By WalkingTree August 26, 2020
The cloud services market is increasing day by day. It has been estimated that this market will grow to $266.4 billion by the end of 2020. There are numerous cloud-service providers, but three of them are in a race to reach the top spot. Those three providers are Amazon web services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google-Cloud-Platform. A good percentage of all Fortune-500 companies use Microsoft Azure.
But why are enterprises adopting Azure, when there are cloud providers to choose from? Let’s take a look at some of the reasons:
Enterprise-centric – Microsoft is aware of how and where enterprises find the best value, and they have modeled their cloud-offerings around these. This helps enterprises migrate easily to Azure.
Medium learning curve – Microsoft Azure uses existing technologies that existing businesses are already using, thereby it provides the users in the business a medium learning curve.
Secure – Microsoft is committed to keeping data on the cloud secure. It has invested about $1billion in R&D, 3500 cybersecurity experts to build capabilities that include over 90 compliance offerings.
Better hybrid cloud capabilities – Microsoft continuously provides strong support for hybrid cloud services, allowing businesses to bring nearly full public Azure functionality using their own on-premises data centers.
Future-ready – As of today, Microsoft Azure has added 1000+ capabilities in the past year and continues to release more enterprise-centric and future proof products in the future.
Read on to know more about Azure and why it is a popular choice among enterprises.
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