A major milestone for Microsoft Azure platform to have Adobe as a cloud partner in the cut-throat competitive marketplace.
GreatResponder.com A big news surfaced at the start of this week that created a heavy stir in the cloud computing marketplace. This news was the announcement made by Microsoft Corporation that it has partnered with the Adobe Corporation to use its MS Azure cloud platform for its numerous solutions in the cloud.
This announcement was made to inform that the Adobe will use the Azure platform as the preferred cloud computing platform for its three major cloud computing based services. These three major services of the Adobe Corporation include Document Cloud, Marketing Cloud, and Creative Cloud.
It was further informed in the official statement that Adobe will also benefit from the Cortana Intelligence Service offered by the Microsoft’s artificial intelligence program. The company will also use the SQL servers of Microsoft Corporation.
It is very important to note that this news may not augur well for the Amazon Web Services AWS because Adobe is associated with the AWS for its many cloud based services.
While talking about the customer demands and their solutions in the marketplace, the CEO of Adobe Corporation, Mr. Shantanu Narayen, in his official statement said, “Customers today expect a well-designed, personalized and consistent experience every time they engage with a brand. Adobe and Microsoft will bring together the cloud horsepower and end-to-end capabilities and brands need to design and deliver great digital experiences.”
The CEO of Adobe has already hinted at that the company was going to establish partnership with Microsoft Corporation later on. He then said, “We have completely reformed how in the cloud we can reimagine the creative process as well as documents.”
The CEO of Microsoft Corporation, Mr. Satya Nadella, while talking about the importance of this deal, in his official statement said, “It is a massive milestone to have partnership with Adobe Corporation for cloud services.”
It was further informed in the official statement that Microsoft Corporation will also use Adobe’s flagship marketing platform as the preferred platform marketing for Dynamic Enterprise 365. And also, both of the companies will integrate the features and capabilities of their cloud services to provide a better environment for the customers using the services of these companies.
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