Microsoft Azure Valuable Features

Rodrigo Ramele
Mobile Lead Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The time-to-market. Once you master the technology, you can create running, mobile back-ends in a few weeks. Additionally, it easily enables integration with legacy environments (like connecting to existing servers). View full review »
Edgar Parra
Senior Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Azure Active Directory, Azure VMs, Azure network security groups (NSG), and monitoring endpoints across different regions to check how your platform operates from different geographic locations. Azure backups are another feature which are quite useful, especially since they allow us to backup our Azure VMs and our on-premise servers. Data can be backed up to Azure, saving time, space, and using clunky tapes to restore data, when needed. View full review »
Aaron Krytus
Network Manager / Senior Network Engineer at Warnock, Tanner & Associates
Customized Dashboard, Site-to-site and point-to-Site VPN, Virtual Machines, Web Apps, SQL, SharePoint, Storage, Test/Dev environments. View full review »
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Roberto Rubio
Country Manager at Orion Consultores C.A
The Pricing Calculator would be the most valuable feature. It's easy to use. View full review »
Michelle Sollicito
Software Architect at a security firm with 51-200 employees
* Being able to set up, change and configure VMs is easy - a lot easier than in AWS * Feedback and error messages make much more sense in Azure than in AWS. View full review »
Jesus Carroll
Data Engineer at a tech consulting company with 1-10 employees
This solution has an easy and (almost) intuitive administration interface to set up and deploy elements. The incorporation of several kinds of storage, such as SSD Premium, enhanced the performance of machines. The Machine Learning library for remote calls using REST and SOAP, as well as the legacy integrations of hybrid clouds are useful. View full review »
DigAd3059
Digital Ad-Operations at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It was easy to deploy our applications on Azure. It provides more compatibility and scalability than the .NET application. This is why we chose to use Azure. View full review »
Ramesh Karanam
Microsoft and Dev-ops Architect at Mphasis
* It's very easy to create a Kubernetes cluster with the Azure Console * Able to connect to the cluster using Azure PowerShell * Able to connect to the cluster using kubectl * Very good help from Microsoft Knowledge Base and also from the community * Very good support from the Microsoft team * Easy to manage as the core part is handled by Microsoft * Easy to add/scale up the cluster with more nodes by using the Azure console window or through scripting * Can integrate plugins with Jenkins for auto deployment * Integrated with a lot of open source tools for easy deployments and other functionalities like logging, monitoring, etc. View full review »
Michael Grove
Web Developer at a retailer with 1-10 employees
Azure has the best website amongst all cloud computing platforms. It is simple to utilize, and one can release nearly anything, from app services to host sites. View full review »
Aviad Cohen
DBA
I come from the DBA side so for me it's the easy maintenance; backups are very easy as well. View full review »
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