Oracle Joins Microsoft's Visual Studio

Friday May 21st 2004 by Staff

The database software maker offers an olive branch to its rival to help its customers dovetail Oracle's products with Visual Studio .NET 2003.


In a move considered by some to be an easing of tensions between rivals, Oracle (Quote, Chart) has joined Microsoft's Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP) program as a premier-level partner.

"Microsoft is pleased to announce our partnership with Oracle," said Eric Rudder, senior vice president of Servers and Tools at Microsoft in a statement issued Thursday. "The integration of Oracle's products with Visual Studio .NET 2003 will provide our mutual customers with a more productive developer environment for building Oracle applications on the Microsoft Windows platform."

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