Microsoft and JPMorgan Chase Partner for First Blockchain Ledger on Azure

Ann Santiago
Мая 5, 2019

In a blog post ahead of Build 2019, Mark Russinovich, CTO of Azure at Microsoft, calls Azure Blockchain Service as the foundation for blockchain applications in the cloud. A new service entitled Personalizer will make recommendations to users.

New MLOPs improvements with Azure DevOps integration to help developers better reproduce, audit, and automate the end-to-end machine learning lifecycle. Many developers don't yet know how to write code for blockchain. The beauty of distributed ledgers is the ability to model a database and financial system exactly to the needs you have without significant annual cash outflow, and Microsoft allowing users to set up a cloud-enabled blockchain with minimal resources may be a stepping stone from corporate held databases to individual databases.

Microsoft has integrated its blockchain service with its Azure Active Directory, and there is a dedicated app to manage features like adding new members, granting permission to members and keeping an eye on the network's health.

Microsoft also announced that Azure Search is getting the AI treatment with new "cognitive search" capabilities. Customers will soon be able to apply Cognitive Services algorithms to extract new insights from both their structured and unstructured content.

Visual machine learning interface provides no-code model creation and deployment experience with drag-and-drop capabilities. "IoT Plug and Play will offer customers a large ecosystem of partner-certified devices that can connect quickly".

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Supporting the Blockchain, Plus New LedgersBuilding on the existing Azure Blockchain Workbench, released previous year, Microsoft is announcing Azure Blockchain Service (not to be confused with the old Azure Blockchain as a Service product), which it describes as a "fully managed" blockchain service that enterprises can use to support all types of blockchain applications.

Tech titan Microsoft on Thursday announced that the public preview of Azure Blockchain Service is now available.

Companies are not charged to use JPMorgan's blockchain network.

Quorum, an open source blockchain platform backed by JPMorgan Chase, is the first platform that can be managed via Azure Blockchain Service.

Microsoft's annual developer conference kicks off on Monday, and the company will no doubt have all manner of things to announce for Azure and, if we're lucky, Windows.

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