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Cisco secures pathway to Microsoft Cloud with new Azure solutions

Cisco secures pathway to Microsoft Cloud with new Azure solutions

"The rapid delivery of new innovations is a testament to the longstanding and thriving Cisco and Microsoft strategic relationship."

Cisco has announced new integrated solutions resulting from its multi-year commitment to work with Microsoft to drive performance improvements and productivity enhancements across enterprise.

Revealed at Microsoft Ignite, Redmond’s enterprise technology event, the new solutions are designed to simplify the movement and management of workloads between private and hybrid cloud environments by providing a pathway to Microsoft Azure with Cisco intelligent application networking services.

“The rapid delivery of new innovations is a testament to the longstanding and thriving Cisco and Microsoft strategic relationship and commitment to continually extend the value to our customers and drive business outcomes,” says Padmasree Warrior, chief technology and strategy officer, Cisco.

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