According to a Cointelegraph report on February 19, commercial blockchain Lition announced that Microsoft has officially introduced Lition's blockchain solution into its Azure cloud computing market.
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This makes Lition a blockchain that is currently supported by major cloud providers. Microsoft has also become the first company to bring blockchain to the field of cloud services, and continues to maintain its leading position in blockchain adoption.
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Global businesses will benefit from blockchain adoption
Microsoft announced that it has integrated the Lition blockchain into Azure. Microsoft Azure's global enterprise customers can develop, test and deploy Lition's sidechains and applications with a click of a button on their platform. Dr. Richard Lohwasser, CEO of Lition, added:
Lition is committed to providing an entrance to the blockchain for all organizations. We believe that making integration as seamless as possible is critical to addressing the flaws of low blockchain adoption. Azure will be an important asset for our customers.
Azure dominates cloud computing market
Azure is the main driver of Microsoft's cloud business. Currently, the platform has the second largest share of the $ 229 billion public cloud market and serves large enterprise customers. Azure customers include more than 95% of the Fortune 500 companies, including Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola, Boeing and Samsung.
Cointelegraph tried to contact Lition's online marketing manager Benni Woerpel to comment on the news, but as of the press's deadline, no response had been received.