IBM is excited to welcome existing clients and new prospects to adopt IBM Maximo Application Suite on Microsoft Azure.

Building on the IBM Ecosystem strategy to bring even more value to clients, it’s exciting to share that Maximo Application Suite (MAS) 8.7 is now listed on Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace as a BYOL (Bring Your Own License) offering, with the ability for clients to initiate automated deployment. Additionally, IBM and Microsoft collaborated to expedite the install process, resulting in the ability to deploy Maximo Application Suite on Azure within a few hours.

IBM Maximo® is a the market leader in Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software, enabling our clients to monitor, manage and maintain physical assets in a single solution and streamline their global operations. Maximo’s technology stack helps us to meet clients wherever they are in their hybrid cloud deployment. For clients who run Maximo workloads on Microsoft Azure, they can take advantage of their Microsoft Azure Consumption Commit (MACC) by purchasing the associated infrastructure required to operate the Maximo Application Suite software from the Marketplace itself.

About IBM Maximo Application Suite

This is another major milestone in Maximo’s journey to integrate its standalone applications (e.g., Monitor, Health, Visual Inspection) into a cohesive single suite of applications. This integration enhances our capabilities within the Asset Management, Performance Management, Configuration and Maintenance Management domains to better support asset-intensive industries in this increasingly digital era.

The consolidated solution is the IBM Maximo Application Suite (MAS). Applications within the suite are infused with AI capabilities that deliver visibility and actionable insights to dispersed assets, helping clients to transform their business with this intelligent EAM product.

MAS is built to be a hybrid cloud solution that can be deployed on-premises at the clients’ data center or in any cloud using Red Hat OpenShift’s run-anywhere model. This enables a clients’ EAM solution to coexist within the same cloud as their other business-critical enterprise workloads, makes scalability simpler and will facilitate innovating with third-party solutions and data.

This move opens doors for IBM’s clients who have Azure as their chosen platform to integrate our industry-leading Maximo capabilities with native Azure services and help position themselves as leaders in their industries.

Get started

IBM is excited to welcome existing clients and new prospects to adopt IBM Maximo Application Suite on Microsoft Azure. As always, we invite you to share any feedback and suggestions.

Please visit the Maximo Application Suite page on Azure Marketplace.


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