Users of Microsoft Azure cloud services who have a direct Enterprise Agreement (EA) or a web-direct Azure subscription, have been able to browse and purchase from a market place of over 3000 pre-configured applications and services since last year. Microsoft has just extended access to this Azure Marketplace to include organisations that have an EA agreement via Microsoft partners.
This allows indirect EA subscribers to be billed for Azure Marketplace applications and services via existing billing arrangements with their Microsoft Partner of choice. No need to manage separate Azure billing via credit card, even when you don’t have a direct agreement with Microsoft. Azure Marketplace includes our industry leading KEMP LoadMaster load balancer that you can deploy easily into your Azure cloud infrastructure, and pay for via your Microsoft Partner.
For more information and the recent changes, go to the Azure Marketplace news.