Mission Critical Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) is a solution that enables customers to run distributed ledger workloads on the highest availability enterprise platforms. Mission Critical DLT is a distributed ledger technology that is used to record transactions across a decentralized network of computers and has a wide range of potential applications across industries.
As an open, flexible, and scalable platform, Azure supports a rapidly growing number of distributed ledger technologies that address specific business and technical requirements for security, performance, and operational processes. Our intelligence services, like Cortana Intelligence Suite, provide unique data management and analysis capabilities that no other platform is able to offer. And the vast Microsoft partner ecosystem extends the capabilities of our platforms and services in a way to fit specific roles and industry needs.
Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) provides a rapid, low-cost, low-risk, and fail-fast platform for organizations to collaborate together by experimenting with new business processes—backed by a cloud platform with the largest compliance portfolio in the industry.
HPE Mission Critical DLT is ranked 8th in Blockchain as a Service while Microsoft Azure Blockchain as a Service is ranked 1st in Blockchain as a Service. HPE Mission Critical DLT is rated 0.0, while Microsoft Azure Blockchain as a Service is rated 0.0. On the other hand, HPE Mission Critical DLT is most compared with Hyperledger Fabric, whereas Microsoft Azure Blockchain as a Service is most compared with Hyperledger Fabric, IBM Blockchain as a Service, AWS Blockchain Templates, Amazon Managed Blockchain and Oracle Autonomous Blockchain Cloud Service.
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