Microsoft Azure is an enterprise-grade cloud computing platform that allows businesses to migrate part or the whole of their businesses processes to the cloud.
Azure leverages the ‘cloud’ as both a platform as well as technology to bring you a cluster of services like IaaS (Infrastructure as a service), SaaS (Software as a service), PaaS (Platform as a service) that enable a real-time web presence for your business, provide unified communications and help you run business applications to increase productivity and profits.
Taking your business to the cloud can be made extremely easy with Microsoft’s world-class support centers. Azure lets you easily pick out what you need for your business with pre-set templates and frameworks, while also allowing you to pick and deploy your own customized applications.
Microsoft Azure’s datacenters are situated in more locations around the World than any other cloud service provider.
They share an understanding with top software and service providers like Oracle, SAP, RED Hat and IBM to seamlessly support and integrate with your current business applications as well as on premise-environment. With complete support for all existing Windows licenses as well as third party frameworks, you won’t have a problem finding your way around either.
With complete support for all existing Windows licenses as well as third party frameworks, you won’t have a problem finding your way around either.
Mobility is an important factor that drives success in businesses today.
Microsoft Azure comes with the support for a variety of platforms, bringing business critical applications the mobility they require for you and your employees to keep ticking on all devices.
Intuitive services like Microsoft Azure’s IoT enable product’s and service’s businesses to take advantage of real-time information and enable transformational change.
Microsoft’s Azure comes along with a free-trial where you’ll be allotted $200 in credit when you sign up. Depending on your business activities you could choose the right plan.
A pre-paid plan (Compute Pre-Purchase) will let you take advantage of huge savings if you have a moderate or predictable workload that has preplanned compute requirements.
If you have a more dynamic workload, and require significant compute power, the ‘Compute Option’ allows flexibility in its offerings.