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Microsoft azure service model

Many cloud computing providers are available in the market. Microsoft Azure is one of them. Microsoft Azure provides a cloud computing platform where you can build, deploy, and manage the application through their network of data-centers. The services provided by Microsoft are IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS. This article will make you aware of the services which are provided by Microsoft Azure. There are basically 3 categories in cloud computing: SaaS (Software as a Service):  It allows companies to use the software without purchasing them, which reduces the expenditure of the company drastically since they are already installed on the cloud servers; they can be quickly deployed and therefore saves time. PaaS (Platform as a Service):  It allows developers to build applications, collaborate on projects without having to purchase or maintain infrastructure. IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service):  It allows companies to rent servers, storage space, etc. from a cloud provider. Azur

Microsoft Azure fundamentals

Before going on topic Azure fundamental, we need to understand about cloud computing, to start an application over the network we set up a machine with required hardware and software which is called servers/data centers. To set up a server, we pay a massive amount while we don't need all server resources at all times. Suppose we found an option pay as you go for hardware and software then what option you will choose, a heavy investment or pay as you go service. Definitely, I will choose to pay as you go service instead of maintaining CPUs, Storage, Networking, and Required S/w for an application. In p ay as you go service, you rent them for the time that you need them. The cloud provider takes care of maintaining the underlying infrastructure for you.   Finally, Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services over the Internet using a pay-as-you-go pricing model. Put another way, it's a way to rent computing power and storage from someone else's data center.

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