Oracle, Verizon Sign Hybrid Cloud Computing Deal

Oracle, Verizon Sign Hybrid Cloud Computing Deal

Verizon has announced that its Secure Cloud Interconnect service will connect with Oracle’s FastConnect service. The partnership could help reduce latency in enterprise hybrid cloud computing deployments.

Verizon customers will have the option of connecting to data center sites in the U.S. or Europe. They will be able to use Verizon’s Dynamic Network Manager software to manage their hybrid cloud connections.

Verizon also has partnerships with many other cloud computing providers, including AWS, Google Cloud, HPE, IBM’s Softlayer, Microsoft Azure, Salesforce and SAP.

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