Two technology giants, Microsoft and Oracle, reached an agreement to establish a high-speed connection between the data centers of the two companies, so that cloud computing services work together to counter the current industry’s Amazon cloud service (AWS). 

The cooperation between the two companies is aimed at large enterprise users, with high-speed connections between data centers, starting from facilities in the eastern United States and extending to other regions. 

Scott Guthrie, director of cloud computing at Microsoft, said Oracle’s corporate expertise will help both customers accelerate the migration of enterprise applications and databases to the public cloud. 

Don Johnson, executive vice president of Oracle’s cloud infrastructure division, also pointed out that the common customers of the two companies can migrate all their existing applications to the cloud without any redesign and retain the large investment already invested.

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