Many companies embraced change as the COVID-19 pandemic presented new challenges and continues to have a multi-sector impact on nations, businesses, and citizens. As cloud computing continues to grow, there are three major trends for the post-COVID era: cost optimization, containerization and serverless computing, and edge. The cloud is a dominant force and the pandemic further demonstrated that many processes can be managed remotely if companies have the right cloud implementation in place. Examine recent growth trends, find out how to navigate them, and see how they’re likely to evolve.
Microsoft Azure Arc is a set of software technologies that is designed to help companies meet their governance challenges and make Azure services available everywhere across diverse and sometimes sprawling infrastructures. With Azure Arc, familiar Azure tools, technologies, and methods can be used across environments, including environments with limited or no connectivity to Azure. Subscribe to stay connected—and we’ll help you navigate the world of Azure Arc and unleash the potential for growth within your company.
Australia’s leading telecommunications company Telstra is using Microsoft Azure Arc for a single pane of control, visibility, and management to help scale-out its edge footprint across Australia, while reducing its on-premises infrastructure and consolidating its cloud presence. The Azure Arc control plane creates a single pane of glass to manage all elements of its infrastructure so Telstra can better monitor and update its services throughout the entire migration process and beyond.
With Microsoft Azure Arc-enabled data services you get Azure innovation, cloud benefits, and a flexible cloud-billing model across your data estate—using any hardware and any Kubernetes. Whether you need to modernize on existing apps, build new ones, or transfer your data to Azure, we have an option for your company’s needs. Sign up and stay connected! We’ll help you find the right path for your data using Azure Arc.
Microsoft is moving fast with Microsoft Azure Arc by porting key managed services to the hybrid and multicloud platform—building a solid bridge between the Microsoft public cloud and competitor’s cloud platforms. With industry best practices embedded in Azure Arc, customers focus only on workloads and applications. According to Forbes, this is one of the best recent moves from Microsoft, helping the company become the leader in hybrid cloud and multicloud offerings. Learn more about Azure Arc and how this new platform is revolutionizing the industry.
Azure Arc offers simplified management, faster app development, and consistent Azure services. Easily organize, govern, and secure Windows, Linux, SQL Server, and Kubernetes clusters across data centers, the edge, and multicloud—right from Azure. Sign up to stay connected. We’ll help you accelerate innovation with Azure Arc and stay up to date on the latest in cloud computing.
Microsoft Azure Arc extends cloud services into places cloud has no reach. EY was able to leverage its existing global cloud infrastructure, add new apps, and run on-premises data systems from a single control center—in full accordance with compliance and regulatory requirements. Azure Arc helps automate its operations, which can be a challenge when working with hybridclouds.
There are multiple on-premises challenges that range from patching and upgrading to data security and governance. With Microsoft Azure Arc-enabled data services, your company can get Azure innovation, cloud benefits, and flexible cloud billing across its data estate—with better cost efficiency and from anywhere in the world. Sign up to stay connected. We’ll help you innovate with Azure Arc to deliver the right cloud experience for your data workloads.
All cloud management capabilities are now native in Microsoft Azure. Containers, VM, on-prem, and public cloud infrastructure can be brought together under Azure Arc. You decide who can access your data with full governance and policy tools applied across your systems, regardless of where they reside. Arc delivers on the promise that Azure is “the world’s computer.”
According to research, 65% of customers intend to continue their changed buying behaviors after the pandemic. Not only that, but 80% of customers say they are more likely to do business with a company if it offers personalized experiences. Sellers are challenged to provide what buyers want and need—and that includes creating an excellent customer experience. Review the infographic to learn how Microsoft is using a holistic approach to integrate marketing, commerce, and sales to unify technology.