Thanks to a new partnership, tech giant Microsoft on Wednesday announced bringing blockchain data integration for the benefit of its Azure users. A partnership between web 3.0 data warehousing service provider Space and Time and Microsoft makes it easy to bring real time blockchain data for accessing, managing and performing analytics, the companies said. With this, developers can now deploy the Space and Time data warehouse directly from the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
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Microsoft Support In Web 3.0 Space
This partnership would make the real data access possible in a one click deployment. Microsoft said this partnership is aligned with its goal of supporting customers with their business needs including web 3.0 scenarios and use cases. In a statement, Kathleen Mitford, a Microsoft executive, said Microsoft Azure and Space and Time will provide developers with the tools they need to build the next generation of blockchain use cases.
“The one-click deployment of Space and Time on the Azure Marketplace provides developers with a trustless intermediary to quickly and easily onboard large volumes of enterprise data to smart contracts, as well as new use cases for indexed blockchain data.”
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