What do you like most about Microsoft Azure?
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We find that it is easy to integrate with other Microsoft technologies such as Microsoft Office.
The solution is stable.
The stability is very good. The performance is excellent.
Technical support has been extremely helpful.
We have found the most valuable feature to be the pricing calculator.
Offers many data security features including securing network access.
It is really scalable and easy to use.
The most valuable features of the solution are ease of use and the enhancements are continually being updated.
It is a reliable solution that is easy to set up.
There are plenty of functions available that we have used extensively. It is a complete platform of services.
I like the functionalities and the price. I'm very satisfied with Microsoft Azure.
Azure allows us to bring applications to life quickly.
The solution is very stable for Windows setups.
I have found the solution to be flexible, easy to use, and the documents are straightforward to understand.
In terms of computer resource management and reduced cost, it is very, very effective. In large environments, it gives you a lot of flexibility to provide different services, like disaster recovery and business continuity with simple and great options because you don't have to spend a lot of time for maintenance, upgrades, and security.
The product has been quite stable.
The integration with Databricks is the most valuable aspect of the solution.
User interface and portal are great.
I think Azure's level of automation to achieve efficiency or agility is valuable. I also like the change capability cadence, the showback capabilities, and understanding what our costs are.
It is easy to use. It is also stable.
It is very easy to use, especially if it is on the servers. Also, I have found it to be easier to use than AWS. It is a stable and scalable product as well. I think it is also secure.
It is a very easy-to-use platform, and it is very powerful in terms of data backup and Blob storage. It has very good features, especially if you are using Microsoft products, such as Windows, Microsoft SQL Server.
Microsoft Azure is flexible and the performance is great.
Microsoft Azure has a large scope, it can do many things.
Good security, scalability, and elasticity.
It's been pretty useful in terms of migration and disaster recovery strategy.
It's a great solution. It's so customizable. Every user can create dashboards to suit their needs. We can create and share them with our teammates easily, too.
We didn't have any problems setting it up.
If you're interested in going with Microsoft, my advice would be to do it. Everybody's using Microsoft.
There are many different components such as SaaS, PaaS, and API so every month they are releasing a few hundred new features.
It's a reasonably priced solution.
It is so huge and so powerful. The best thing is the possibilities of things that you can actually do with it. If you do it right, you can work or host your stuff a lot cheaper than traditionally.
Its security is good, and it also reduces the strain on internal IT.
There are several products within Azure.
It is easy to use and flexible.
The feature that we like best is integration with Active Directory.
The most valuable feature of this solution is the ease of use.
Reduces work for our IT teams and saves us a lot of time.
There are many useful features. We use web apps, so instead of starting a web server, we just have machines running some web services. This was helpful for us in terms of the scalability of the application. We also use Active Directory for authentication and some services for the data backup.
It is a very good and reliable solution. It was easy to implement this solution. It fits very well into our plans and covers our needs to provide infrastructure in the cloud. The portal to configure new resources is very easy, and it is very easy to allocate new resources.
The most valuable aspect of Azure is the flexibility you have for all the services and solutions it offers, even if you use IaaS, PaaS, or SaaS, you have the option to only pay for the services you use.
The product is rather stable. We haven't had any issues with it in that sense.
It is stable and scalable. It is useful for many applications and services, such as SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, and OneDrive.
It's a flexible solution.
We have implemented the ExpressRoute connection, which is an established circuit between the local provider and the Microsoft network edge.
Active Directory is a good feature. The infrastructure features that Azure provides are also good.
Azure is a good networking solution from a WAN perspective.
The focus on security is excellent. We really appreciate that about the solution.
The product has been very stable for us so far.
The most valuable feature is cloud-based storage.
The solution is very simple to use. It has a lot of great practical applications we really appreciate.
My experience with technical support so far is very good.
Kubernetes service and API management are the most valuable.
The redundancy across different regions is the most valuable. It provides a big value for cloud services, especially for Microsoft.
Azure is very flexible and easy to manage.
The monitoring features are very good.
We've got multiple tools on Azure, which is a very good feature of Azure. Our Palo Alto firewall and other things are hosted in Azure. We're using Sentinel as well, which is a security tool that is being used by our SOC teams.
I've also used AWS, and I find Azure to be more Windows-driven. Although Azure is newer as compared to AWS, it is growing fast. Microsoft is working towards the betterment of Azure.
The most valuable feature is the instant availability of resources.
The solution is very simple to set up.
Microsoft offers free courses and an exam on their products. Many of my colleagues who use Microsoft Azure take advantage of those free courses to help them learn about the solution in depth.
Good information protection feature.
The most valuable features of this solution are the value for money and flexibility.
The most valuable feature is the interface.
The most valuable feature of Microsoft Azure is that it is easy to use.
Reliable with ease of provisional services.
I like the ExpressRoute because that makes it easy to configure connectivity to Azure-hosted services.
It comes with a lot of ready-made studies that we can connect with other existing Microsoft applications, for example, Office, Outlook, Chatline, and OneDrive. Everything is behind the scenes running with Azure. It's easy to build the connectors.
The most valuable features are the interface and customizability.
The time to market is fast compared back to the traditional on-premise hosting. That is one of the better things I can say because there is no need to worry. The Pack services will enable it to start immediately.
It is a flexible solution that is straightforward to use.
The data factory feature.
The most valuable feature is the single sign-on with multifactor authentication.
We are going to use Microsoft Azure to move some on-premise servers into the cloud so that our data can be held there.
The scalability is good.
It was very user-friendly when setting up the virtual machines and console. It was an easy task for my team to create virtual servers and start replications.
The incorporation of several kinds of storage, such as SSD Premium, enhanced the performance of machines.
Azure has improved my organization because it is a new technology and so the customers who don't have enough knowledge about the cloud delegate the administration of their cloud infrastructure to us. We incorporate and add a new service to our product lineup about how to manage their Azure. It impacts our business because we're able to incorporate this new service.
Much more intuitive and more visual than AWS. More obvious where things are and how to change their configurations, etc.
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.
It was easy to deploy our applications on it.
I come from the DBA side so for me it's the easy maintenance; backups are very easy as well.
I'm researching F5 Advanced WAF. Does it work with Azure App Service?