Enterprises, organizations, and small to medium businesses across the world are realizing the success of business solutions powered by the cloud. Cloud platforms are redefining the way people do business with secure and scalable cloud-enabled enterprise applications.
Today, nearly 90% of all fortune 500 companies are using Microsoft Azure as their cloud platform to do their business. Due to deeply-integrated Azure cloud services, businesses can quickly build, deploy and manage complex applications without any effort. Azure also supports a wide range of programming languages, just another reason to be a part of it.
Here are 5 other reasons why you should also consider Microsoft Azure for your business regardless of its size.
- Azure has been designed on Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) which is an industry-leading security process. This process compromises of security as its core and private data and other services stay safe and secure on the cloud.
Microsoft Azure also offers the best compliance coverage for nearly 50 compliance offerings and is currently one of the most trusted cloud platforms by the government of the U.S and its institutions. Also, this is the first cloud platform to take on the new international standard of cloud privacy, thus it guarantees the best in safety for all of your operations and data.
Unbeatable Hybrid Capabilities
- Azure is built to have hybrid capabilities that also makes it one of the most unique of cloud platforms. Azure makes sure that easy mobility and a reliable consistent platform are available on both on-premise and public.
Azure also provides a broader range of connections including caches, virtual private networks, content delivery networks and ExpressRoute connections to improve the performance and usability of applications.
Integrated with Other Microsoft Tools
- Organizations of today depend a lot on Microsoft tools such as Office 365, SharePoint, and Outlook. Azure impeccably integrates these Microsoft tools and products. The use of the cloud platform also simplifies the operations by using the same virtual on-premise machines like Linux and Windows.
Easy to Learn
- Azure offers familiar tools such as Visual Studio, ASP.NET, and all the programming languages that you are already used to including C++, C#, and Basic. You can use these to develop native applications and it is far easier to develop that way.
- Microsoft Azure has a pay-as-you-go model which allows you to pay for only the things you use to build or expand your services. This significantly cuts down the IT administration costs to a bare minimum as all the infrastructure is taken care of by Microsoft directly on Azure.
Ready to Migrate to Azure?
If your company is looking to migrate to Azure our migration practice helps customers migrate from on-premise VMware/Hyper-V, Colo such as Rackspace, or other clouds like AWS to Microsoft Azure Datacenter or Azure Stack Infrastructures.
This team also helps clients migrate existing workloads in Azure IaaS to Azure PaaS including SQL Server to Azure SQL Database, SQL SSIS to Data Factory, SQL SSRS/Tableau to PowerBI, Data Warehouses to Cosmos DB, Azure SQL Database Tables to Data Lake, and many others.