Azure Stack is a compelling choice for businesses looking to leverage the benefits of the cloud while maintaining control over their data and applications.
Azure Managed Services
Understanding Azure SQL Database Purchasing Models
Azure SQL Database is a relational database service that runs on the cloud. It is a fully managed PaaS (platform as a service) database engine that handles many of the database management functions for you such as upgrading, patching, backups, and monitoring. Read on to learn more about how you can decide which of the two purchasing models, vCore or DTU are best for your business.
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing
Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing is currently available for preview. This entry-level package of cloud services offers customers a familiar but innovative suite of technology that will make digital transformation more affordable and scalable. Read on to learn about the top five reasons to choose Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing.
Creating Smart Manufacturing Factories with Azure IoT
Read about how it has become easier than ever to explore the advancement of business and operations for manufacturing in this post by CSW Solutions!
Azure Regions: What They Are & Why They Matter
By now you are familiar with Azure cloud and how it improves your business with global resources to drive your cloud operations at optimal levels. But did you know that Azure has more regions than any other cloud provider?
The best part is that you can choose the best region from 60+ all over the world for your needs, based on technical and regulatory considerations: service capabilities, data residency, compliance requirements, and latency. At a time when the weather or readily available framework of your virtual machines could compromise your speed and data, it's more important than ever to act preemptively toward protecting your work and business health with the hybrid and remote workforce.
Azure IaaS vs PaaS: What's the Difference?
One of the many choices that could essentially define your foundation in the Azure cloud, is to decide between Azure IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) and PaaS (Platform as a Service). Need help figuring out which one will work better? This guide will cover what these services are and how they differ. We will also go over the benefits and disadvantages so you won't have to do any further research to figure out the right service for you.