Recently I presented at the Windows Azure Conference 2014 on Deploying & Configuring Oracle on Windows Azure as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
As Organizations are looking to cut down their I.T infrastructure costs, they are looking at 2 options viz Virtualization or private cloud And Public Cloud. Microsoft’s vision, strategy & commitment to it’s customers is to provide private & public cloud platforms for the customers that will enable them to have hybrid deployment strategies to deploy & configure their software.
While Oracle’s vision & strategy is to give it’s customers greater choice and flexibility to deploy Oracle software on multiple platforms thereby increasing the usage of Oracle software.
Both Microsoft & Oracle shared a common vision of helping their customers move towards cloud thereby helping the customers reduce their IT costs without any compromise on the supportability & features. With this common vision, Microsoft & Oracle entered into a partnership back in June 2013 and following is the official statement from Microsoft & Oracle on the partnership.
“This partnership will help customers embrace cloud computing by providing greater choice and flexibility in how to deploy Oracle software”
Following is my presentation which I presented at the Windows Azure Conference 2014 held in Bangalore, India on 20,21st March, 2014.
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