"We want to ensure that BlackBerry's trusted solutions are available to customers wherever they choose to seek out our products," said BlackBerry global vice-president for enterprise software channels, Richard McLeod.
The BlackBerry products available though Azure Marketplace are BlackBerry AtHoc (crisis communications software, BlackBerry UEM (unified endpoint management that extends to IoT and incorporates the AI-based capabilities from BlackBerry's Cylance subsidiary), BlackBerry Workspaces (secure and collaborative content sharing), and BlackBerry Spark Communications Services (secure communications capabilities embedded into organisations' apps and smart devices).
"Through Microsoft Azure Marketplace, customers around the world can easily find, buy, and deploy partner solutions they can trust, all certified and optimised to run on Azure," said Microsoft Azure Platform senior director Sajan Parihar .
"BlackBerry UEM is trusted by the world's largest organisations to securely enable the Internet of Things," said McLeod.
AWS Canada director Eric Gales said: "This offering gives customers a solution for simplifying the way they manage their growing and evolving environments.
"Customers are looking for secure applications and ease of use, and this new Blackberry solution, now on the AWS Marketplace, hits the mark."