Analysts are speculating whether the migration of Azure Blockchain of Microsoft to Quorum Blockchain Service of ConsenSys be a piece of good news or not. Hence lately, as similar to the cryptocurrency sector, the blockchain industry is constantly undergoing advanced developments.
It has been recently revealed that most of the enterprise blockchain solutions are migrating from private, closed networks to open, public systems. A major segment of this has been made possible due to the recent advancements in the Ethereum network, that are ensuring better expandability, privacy, throughput, and much for enterprise clients.
Microsoft has recently made an announcement regarding the migration of its Azure Blockchain Service to alternative offerings.
Emmanuel Marchal, the Global Head of Sales for the blockchain company ConsenSys has said:
In addition to this, it includes having a managed service for Quorum, and based on the strong relationship between Microsoft and ConsenSys, Marchal explains:
Although as of now, it may seem unfortunate for the Azure Blockchain Service of Microsoft that it is coming to an end, Marchal sees this as another milestone reached.
Paul Brody, the Global Blockchain Lead at Ernst & Young addressed that the program of the Big Four firm with Microsoft and Xbox will remain unchanged and said: