WSO2 uses Microsoft Azure to help businesses accelerate cloud adoption

WSO2 uses Microsoft Azure to help businesses accelerate cloud adoption


Partnership will enable WSO2 to deliver APIs, applications and digital identities

Elly Yates-Roberts |

Open-source integration vendor WSO2 has partnered with Microsoft to accelerate the roll-out of cloud-native solutions via Microsoft Azure. 

Over 800 customers – including government agencies and organisations in healthcare and financial services – use WSO2’s products and solutions. The partnership will accelerate the delivery of its Choreo digital platform-as-a-service, which enables users to deliver new digital experiences, and Asgardeo identity-as-a-service, which combines traditional employee identity access management principles with consumer credential security, to help enterprise customers speed up their cloud adoption and digital transformation initiatives.

“WSO2 is pleased to enter into this strategic partnership with Microsoft,” said Sanjiva Weerawarana, founder and CEO of WSO2. “With Microsoft’s trusted cloud and services, the experience that WSO2 has cultivated in its own systems will enable development teams to build digital services that are safer and more secure than ever before. This partnership will allow them to increase their speed of innovation and accelerate our growth and customer adoption.”

WSO2 and Microsoft will work together on go-to-market and co-selling activities, including customer events and a presence on the Azure Marketplace. 

“Our deeper collaboration has never been more important as companies become digital-first workplaces and pioneer new ways of working,” said Harsha Randeny, country manager for Microsoft Sri Lanka and Maldives. “By combining our expertise with WSO2, we have an opportunity and responsibility to deliver innovative solutions that will empower organisations around the world to achieve their productivity goals and cloud ambitions.”

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