What is Azure?

The Azure cloud platform is more than 200 products and cloud services designed to help you bring new solutions to life—to solve today’s challenges and create the future. Build, run, and manage applications across multiple clouds, on-premises, and at the edge, with the tools and frameworks of your choice.




1. What is Microsoft Azure?

Formerly known as Windows Azure, Microsoft Azure is a public cloud computing platform that provides a range of cloud services for computing, storing, and networking. Depending upon your requirements, you can manage and store data.

2. List the benefits of using Microsoft Azure.

Microsoft Azure is used for its enhanced flexibility, integrated delivery pipeline, security, disaster recovery, and speed of service. The platform is cost-efficient and is majorly used by various IT companies for its improved infrastructure.

3. What are the cons of using Azure?

Microsoft Azure can be extremely complicated for larger organizations due to large data transfer, administering, and monitoring. Azure is so versatile that anyone can leverage extensive integration capabilities with a wide range of applications, services, and tools.

4. How does Azure work?

Azure is a huge collection of networking hardware and servers that run a complex set of applications widely distributed in an organization. These applications make the configuration and operation of virtualized software and hardware work in sync on the servers.

5. Why use Azure?

For a reliable, consistent, and easy operable platform, Azure is the most suitable choice. It provides a wide range of hybrid connections, including caches, virtual private networks, content delivery networks, and ExpressRoute connections, to improve performance and usability.

6. Why do we need Azure?

Azure can be used to solve today’s challenges and build a new future with realistic solutions to problems in life. With the preferred tools and frameworks in Azure, build, manage and run applications across multiple clouds, at the edge or on-premises.