Oracle Database@Azure

Dan DeLong

Solution has now made its debut in Europe with 15 more cloud regions planned for 2024

Amber Hickman |

Microsoft and Oracle, a provider of cloud database solutions, have expanded their partnership to meet growing customer demand for Oracle Database@Azure, Oracle’s solution for consolidating data between platforms. 

The solution is now available in the Germany West Central region in Frankfurt, marking its debut in Europe, with five additional regions added to the availability roadmap for 2024, bringing the total to 15. 

Planned regions for the service include Australia East, Brazil South, Canada Central, France Central, Central India, Italy North, Japan East, Southeast Asia, Sweden Central, UK South, Central US, South Central US and the United Aram Emirates North cloud regions. 

“We have embraced the tremendous global customer demand for Oracle Database@Azure and are hence announcing five additional regions to the road map today,” said Karan Batta, senior vice president of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). “We are energised by the Global 500 companies in financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and more that are already utilising Oracle Database@Azure. The increased uptick in demand and emerging and unified use cases across OCI and Microsoft Azure demonstrate just how important the multicloud deployments are for our joint customers.” 

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