All About Azure Support IT Cloud Solutions
What is Azure Support?
Azure is a public cloud platform that includes more than 600 technologies and services. The platform is provided by Microsoft for enterprises. Its solutions include infrastructure as a service (IAAS), platform as a service (PAAS), and software as a service (SAAS), used for analytics, virtual computing, td storage, and networking. Azure manages/maintains the hardware, infrastructure, and resources accessed for free or on-demand, like other public cloud providers.
Azure cloud services seamlessly integrate with existing IT environments to provide the power and scalability of your hybrid cloud IT infrastructure. Enterprises can quickly build, deploy, and easily manage complex and straightforward applications with deeply integrated Azure cloud services.
Who Uses Azure?
IT pros and developers use this cloud solution to build, deploy, and manage applications across their datacenter networks. Azure runs on all Microsoft server products and a wide range of third-party products such as Linux distributions. Azure also enables enterprises to host their website on Microsoft’s secure cloud server, providing businesses and clientele with web hosting services.
Azure is available to developers, enterprises, government agencies, and anyone looking to develop an application or run a business without hardware management. Companies of all sizes value public cloud, and many choose Azure.
Why Choose Azure?
Migrating to the cloud can save businesses the cost and headache of purchasing and using resources on-premises. Many companies have accelerated their business growth with Azure as their chosen cloud platform.
Azure is the only platform that provides blockchain, machine learning, robotics, and cognitive API functions. Azure is fast, flexible, and affordable, and its pricing and features make it the best public cloud product on the market.
Azure Information Security Services provides general, database, and network security, storage, identity and access management, backup, disaster recovery.
The Microsoft Azure fabric controller helps with scalability and reliability. The controller ensures that services and environments will not fail when one or more servers in the Microsoft data center fail.
Azure native tools like Azure Cost Management can help you track, visualize, and optimize your cloud spending. For example, with Azure Sentinel, you can monitor cloud resources and on-premises services. In many cases, IT departments are less transparent about the cloud services used by employees, making it difficult to monitor, manage, and protect the applications and data stored in those services.
Companies that use the cloud claim to produce new products and services faster and deploy new applications for customers and employees more frequently. Azure agility and integrated development operations allow you to quickly iterate and deploy code using an end-to-end cloud development platform.
Nortec Can Help
Nortec offers proven solutions and cloud best practices for custom development. We provide Azure application support and IT services, and hands-on training to support your company’s needs. Choose your path to modern, flexible, familiar, and reliable solutions for your business, from desktops to mobile devices, from server to cloud, with Nortec. Contact us today, and we can show you how!