Microsoft Azure cloud services
to solve the most common types of business challenges
Azure DevOps is Microsoft’s SaaS platform that combines tools
for work planning, collaborative code development, and building and deploying applications.
It unites developers, project managers and other specialists involved in the work on the project in a single network.
Optimize your software development cycle with Azure DevOps
- Quickly deliver solutions to your users with robust, flexible tools to plan, track, and communicate with your teams.
- Create, host, and collaborate with your team to add CI/CD Pipeline artifacts in one click.
- Build, test, and deploy your solution with a regular CI/CD Pipeline that supports the most popular cloud platforms and programming languages.
- Test solutions regularly and deliver reliable services with a suite of automated and manual testing tools.
- Get unlimited private Git repositories with the ability to connect through any Git client, development environment or code editor. Improve code quality with code review tools. Use semantic search, which takes into account the context of the request, defines classes and variables.
Azure site recovery
Azure Site Recovery is a cloud-based IT infrastructure replication solution that ensures business continuity by keeping applications and workloads healthy during disruptions.
This is achieved by replicating workloads running on physical computers and virtual machines from the primary site to the secondary location. If the company’s main IT infrastructure fails, then thanks to Azure Site Recovery, a switch to the backup infrastructure is performed. Since this is a complete replica of the working infrastructure, the user continues to work as usual.
There are two ways for further use: to restore the main IT infrastructure and switch users to it from the backup one or continue working on the backup infrastructure in the cloud.
3 replication scenarios:
- Azure VMs from one Azure region to another
- Local virtual Hyper-V, VMware machines and physical servers (Windows, Linux)
- AWS Cloud Instances on Azure
Key benefits of using a comprehensive disaster recovery solution, Azure Site Recovery:
- Easy to deploy and manage
- Reducing infrastructure costs
- Minimizing downtime with reliable recovery
- Support for different environments
Azure Synapse Analytics
Azure Synapse Analytics is a unified analytics platform that combines big data, data warehouses, and data integration into a single cloud service for end-to-end analytics.
This allows you to query data using serverless or dedicated capacity on a large scale. Azure Synapse combines these capabilities by providing a single interface to ingest, explore, prepare, transform, manage, and serve data for critical business intelligence and machine learning needs.
- Unified analytics platform
Perform integration, explore data, provide data storage, implement Big Data analytics, and perform machine learning tasks from a single unified environment.
- Serverless and dedicated capacities
Provide support for data array and data warehouse use cases, choose a cost-effective solution for every workload.
- Storage of corporate data
Build a mission-critical data warehouse based on a proven, high-performance SQL engine.
- Examining the data array
Combining relational and non-relational data and querying files from a dataset from the same service where they are stored.
- Hybrid data integration without code
Create ETL and ELT processes in a visual environment without code to easily accept data from over 95 custom connectors.
- Integration of Apache Spark and SQL modules
Increasing collaboration between data scientists working on advanced analytics solutions. Using T-SQL queries both in your data warehouse and in Spark modules.
- Data log and telemetry analytics
Leverage leading text indexing technologies to extract actionable insights from time series, logs, and telemetry data using the distributed query engine in Azure Synapse.
- Language selection
Use your preferred language, including T-SQL, KQL, Python, Scala, Spark SQL, and .NET, regardless of whether your resources are serverless or dedicated.
- Cloud HTAP Solution
Get insights from real-time transactional data in operational databases (such as Azure Cosmos DB).
Azure Virtual Desktop
Cloud-based desktop and application virtualization solution. Provides desktop and application access from any device, anywhere, anytime.
What are the business opportunities offered by Azure Virtual Desktop?
- Deliver desktops from Windows 10 and Windows 11 to any device, anywhere in the world. With AVD, employees get a solution that is fully optimized for Windows 10, Windows 11, and Microsoft 365 with multi-session capabilities.
- Organization of security and compliance with the requirements of enterprise applications and data. Using strong Azure security features by default to mitigate potential risks and take corrective action.
- Simplified deployment and management. The Azure portal allows you to configure network settings, add users, deploy desktops and applications, and enable security with just a few clicks. Citrix and VMware customers can also simplify the delivery of virtual desktops and applications using Azure.
- Migrate existing Remote Desktop Services, Windows Server desktops and applications to any computer.
- Reduce costs with multi-session and available licenses. Cost optimization is achieved through the appropriate Microsoft 365 or Windows licenses already in use in the company. Multi-session support for Windows 10 and Windows 11 reduces infrastructure costs. The company only pays for what it uses.
Database migration on Azure
Migrate data from the most common database management systems to Azure. The Database Migration Service supports major migration scenarios including SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB.
SQL Server → Azure SQL Database
SQL Server → Azure SQL Database Managed Instance
MongoDb → Azure Cosmos DB
MySQL → Azure Database for MySQL
PostgresSQL → Azure Database for PostgresSQL
DB2 → Azure SQL Database
Oracle → Azure Database for PostgresSQL (requires ora2pg)
Top Reasons to Migrate Databases to Azure
- Expiration of contracts with data centers
- Problems with capital investments
- Urgent capacity needs
- Security threats
- Software and hardware update
- Budget and resource constraints
- End of software support
Benefits of database migration:
- Fully controlled
Focus on your applications, not your infrastructure, with fully managed and intelligent database services.
- Open and flexible solution
Select the required engine, deployment, resource languages and get what you need.
- Unlimited scaling
Prepare for future growth with limitless dynamic scaling and guaranteed high availability worldwide.
- Smart security
Develop secure applications in the cloud according to the requirements and policies of Microsoft Azure.
Monitoring on Azure
Azure Monitor can help you maximize application performance and availability in seconds, while also providing early problem detection.
Azure Monitor collects and analyzes telemetry from both Azure and on-premises environments and allows you to take appropriate action: scale in or scale out a VM, restart a service, or send messages.
- Easily enable Azure Monitor for any Azure resource or hybrid resource
- Browse at any stack level for detailed analytics
- distributed tracing
- log platform
- security scenarios
- Innovation with an expanding open platform
- performance monitoring panels
- open source solution
- partner solutions
- Enabling enterprise readiness for critical scenarios
- Ready for critical scenarios
Benefits of Monitoring on Azure:
Ensures full compliance with GDPR requirements through support for data cleansing and Secure Storage.
Encrypt data at rest with customer-managed keys in Azure Key Vault. Enhance infrastructure security with 256-bit AES encryption and securely connect to any of your private network endpoints with Azure Private Channel support.
Compliance with the requirements
Use activity logs and audit logs for security compliance, retention or archiving of specific data for up to 7 years, with additional support for data immutability in Azure Storage.
Server Migration to Azure
Migrating VMware VMs, Hyper-V VMs, physical servers, other virtualized servers, and virtual machines to the public cloud in Azure.
Migration begins with on-premise resource assessment and migration planning using insights. It’s a step-by-step process and upgrade for fast innovation and high return on investment (ROI).
Triggers for migrating to the Azure cloud:
- Expiration of data center contracts
- Rapid integration of solutions
- Urgent capacity needs
- Software and hardware update
- Security threats
- Modern spplications
- End of software support
What you get when migrating to the Azure cloud:
- High availability of services
- Lack of server maintenance
- Geo-distributed infrastructure
- Scaling flexibility
- Payment within the resources used
- Cost optimization
- Support cost reduction
- Stronger security
Migrate Linux and Windows-based infrastructure, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), applications and data to Azure for a resilient, scalable and secure platform.
Web Apps migration and modernization
The process of upgrading existing programs and data to the cloud model in accordance with business needs.
- Accelerated innovation and reduced time to market
Cloud-based tools and services further help streamline the development process, resulting in faster time to market.
- Security and Reliability
Built-in update and security features to protect workloads. Other built-in features may include task automation for important things like high availability, disaster recovery, backup, and performance monitoring.
- Compatibility and maneuverability
Work of applications with state-of-the-art technologies: they will continue to work even with new technologies that appear. Rapid updates and changes to meet current and future business needs. Enabling automatic scaling so that programs continue to function normally during a sudden increase in demand, and reducing costs during a sudden decrease in demand.
Organizations can build on existing investment rather than spend time and money on something new. Application modernization also helps to preserve many current processes and ensure business continuity compared to connecting new applications to existing operations.