Introduction to Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure is an open, flexible, enterprise-grade cloud computing platform. Azure was announced in October 2008 and released on February 1, 2010.

It provides

Software as a service (SaaS)

Platform as a service (PaaS)

Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)

Why is it different from other cloud computing?

  1. Microsoft cloud is global, trusted and hybrid.
  2. 42 Azure regions, more than any other cloud provider
  3. 90% of fortune 500 companies use the Microsoft cloud.
  4. 1,20,000 new Azure customer subscriptions per month
  5. 62 compliance offerings more than any other cloud provider

Microsoft Azure – Popular Services\Products

  1. Virtual Machines
  2. App Services
  3. SQL Databases
  4. Storage
  5. Cloud Services
  6. Azure Cosmos DB
  7. Azure Active Directory
  8. Backup
  9. SQL Data Warehouse
  10. Traffic Manager
  11. Azure Database for MySQL
  12. Azure Databases for PostgreSQL



About Mirza Husain

Mirza Husain is a senior consultant-database and having more than 10+ years of experience in the IT industry with different domains. He is fond of writing and speaking about SQL Server and also keen to learn new technologies. He is holding MCA degree and having Microsoft certifications as MCP & MCTS. He is also ITIL certified. In his past years, he worked with many clients as Microsoft, Bank of America etc. Currently he is associated with a France based client and offering his best services. You may reach him on his email id -- Thanks!
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