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Introduction to Azure

Formerly it was known as Windows Azure, it was released by Microsoft on February 01, 2010. Azure is a Cloud computing service for building, deploying, testing and managing applications and services through the Microsoft-managed data centers. It supports various programming languages, tool frameworks including both third-party software and Microsoft-specific systems. Azure also provides software as a service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS). In its development stage, it was named “Project Red Dog”. This was renamed to ‘Microsoft Azure’ on March 25, 2014.

Reasons you should learn Azure:

  • Microsoft Azure is one of the popular cloud services on Earth. It is the fastest-growing provider in the market and has the market share rate second only to Amazon Web Services.
  • No worries of Infrastructure. Running a small software and maintaining the hardware for the same is expensive and time-consuming. Azure provides the world-class infrastructure without even breaking your budget.
  • You will use the tools that you already know. Azure is integrated with products that Microsoft has offered for years. Azure SQL Server is based on the extremely popular Microsoft SQL Server.
  • Cloud skills are in demand nowadays. IDC predicts the growth rate in spending on cloud services will increase six times the rate of spending in other areas of IT.

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