Microsoft and Google to open cloud system development partnership

Microsoft and Amazon will launch an integrated system development business in the U.S., the company announced today.

The move, announced at the Microsoft developer conference in San Francisco, comes after Microsoft and AWS jointly announced the launch of an integrated cloud system developer program, according to Microsoft.

This partnership will support Microsoft Azure cloud solutions.

The partnership will also support Amazon’s CloudFormation platform, which is designed to help businesses manage and manage their data across multiple cloud-based computing platforms.

Microsoft announced the integration with Amazon’s platform earlier this year.

The new integrated system developer will support Azure and AWS cloud-native applications, including Salesforce, Salesforce Enterprise, Amazon CloudFront, Amazon Lambda, Amazon Web Services, Amazon S3, AWS Lambda Compute, Amazon Elastic MapReduce, Amazon Hadoop, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon DynamoID.

Microsoft has previously announced that it will integrate Amazon Web services and AWS Lambdas, but Microsoft and other partners haven’t yet made that promise.

Amazon announced its own cloud system developers program in 2015, but hasn’t released details of what it is currently working on.

AWS LambDas are available for both Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Azure Compute Ecosystem (MECE) customers.

Microsoft is also bringing its own integrated system software development program, the Microsoft Developer Solutions Business Suite (DSBS), to AWS in the new partnership.