• Web3 infrastructure provider Ankr announced a partnership with Microsoft to offer a node hosting service for enterprises.
• The deal will see an integration of technology of Ankr’s innovations in blockchain infrastructure with the software giant’s cloud solutions.
• By combining Ankr’s solutions with Azure, the focus will be to provide a new avenue to attract users and serve RPC traffic through the combine.
Ankr Partners With Microsoft
Web3 infrastructure provider Ankr recently announced a partnership with Microsoft to offer enterprise node hosting services. The goal of the partnership is to integrate technology from Ankr’s innovations in blockchain infrastructure with Microsoft’s cloud solutions, as well as provide global access to low-latency blockchain connections for any Web3 project or developer.
Integrating Technology and Cloud Solutions
The integration of technology and cloud solutions seeks to provide users and developers with more options for scaling their applications and innovating within the decentralized web. According to Chandler Song, Co-Founder & CEO at Ankr, this move is an important step in getting blockchain infrastructure into a larger digital economy sector.
By combining Ankr’s solutions with Azure, users can expect access to new avenues that will help them attract more customers and serve RPC traffic through the combination. This collaboration between two major players in different layers of web systems could result in an era of extremely prolific building for blockchain-based applications from both established enterprises as well as up-and-coming Web3 projects.
Available In Azure Marketplace
The enterprise node deployment service provided by this partnership will be available on Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace platform. This platform seeks to facilitate smooth connections between customers and providers who are offering services via Azure products such as virtual machines (VMs).
Focus On Innovation And Scaling Applications
Ultimately, this collaboration seeks to provide developers and organizations needing access to blockchain data easier access so they can focus less on maintaining their own nodes, and instead focus more on innovating and scaling their applications further than ever before possible.