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Azure Partner Updates: Managed database; Infrastructure mapping; Fiber connectivity

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,

YugabyteDB launches on Azure, Kentik maps Azure infrastructure, and Lightpath introduces fiber connectivity for Azure ExpressRoute.

YugabyteDB launches on Azure

Yugabyte, a California-based distributed SQL database company announced the public availability of YugabyteDB Managed on Azure. With the update, customers are able to deploy the offering as a managed database as a service across the three largest cloud providers. Currently, the service is available in 66 regions including 15 Azure regions.

Yugabyte works to maintain a high availability service by combining PostgreSQL with distributed cloud native architecture. To achieve this it dynamically scale database clusters and works to make workloads easy to transfer.

"We are building YugabyteDB to be the cloud native database of choice for modern business-critical applications. The introduction of YugabyteDB Managed on Azure brings us closer to the vision of enabling organizations to run apps in any cloud at any scale with zero downtime. Enterprises are picking Microsoft Azure as their cloud service of choice or as part of a multi-cloud strategy. By offering Azure as a public cloud option for YugabyteDB Managed, we are aligning with the database modernization needs of our customers,” stated Karthik Ranganathan, co-founder and CTO, Yugabyte.

Kentik maps Azure infrastructure

Kentik, a network observability company, announced the general availability of Kentik Map for Azure. The offering provides network observability for multi-cloud and particularly Azure infrastructure in Kentik Cloud.

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