Hybrid Cloud Service

Azure Cloud Service

Microsoft Azure commonly referred as AZURE, is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying and managing applications and services through Microsoft managed data centers.

It provides software as a service (SaaS), Platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and supports many different programming languages, tools and frameworks.

Different Levels of Cloud Offering

Azure SaaS

  • Level where applications are built and hosted through third-party vendors that usually charge for a certain amount of service.
  • Most SaaS applications are built on a cloud platform due to the low cost of entry and the ability to scale as customer base grows.

Azure SaaS

  • Level where applications are build and hosted through third-party vendors that usually charge for a certain amount of service.
  • Most SaaS applications are built on a cloud platform due to the low cost of entry and the ability to scale as customer base grows.

Azure IaaS

  • This is the most basic Microsoft Azure offering which gives customer a server in the cloud.
  • Opting for the service, customer is in full control over the virtual
    machine and are responsible for managing everything from the operating system up to the application you are running.

Azure PaaS

  • This level provides an operating system, a database, a web server, an environment for executing your code and additional services such as identity management.
  • Azure Cloud Service puts up with all of the tedious operating system
    details for you, you can focus on developing business applications which the customers are looking for.