Azion Unveils Edge Computing Application Marketplace

Azion, a leader in edge computing, today unveils a global marketplace, an extensive catalog of integrated partner solutions for the company’s leading-edge platform. The marketplace simplifies access to a global edge network, enabling ISVs, open-source communities, and software developers to provide their solutions through the Azion Edge Platform, which is used by thousands of companies worldwide.

Azion is a full-stack platform that simplifies and accelerates how companies build, secure, deliver, and observe modern applications anywhere. Companies can take advantage of the Azion network with more than 100 global edge locations, or leverage the platform to orchestrate their own multi-cloud, on-premise, or remote-device deployments. Thousands of organizations with more than 100,000 applications leverage Azion to build and run ultra-low latency edge applications.

“Today’s hyper-connected economy and post-pandemic work-from-anywhere practices are dramatically increasing the demand for superior digital experiences and faster innovation,” said Rafael Umann, CEO, Azion. “The marketplace simplifies the development and adoption of edge applications and solutions for use cases such as application development and modernization, fraud protection, authentication and authorization, AI, and analytics, enabling organizations to not only build applications faster but also leverage the speed and resilience of Azion’s trusted global network.”

Twenty-two percent of Azion’s enterprise clients already run partner solutions right on the company’s edge platform. With the new marketplace, developers can deploy integrated world-class tools and software in just a few seconds with a few clicks. The marketplace provides free, open-source software from Azion as well as third-party software that developers can purchase directly in the marketplace or integrate with Azion’s platform using an existing license through a bring-your-own-license (BYOL) model.

The new marketplace includes solutions like:

  • A bot management solution from Radware and cybersecurity software from DataDome to protect applications and APIs from attacks.
  • A distributed database from Fauna to help companies build applications faster, scale with confidence, and worry less about operations.
  • Fraud detection from IPQS, Axur, and Saffe provides real-time detection and data enrichment for a complete view of malicious users, whether through facial biometrics solutions or card and credential leakage detection.
  • Open-source libraries to add A/B testing, authentication & authorization, fraud protection, and more.

Software and tool providers interested in joining the marketplace can submit requests using this page.