The azure cloud platform comprises of more than 200 product and cloud services designed to help bring new solutions which will help software product organizations like ARBA to build, run and manage applications across multiple clouds, on premises, with tools and frameworks of our choice.
Despite how crowded the cloud computing services industry has become, three vendors have distinguished themselves as market leaders: Amazon, Microsoft and Google. While Google certainly carved out a niche in the cloud services industry, Microsoft Azure Cloud and Amazon Web Services are the clear front runners.
The debate over Azure vs. AWS is still quite contentious, but rising adoption of Microsoft’s IaaS and PaaS offerings are starting to tip the scale. A 2019 report from Gartner found that Microsoft Azure’s market share grew 60% between 2017 and 2018. Considering more than 95% of Fortune 500 companies rely on Azure for their data storage and app management needs, it’s no surprise that Microsoft has become synonymous with cloud computing specifically intelligent cloud computing.
Microsoft Azure’s core services include Azure Compute which empowers ARBA to leverage quick provisioning of our customers Linux and Windows virtual machines, achieve high availability through auto-scaling, speed up development leveraging serverless architecture, ability to create microservices, scalable cloud apps and APIs;