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Azure Partner Roundup: Software security; AI imaging; Data lake

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,

RapidFort deploys offering in Azure Marketplace, Flywheel expands AI imaging partnership with Microsoft and NVIDIA, and Dremio Cloud launches for Azure.

RapidFort deploys offering in Azure Marketplace

RapidFort, a California-based cybersecurity company, announced that its Software Attack Surface Management offering is now available in Azure Marketplace. The offering is intended to harden Azure Kubernetes Service workloads against attack, supporting rapid scanning of common vulnerabilities with RapidFort Runtime Protection.

“Our inclusion in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace is another crucial step forward in our go-to-market strategy as we expand access to our powerful solution, and tackle the growing challenge of software security. This affirms our innovative approach to software attack surface management. As we expand access to our platform, we're expediting our mission, empowering customers to effortlessly secure and optimize their software with the operational efficiency and security benefits of RapidFort,” stated Mehran Farimani, CEO at RapidFort.

Flywheel expands AI imaging partnership with Microsoft and NVIDIA

Flywheel, a Minnesota-based medical imaging AI company announced that it is collaborating with Microsoft and NVIDIA. Currently, the company’s technology is integrated with NVIDIA MONAI and Azure Machine Learning Studio. Most recently, the company has launched its offering in Azure Marketplace integrated with MLOps capabilities. Flywheel aims to have customers enhance cohort discovery and enrich images with refined radiology data.

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