January 16, 2016 | Bitscape Team, Azure
Azure PaaS is the right choice for many cloud users for many cloud services. Platform as a service (PaaS) is a main key Azure Component, which is useful for buyers and profitable for sellers. Microsoft Azure and Windows Server applications are finally symbiotic as well. The major goal of Microsoft Azure and Windows Server is to make Azure cloud hosted by Windows Server alternative or supplement, which means Azure delivers PaaS features to applications.
A user with Windows Server applications, Azure reinstates both the hardware and platform software. Hence, Azure relocates software licensing charges as well as maintenance costs.
PaaS is Azure’s best feature and clearest differentiator. Additionally, to limit cloud costs, PaaS facilitates hybrid cloud operation. To make this, PaaS facilitates a complete cloud software and hardware platform for applications compatible with Microsoft’s on-premises tools. Azure recommends cloud-friendly implementations on well-accepted server APIs for services such as SharePoint. As Microsoft controls the data center version of the same APIs, it can create flexibility and hybridization into the cloud and data center.
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) allows IT departments to concentrate efforts on their custom applications, not the platform they run on. With Windows Azure, the organization’s IT team can develop custom solutions and manage design, development, and deployment, exclusive of the need to purchase and manage the server hardware, software, storage, security or networks which is used to deliver the solution.
Bitscape is a premier partner with Microsoft, where Bitscape customers will receive a license to take advantage of Microsoft Azure’s IaaS solution. As of now, Bitscape supports Azure’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering; the latest announcement provides the creation of hybrid cloud infrastructure by promoting Bitscape customers to consider Azure to power the infrastructure, which undergirds its PaaS infrastructure.
As time passes, Windows Azure has been established, and more organizations are looking at Azure to solve some of their needs.
PaaS benefits are more than grid computing fulfillment. Microsoft controls middleware in Azure and Windows Server, ensuring on-premises programs can take full advantage of the cloud.
Clients of Bitscape have profited from this service model. If you want to discover your organization’s potential, contact us to schedule a consultation.