Microsoft Azure
Use Cases and Benefits

What is
Microsoft Azure

Azure is a public cloud computing platform that offers Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions for analytics, virtual computing, storage, networking, and more. It can replace or supplement the applications you are already using.
Azure lets you access and manage cloud services and resources from Microsoft. These services and resources include storing and transforming your data based on your needs. Azure offers over 200 services, divided into 18 categories: computing, networking, storage, IoT, migration, mobile, analytics, containers, AI and ML, integration, management tools, developer tools, security, databases, DevOps, media, identity, and web services.

Microsoft Azure
Use Cases

Microsoft Azure

Data Security

Azure provides strong data security by default, with additional customer options. Azure Key Vault helps customers efficiently manage cloud applications and service encryption keys.

Delivery Pipeline

Azure DevOps orchestrates your software journey from code to deployment, managing infrastructure (ARM templates) in Git, crafting build artifacts, and seamlessly delivering changes across environments.


Scaling is the ability of a system to adapt to changes in workload or traffic. Azure services can auto-scale based on application usage, a great feature.

Disaster Recovery

Azure offers a simple, secure, scalable, and cost-effective end-to-end backup and disaster recovery solution that can be integrated with on-premises data protection solutions.

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