New transactable offers from Workist, KlariVis, and ProComputers in Azure Marketplace

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Microsoft partners like Workist, KlariVis, and ProComputers deliver transact-capable offers, which allow you to purchase directly from Azure Marketplace. Learn about these offers below:

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Workist Sales Order Automation: Cut inside sales costs, accelerate order-processing times, and reduce manual-input errors with Workist's automation capabilities. Workist's AI extracts, validates, and processes all relevant document data, sending it to your enterprise resource planning system. In instances where the AI is not entirely sure about some data, Workist will ask for human feedback through an intuitive user interface.

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KlariVis: KlariVis, a data analytics software platform for bankers, enables financial institutions to efficiently access customer, market, product, and service data in order to expand insight into the components that affect loan, deposit, and revenue growth. KlariVis creates organizational efficiencies that allow employees to focus on strategic decision-making, not managing cumbersome data and reporting processes.

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Rocky Linux 8: This minimal Rocky Linux 8 image offered by ProComputers, a Tier 4 sponsor of the Rocky Linux project, is mainly used as a common base system for building and testing. It contains just enough packages to run within Microsoft Azure, bring up an SSH Server, and allow users to log in. Azure Linux Agent, cloud-init, and Rocky Linux 8 security updates are included.

 

Rocky Linux 8 LVM: This is a minimal Rocky Linux 8 image with a 30-GiB OS disk managed with Logical Volume Manager (LVM). The root logical volume, as well as the corresponding filesystem, is automatically extended during boot if the instance volume is bigger than the default one. The OS disk is partitioned using GPT (GUID Partition Table), which allows the use of OS disks bigger than 2 TiB in size.

 

CentOS Stream: This minimal CentOS Stream image contains just enough packages to run within Azure, bring up an SSH Server, and allow users to log in. Azure Linux Agent, cloud-init, and security updates are included. CentOS Stream is an upstream development platform for CentOS community members, RedHat partners, and other groups to see what’s coming in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and to help shape the product.

 

CentOS Stream LVM: This is a minimal CentOS Stream image with a 30-GiB OS disk managed with Logical Volume Manager (LVM). The root logical volume, as well as the corresponding filesystem, is automatically extended during boot if the instance volume is bigger than the default one. The OS disk is partitioned using GPT (GUID Partition Table), which allows the use of OS disks bigger than 2 TiB in size.

 

AlmaLinux 8 LVM: This is a minimal AlmaLinux 8 image, mainly used as a common base system on top of which other appliances could be built and tested. It contains just enough packages to run within Azure, bring up an SSH Server, and allow users to log in. Azure Linux Agent, cloud-init, and AlmaLinux 8 security updates available at the release date are included.

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