Oracle Corp. has become the latest public cloud platform provider to team up with VMware Inc. to advance the idea of running computing workloads in a similar way both in corporate data centers and in the cloud. The companies announced today a new partnership that will enable their joint customers to setup hybrid cloud environments that can run VMware services in Oracle’s cloud.
The announcement came at the database and business application giant’s annual OpenWorld user conference taking place in San Francisco, where Chairman and Chief Technology Officer Larry Ellison (pictured) unveiled a raft of other products and services as well. Oracle said it has built a new system that enables joint customers to move VMware-based computing workloads to its cloud without rewriting any code.
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