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It’s widely acknowledged that to understand the present, and to try and predict the future you must know and understand the past.
The current data centre landscape is a complex place. Virtualisation of compute resources with VMware has been the de facto standard for over a decade. The move to software defined infrastructure has been gathering momentum and VMware’s vision for the software defined data centre (SDDC) looks set to augment vSphere offerings and continue to dominate the private data centre landscape.
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As part of my day job I was asked to write a short article explaining why I think organisations should consider Azure for there public cloud services.
At a very high level the five reasons, that I believe are part of a compelling growing argument are;
- Identity Management.
- Microsoft Trust Centre and Security.
- Azure App Service.
- Azure Service Bus.
- Azure Stack.
As you can imagine reducing the list of Azure services to just five bite size discussion topics was very tough. It is probably no surprise to those of you that follow this blog, that I prepared information about more than the five!
So after the brake and in no particular order, here are the Azure reasons and services than didn’t quite make the final article, which appears on Xtravirt’s website.