What Is Azure?
Microsoft Azure, formerly referred to as Windows Azure, is Microsoft’s public cloud computing platform. It provides a variety of cloud services, including compute, analytics, storage and networking. Users can pick and choose between these services to develop and scale new applications, or run existing applications within the public cloud.
The Azure platform aims to assist businesses manage challenges and meet their organizational goals. It offers tools that support all industries — including e-commerce, finance and a spread of Fortune 500 companies — and is compatible with open source technologies. This provides users with the pliability to use their preferred tools and technologies. In addition, Azure offers 4 different sorts of cloud computing: infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), software as a service (SaaS) and serverless.
Microsoft charges for Azure on a pay-as-you-go basis, meaning subscribers receive a bill monthly that only charges them for the precise resources they need used.
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How it works
Once customers subscribe Azure, they need access to all or any the services included within the Azure portal. Subscribers can use these services to make cloud-based resources, like virtual machines (VM) and databases.
In addition to the services that Microsoft offers through the Azure portal, variety of third-party vendors also make software directly available through Azure. The cost billed for third-party applications varies widely but may involve paying a subscription fee for the application, plus a usage fee for the infrastructure used to host the application.
Microsoft provides five different customer support options for Azure:
- Professional Direct