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Microsoft Azure Shared Image Gallery in CloudBolt 9.4.1

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In our recent webinar for CloudBolt 9.4.1, we were thrilled to share new features with our audience to help simplify the process of using the Microsoft Azure Shared Image Gallery (SIG) within the CloudBolt Cloud Management Platform (CMP) interface.

CloudBolt has been able to support Azure SIG since version 9.3, but in our latest release, users can automatically import a shared image from all regions where the image was replicated.

“This feature helps you share, manage and distribute VM images in the Azure environment and helps you do that across different regions,” said Nilesh Deo, CloudBolt Director of Product Marketing.

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