What is Microsoft Azure?
Azure is Microsoft’s cloud computing platform. It is made up of an increasing range of integrated services (analysis, computation, database, mobile functions, networking, storage and web) that accelerate migration and productivity, while allowing you to save money.
Designed to protect your data
Some organizations are always suspicious when it comes to the cloud. That’s why Microsoft has committed to the protection and confidentiality of your data. Microsoft is the first cloud provider to have been validated by the data protection authorities of the European Union through its commitment to scrupulously abide by the European privacy regulations. Microsoft is also the first cloud provider to adopt the new international ISO 27018 standard for cloud confidentiality. We also launched Azure Government, a standalone version of Azure designed to strictly comply with U.S. administration compliance requirements.
Openness and flexibility
All developers and IT professionals can be productive with Azure. The built-in tools, predefined templates, and managed services available within Azure allow you to easily and quickly create and manage enterprise, mobile, web, and IoT (Internet of Things) applications, by making Call for the existing skills and technologies of it developers and professionals. In addition, for the second consecutive year, Microsoft is the only provider to get the first place in Gartner’s Magic quadrants for the cloud infrastructure as a service, the application platform as a service, and the Storage in the cloud.
A source of information
Azure’s predictive Analysis Services such as Machine Learning, Power BI, and Stream Analytics have redefined the basics of decision making. Make more informed decisions, improve customer service and unveil new business opportunities based on your structured, unstructured, or Internet of Things (IoT) data.
ValorConseil is part of the Azure Circle partners, which must demonstrate the success of their implementations in azure projects. We also participate in the tests of the French datacenters, the first of which will be put into service 2018.