Azure at a glance
Get a quick overview of Microsoft Azure, a growing collection of integrated cloud services
for analytics, computing, databases, mobile devices, networks, storage and the web.
Azure is a cloud computing platform provided by Microsoft. It gives organisations access to powerful computing resources that they can use to achieve almost any business goal without relying on expensive on-premises technology.
From building, testing and hosting apps, to storing data and providing virtual desktops – organisations can select the exact combination of services they need to succeed, and pay only for what they use.
Rely on Microsoft’s datacentres, trusted by Fortune 500 companies and governments.
Harness nearly unlimited computing resources in the cloud and start delivering value faster.
With hundreds of services and thousands of applications, it’s hard to find a computing challenge that Microsoft Azure doesn’t cover. And if there is one, Microsoft or its partners are probably working on it right now.
Microsoft Azure has a pay-per-use pricing model, which means that organisations only pay for the services they use, when they use them. This brings opportunities to scale in line with business needs and ensures IT investments are optimised to support growth.
Whether you are a business looking to move to Azure, or a partner seeking support your customers’ Azure projects, ALSO’s certified consultants are here to help.
Estimate the cost of your journey to the cloud with the Microsoft Azure pricing calculator.
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