Azure ConsultingLetting ERGOS Partners configure and provide Azure consulting services that ensures you get the maximum benefit!
Scale without limits
Does your organization still host your servers on physical hardware? If you do, chances are you’ve had a steady increase in costs due to the need for continual hardware upgrades and the technicians needed to set up, configure, and maintain it.
You can avoid all of these when you sign up for ERGOS’ Azure service. For an affordable subscription fee, you gain access to unlimited cloud computing resources that include everything that your business will need now and in the future — web and email virtual servers, virtual desktops, storage systems, application services, and so much more.
Imagine the possibilities with Azure
Enjoy tomorrow’s capabilities today
Build what you want, whenever, wherever
Utilize different types of cloud
Public, private, or hybrid cloud — integrate and manage your solution on a single identity platform
Ensure security and compliance
Power up your cloud
Build infrastructures and application platforms that are delivered via the cloud and tailored to your business’s goals and needs. ERGOS can set up, deploy, and manage your Azure services and environment so your organization can grow and stay abreast of the latest IT developments.
Azure Consulting What you’ll get:
Cost efficiency, thanks to in-depth analysis and forecasting of your cloud spending Improved operations as a result of always-available IT infrastructure
Enhanced security and identity management Round-the-clock support by ERGOS’ Azure experts.
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Azure Services Frequently Asked Questions
What are the basic Azure services?
Azure provides a comprehensive set of cloud services, including compute, storage, networking, and analytics. You can use these services to build and deploy modern applications that are scalable, reliable, and secure.
Which are the Azure Services?
Azure Services are cloud-based services that provide computing, storage, networking, and other functionality to help you build and deploy modern applications. Azure Services are available in a variety of subscription models, so you can choose the one that best meets your needs.
How many services are in Azure?
Azure currently offers over 60 services, with new services being added on a regular basis.
What are the top Azure services?
The top Azure services include Azure SQL, Azure Active Directory, Azure Data Factory, Azure Function, DevOps, CosmosDB, Backup, Azure CDN and more. They are broadly divided into the following categories:
- Compute: Azure offers a variety of computing services, including virtual machines, containers, and serverless functions.
- Storage: Azure provides a range of storage services, including blob storage, file storage, and managed disks.
- Networking: Azure offers a variety of networking services, including virtual private networks, load balancers, and traffic managers.
- Analytics: Azure offers a variety of analytics services, including data lakes, HDInsight, and Data Factory.
What are the different types of Azure?
There are three main types of Azure: Public Azure, Government Azure, and China Azure. Each type of Azure has its own unique set of services and features.
What is the difference between Azure and AWS?
Azure and AWS are both public cloud providers. However, there are some key differences between the two platforms. For example, Azure offers a more diverse range of computing services, while AWS offers a more comprehensive set of storage and database services.
What is the difference between Azure and Google Cloud?
Azure and Google Cloud are both public cloud providers. However, there are some key differences between the two platforms. For example, Azure offers a more diverse range of computing services, while Google Cloud offers a more comprehensive set of data analytics services.