In a statement, SUSE said its customers could use existing subscriptions to migrate data centre workloads to Oracle Cloud or else deploy entirely new workloads.
There would be no additional support costs and customers could take advantage of existing relationships, the company added.
“SUSE’s collaboration with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure allows us to meet growing customer demand for the agility and cost benefits of cloud-based business-critical applications,” said Naji Almahmoud, SUSE vice-president of Global Alliances.
"Innovating with partners and communities, SUSE delivers and supports enterprise-grade Linux and other solutions that enable customers to create, deploy and manage workloads anywhere – on premises, hybrid and multi-cloud – with exceptional service, value and flexibility.”
Vinay Kumar, vice-president, Product Management, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, said, “SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offers enterprises more choice as they transition to the cloud.
"Our combined solutions support the core values of Oracle Cloud, which include performance, reliability and scalability for all types of workloads, while providing a path to protect existing investments and build new, cloud native applications.
"Oracle and SUSE have a common goal of providing open and reliable infrastructure to support our customers’ digital transformation.”