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What Is Microsoft Azure?

Achieve your goals with the freedom and flexibility to build, manage, and deploy your applications anywhere. Use your preferred languages, frameworks, and infrastructure—even your own datacenter and other clouds—to solve challenges of any difficulty level.

With help from Azure, you have everything you need to build your next great solution. Azure is a public cloud computing platform—with solutions including:
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Platform as a Service (PaaS)
Software as a Service (SaaS)

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Flexible

Moves compute resources easily

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Open

Supports almost any OS, language, tool, or framework

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Reliable

99.95% availability SLA and 24×7 tech support

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Global

Data housed in geo-synchronous data centers

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Economical

Data housed in geo-synchronous data centers

Why Use Microsoft Azure?

Azure can be used for analytics, virtual computing, storage, networking, and much more. It can be utilized to replace or supplement your on-premise servers. Azure is fast, flexible, and affordable, and its pricing and capabilities make it the best public cloud offering in the market.

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Azure for DR and backup

Azure can be used for data backup and disaster recovery or an alternative to on-premise data centers. Businesses can choose to run some or all of their business applications in Azure.
To ensure availability, Microsoft has Azure data centers located around the world. As of January 2020, Microsoft Azure services are available in 55 regions, spread across 140 countries.

Azure Privacy

Data security concerns and regulatory compliance requirements make privacy a major issue for cloud subscribers. To address these worries, Microsoft has created the online Trust Center, which provides detailed information about the company's security, privacy, and compliance initiatives. According to the Trust Center, Microsoft will only use customer data if it is necessary to provide the agreed-upon services and it will never disclose customer data to government agencies unless it is required by law.