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Pros:

Can scale up and down easily. Provides great integration into apps in the Market Place.

Cons:

However I do have a problem with Azures somewhat clunky and chaotic interface. I would prefer a more refined and easy to navigate interface.

Microsoft Azure ratings

Average score

Ease of Use
4.1
Customer Service
4.3
Features
4.6
Value for Money
4.2

Likelihood to recommend

8.4/10

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Onur
Onur
Co-Founder in Türkiye
Verified LinkedIn User
Information Technology & Services, 2–10 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Microsoft Azure Review

5.0 2 months ago New

Comments: My overall experience with Azure is very good. It really helps us to build our infrastructure and expose applications.

Pros:

It has very powerful internal services that helps you to build infrastructure and propagate your applications. The services that Azure provide are very stable. Also on top of services, you can always install security components.

Cons:

Azure should improve its live support for each services. Some of them has live support option but some of them has not. In case of issues with the services, we always need live support.

Felix
CEO, CMO and Co-Founder in Poland
Computer Software, 11–50 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

A great roadmap for cloud infrastructure and AI innovations

5.0 last month New

Comments: Up-to-date technology and has a promising future.

Pros:

The main differentiator aspects in this tool is design development. It is quite efficient in that. Validation, prototyping and simulation can be done at any stages of the design. It has enabled continuous improvement and proficiency with the techniques and technologies. Over time, quality and efficiency are realized.

Cons:

Configuration was not easy for me. It took me a while to interface the tool with my operations but eventually made it. It is working well.

Anil
Anil
Cloud Administrator in India
Verified LinkedIn User
Computer Software, 501–1,000 Employees
Used the Software for: 1+ year
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Alternatives Considered:

Cloud Administrator

3.0 2 years ago

Comments: So if client required specifically use azure then we can use or we have premium support for azure then we can use it

Pros:

Azure console is very user friendly and very fast, Creating the virtual using in azure is very easy, in security point of view it's very secure, high availability is also main feature of azure, In azure portal console is very fast.

Cons:

For cost point of view azure is very expensive, for example if want to move one image to another image then we need to copy same copy on another region(), Azure support which is provided by mindtree is very poor , we raised a ticket and it's more than two month but not any solution. Azure default structure for cpu and memory is very weird.

Shivam
Student in India
Computer & Network Security, Self Employed
Used the Software for: 6-12 months
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Awesome experience with Microsoft Azure!

5.0 3 months ago

Comments: Overall Experience was great! and Really Easy to use and specially The study materials given in that was really a good experience was good. I am really happy!

Pros:

There is ton's of feature I would like to tell. but most of the feature I usually used is about the AI and Virtual Machine's It was really easy to setup just have few clicks and it will setup!

Cons:

Overall the experience was great but the problem... well there is problem, May be i am the only one I getting that. When I delete the Virtual Machine and Containers after that I didn't use azure for months because of my exam's suddenly I got mail from Microsoft and it says your bill amount 300 INR I was surprised why ? I deleted all machines but when I logged in there was some resources running on , To be honest idk it was a glitch or My mistake

Edwin
Data Engineer in Australia
Information Technology & Services, 10,000+ Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Microsoft Azure PAAS

4.0 last month New

Comments: Initial setup is quite is easy but as you dive deeper, more understanding of the services and features is needed to maximise the best result of using this cloud platform

Pros:

In Microsoft Azure, setting up you initial cloud environment quite easy. Microsoft Azure also provide a professional support if you needed help

Cons:

Microsoft Azure can be complicated sometimes. With so many services and features, it's confusing which services is the best approach for different kind of scenarios.

RAJ
President in US
Information Technology & Services, 501–1,000 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
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Powerful Hybrid offering high developer productivity

5.0 3 weeks ago New

Comments: I like it very much for its high availability and redundancy in hybrid cloud applications.

Pros:

1. It offers improved data security 2. It's highly scalable with excellent DR functionality & analytics 3. It offers a suite of compliance-oriented frameworks that conform to major regulations

Cons:

1. Complexity and high training costs. 2. It has high cold start latency 3. There's no easy mechanism for automated backups

Samuel
Samuel
Founder and CEO in UK
Verified LinkedIn User
Internet, 2–10 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Alternatives Considered:

Azure for cloud computing

5.0 last month New

Pros:

Ease of setup. Customer support. Industry standard. Free student plan for one year.

Cons:

Might be expensive. Low time trial. Might be technically difficult for beginners.

Eric
IT Consultant in US
Computer & Network Security, Self Employed
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Azure is the hub of MS 365

5.0 2 weeks ago New

Pros:

Azure offers an amazing platform for integrating all your online needs.

Cons:

Some of the tools & utilities can be confusing to use.

Gary
Gary
Owner in Canada
Verified LinkedIn User
Information Technology & Services, Self Employed
Used the Software for: 2+ years
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Scalable Cloud Solutions for Growing Businesses with Seamless Integration

5.0 last month New

Pros:

Microsoft Azure has been instrumental in streamlining our IT infrastructure, providing a comprehensive suite of cloud-based services to support our growing business. The platform's scalability and robust security features have enabled us to confidently host our applications, store data, and manage resources without compromising performance or reliability. Additionally, the seamless integration with other Microsoft tools, such as Office 365 and Dynamics 365, has further enhanced productivity and collaboration across our organization.

Cons:

Microsoft Azure's wide range of services can be overwhelming , prioritize business needs and seek guidance if needed for tailored solutions.

Zack
Zack
Project Manager in Canada
Verified LinkedIn User
Computer & Network Security, 11–50 Employees
Used the Software for: 6-12 months
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Beginner Credit $400 Was A Huge Help

4.0 last month New

Pros:

Free to make mistakes and explore more expensive builds in the beginning.

Cons:

A lot of better options are not available for trial credits.

Verified Reviewer
Verified LinkedIn User
Computer & Network Security, 10,000+ Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
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Alternatives Considered:

Microsoft Azure review by Matthias

5.0 last year

Comments: I would like to highlight that the overall Azure functionalities and how everything is so tightly integrated makes it very attractive to work with in a professional context where everything is fast-paced. Both experienced people in our team, as well as new-joiners can easily navigate Azure and support client engagements. Generally, the interface is very intuitive and easy to work with, even for people who are new to it and don't need all the bells and whistles. Additionally, I like the Azure also publishes APIs that make it easy for more experienced profiles to streamline their workflow or integrate with 3rd party tools to make life easier.

Pros:

For me, the most important features are the VMs, network access control, security features (like storage encryption) and the logging/monitoring. I use these on a weekly basis to support my work on offensive client engagments (Red Team exercises).

Cons:

I dislike the cost as this is marginally higher than other cloud providers but since I use this in a professional context, the cost is not relevant to me. I understant that for all the functionality and Quality of Life features, the general cost of the platform will be higher. Additionally, I dislike that the are planning to discontinue the possibility for Domain Fronting. Lastly, Azure limits SMTP outgoing traffic behind an enterprise license subscription and strictly monitors it, which is why we are forced to look elsewhere to host mail relays/servers when used for offensice engagements.

Adnaan
Game Director in Philippines
Computer Games, 201–500 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Microsoft Azure: A Comprehensive Cloud Computing Solution

5.0 last year

Comments: Overall, Microsoft Azure is an excellent cloud computing solution for businesses of all sizes. It's easy to use, highly secure, and provides the scalability and automated resource management needed to meet the demands of businesses of all sizes.

Pros:

Microsoft Azure is an incredibly powerful and versatile cloud computing solution. It's easy to use, highly available, and has a wide range of features and services that make it a great choice for businesses of all sizes. The scalability and automated resource management make it easy to scale up and down as needed, and the advanced security features provide peace of mind.

Cons:

Microsoft Azure can be expensive for smaller businesses, and the interface can be confusing for those who are not familiar with cloud computing. Additionally, the learning curve for cloud computing can be steep, so small businesses may need to invest in additional support or training.

Ben
Network Admin in US
Information Technology & Services, 2–10 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Alternatives Considered:

Microsoft Azure setup and deployment

4.0 2 years ago

Comments: My overall experience with Azure is nothing less than great. I love Azure so much that i would like to test AWS to compare and contrast.

Pros:

Azure is rock solid reliable. I created a VM to replace my AD along with an app server, and and another VM to replace my RDP server and it has been wonderful ever since. Backup and disaster recovery are so easy to setup and monitor.

Cons:

All cloud networking services are difficult to navigate at the get go. So if you're new at this, it would be helpful if there are proper documentations or a bit hand-held guide from vendor tech support. With Microsoft, reaching someone with a decent knowledge was hard to come by and very time consuming. Fortunately, i found bits and pieces of documentation shared by experienced folks to guide me along the way

Verified Reviewer
Verified LinkedIn User
Computer Software, 201–500 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
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Alternatives Considered:

Best Cloud platform for digital transformation

4.0 5 years ago

Comments: Overall it is a easy to start Cloud platform. Developers can develop lot of intelligent solutions using Azure services.

Pros:

Azure is very simple to use. The user friendly interfaces and lots of tutorials available to get lots of benefit from Azure. Currently Azure provides more than 100 services.

Cons:

It is changing very quickly, sometimes adopting the change is difficult .

Verified Reviewer
Verified LinkedIn User
Retail, 11–50 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
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Great software!

4.0 4 years ago

Comments: Turning up virtual conditions and facilitating programming for customers and we utilize cold and hot stockpiling for customers servers and backs with sky blue as they offer probably the best stockpiling rates when contrasted with AWS. We can likewise turn up virtual area and dynamic indexes for our customers to expel the warmth and upkeep from little offices on the edge of their condition that probably won't have a committed space for IT. Permitting us to now just offsite the IT yet in addition the foundation.

Pros:

I have discovered the best use for Azure is to off site the IT equipment for framework, So now IT can have the group off site as well as now that off site group doesn't need to stress over the servers being moved by workers messing around in the system closets.Allowing whole organizations to be overseen off site.

Cons:

Lacking options for life cycle management. - Some of the capacities just work in the great gateway. The unwavering quality of the administrations relies upon the innovative and monetary limit of the suppliers of administrations in the cloud. The data of the organization must experience various hubs to arrive at its goal, every one of them (and its channels) are a wellspring of frailty. The centralization of the applications and the capacity of the information begins an association of the specialist co-ops. It is valuable in the event that you are inexperienced with Azure to take an internet instructional class that will take you far to ace it and increment your trust in the item. It will in general use assets and when the VM goes down it is moderate and freezes. the dashboard configuration is confounding AF, it is hard to discover things. You pay the help, or send them a tweet and cross your fingers. Charging is confounding, particularly toward the start, and it is difficult to gauge costs without seeing the utilization of a whole application/site. foundation as an assistance permits me to save time and assets up to that point to keep up its own framework, safety efforts are past the scope of most organizations, security guidelines give clients the certainty that their information will be completely ensured. The help was deficient (my experience of 1 of every year and a half was extremely baffling). In rundown, paying little heed to what the framework lets you know, on the of

Prince
Senior Consultant in US
Telecommunications, 10,000+ Employees
Used the Software for: 1+ year
Reviewer Source

The New Way to Develop, Deploy, and Maintain

4.0 3 years ago

Comments: I honestly really like it. In the beginning (as with anyone) I found myself constantly wanting to go back to Pivotal or VM Ware's suite of tools and software but after learning what Azure can do and getting comfortable with it, its not so bad. Learning shortcuts and tricks makes a big difference in speeding up your tasks so I highly recommend learning how the folks at Microsoft utilize Azure as they know all the tips and tricks. Other than that, its sturdy, reliable, and its reaching its "One-stop shop" capabilities as I learn more and continue using it.

Pros:

Microsoft went all out to develop the one-stop shop for enterprise development. Azure has everything you need to succeed when it comes to development, deploying, staging, maintaining, and monitoring. Microsoft has gone the extra mile to make sure all steps have their own respective software or portal to ensure maximum fluid integration. When it all works, it works very very well. You won't be needing to go out and find additional software to what they're offering because they have thought everything through. On the other end however, sometimes we have our own preferences so Microsoft has made sure that Azure is adaptable to 3rd party applications, software, plugins, pretty much the whole nine-yards. They even play nice with some of the competing software they created this whole suite for. In essence, Microsoft is making sure this is the software for anyone's use. Of course the same is supported with countless and invaluable tutorials, courses, and forums to ensure your success using Azure.

Cons:

When something did break, Microsoft's support is slow at best. No matter what the urgency, it always took an extra push or kick to really get Microsoft's attention. Regardless of the severity of any issue found, I believe that Microsoft should really look into understanding their client's impact and not just determine severity based on their outlook (no pun intended). Azure overall is great and this is really the only significant issue I have found. Also, the Azure suite is nothing you can learn over night but given the amount of features and capabilities, it may take some time to learn it all. I will say that it is similar to other tools and software used in the same field so it makes it easier but if you want to use its true potential, it will still take time to learn.

Verified Reviewer
Verified LinkedIn User
Automotive, 501–1,000 Employees
Used the Software for: 1+ year
Reviewer Source

The total cloud solution for medium to large companies

5.0 3 years ago

Comments: We implemented an API Microservice architecture. After the initial implementation we thought it was really fast to implement. But after a year or so, the same problem arises that always arises: development halts or gets complicated, solving small bugs becomes a daily task. From then on only one thing matters: find the bug within 5 seconds, while the "customer" (or reporter) is on the other end of the telephone line. And from then on, azure shows it's chaotic head. What queue is used by this function through what API Manager API, and who else uses this? We try to solve this by documenting everything (and its relation to anything else) in a documentation environment (not azure).

Pros:

It can do so many things... after 2 years of using this product I think I still haven't touched half of what's possible. It makes creating API's, flows, queues, logging a lot easier, since the boring stuff (maintaining the tools that allows that functionality) is taken care of. Also, the support is great. There are many learning paths and they're all very easy to follow.

Cons:

Azure is very chaotic. A cloud solution almost always incorporates some kind of API environment. For an API environment it's really important that it follows some kind of domain driven architecture. After creating hundreds of API's, you really want to be able to categorize the API's according to your organization's enterprise domain architecture, otherwise it gets really hqrd to search through hundreds of API's to find the one to work on. Every API is then dependent on many other things, like queues, gateways, API Manager, other functions, flows etc. And they're all configured "vertically": there is your "resource group", and under this you'll find all queues, all functions, all gateways, all everything. Now, of course it's possible to create resource groups in a modular way, following the domain architecture of your organization. But things cost money! A lot of money. So for instance, if you want to group all API's and queues etc that belong to, say, your "sales" domain, and want to have the same organization for, say, the "HR" domain, you'll need to add two gateways, two API Managers, two this, two that. And they all cost money. In the end, when costs need to be limited, you'll end up with very (too large) resource groups that contain so many different concepts and domains, that it's almost impossible to quickly find your way around.

Darlene
Darlene
Project Manager in US
Verified LinkedIn User
Automotive, 10,000+ Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

The best cloud service

5.0 2 years ago

Comments: It was an excellent solution to us. We use many of its background services: file storage, database housing, is a very good application

Pros:

The platform is very professional and requires good technical knowledge, its free period of use is one year and you just have to pay for it. During the last three decades, due to the obvious advantages of Microsoft in the field of business computer science, Microsoft is quickly updating. Your work is relatively easy. In addition to providing recovery, import and export sites, and Azure backup, Microsoft Azure also provides: storage of blobs blocks and storage of tables, queues and files. It provides flexibility to use Azure Blob to store and recover large amounts of unstructured data, such as multimedia documents and files. Azure Storage can meet your growing data needs and each account can store up to 500 TB of total storage space. A single subscription admits up to 50 storage accounts, which can provide PB of storage space for larger scale plans. If you are creating great sites for consumers or data applications, Azure aims to solve this problem. Azure Storage will automatically copy your data to help prevent unexpected failures and give you the confidence that they will be available when you need them. Three copies of the data are saved in a single area. The geographical redundancy option can create three additional copies to hundreds of kilometers away.

Cons:

You must when it is a bit difficult to configure, and some services are not available.

Dvock
Software Tester in Kenya
Information Technology & Services, 10,000+ Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Azure: Unleashing the Power of Cloud Innovation

5.0 last year

Comments: Generally, I have used It and it has amazing offers that cater to diverse needs, including infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS). Azure's scalability, flexibility, and global infrastructure have been awesome to me, allowing them to easily scale my resources and deploy applications closer to their target audience. I had setup several VM's to do my work hence making it effective to deploy and automate tasks easily.

Pros:

What I like most about the platform is its broad range of cloud services, offering scalability, flexibility, and integration with other Microsoft apps and services. Its hybrid capabilities enable seamless integration between on-premises infrastructure and the cloud. Azure's strong security measures and global infrastructure provide me with peace of mind and the ability to deploy resources closer to their target audience. While desired features may vary, Azure offers enhanced monitoring, AI and machine learning services, serverless computing options, and industry-specific solutions which is basically a good idea for me.

Cons:

There are areas that I have identified as potential areas for improvement. I have found Azure's complexity challenging, particularly for newcomers to cloud platforms, and cost management can be a concern due to the pricing structure and the need for careful monitoring. I will also mention the responsiveness and effectiveness of technical support as a potential area for improvement. Desired features vary depending on specific use cases, but users may desire enhancements in areas like advanced analytics, automation, monitoring, and seamless integration with third-party services. I still find certain aspects complex.

Maha
Assistant Professor in US
Computer Software, 501–1,000 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Microsoft Azure: PaaS Services which Compete with Top-Notch Cloud Providers

4.0 10 months ago

Comments: Very good experience using MS Azure. Complete set of PaaS services in the domains I tried such as in ML/AI, IoT and networking.

Pros:

I have developed AI model training software on Azure using the Azure AI platform. My main focus was on developing NLP speech recognition solutions as well as computer vision object detectors for home automation and IoT sensing. The PaaS services provided by Azure are unexpectedly very versatile and complete. I just imported some customized packages needed by Keras and all the rest was more or less available out of the box in Azure. Azure was also used to develop and deploy the server software on the Web backend using IIS and Apache. A combination of IaaS and PaaS services as well as the preconfigured SaaS models provide a comprehensive set of cloud services for developers. I am in the process of inspecting more and more services provided by Azure in the fields of data security and privacy, NoSQL databases, IoT and Big Data Analytics.

Cons:

Compared to Amazon AWS, Azure doesn't provide the same VM capabilities in terms of performance. Amazon has more offers that would definitely make the cloud services used much cheaper on the long run. Though it is hard to compare unless we know the application paradigm to be developed, but I believe that Amazon is still excelling in terms of the on-demand pricing model they follow and the offers they provide.

Abel
Software Developer in US
Computer Software, 51–200 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

MS Azure, why i use it for computing?

5.0 last year

Comments: Microsoft Azure is a powerful cloud computing platform that offers a broad range of services to meet the needs of businesses and developers. Its scalability, global presence, and robust security measures provide flexibility, optimized costs, improved performance, and instill confidence in users. With a wide range of services, Azure empowers users to build, deploy, and manage their applications efficiently. Overall, Azure is a reliable, secure, and feature-rich option that is highly regarded among organizations seeking a solid cloud computing solution.

Pros:

I've noticed that Microsoft invests heavily in security and innovating new ways to use the cloud. In fact, they come up with so many new features that sometimes it's hard for users to keep up. Nevertheless, I see this as a positive thing because it shows their commitment to improving their product and providing the best possible experience for their users.

Cons:

In my experience, debugging apps can be challenging as it's not always a straightforward process. I wish there were more readily available dashboards and graphs that could provide insights into how the app is performing. Unfortunately, the current process often involves setting up multiple queries and instrumentation, which can be time-consuming and tedious. Improved accessibility to detailed performance metrics would greatly benefit developers, allowing for a more streamlined and efficient debugging process.

Hosam
Hosam
People Analytics. in Egypt
Verified LinkedIn User
Information Technology & Services, 51–200 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Inclusive Cloud Platform

5.0 5 months ago

Comments: Microsoft Azure provides the perfect environment to design, develop, test, deploy, and monitor advanced analytics workloads on the cloud. We use Azure for data warehousing, Pipelines, and machine learning to extract and process data from various sources. The SQL-managed services handle infrastructure and resource allocation to simplify the provisioning process and help us focus our team effort on workflow optimization, solution improvements, and project goals. Azure Cloud is a Collaborative and inclusive development environment with an easy-to-navigate user interface and has efficient billing and cost management tools that help us better our teamwork.

Pros:

Microsoft Azure provides reliable cloud storage, computing, networking, infrastructure, resources, and tools for solution development and deployment. The analytical services and SQL solutions are fast and integrate seamlessly with on-premises SQL Server systems. The platform is secure, easy to implement, and continuously adds new features and advanced AI capabilities. The customer support is friendly and responsive. Also, Azure has an extensive learning platform and solution architecture center to help developers design and optimize better cloud solutions.

Cons:

Azure continuously adding new features is critical for success, but it is a bit overwhelming and requires continuous learning to keep up with the latest updates.

Sai Nikhil Chakravarthy
QA Engineer & Scrum master in India
Computer Software, Self Employed
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Powerful and Flexible Cloud Platform

5.0 last year

Comments: My Overall experience is good to be brief if u have all Microsoft tools in your office then you love using azure, But it will be a little hard to learn if you don't have prior cloud knowledge, i too struggled at the start

Pros:

Azure offers a vast range of cloud-based services, IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS, which can help businesses streamline their IT infrastructure & operations, It supports a wide variety of programming languages, frameworks, and tools, allowing developers to work with their preferred technologies and customize their solutions to their specific needs. Azure integrates well with other Microsoft tools and services, such as Office 365, Dynamics 365, & Power BI, making it easy for businesses to connect & manage their data across multiple platforms. It has a large and growing global network of data centers, enabling businesses to store and process their data closer to their customers & improve application performance.

Cons:

Azure can be complex and difficult to learn, especially for beginners who are new to cloud computing. It requires a significant investment of time & resources to become proficient in using the platform effectively, And in integrations, it integrates but it struggles to integrate with 3rd party tools.

Ramon
Ramon
Sr IT Project Manager in US
Verified LinkedIn User
Automotive, 10,000+ Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source

Great cloud platform

5.0 2 years ago

Comments: In my case, my experience was satisfactory. In fact, Azure can easily use the performance and use of all companies, whether a local company or a company that has offices in different countries / regions. In this way, it can concentrate on commercial objectives without thinking about the infrastructure that supports the process. In addition, from the user's point of view, you can always have a good experience regardless of your position. With the safe connection, you can easily access the platform.

Pros:

Its design is beautiful and intuitive. This is an easy to use tool that is excellent to meet my cloud storage needs. I like to store all kinds of information and additions to a certain function. Excellent application for online storage. It offers excellent videos and graphics for exchange that is difficult to receive by email, due to this script, it fully helps in the development of work and helps improve our traffic processing. The joy of communication is an important issue, as well as the videos and graphics that we want to share on time, quickly and safely, without invaluable restrictions. It is also interesting to have endless resources and analysis. Azure allows us to turn our ideas into solutions, providing a visual system of an unprecedented scale and a short term value/performance in a cloud that takes place in data and analysis.

Cons:

It requires having experience on platforms a simple error could generate problems.

Debbie
Manager in New Zealand
Health, Wellness & Fitness, Self Employed
Used the Software for: 1-5 months
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Microsoft Azure from a Person who is not techie

5.0 last year

Comments: Problems Solved by Using Microsoft Azure:1. Cost Savings – Azure offers a range of pricing options, allowing organizations to reduce their IT costs.2. Scalability – Azure allows organizations to quickly scale up or down their resources to meet changing needs.3. Security – Azure provides comprehensive security measures to protect data and applications.4. Reliability – Azure provides a highly reliable platform for running applications and services.5. Flexibility – Azure allows organizations to quickly and easily deploy, manage, and scale applications and services in the cloud.Benefits of Using Microsoft Azure:1. Cost-Effective – Azure provides a range of pricing options to ensure organizations get the most cost-effective solution for their needs.2. Easy to Use – Azure’s intuitive interface allows developers and IT professionals to quickly and easily deploy, manage, and scale applications and services.3. High Performance – Azure’s powerful platform ensures applications

Pros:

Wide range of services: Microsoft Azure offers a comprehensive suite of cloud services for various use cases, including infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS).Scalability: Azure allows customers to easily scale their resources up or down as their needs change.Global presence: Azure has a global network of data centers, allowing customers to deploy applications close to their users for improved performance and compliance with local data regulations.Strong security: Microsoft places a strong emphasis on security and compliance, and offers various security features and certifications to help customers protect their data.

Cons:

Complexity: Azure can be complex to navigate, especially for customers new to cloud computing.Cost: While Azure is competitively priced, some customers may find that the cost of certain services adds up quickly.Limited ecosystem: While Azure has a growing ecosystem of third-party tools and services, it is still not as mature as the ecosystems offered by AWS and GCP.Vendor lock-in: As with any cloud computing platform, customers may face challenges if they want to move their workloads to another provider.