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Pros
"It's very easy to use. That's one of the advantages for the business, that you don't need to struggle to configure your website and your app service. Microsoft made sure to make it stable and very easy to configure.""The program is stable and we've had no technical issues so far.""The product is scalable.""Overall, all of the features are very good.""Azure data factory is a good tool.""It's a platform as a service, so we don't have to manage the infrastructure to hold the websites.""Debugging using Application Insights is a valuable feature."

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"The most valuable features are quick customization, solid deployment processes, and excellent reliability.""We haven't had any issues with stability so far.""I'm not sure what the most valuable aspect of the solution is, but I can say that their finance and auditing systems are quite impressive. You can audit in different invoices right to procurement. It's all quite seamless.""Features they are integrating to the other services.""The most valuable feature is ease of use.""The product is pretty responsive.""The queue management of the solution is its most valuable aspect.""We like that the technology is very agile and flexible in the sense that there's a large partner ecosystem within Salesforce Platform. This enables us to choose from many different partners with different advantages, and all of it can be done in a plug-and-play kind of way."

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Cons
"Sometimes we face problems, but those are technical problems in Microsoft, bugs or something doesn't work as expected, but that's normal.""I would like to see faster adoption and templates that we can use.""The solution is quite expensive. If you need more features, you need to pay for them.""I am new to the intervention and I find it difficult to find my way around the user interface. I have my own learning tool. However, it could be simpler for new users.""Lacking somewhat in template data flows.""The solution needs better integration capabilities on the network side.""Initially, there were some rare instances when the server went down because it was deployed on Linux."

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"The cost of data storage is an issue once the company grows.""I would like to have integration with Google.""The solution offers upgrades at a slower pace. The solution needs to keep up with competitors.""They need an easy way of getting details and then adding to it and then being able to do it in a more simplified way""The marketing automation needs improvement.""Better flexibility in editing emails created from templates would be great, and being able to add hyperlinks in emails for scheduling meetings would allow us to automate more.""If you have resellers or distributors, you just need to figure out a way to set up the system in the backend. Since every company is different, it takes a little bit of time to figure that out.""The initial setup is rather complex."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
"Azure doesn't cost as much as other services.""Less than USD $100 per month.""We have no complaints about the pricing."

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"It is an expensive program.""The licensing is per user per month, which we took out a contract on a long time back. It's really an okay price for what solutions are available and for how many features and what kind of functionality you get.""The solution is a bit expensive.""It is expensive. Licensing is on an annual basis.""It is quite expensive. Its developers come at a premium cost, which makes it expensive.""It is expensive."

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Top Answer: Debugging using Application Insights is a valuable feature.
Top Answer: Initially, there were some rare instances when the server went down because it was deployed on Linux. There are some features that are not available on the Linux-based deployment, yet are available on… more »
Top Answer: Our primary goal in the Salesforce App Cloud is to deliver the certificates I personalize based on the information in the company’s system. Visit here: Salesforce Online Training
Top Answer: It is a fairly useful and user-friendly tool for salespersons. It is very extensive and flexible. You can customize it for your needs, and you can use whatever you want. I like Salesforce.
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Azure App Service
Salesforce1, Force.com, Salesforce App Cloud
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Overview

Azure App Service Web Apps (or just Web Apps) is a service for hosting web applications, REST APIs, and mobile back ends. You can develop in your favorite language, be it .NET, .NET Core, Java, Ruby, Node.js, PHP, or Python. Applications run and scale with ease on Windows-based environments.

The Salesforce1 Platform brings together Force.com, Heroku, and ExactTarget into one family of cloud services all built API first to help deliver apps that connect products, users, and next generation experiences. Designed for scale and speed, it provides a fast way to build apps with open APIs, back-end services, integration tools, starter templates as well as powerful developer environments; there's no limit to what you can build.
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Sample Customers
Real Madrid, Absolut, AccuWeather, Heineken, NBC News, Paramount
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Top Industries
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company30%
Comms Service Provider18%
Government7%
Manufacturing Company5%
REVIEWERS
Computer Software Company27%
Cloud Provider9%
Recreational Facilities/Services Company9%
Media Company9%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company37%
Comms Service Provider17%
Government6%
Media Company5%
Company Size
REVIEWERS
Small Business38%
Large Enterprise63%
REVIEWERS
Small Business52%
Midsize Enterprise24%
Large Enterprise24%
Find out what your peers are saying about Microsoft Azure App Service vs. Salesforce Platform and other solutions. Updated: March 2021.
475,208 professionals have used our research since 2012.

Microsoft Azure App Service is ranked 4th in Mobile Development Platforms with 7 reviews while Salesforce Platform is ranked 1st in Mobile Development Platforms with 16 reviews. Microsoft Azure App Service is rated 8.4, while Salesforce Platform is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Microsoft Azure App Service writes "It saves us time and money and installation is really easy". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Salesforce Platform writes "Empowers our sales team with a common platform, but lacks a few niche integrations". Microsoft Azure App Service is most compared with Microsoft PowerApps, Oracle Application Express (APEX), Adobe ColdFusion, Pega BPM and Appian, whereas Salesforce Platform is most compared with Microsoft Azure, Microsoft PowerApps, Amazon AWS, Appian and Oracle Application Express (APEX). See our Microsoft Azure App Service vs. Salesforce Platform report.

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