Buyers Guide to Microsoft Azure
As more CIOs remain plagued by the enormous costs of managing infrastructure while dealing with high costs of delivering availability, security and performance, cloud services are becoming harder to ignore. For technology leaders striving to compete, a hyperscale, hybrid and enterprise-proven public cloud platform can make all the difference. Microsoft Azure provides a broad range of cloud services, including those for compute, analytics, storage and networking. Users can pick and choose from these services to develop and scale new applications or run existing applications in the public cloud.
Enterprises who utilize IaaS solutions benefit from the flexibility, reliability and scalability an enterprise-ready cloud provides. Backed by the industry-leading security and compliance of Microsoft, customers can rest assured their apps and data are safe, while enjoying all the benefits of the cloud.
Microsoft data solutions provide a suite of services that integrate into high performance and scalable data services that capture, transform and visualize your data.
Microsoft Azure provides an ideal, open and flexible platform for a myriad of developing needs. DevOps itself provides several tools one can use for better team collaboration, as well as automated build processes, testing, version control and package management.
Before deploying in the cloud, organizations need to audit their security strategies to ensure they extend to the cloud environment.
CSP vs EA
Being a Microsoft Cloud Service Provider (CSP) helps us go beyond just selling licenses and enables us to offer a deeper level of engagement and support. OneNeck offers an ecosystem of services that takes Microsoft products further than just deployment in the cloud.
Learn about OneNeck's Managed Azure services.