Lition Blockchain Now Deployable On Microsoft Azure

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And we have another! Lition, a blockchain designed for enterprises and regulated markets, now has official integration on Microsoft Azure, and is now deployable on that cloud.

This makes it one of the few public or private blockchains that are supported by a major cloud provider like Microsoft. At the same time, the Redmond based technology titan continues to remain at the forefront of blockchain adoption by becoming the first to bring this platform to its cloud.

It, obviously, follows the Kaleido business blockchain that became generally available on Azure at the start of this month.

Heavy traffic, eh?

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Lition CEO Dr. Richard Lohwasser certainly believes so:

“Lition is committed to providing an accessible onramp to blockchain for all organizations. We believe that making integration as seamless as possible is vital to bridging the gap to adoption. Azure will be a tremendous asset for our customers. We are excited to bring Lition to their marketplace and show people just how easy it is to put blockchain to work for their business.”


Integration with Azure now provides Lition with the opportunity to gain traction and usage by making the technology visible to one of the largest customer bases and marketplaces in the industry.

Organizations and businesses worldwide can now develop, test, and deploy Lition sidechains and applications easily and efficiently, and Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing infrastructure can take care of all the necessary hardware, software and networking requirements.

At the same time, the Lition user community will also enjoy a higher grade of convenience with streamlined deployment and management.

The blockchain enables anyone the ability to deploy sidechains or join the network as a validator through preconfigured settings on Azure that are available with the click of a button. This seamless process eliminates the need for setting up local servers and manually installing nodes.

More information on Lition is available on its official website.

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