Microsoft utilizes Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for Bing

Oracle has entered into a multi-year partnership with Microsoft to bolster the AI services used by Microsoft Bing for conversational search capabilities. This collaboration will see Microsoft leveraging both Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and Azure AI infrastructures to enhance the AI model inferencing that powers daily conversational searches on Bing.

The initiative utilizes Oracle Interconnect for Azure, allowing for the orchestration of OCI Compute at scale via managed services such as Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).

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