Thanks to a new partnership, technology giant Microsoft announced on Wednesday that it is bringing blockchain data integration to the benefit of its Azure users. A partnership between web 3.0 data warehousing service provider Space and Time and Microsoft makes it easy to bring real-time blockchain data to access, manage and perform analytics, the companies said. It now allows developers to deploy the Space and Time data warehouse directly from the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.

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Microsoft support in Web 3.0 Space

This collaboration would enable the true data access in a one-click implementation. Microsoft said this partnership is aligned with the goal of supporting customers with their business needs, including Web 3.0 scenarios and use cases. In a statement, Kathleen Mitford, a Microsoft executive, said Microsoft Azure and Space and Time will provide developers with the tools they need to build the next generation of blockchain use cases.

“The one-click deployment of Space and Time on the Azure Marketplace provides developers with a trusted intermediary to quickly and easily onboard large volumes of enterprise data for smart contracts, as well as new use cases for indexed blockchain data.”

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