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Microsoft Azure



Microsoft Azure is an expanding cloud service, which organizations are using to deploy, build, manage and test applications and services. It supports various types of programming languages, tools and frameworks, which include third-parties too. As well as, it provides Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).


Advantages

Azure provide the security and flexible cloud platform for multiple service with various data file type


Microsoft Azure provides you a platform to transform your ideas into solutions by building applications with programming languages you are already familiar with like .NET, Java, Node.js, and more. Moreover, users can increase their productivity by Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code to write great code. Users can also use Visual Studio App Centre to develop cross-platform and native mobile apps for Android and iOS.
Comprehensive Azure cloud capabilities can be used by your organization to create a truly consistent experience across your hybrid cloud. Azure platform, tools and services can help you in reducing risks and complexity across your on-premises and cloud environments. Both on-premises and cloud environments provide you a platform for seamlessly managing your data, delivering integrated security and management, building and deploying applications and enabling single sign-on for anywhere access.
Build AI-powered experiences with comprehensive set of Azure tools, services and infrastructure. Azure AI and data Services like Azure Cognitive Services, Azure Bot Services, Azure Cosmos DB, and Azure Databricks can provide you human-like intelligence experiences in your apps, for instance, they can be used to make faster predictions and build bots for naturally interacting with users.
Azure has the most certifications for meeting industry-specific and country-specific compliance standards than any the other cloud provider. Some of the internationally known industry-specific compliance standards, it meets are General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), ISO 27001, SOC 1, SOC 2, HIPAA, and FedRAMP. In addition, it also meets well known country-specific standards like Singapore MTCS, Australia IRAP and UK G-Cloud. Azure’s ability of meeting strict security controls has been verified by rigorous third-party auditors, like British Standards Institute.