There is so much you can achieve by leveraging the power and scalability of Microsoft Azure.  Here are just some of the ways we can help you.

 
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Migrate your in-house hardware to the cloud.

Forget all the hassle around maintaining, securing, patching and running racks of servers, storage and related hardware. Move it all to the highly secure and available Microsoft Azure cloud, and scale up and down as you need. It’s really easy. Let us show you how.

 
 

Create highly available, massively scalable applications and APIs.

Develop, package and deploy powerful applications and services to the cloud with Azure Cloud Services, at the click of a button. Scale from 1 to 1000 users in minutes. Once your application has been deployed, that’s it – from provisioning and load balancing, to health monitoring, Azure handles it all. Your application is backed by an industry-leading 99.95% monthly SLA. Try it today.

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Build great applications, quickly.

You don’t have to worry about patching, faulty hardware or network issues. Use Azure Cloud Services to deploy your applications, keep then continuously available during crashes and failures, and redirecting traffic from troubled instances to ones that are running smoothly. Automatic operating system updates mean that your applications are always highly secure, without maintenance windows or downtime. No fuss; worry free.

 
 

Test your apps before deployment.

Microsoft Azure Cloud Services gives you a staging environment for testing a new release without affecting the existing release, which reduces the chances of any downtime. When you’re ready to deploy the new release to production, just swap the staging environment into production. Easy!

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Comprehensive health monitoring and alerting.

Microsoft Azure helps you monitor the health and availability of your applications. The health metrics dashboard shows you key statistics at a glance. Set up real-time alerts to warn you when service availability or other metrics degrade. Now that’s peace of mind.