Google Cloud services are starting to show up on Microsoft’s Azure cloud, but it’s not clear when that’s going to happen.
Microsoft says it plans to start offering Google Cloud as an option in Azure in the coming months.
“Microsoft Cloud is now available to customers of Google Cloud Platform,” Microsoft spokesperson Chris Johnson told TechCrunch in an email.
“We are committed to supporting Azure and Azure customers with new and enhanced features for the next several years.”
Johnson says Microsoft Cloud is a “next-generation cloud platform with new capabilities and enhancements” that allows customers to run “cloud services at scale.”
“Today’s announcement by Microsoft means that customers will be able to easily deploy cloud-based applications on Azure.
Microsoft Cloud also provides customers with enhanced capabilities to manage and manage their data, while enabling them to accelerate and secure their infrastructure.”
Microsoft is also offering Azure for Windows 10 on a two-year lease, for $50 per month per user.
Microsoft says Azure is now “coming to Windows Azure” and that customers can “begin to deploy Google Cloud on Microsoft Azure.”
Microsoft says that the company is also “exploring ways to bring Cloud to Windows Server.”