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Oracle Corp. announced Wednesday that it has secured a cloud-computing alliance with Microsoft Corp., an acknowledgment that the database giant’s go-it-alone approach to the cloud wasn’t working.

The software makers will connect their data centers so that mutual customers can more easily use cloud services from both companies, said Redwood City, California-based Oracle in a statement. Clients can run applications on Microsoft’s Azure cloud that are tethered to databases on Oracle Cloud. A single login will let customers access either system, the companies said.

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