Microsoft Azure

We connect you to Azure, Microsoft’s ever-expanding set of cloud services

Find everything you need to make a successful move to the cloud using Microsoft Azure . Microsoft Azure is designed to help businesses create and implement effective strategies for achieving their cloud goals.

Flexible migration with dedicated support

Microsoft Azure gives you flexible cloud migration across your non-cloud and cloud assets. Whatever your needs during the migration process, Microsoft Azure will support you.

Hybrid cloud made easy

Microsoft Azure lets you integrate and manage your environments with tools and services designed for hybrid cloud, wherever you are.

Business innovation at your fingertips

Focus on your business innovation with Microsoft Azure using fully-managed services, such as Azure SQL Database, Azure App Service and Azure IaaS.

Full customization based on your needs

Microsoft Azure is committed to open source and support for all languages and frameworks, you’re free to build how you want and deploy where you want.

What you get with Microsoft Azure

Frequently Asked Questions

Cloud computing is when you access computing services - like servers, storage, networking, software - over the internet (‘the cloud’) from a provider like Microsoft Azure. For example, instead of storing personal documents and photos on your personal computer’s hard drive, most people now store them online. That’s cloud computing. Cloud computing platforms, like Microsoft Azure, tend to be less expensive and more secure, reliable, and flexible than on-the-ground servers. With the cloud, equipment downtime due to maintenance, theft, or damage is almost non-existent. What’s great about it is that you pay only for the services you use, which provides a level of convenience and cost control that’s almost impossible to achieve with on-site infrastructure.

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services such as analytics, virtual computing, storage and networking. Microsoft Azure provides solutions including software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) solutions, and supports many different programming languages, tools and frameworks.

You can solve your business problems with proven combinations of Azure services and related products. Whether you’re just beginning in the cloud, or have years of experience developing cloud-based applications, our local support team will help you get started with sample architectures, documentation, and partner resources.

Most cloud computing services fall into four broad categories: infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), serverless computing, and software as a service (SaaS). These are sometimes called the cloud computing ‘stack’ because they build on top of one another. Microsoft Azure, through Umniah, provides all four types of cloud computing services, at competitive prices.

Security is the backbone of the cloud industry, and Microsoft Azure’s proactive approach to security, compliance, and privacy is truly unique. Microsoft leads the way in establishing and consistently meeting clear security and privacy requirements and this is exactly what you get when you sign up for a Microsoft Azure account with Umniah.

Microsoft Azure is one of the most trusted cloud services for enterprise and hybrid infrastructure due to its competitive pricing; the ability to achieve more with open source on Azure by using any open source OS, languages, and tools; enhanced proactive security and compliance; and the ability to get more value from your existing Microsoft investment by using your existing tools across your non-cloud and cloud technologies by integrating them with Azure.

Azure gives you a flexible cloud migration path with consistency across your non-cloud and cloud assets. Whether your business requires a hybrid state long term or only during the migration period, Azure can support your migration. During the migration process, our support team will help you find the best migration plan for your needs using one (or more) of four widely adopted strategies for migration: rehost, refactor, rearchitect and rebuild. Choose the right mix for your needs, such as rehosting less strategic apps and rearchitecting others that are more critical.

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