Azure confidential ledger
Tamperproof, unstructured data store hosted in trusted execution environments (TEEs) and backed by cryptographically verifiable evidence.
Store your data with complete confidence
Azure confidential ledger provides a managed and decentralized ledger for data entries backed by Blockchain. Maintain data integrity by preventing unauthorized or accidental modification with tamperproof storage. Protect your data at rest, in transit, and in use with hardware-backed secure enclaves used in Azure confidential computing.
Tamperproof data storage backed by Blockchain structure
Tamper evidence available at any point of time
All the benefits of Azure confidential computing, including protection for data in transit
Flexible options for managing the trusted computing base (TCB)
Protect your data with Blockchain
Access tamper evidence at any point of time
Get the benefits of Azure confidential computing
Keep cloud providers out of the TCB
Comprehensive security and compliance, built in
Microsoft invests more than $1 billion annually on cybersecurity research and development.
We employ more than 3,500 security experts who are dedicated to data security and privacy.
Confidential ledger pricing is usage-based
Pricing is based on the number of ledgers consumed and the duration that they are in use. Pay for what you use!
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Azure confidential ledger resources and documentation
Frequently asked questions about Azure confidential ledger
All data entries can be verified. You can verify tamper evidence for all user transactions and through transaction-specific receipts. Tamper evidence is also available for server nodes and blocks stored on the decentralized ledger.