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Azure Virtual Machines lets users deploy a wide range of computing solutions. Users can deploy a virtual machine nearly instantly, and pay by the minute. With support for Microsoft Windows, Linux, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, IBM, SAP, and Azure BizTalk Services, users can deploy any workload and any language on nearly any operating system.
- Built-in virtual networking and load balancing
- Hybrid consistency with on-prem systems
- Deploy any workload and any language on nearly any OS
Cloud Services allow users to develop, package, and deploy powerful applications and services to the cloud with Azure Cloud Services and the click of a button. It allows users to scale from 1 to 1000 in minutes. Provisioning, load-balancing, and health monitoring is handled by Azure. Your application is backed by a 99.95% monthly SLA.
- Support for Java, Node.js, PHP, Python, .NET, and Ruby
- Auto Scaling
- Automated OS and application patching
Additional Computing Services
Azure Storage provides users with the ability to scale, to store, and retrieve large amounts of data. Azure Blob Storage is used to store unstructured data, such as documents and media files. Azure Table Storage is functional for structured NoSQL data. Users can use Azure Queue Storage to reliably store messages, and the SMB-based Azure File Storage for existing or new applications.
- Geo-redundant Storage
- Petabytes of available storage
- Supports .NET, Java, Android, C++, and Node.js
Azure Backup is an underlying technology of Operations Management Suite and provides users with a scalable solution to protect application data. Azure Backup can retain data for up to 99 years to meet regulatory requirements. Backup data is secured over the wire and at rest. The backup data is stored in geo-replicated storage which maintains 6 copies of data across two Azure datacenters.
- 99.9% availability guaranteed
- Data is encrypted in transit and at rest
- Geo-redundant Storage
Additional Storage Services
Azure Virtual Network provides an isolated and secure environment to run virtual machines and applications. Users can use private IP addresses and define subnets, access control policies, and more. With Virtual Networks, Azure acts as a personal datacenter.
- Granular control over traffic between subnets
- User-controlled hybrid infrastructure
- IP addresses and DNS servers defined by user
Azure ExpressRoute lets users create private connections between Azure datacenters and infrastructure on premises or in a colocation environment. ExpressRoute connections don't go over the public Internet.
- Private connections to Azure
- Connects directly to WAN
- Cost benefits and lower latency
Additional Networking Services
Operational Insights, part of Microsoft Operations Management Suite, is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution tailored for IT operations teams. This service uses Azure to collect, store, and analyze log data from virtually any Windows Server and Linux source, from any datacenter or cloud, and turn it into real-time operational intelligence.
- Collect, store, and analyze log data
- Consistent visibility across on-premises and cloud resources
- Easy incident resolution
Azure Scheduler lets users create jobs in the cloud that invoke services inside and outside of Azure—such as calling HTTP/S endpoints or posting messages to Azure Storage queues. Users can choose to run jobs right away, on a recurring schedule, or at some point in the future.
- Schedule immediate, future, and recurring jobs
- Integrate with Azure Storage queues for long-running or offline jobs
- Operates consistently, even during system failures
Additional Management Services
- In-Transit: SSL/TLS
- At Rest: Client-side with .NET
- Role Based Access
- Retention Time: 90 days
- Data Destruction: Server Wipe or Destruction
Audits & Compliance:
- Service Level Agreement (SLA)
- Guaranteed Uptime: 99.95%
- Ease of Use: 4/5
- Data Center Zones: 22
- North America Locations: 8
- Europe Locations: 2
- Asia Locations: 4
- Premium Support Available
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