The relationship between HPE and Microsoft is expanding in a move that will see the company sell Azure.
The development was revealed during a quarterly conference call between Meg Whitman, CEO, HPE and analysts.
Following HPE’s decision to shut the doors on its public cloud offering, the move sees the company remain in that area of the cloud market. Whitman said that an agreement had been reached with Microsoft that will see HPE sell Azure as its "preferred cloud alternative."
Helion Public Cloud will close on the 31st January 2016.