2018-01-28T13:15:00Z

What is your primary use case for Microsoft Azure?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

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Implementation of Cloud Backup and Disaster Recovery solution, where we used Carbonite Availability as the primary tool and Microsoft Azure as secondary/target location. Real-time replication configured from one point to another for business continuity and high availability. Altogether, there are eight servers in the local premise which are entirely replicated to the cloud. The kept cloud servers are idle until a disaster happens with the on-premise servers. The project setup was successful even with real-time testing. It was done with automatic failover and failback.

2020-05-06T08:55:00Z
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Top 5Real User

Our first deployment was CRM Dynamics, and it was done in the same way that we launched the previous version. However, it was easier than the last migration because the ease of preparing new machines with the wizard contributed to the quick implementation. It also includes great hardware specifications such as SSD Premium, which wasn't there until last year.

2019-07-04T15:52:00Z
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Top 10Real User

We use Azure as an infrastructure service. Most of our customers have web servers but we also manage Azure for SAP R/3. It works fine. They do have a lot of options for SAP All-In-One, but we don't have as many options for SAP Business One. What Azure offers for Business One customers is too short to have enough servers certified. It works fine but it's not a complete solution for customers that use SAP Business One.

2019-01-24T13:13:00Z
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Working Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to create a Kubernetes cluster. We are maintaining two environments of Kubernetes cluster on Azure using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). We have used other managed PaaS services like ACS, Database, and monitoring, integrated with Jenkins for continuous integration and continuous deployment.

2019-01-18T09:02:00Z
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Top 10Real User

* IoT with C# and .NET Core 2.1. * Raspberry Pi with Raspbian OS. * Docker containers * For use in security applications in the retail sector * Using RabbitMQ for message queueing between the internet of things and the cloud.

2018-12-21T19:43:00Z
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Vendor

We host various sites and utilize this solution for purchasing domains as well. It's simple to host small sites and back-end software applications on Azure instead of on regional servers

2018-07-24T16:25:00Z
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Real User

We wanted to deploy applications and have them interact with services on the back-end, so we deployed Azure for this. The performance has been quite good.

2018-07-23T06:38:00Z
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Installation of SQL Server, Cloudera Hadoop, and MySQL. The performance has been great.

2018-01-28T13:15:00Z
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