Microsoft Azure is referred to cloud computing service owned and operated by Microsoft to manage hosted applications via its Microsoft-managed data centers. Microsoft Azure solutions involve Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). With Microsoft Azure, enterprises can implement a highly secured next-generation solution. Drive integrated experience with Microsoft Azure solutions by connecting your existing system with related third-party applications. Connect and bring together your system, data, and devices to enable a highly secure, reliable, and cost-effective solution.
App Service enables to quickly create and host data-driven cloud apps for web and mobile platforms using RESTful APIs facilitated with automated deployments from Azure DevOps, GitHub, etc.
Azure Cognitive Services helps to create intelligent apps, web applications, and virtual bots comprising capabilities including speech recognition, natural language processing, and more.
Azure Cosmo DB refers to NoSQL database facilitates with SLA speed, automatic scalability, etc. wrapped with open-source APIs for cloud-native document databases such as MongoDB and Cassandra.
Azure Functions facilitate with less server code and are used to develop web APIs, quickly respond to changes made to the database, process IoT streams, manage messages or notifications queues, etc.
Leveraging Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS), quickly deploy production-ready AKS cluster in Azure. AKS facilitates simplifying deployment, management, and operations of Kubernetes.
Azure Quantum allows Python and Q# -quantum programming languages to develop and deploy quantum programs in the Azure Portal or in a local development environment using the QDK kit.
Azure SQL refers to the modern SQL family (comprising Azure SQL Database, Azure SQL Managed Instance, and SQL Server on Azure VM) to ensure seamless migration and app modernization.
Azure Virtual Desktop helps to deploy virtual desktops and remote apps with maximum potential control to any device delivered on Azure to enjoy the best user experience wrapped with minimized IT costs.
Linux Virtual Machines are designed to build and manage a separate application environment deployed on Azure. Linux Virtual Machines can provision a virtual machine for Ubuntu, Red Hat, etc.
The Windows Virtual Machine enables to ensure a separate application environment deployed on Azure. Windows Virtual Machine can provision virtual machines for applicable or supportive versions.
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