What is Microsoft Azure?

Definition of Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure is a cloud based operating system that can be used as platform-as-a service which allows t developer to perform activities on like.NET, Python, Java, and other programming languages. The program is capable to work as the platform as service which allows it to have high control system then platforms like Google etc..

Brief Description of Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure is an open and flexible cloud computing platform that enables users to build, deploy manage applications that are located on Microsoft data centers. These applications can be built in any language varying from .Net to Ruby on Rails etc. It is a self-service platform that means that it can elastically grow or shrink resources as per user needs. Windows Azure enables users to deploy their applications on data centers responsible for the task worldwide. It uses SQL database to store information. Its distributed caching mechanism minimizes latency and provides high scale performance around the globe.

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