Azure Marketplace new offers – June 16, 2023
Published Jun 16 2023 02:34 PM 1,825 Views
Microsoft

We continue to expand the Azure Marketplace ecosystem. For this volume, 81 new offers successfully met the onboarding criteria and went live. See details of the new offers below:

 

Get it now in our marketplace

.NET 6 Software Framework on Debian 10.png

.NET 6.0 on Debian 10: .NET is a highly functional framework for building many types of software such as web applications, games, IoT, and more. It includes tools, libraries, and languages that support modern, scalable, high-performance software development, and is supported by an active developer community.

.NET 6 Software Framework on Debian 11.png

.NET 6.0 on Debian 11: Create mobile, web, and desktop applications and games with .NET, a convenient software development platform. It includes many tools to facilitate your work, such as Microsoft Visual Studio, which helps you write code faster, test your code, and collaborate with fellow developers.

.NET 6 Software Framework on Ubuntu Server 18.04.png

.NET 6.0 on Ubuntu Server 18.04: .NET 6.0 provides high performance with low memory use, and includes tools, libraries, and languages to support modern, scalable, and high-performance software development. Use it to create desktop, mobile, and web applications and games.

.NET 6 Software Framework on Ubuntu Server 20.04.png

.NET 6.0 on Ubuntu Server 20.04: Web applications built using .NET 6.0 can be easily hosted on any service provider. Version 6.0 includes a hot reload feature which lets you change an application’s source code and instantly apply changes to the running application.

.NET 6 Software Framework on Ubuntu Server 22.04.jpg

.NET 6.0 on Ubuntu Server 22.04: .NET is a large, efficient multi-component framework for software development. Version 6.0 provides faster checking of interfaces and their use in type conversions; this and other changes led to a significant increase in performance and decreased memory allocation.

GLPI on Debian 10.jpg

GLPI on Debian 10: GLPI is a powerful asset management tool you can use to conduct inventory of computers, servers, and office equipment as well as programs and licenses installed on them. Use it to create a knowledge base to track expenses, contracts, and suppliers.

GLPI on Debian 11.jpg

GLPI on Debian 11: With GLPI, you can build an inventory database for your company, tracking computers, devices, printers, network components, and consumables, as well as their associated contracts, licenses, and programs.

GLPI on Ubuntu 18.04.jpg

GLPI on Ubuntu 18.04: Manage hardware, software, and datacenters with GLPI, a powerful inventory management system with advanced features like notification mail tracking and methods for creating a basic network topology database.

GLPI on Ubuntu 20.04.jpg

GLPI on Ubuntu 20.04: GLPI is a resource information manager for your computers, software, licenses, printers, supplies, contracts, and more. It lets you save the history of maintenance and other procedures, and you can extend its functionality seamlessly with plugins.

HappServe.png

HappServe: HappServe is a web-based customer service management system that allows officials and urban local bodies (ULB) to enhance citizen satisfaction through tracking and resolution of citizen complaints.

iPerf3 on Debian 10.jpg

iPerf3 on Debian 10: iPerf3 is a powerful tool for measuring network bandwidth over protocols such as TCP, UDP, and SCTP. It tests the bandwidth between any two networked computers to determine whether an application can be transmitted, and it measures LAN and wireless LAN throughput.

iPerf3 on Debian 11.jpg

iPerf3 on Debian 11: iPerf3 provides a quick and handy method for measuring network performance without extra effort. Its test results include time interval in seconds, data transferred, transfer rate, loss, and other useful network performance parameters.

iPerf3 on Oracle Linux 8.6.jpg

iPerf3 on Oracle Linux 8.6: iPerf3 is a reliable network testing tool that can create TCP and UDP data streams and measure the throughput of the network carrying them. Use it to set various parameters used for testing a network, or for optimizing and tuning it.

iPerf3 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6.jpg

iPerf3 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6: Measure network performance with iPerf3, an easy-to-use solution that provides helpful information for further configuration and improvement. It generates load TCP and UDP traffic between hosts to quickly measure the maximum network bandwidth.

iPerf3 on SUSE Linux Enterprise 12.jpg

iPerf3 on SUSE Linux Enterprise 12: iPerf3 is a network performance and bandwidth measurement tool that can run as a server or as a client, with the server listening on a given port and the client connecting to it. Its long history of development has made it a robust and reliable option.

iPerf3 on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15.jpg

iPerf3 on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15: Use iPerf3 to review your network, find weak spots, and determine what should be corrected. It sends self-generated TCP traffic from one end to the other, generating statistics based on throughput between the client and server nodes.

iPerf3 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.jpg

iPerf3 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS: iPerf3 is a powerful solution for measuring network performance. It provides all the important information you need about your network and lets you easily analyze its condition for further configuration.

iPerf3 on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.jpg

iPerf3 on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS: Whether you just want to measure network bandwidth or need a much more detailed analysis, iPerf3 is a functional, helpful tool. For each test, it displays information about throughput, loss, and other related parameters.

iPerf3 on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS.jpg

iPerf3 on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS: iPerf3 is a TCP, UDP, and SCTP traffic generator for testing network bandwidth. The latest version was written from scratch to be more efficient and productive, with a smaller, simpler code base and library.

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Debian 10.png

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Debian 10: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Bedrock edition of Minecraft on Debian 10. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Debian 11.png

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Debian 11: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Bedrock edition of Minecraft on Debian 11. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Oracle Linux 8.6.png

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Oracle Linux 8.6: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Bedrock edition of Minecraft on Oracle Linux 8.6. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6.png

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Bedrock edition of Minecraft on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15.png

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Bedrock edition of Minecraft on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.png

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Bedrock edition of Minecraft on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.png

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Bedrock edition of Minecraft on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS.png

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Bedrock edition of Minecraft on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Java Game Server on Debian 10.jpg

Minecraft Java Game Server on Debian 10: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Java edition of Minecraft on Debian 10. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Java Game Server on Debian 11.jpg

Minecraft Java Game Server on Debian 11: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Java edition of Minecraft on Debian 11. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Java Game Server on Oracle Linux 8.6.png

Minecraft Java Game Server on Oracle Linux 8.6: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Java edition of Minecraft on Oracle Linux 8.6. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Java Game Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6.png

Minecraft Java Game Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Java edition of Minecraft on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Java Game Server on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15.jpg

Minecraft Java Game Server on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Java edition of Minecraft on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Bedrock Game Server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.png

Minecraft Java Game Server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Java edition of Minecraft on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Java Game Server on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.png

Minecraft Java Game Server on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Java edition of Minecraft on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Minecraft Java Game Server on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS.jpg

Minecraft Java Game Server on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS: Art Group provides a ready-to-run server for the Java edition of Minecraft on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. Art Group packages images according to industry standards and monitors the libraries and components for application updates and vulnerabilities.

Packer on CentOS Stream 8.png

Packer on CentOS Stream 8: Packer lets you create machine images for various platforms from a unique initial configuration. It installs and configures all the software for a machine at the time the image is built so bugs can be caught early, rather than after a machine is launched.

Packer on Debian 10.png

Packer on Debian 10: Packer can build images and deploy them in parallel, allowing you to build images for different hosts and your private cloud at practically the same time. These recreations of base images can be tested upfront and automated, reducing errors.

Packer on Debian 11.png

Packer on Debian 11: If you struggle with keeping infrastructure configuration in sync across multiple machines and environments, Packer can help. It builds automated machine images for multiple environments with the same configuration as the original image.

Packer on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.png

Packer on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS: Packer is an open-source tool for building machine images for cloud platforms, virtual machines, containers, and more from a single source configuration. Use it to manage an entire image hierarchy for various platforms, systems, and services.

Packer on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.png

Packer on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS: Packer provides a major benefit for users who need to create images for multiple platforms. It lets you create custom virtual machine images for various platforms such as KVM, VMWare, Vagrant, Docker, AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and more.

RustDesk on Debian 10.jpg

RustDesk on Debian 10: RustDesk is a remote controller that supports messaging and file exchange and allows you to configure access rights. There is also a web client you can use to connect and control remote devices using a browser.

RustDesk on Debian 11.png

RustDesk on Debian 11: Use RustDesk to control and work on remote devices. In addition to acting as a remote viewer, it provides file sharing between devices. It also guarantees proper protection by encrypting the connection between devices.

RustDesk on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.jpg

RustDesk on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS: You can use RustDesk to remotely access other computers. It offers end-to-end encryption for security and supports access control based on roles to restrict access to authorized users only. View logs and manage access and permissions using the console provided.

RustDesk on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.jpg

RustDesk on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS: RustDesk is an effective application used to access the desktop interface of a remote computer locally. It also lets you access data and resources on a remote system if the remote access user has been given the necessary permissions.

SkyPoint Cloud (Retail and Hospitality).png

SkyPoint Cloud (Retail and Hospitality): SkyPoint Cloud is a modern data stack platform that helps organizations unlock the full potential of their data. It provides a single, unified platform for data integration, analytics, and AI so teams can collaborate and make informed decisions.

Soul Machines - Digital People.png

Soul Machines - Digital People: Soul Machines brings technologies like generative AI to life using autonomous animation. Its Digital People can act as influencers, brand ambassadors, and even virtual celebrities, interacting with fans, followers, and customers.

Squid on Debian 10 Minimal.jpg

Squid on Debian 10 Minimal: Squid can improve the speed and security of your local network while filtering viruses and advertisements to deliver information from the web cleanly and safely. Its rich variety of features helps you stay anonymous online and protects your team’s internet activity.

Squid on Debian 11 Minimal.jpg

Squid on Debian 11 Minimal: Squid supports various protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, GOPHER, and many more, letting you set restrictions on websites during working hours while acting as a remote intermediary that can provide anonymous internet browsing.

Squid on Oracle Linux 8.6 Minimal.jpg

Squid on Oracle Linux 8.6 Minimal: Squid can hide or change your IP address, allowing you to visit websites you’ve previously been blocked from. It also provides caching of commonly visited sites, reducing traffic consumption while increasing page loading speed.

Squid on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6 Minimal.jpg

Squid on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6 Minimal: Squid protects your local network from unauthorized external access while allowing you to limit access to certain websites, set traffic or bandwidth quotas, and filter ads and viruses.

Squid on SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Minimal.jpg

Squid on SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Minimal: Squid is a proxy server that’s helpful when you need to save consumed traffic. Information received will be compressed before transmission to the user, and files from popular sites are cached for reuse.

Squid on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Minimal.jpg

Squid on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Minimal: Squid acts as a mediator between user computers and internet servers. It can be used to protect from network attacks, keep confidential information safe, and restrict user access to certain types of websites.

Squid on Ubuntu 18.04 Minimal.png

Squid on Ubuntu 18.04 Minimal: By downloading information from the internet and transmitting it to end users in a compressed form, Squid saves network resources. You can also use it to set network limitations and create users and groups of users, then manage internet access for them.

Squid on Ubuntu 20.04 Minimal.jpg

Squid on Ubuntu 20.04 Minimal: It’s easy to configure and use Squid and take advantage of the network acceleration and deeper protection it provides. Use it to protect computers on the local network by only letting them access external resources through a proxy.

Squid on Ubuntu 22.04 Minimal.jpg

Squid on Ubuntu 22.04 Minimal: Squid can be used to avoid regional content bans, whether you encounter them on websites or in applications. You can also use it to monitor traffic and filter it if necessary.

Standard Linux VM Workspace.png

Standard Linux VM Workspace: Africa Media Consortium provides a virtual machine (VM) running Ubuntu 22.04 LTS with two virtual CPUs. This machine is ideal for testing and development, small to medium databases, and it can handle low to medium traffic to webservers.

Standard VM Workspace with Windows Server 2022.png

Standard VM Workspace with Windows Server 2022: Africa Media Consortium provides a virtual machine (VM) with two virtual CPUs running Microsoft Windows Server 2022. It’s ideal for getting familiar with services offered on Azure, as well as testing, development, and databases.

SymphonyAI Summit Asset Management.png

SymphonyAI Summit Asset Management: This IT asset management solution from SymphonyAI Summit helps you manage the asset life cycle from procurement to disposal. Use it to control spending with software license governance and compliance and eliminate overbuying by right-sizing future purchases.

SymphonyAI Summit CINDE Digital Agent.png

SymphonyAI Summit CINDE Digital Agent: CINDE is an AI-powered digital agent that saves time and money by personalizing every service conversation. It responds to incoming tickets intelligently to resolve most issues automatically, giving agents more time to focus on high-impact work.

SymphonyAI Summit Service Automation.png

SymphonyAI Summit Service Automation: This solution from SymphonyAI Summit integrates IT service management (ITSM) with its built-in use case library to provide zero-touch automation of service requests. You can configure multiple options to trigger the workflow per your business needs.

SymphonyAI Summit Service Management.png

SymphonyAI Summit Service Management: SymphonyAI Summit Service Management is an ITIL-compliant solution that uses the latest advances in service automation provided by AI-powered digital agents. It’s deployable on premises or in the cloud and can help automate repetitive tasks.

Webmin on Debian 10.jpg

Webmin on Debian 10: Webmin is a functional, productive Linux server administration application that lets you manage all aspects of your virtual private server or dedicated server from a graphical interface instead of the command line. Its modular architecture makes it simple to add new functionality.

Webmin on Debian 11.jpg

Webmin on Debian 11: Webmin is a web-based interface for UNIX or Linux system administration. Use it to manage DNS settings and user accounts, configure and change settings for standard packages, and carry out other administrative processes.

Webmin on Oracle Linux 8.6.jpg

Webmin on Oracle Linux 8.6: Webmin eliminates the need to manually edit Linux and UNIX configuration files, and lets you manage servers from the console or remotely. If an application you’d like to control with Webmin isn’t supported, you can use the API to build a new module for it.

Webmin on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6.jpg

Webmin on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6: Webmin lets you administer UNIX and Linux operating systems through a web interface, allowing you to do so without memorizing system commands. It includes hundreds of modules and dozens of design themes.

Webmin on SUSE Linux Enterprise 12.jpg

Webmin on SUSE Linux Enterprise 12: Webmin is a convenient utility for administering a UNIX or Linux server from a console or remotely. Users, service or configuration files, disc quotas, and open-source applications can all be customized with Webmin’s administrative tools.

Webmin on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15.jpg

Webmin on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15: You don’t need to learn every detail of a UNIX or Linux application to administer it. With Webmin, you can manage it via an intuitively clear and handy web interface. Webmin provides abundant management tools that can be expanded by adding modules.

Webmin on Ubuntu 18.04.jpg

Webmin on Ubuntu 18.04: Without experience using command line tools, Linux system administration can be difficult. Webmin offers an efficient and clear web interface instead, and its functionality can be extended as needed by adding new modules.

Webmin on Ubuntu 20.04.jpg

Webmin on Ubuntu 20.04: Webmin gives you visibility of the main resources and functions of your Linux system. Its web interface is a convenient way to manage the system without learning lots of commands, making it ideal for newer administrators.

Webmin on Ubuntu 22.04.jpg

Webmin on Ubuntu 22.04: After installing Webmin, you can remotely manage and configure a Linux server through any browser using a convenient graphical interface. Use it for backups, bootup and shutdown, password changes, filesystems, logs, updates, Apache, MySQL, and more.

Wireguard on Debian 10.jpg

Wireguard on Debian 10: Wireguard is designed to provide significant network performance improvements by combining fast cryptographic primitives and its own VPN protocol. It also features built-in resistance to key spoofing, denial of service, and replay attacks.

Wireguard on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6.jpg

Wireguard on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.6: Originally planned as a productive and less resource-intensive alternative to configuration protocols, Wireguard is a VPN that provides reliable protection, even when using an unreliable public internet connection.

Wireguard on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15.jpg

Wireguard on SUSE Linux Enterprise 15: The VPN protocol you use plays a big role in determining the speed, security, and reliability of your connection. Wireguard is a modern VPN that is very lightweight and uses the ChaCha20 cipher to encrypt and protect your data.

Wireguard on Ubuntu 18.04.jpg

Wireguard on Ubuntu 18.04: Wireguard is a powerful instrument that offers an open-source protocol and uses modern cryptography. By working inside the Linux kernel, it guarantees secure and high-speed network performance.

Wireguard on Ubuntu 20.04.jpg

Wireguard on Ubuntu 20.04: With state-of-the-art cryptography to ensure secure communications, Wireguard is a VPN that protects your data from compromise. It uses the Noise Protocol to obfuscate packet metadata so each packet can be negotiated privately without involving third parties.

Wireguard on Ubuntu 22.04.jpg

Wireguard on Ubuntu 22.04: Wireguard is an open-source VPN that was designed with ease of implementation and use in mind. Its current code base is fewer than 4,000 lines of code, enabling easier searching for vulnerabilities to ensure security.

WorkFusion - Custom Digital Worker (Document Extraction).png

WorkFusion - Custom Digital Worker (Document Extraction): This digital worker from WorkFusion uses AI-powered intelligent document processing (IDP) to extract data from structured, semi-structured, and unstructured documents, enriching and validating data from nearly any internal or external system.

WorkFusion - Custom Digital Worker (ML DecisioningClassification).png

WorkFusion - Custom Digital Worker (ML Decisioning/Classification): This solution from WorkFusion lets you create AI-powered workers that retrieve documents or data from common sources, then classify, summarize, cleanse, and enrich what they find.

WorkFusion - Custom RPA bot.png

WorkFusion - Custom RPA bot: Use WorkFusion’s solution to create robotic process automation (RPA) bots that automate the replication of humans interacting with existing applications, systems, and processes, enabling high-volume processing and creation and improvement of workflows.

WorkFusion - Digital Worker Evelyn.png

WorkFusion - Digital Worker Evelyn: Evelyn is WorkFusion’s fully digital sanctions and adverse media screening analyst, designed to protect your organization from sanctioned or risky client relationships by reviewing alerts for screened organizations and risky individuals.

WorkFusion - Digital Worker Tara.png

WorkFusion - Digital Worker Tara: Tara from WorkFusion is a 100 percent digital transaction screening analyst. She reviews transaction alerts using different sanction lists and ingests new alerts generated by screening systems to determine whether each is a false positive.

Co-Authors
Version history
Last update:
‎Jun 08 2023 11:54 AM
Updated by: