Azure Partner Roundup: Enterprise apps; Rail inspection; Kubernetes
Lumen teams up with Microsoft, Ardenna launches its Rail-Inspector offering, and D2iQ premieres its Kubernetes Platform on Azure Marketplace.
Lumen expands Microsoft partnership
Lumen Technologies and Microsoft have teamed up on an edge computing and enterprise app delivery initiative. Lumen will support mutual customers with the Lumen Edge Experience Center. Certified Azure deployments will be able to run in Lumen Edge Computing nodes around the world. The initiative also encompasses private 5G networks and enterprise managed solutions.
Lumen plans to use Azure together with Power Apps and Microsoft 365 E5 Security & Compliance.
"By deeply integrating more of our platform services with Microsoft Azure, we can help businesses quickly utilize their data for the insights they want and need, with the ability to support unique and customized use cases. We're excited about the innovations and amazing new digital experiences we can enable for our mutual customers by extending Azure to the edge of our global network," said Shaun Andrews, executive vice president and chief marketing officer for Lumen, in a statement.
Rail inspection offering launches in Azure Marketplace
Ardenna, a Hampton, Virginia-based image processing and machine learning provider announced the availability of its Rail-Inspector offering in Azure Marketplace. The SaaS offering provides a visual, digital record of the condition of railroad tracks, in an effort to support railroad asset managers.
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