Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure is an open and flexible cloud platform that enables enterprises to quickly build, deploy, scale, and manage applications across a global network of Microsoft data centers.

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Microsoft Azure is Microsoft’s application platform for the public and hybrid cloud. Azure provides a global network of data centers grouped into 42 regions around the world - which is more than any other cloud provider offers - with a 99.95% monthly SLA. Azure provides a rich set of application services, including SDKs, caching, messaging, and identity.

Applications can be written in .NET, PHP, Java, node.js, Python, Ruby, or using open REST protocols. Azure container services support open source standards like Kubernetes, Docker and DC/OS. Azure also embraces hybrid clouds solutions offering Azure Stack for on-premise deployments. Azure Stack delivers Azure services from an organization’s datacenter, while integrating with the flexibility and scalability of the public cloud.

Microsoft Azure is an open and flexible cloud platform that enables businesses to quickly build, deploy, scale, and manage applications across a global network of Microsoft data centers. Azure can be used as an IaaS with Windows or Linux virtual machines or as a PaaS. Azure makes it easy to build resilient applications with automatic operating system and service updating, built-in network load balancing, and geo-redundant storage. Azure Stack make it possible to build true hybrid cloud environments with one set of tools and a common DevOps pipeline.

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