This will be made possible due to TIBCO Cloud Integration being able to connect to almost 200 endpoints.
These capabilities had al been available on Amazon Web Services, meaning that users of both infrastructures can leverage hybrid cloud technologies.
“Application integration, connections, and deployment are often the ‘messy middle’ when it comes to business application and endpoint amalgamation,” said Matt Quinn, chief operating officer at TIBCO. “TIBCO Cloud Integration in Azure gives customers functionally rich, pre-built connectors for Microsoft applications like the Dynamics 365 ecosystem and Azure Cloud Services.
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“Businesses can now implement and integrate solutions, as well as virtually all endpoints within a managed environment in Azure.
“Today, we have one of the few integration solutions available on both AWS and Microsoft Azure, giving customers a high degree of flexibility and choice in their deployment options when connecting to their Microsoft applications, services, and IT landscape.”
This development is also set to accommodate SAP ecosystems, with users of SAP now able to migrate to Microsoft Azure without having to stop connecting SAP across their enterprise.
This is due to a recently announced partnership between Microsoft and SAP completed under the name Project Embrace.