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Create highly-available, massively-scalable applications and APIs

Develop, package, and deploy powerful applications and services to the cloud with Azure Cloud Services, and the click of a button. Scale from 1 to 1000 in minutes. Once your application is deployed, that’s it—from provisioning and load balancing, to health monitoring, Azure handles the rest. Your application is backed by an industry-leading 99.95% monthly SLA.

Integrated development experience with Visual Studio and the Azure SDK

Get your hands on an excellent development experience using the Azure SDK, which integrates seamlessly with Visual Studio. Deploy applications using any language you like, including .NET, Java, Node.js, PHP, Python, or Ruby. Test your application before deploying it to the cloud by using Azure Emulator, which brings the platform’s key functionality right to your development computer.

Focus on building great applications, not babysitting hardware

You don’t have to worry about patching, faulty hardware, or network issues. Use Azure Cloud Services to deploy your application, keep it continuously available during crashes and failures, and redirecting traffic from troubled instances to ones that are running smoothly. Automatic operating system updates mean that your application is always highly secure, without maintenance windows or downtime.

Test your apps before deploying them

Azure Cloud Services gives you a staging environment for testing a new release, without affecting the existing release, which reduces the chances of customer downtime. When you’re ready to deploy the new release to production, just swap the staging environment into production.

Convenient health monitoring and alerts

Azure helps you monitor the health and availability of your applications. The health metrics dashboard shows you key statistics at a glance. Set up real-time alerts to warn you when service availability or other metrics degrade.

Autoscale to optimize cost and performance

Is your application suddenly trending on Twitter? Azure and its free Autoscale feature can help you during unexpected traffic spikes, by automatically scaling up or down to meet demand, while simultaneously minimizing costs. Use Autoscale to set scaling limits, schedule goals, and ensure that your customers get optimal performance.


Hardware and Software Modernization

Organizations familiar with traditional storage and networking solutions need to learn how software-defined networking and storage models will affect IT service delivery

Workload Composition

You will need to review current workload architectural models and determine how faster, standardized design and deployment cycles will affect your application and data platforms

Workload Management

Azure Stack will enable you to adopt a technology lifecycle model that moves at the speed of public cloud releases


Azure Stack will require your organization to introduce new operational processes, service models, and oversight that can help your teams make the most of your deployment, immediately


VMware vSphere®

Industry-leading platform for virtualization and cloud infrastructure that speeds the transition to your cloud with existing resources and supports the enterprise hybrid cloud.

VMware vCenter™

Seamless end-to-end management solutions that help accelerate service delivery, transform operational efficiency, automatically assure compliance and reduce business risks.

VMware vShield™

The foundation for trusted cloud infrastructures. Adaptive and simplified security with a single framework to protect virtual and cloud infrastructures at all levels— host, network, application, data and endpoint.

VMware vCloud®

Solutions and services that provide secure, on-demand access to shared infrastructure resources while simplifying infrastructure management.

Open Stack

OpenStack is a collection of open source software projects that allow users to develop and manage a cloud infrastructure in a data center. Rackspace Hosting and NASA jointly launched the OpenStack cloud software initiative in July 2010 to help organizations offer cloud-computing services on industry standard hardware. Four months later, the first official release, code-named Austin, provided cloud compute and object storage capabilities to support Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). The initial projects controlled pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a data center through a dashboard that gave administrators control and enabled users to instantly provision resources. The community committed to delivering releases every six months as the projects evolved.


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