Microsoft Build 2023: Innovation through Microsoft commercial marketplace


Written by Anthony Joseph, Vice President Marketplace + ISV Journey


As we look forward to Microsoft Build 2023, I am inspired by the innovation coming from our ISV partners and SaaS providers building on the Microsoft Cloud.


In the past year, we’ve seen large-scale, generative AI models support the creation of new capabilities that expand our vision of the possible, improve productivity, and ignite creativity. The general availability of Azure OpenAI Service is helping developers apply these models to a variety of use cases such as natural language understanding, writing assistance, code generation, data reasoning, content summarization, and semantic search. With Azure’s enterprise-grade security and built-in responsible AI, the rate of innovation is growing exponentially.


Making new strides in AI

The Microsoft commercial marketplace makes it possible for customers to find, purchase, and deploy innovative applications and services to drive their business outcomes. At Microsoft Build 2023, we’re proud to highlight several partners with AI solutions available in the marketplace:


  • Orkes empowers developers to easily build reliable and secure AI applications, tools, and integrations on Azure with the Conductor open source microservices orchestration platform. With built-in elastic scaling and reliability, teams can more quickly bring applications to market.
  • Run:ai helps companies deliver AI faster and bridge the gap between data science and computing infrastructure by providing a high-performance compute virtualization layer for deep learning, which accelerates the training of neural network models and enables the development of large AI models to help organizations in every industry accelerate AI innovation.
  • Statsig allows any company to experiment like big tech at a fraction of the cost. With advanced feature management tools such as automated A/B testing and integrated product analytics, developers can use data insights to learn faster and build better products.


Read the full article

0 Replies