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Blue Turtle adds Microsoft Gold Data Platform partner to its war chest

Blue Turtle Technologies has further strengthened its Microsoft competencies with the announcement that it has officially been appointed as a Gold partner for Microsoft Data Platform.

Issued by: Blue Turtle Technologies

“As a solutions integrator, Blue Turtle Technologies understands the value of big data in today’s always on always connected society,” says Avash Maharaj, Head of Infrastructure, Cloud and Security at Blue Turtle. “Attaining the Microsoft Gold Data Platform competency displays our understanding of data, and ensures we are able to align and prepare clients for the big data-driven fourth industrial revolution.”

The Microsoft data platform brings AI to data, providing customers with the tools needed to gain a deeper understanding of their business, and insights into the behaviour of customers. It is able to achieve this by bringing machine learning to its database engines as well as to edge devices. This allows for faster predictions and better security in a big data environment.

Aligning with Microsoft, and Microsoft best practices, allows Blue Turtle to offer its clients innovative, practical and secure data solutions, ranging from managed services to professional services. Blue Turtle customers are already taking advantage of benefits that include faster on-premises innovation, acceleration of cloud deployments using predictions from Azure, building intelligent apps using cognitive services to build human-like intelligence across their data, and leveraging the native AI in the Microsoft data platform to unlock insights from multi-cloud deployments.

“The Microsoft Gold Data Platform competency is supported by innovative solution offerings within the Blue Turtle portfolio and a brilliant technical team to ensure our clients gain the required insights required from their data. This ensures they are able to take the correct actions to derive the maximum value from their current and/or new public and private cloud data investments,” ends Maharaj.