What is Microsoft Azure?
Azure is Microsoft’s own cloud solution (public cloud) and web portal, which makes it easy to lead the way with innovation in products and services; both today and in the future.
Azure is a web portal and a cloud service (public cloud). Azure makes it possible to develop / code new technological services. Because Azure is a cloud technology, it means you can access it from anywhere. Azure is owned by Microsoft and is often referred to as being an industry leader in cloud platforms.
With technology such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, and Kubernetes, Azure can build, develop, and manage complex applications and applications anytime,anywhere via Microsoft’s worldwide data centre network.
Securing your organisation’s data is Azure’s number one priority, and this is where Microsoft’s global network comes in handy again: With a geographically decentralised infrastructure, which includes 140 accessibility zones worldwide, Azure provides comprehensive data protection for your business.
Microsoft provides multi-level security across physical data centres, infrastructure, and operations in Azure. The platform has integrated security controls in all hardware and firmware components, as well as additional protection against threats like DDoS.
A reliable security provider
Microsoft offers its customers a team of over 3,500 global cybersecurity experts who work solely on helping customers protect information and data in Azure.
With an SLA of 99.95% availability and technical support 24/7, customers can rest assured that they have Azure behind them if the unthinkable should happen.
All in all, Azure provides you with an open and reliable cloud or hybrid cloud service – with the latest and state-of-the-art technology, and by being affordable and flexible, innovation is facilitated in a way that best suits your company.