Azure Compute: This service group empowers companies to quickly provision Linux and Windows virtual machines, achieve high availability through autoscaling and supercharge app development using a serverless architecture. Users are able to create microservices, scalable cloud applications and APIs.
Azure Networking: This feature set allows organizations to create hybrid computing frameworks that utilize both private and public cloud infrastructure. By doing so, users can seamlessly deliver their custom applications to thousands of virtual machines, ensure the highest levels of compliance and cybersecurity and monitor their network resources in real time.
Azure Storage: Microsoft’s virtual datacenters provide companies with agile connectivity and scalable infrastructure, eliminating the need for on-premises hardware. All data written to Azure is encrypted and accessible over HTTP or HTTPS. This service is also compatible with a variety of languages, including .NET, Java, Node.js, Python, PHP and others.
Azure Analytics: Azure supercharges business decision-making through its advanced analytics services, which offer unrivaled time to insight. Users can take advantage of a fully managed cloud Hadoop or Spark environment with real-time data stream processing, an enterprise-grade analytics engine and flexible AI development.
Azure Backup: This group of services simplifies data recovery, allowing users to back up virtual machines, SQL workloads and on-premises VMware with a single click. Through Azure, companies can quickly restore data using VSS snapshot or fsfreeze without fear of application consistency.
Azure Disaster Recovery: Microsoft helps keep critical applications running during planned and unplanned outages through its built-in disaster recovery tools. Users can replicate, failover and recover processes as needed, while also minimizing downtime by sequencing multi-tier applications running on multiple virtual machines.