Azure Virtual Machines
Virtual Machines are one of several types on-demand, scalable computing resources. Azure VMs provide you with an operating system and networking capabilities to run a wide range of applications.
On virtual machine, cloud allows scale on demand. That means that you pay for use on the cloud, and don’t need to maintain the physical hardware that runs the virtual machine. Configuring and maintaining the software that runs on VM is required. By the comparison of App Service, Cloud Service, and Azure Virtual Machine.
Whether your mission-critical applications are powered by Linux, Windows Server, SAP, or Oracle, Azure offers certification and support for multiple such workloads, including your favorite open source technologies. In the 50 Azure global regions, users can choose from a wide variety of virtual machine sizes and storage performance classes configured for specific types of workloads. For specific applications Azure IaaS provides purpose-built, bare-metal infrastructure that can scale to extreme sizes.
Enables hybrid cloud strategy
Secures and manages your workloads with built-in tools
Reduces and optimizes infrastructure costs
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