Azure Network Services

Azure Network Services

There are many types of network services available in Microsoft Azure Cloud. Some of the categories of networking include connectivity services, application protection services, application delivery services, as well as network monitoring. By using a combination of these services a business can network On-Prem resources with those in the Azure cloud, protect applications with advanced firewalls and Network Security Groups, set up Content Delivery edge caching with a CDN, as well as monitor all of these via services like Azure Network Watcher, ExpressRoute Monitor, and Azure Monitor.…

Azure Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning

Azure Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning

Azure has artificial intelligence and machine learning services available for anyone to use. When we’re talking about artificial intelligence, it is referring to when machines perform jobs that mimic human behavior. This is not necessarily super complex AI, it may be just simple logic that is relying on machine learning to do jobs more efficiently. Machine learning is when machines are able to get better at a given task, without explicit programming from external programmers.…

Azure Data Warehouse

Azure Data Warehouse

Azure Data Warehouse services are offered via a collection of resources in Azure. These are the Data Lake, Synapse Analytics, HDInsight, and Databricks services. All of these services fall into common Data Warehouse scenarios. Data Warehouse is referring to big data analytics, artificial intelligence, cloud storage, and other applications related to big data. For example, HDInsigt works with Hadoop, Spark, Hive, LLAP, Kafka, Storm, and more for big data storage and processing.…

Azure Management Groups Vs Resource Groups

Azure Management Groups Vs Resource Groups

The high-level architecture components that make up Azure are Management Groups, Subscriptions, Resource Groups, and Resources. Management Groups are at the highest level and are used to organize Azure subscriptions. Below Management Groups are Subscriptions. The Management Groups can then be used to apply specific policy definitions to any subscriptions contained in the Management Group. Management Groups, Subscriptions, Resource Groups, and Resources all work together to provide the customer-facing experience that is Microsoft Azure in the cloud.…

Azure IoT Hub Vs IoT Central

Azure Internet Of Things

Azure has a few methods of offering Internet of Things (IoT) services. What does IoT refer to? Internet of Things (IoT) generally is meant to define a network of Internet-connected hardware that is able to collect and exchange data like other computers connected to the internet. IoT devices have exploded in popularity in the connected age and include a wide array of devices such as smart light bulbs, smart refrigerators, smart light switches, security cameras, thermostat devices, drones, phones, wideband hardware, and more.…

Azure Database Services

Azure Database Services

The core database services available in Microsoft Azure revolve around the following five offerings. Cosmos DB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL, and SQL Managed Instance. These services cover the range of what any application might need in the cloud today. Whether you need managed relational, NoSQL, in memory, proprietary, or open-source, Azure has a database service to meet any need. In this article, we’ll have a look at all of these services and describe the key features and benefits of each solution.…

Azure Storage Services

Azure Storage Services

Azure Storage Services offers robust cloud storage in a variety of different flavors to meet any type of modern data storage requirement. Core storage consists of data services such as Azure Blobs, Azure Files, Azure Queues, Azure Tables, and Azure Disks. Storage services in Azure are available by way of a storage account. In addition to the core services are several more granularized offerings to cover all use cases.…