Azure platform is designed to eliminate single point of failure and provide enterprise-level SLA. It can easily enable offsite and multi-site backup for disaster recovery, allowing customers to focus on developing and running applications, without worry about infrastructure. Since its general availability in February 2010, Windows Azure has been chosen and adopted by numerous multinationals like Boeing and BMW.
Azure provides Windows and Linux VMs, supporting a large number of open-source tools like PHP, Node.js and Python. With great elasticity, it can instantly deploy any number of VMs and unlimited storage space based on demand. Windows Azure provides flexible subscription and support pay-as-you-go model, helping customers to deploy new services at lowest cost and expand on demand in the future.
Azure provides the industry-leading cloud computing technologies. The performance, scalability and stability of its cloud storage all topped in Nasumi’s benchmarking. Windows Azure can work with on-premise IT infrastructure, providing integrated experiences from on-premise to cloud from storage, management, virtualization, identity authentication to development.