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Tech Company Microsoft To Help Developers Build Enterprise Blockchain Applications

Microsoft Corporation is a tech company who wants to help developers in building enterprise blockchain applications. The developers can even manage the enterprise blockchain applications.
The company has made a partnership with a blockchain startup called Truffle. Tools are integrated into the Azure cloud computing service. The main purpose of the integration of the tools is to help the developers. Truffle has built the tools. The tools are known as Truffle tools. The integration of Truffle is also done with an open-source enterprise blockchain Quorum of JPMorgan.
Azure customers can build either upon a public Ethereum blockchain or a private Ethereum blockchain. Adobe, HP, the International Hotels Group, and legions of smaller projects are the Azure customers.
The tech company Microsoft Corporation will support the Azure customers for this building.
The principal program manager of Azure Blockchain Engineering Marc Mercuri said, “We really believe in the power of blockchain. This is not some arbitrary thing that we’re going to do because customers are forcing us.”
An extension to Microsoft Visual Studio Code is the newly integrated service of this alignment. Developers are helped for the development of smart contracts. They are also helped for testing the smart contracts at the local level before the deployment of the smart contracts. Helping teams in monitoring the real-time blockchain apps performance is one more service of this alignment, Forbes reported.
The tech company Microsoft Corporation was established in the year 1975. It is headquartered in Redmond, WA. Empowering every person along with every firm is a mission of Microsoft Corporation. It employs 114,000 passionate people who are working hard to fulfilling the mission. The company brings a transformation in their businesses. Microsoft and its customers are helped in flourishing in this world. Its business is expanded across 170 countries, according to the official LinkedIn account of Microsoft.
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Shabnam Dhar is a Copy Editor for OWLT Market.

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