Know about Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure

Pay as you go

Azure being a pay-as-you-go services platform can quickly scale resources up or down to match demand, so you only pay for the services and infrastructure you use. With per-minute calculations for billing and Microsoft’s commitment at least match the competitor prices for popular infrastructure services like storage, compute, and bandwidth means you will always get the best price for a high-performance system.
No upfront cost
Pay as per usage
Pay only for what you use
Per Minute Billing

Open and flexible Platform

Open and flexible Platform

Microsoft Azure supports most of the programming languages, databases, frameworks, operating systems, tools, and hardware. Azure can run Linux containers along with Docker integration. It allows you to build apps with .NET, Node.js, JavaScript, Python, PHP, and Java. You can also build back-ends for Android, iOS and Windows devices. Azure cloud service offers support for the technologies and platforms that thousands of developers use to develop applications and solutions.

Pre-Build Disaster Management

Pre-Build Disaster Management

Microsoft Azure has a pre-built disaster management module that takes care of all your sensitive data protection needs. Data in organizations is of utmost importance and amounts to organizational knowledge over the years. Azure disaster management ensures that your data will always be secure and ready to use even when your on-premise installation or live instance suffers a crash.

Power to Grow

Power to Grow

Microsoft Azure is a vast platform which offers seamless integration with all popular platforms within the Microsoft Stack and from other popular vendors as well. The platforms allow you to take your business ahead of the competition with customized solutions built using Machine Learning, Business Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence tools.

Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is a cloud computing solution that offers virtualized computing resources which can be accessed over the Internet. IaaS being a pay-as-you-go infrastructure platform can quickly scale resources up or down to match demand, so you only pay for the services and infrastructure you use. It helps you avoid the expenses and the need for a team to handle the complex buying and managing efforts for your physical servers and other data center infrastructure. Each resource and service is offered as a separate offering in the Platform, and the system automatically assigns you the resources that you need.

Azure Software as a service (SaaS)

Software as a service (SaaS) enables your organization to connect to cloud-based applications and use them over the Internet. Some popular cloud-based services are Outlook email, calendaring and office essentials suite (such as Microsoft Office 365).
Microsoft Azure SaaS services give you access to complete software solutions which you purchase as user licenses on a pay-as-you-go subscription from a Microsoft partner. You subscribe a software for your team, and your users connect to it over the Internet, usually with a web browser. All of the underlying app software, app data, middleware and infrastructure are located in the Azure cloud’s data centers.

Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS)

Platform as a service (PaaS) is a cloud-based applications development and deployment environment. These could be simple cloud-based applications or complex cloud-enabled applications. The PaaS backbone utilizes virtualization techniques, where the virtual machine is independent of the actual hardware that hosts it. PaaS supports the complete application lifecycle of building, testing, deploying, managing, and updating. Like IaaS, PaaS includes a comprehensive infrastructure of servers, storages, and networking. In addition, it also provides middleware, development tools, business intelligence services (BI), database management systems, etc.

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