Microsoft Azure

As a Microsoft Solutions Partner for Infrastructure Azure, we know how to leverage the platform, so you get maximum returns from your cloud investment. 

Optimising your cloud capability with Azure

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). Virtual machines, Azure SQL databases, servers, storage and Azure DevOps. ARO has the breadth of knowledge and technical prowess to help you assess and implement every choice, customisation and capability Microsoft Azure offers.

Curating your Azure services

An ARO Azure workshop acts as a powerful launchpad for your cloud migration or cloud optimisation project. In these sessions, we explore and refine your cloud computing objectives and usage. We then guide you to the right Azure functions and the best ways to implement your strategy. From identifying the optimal Azure pricing plan to rolling out Azure services and configuring security features.

Transitioning your workloads to the cloud is no easy feat. From ensuring data and application compatibility to optimising the security and reliability of your Azure environment – ARO experts make sure your migration to cloud computing is smooth and successful.

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform and set of services provided by Microsoft. It offers a wide range of cloud services, including computing power, storage, networking, databases, analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT), and more.

Microsoft Azure provides a set of cloud services accessible over the internet. Users can provision virtual machines, storage accounts, databases, and other resources on-demand through the Azure portal, command-line interface (CLI), or APIs. Users can also deploy and manage applications and services in Azure, taking advantage of features like auto-scaling, monitoring, security, and identity management.

Azure enables organisations to build, deploy, and manage applications and services through Microsoft’s global network of data centres.

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform, offering a comprehensive set of cloud services and solutions, and Azure is a part of the broader cloud ecosystem, providing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings to users and organisations.

The time it takes to get a Microsoft Azure certification depends on factors such as the certification level, prior experience, study resources, and individual learning pace. Microsoft offers a range of Azure certifications, each requiring different levels of knowledge and expertise.

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