Learn more about Why Cloud POS is More Powerful Than On-Premise
Microsoft Azure Application Development Data Store – This is SQL server database. It has Users and Roles information and POS application information – Inventory, Customers, and Employees.
Data Access Layer – Furthermore, this implements using Entity Framework. This Layer provides Entities using Read / Write performance operations.
Cost Effective Development
Firstly, faster development cycles than on-premise development, which costs more for our clients. Moreover, set up for local on-premise infrastructure is not needed.
Agile and Iterative Development on Azure
Next, developer-friendly Azure environments help speed up learning cycles. Microsoft Azure Application Development can happen from anywhere, and modules can be linked and immediately tested. Additionally, fosters a developer-friendly employee attrition opportunity for ARBA.
Microsoft Azure Tools
Also, advanced tools like Visual Studio and Team Foundation Services are baked into the cloud development environment, which helps build quality in every stage of development.
Unified Delivery Pipeline on the Azure Cloud
Moreover, tools for source control, unit testing, integration testing, delivery, and go-live tools help speed up the iterative development and testing cycles. Furthermore, this helps to demonstrate proof of concepts (POCs), pilots, and limited/phased production for clients.
Quicker Microsoft Azure Application Development
Finally, adjustment to seasonal changes in demand, turning on/off users on demand, and adjusting schedules saves subscription costs to the clients, which is based on usage
Development, deployment, and support in Azure provide speed, agility, an integrated development environment, end-to-end delivery platform, superior disaster recovery, flexible expenditure based on usage, enterprise security, and the powerful Azure stack.