Microsoft Windows Azure

Windows Azure is an open and flexible cloud platform that enables IT service providers to quickly build, deploy and manage applications across a global network of Microsoft-managed datacenters. Developers can build applications using any language, tool or framework and can integrate their public cloud applications with their existing IT environment.

Always up. Always on
Windows Azure delivers a 99.95% monthly SLA and enables organizations to build and run highly available applications without focusing on the infrastructure. It provides automatic OS and service patching, built in network load balancing and resiliency to hardware failure. It supports a deployment model that enables developers to upgrade their application without downtime.

Open
Windows Azure enables organizations to use any language, framework, or tool to build applications. Features and services are exposed using open REST protocols. The Windows Azure client libraries are available for multiple programming languages, and are released under an open source license and hosted on GitHub.

Unlimited servers. Unlimited storage.
Windows Azure enables organizations to easily scale their applications to any size. It is a fully automated self-service platform that allows project managers to provision resources within minutes. Elastically grow or shrink the resource usage based on clients' needs. Clients only pay for the resources their application uses. Windows Azure is available in multiple datacenters around the world, enabling service providers to deploy applications close to their customers.

Powerful Capabilities
Windows Azure delivers a flexible cloud platform that can satisfy any application need. It enables IT vendors to reliably host and scale out application code within compute roles. Data can be stored using relational SQL databases, NoSQL table stores, and unstructured blob stores, and optionally using Hadoop and business intelligence services to data-mine it. Developers can take advantage of Windows Azure's robust messaging capabilities to enable scalable distributed applications, as well as deliver hybrid solutions that run across a cloud and on-premise enterprise environment. Windows Azure's distributed caching and CDN services allow service providers to reduce latency and deliver great application performance anywhere in the world.

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