Wednesday, 10 August 2011 12:25
Microsoft Partners With Fujitsu on Azure Middleware
Fujitsu is shipping four middleware products designed to work with Microsoft's Windows Azure public cloud development platform as well as with Fujitsu's recently-announced Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform (FGCP/A5), which runs on Windows Azure. Included in these s new middleware solutions are runtime environments for Java and Cobol.
Fujitsu announced late Friday that it is shipping four middleware products designed to work with Microsoft's Windows Azure public cloud development platform as well as with Fujitsu's recently-announced Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform (FGCP/A5), which runs on Windows Azure.
The storage giant announced FGCP/A5, with which it hosts Microsoft Azure services in Fujitsu data centers, in June.
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