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Software AG joins with Microsoft to speed up Azure migration

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German integration software provider Software AG has teamed up with Microsoft to help businesses speed up and simplify migration to the Azure cloud service provided by the latter firm while ensuring business continuity.

In a statement, Software AG said its new Cloud Migration Accelerator, which was based on its webMethods.io integration platform, would allow businesses to connect to applications, cloud services and data much faster than in the past.

Software AG chief executive Sanjay Brahmawar said businesses which wanted to to migrate to Microsoft Azure would benefit from technology that served as "the critical connective tissue" that allows easy and fast access to applications, cloud services and data during the migration process.

“Our solution with Microsoft enables enterprises to have a truly connected ecosystem,” he said.

“Customers will not only accelerate migration, but can also spark innovation and turn data into real value as they safeguard their most important IT assets.”

Judson Althoff, executive vice-president, Worldwide Commercial Business at Microsoft Corporation, said: “Most large cloud migrations face the challenge of ensuring business continuity while the IT landscape changes at the same time.

"Software AG’s webMethods gives enterprises the opportunity to create a smooth migration path to the cloud and immediately capitalise on the benefits of Microsoft Azure.”

The Cloud Migration Accelerator based on webMethods.io is available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace as a SaaS offering.

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