When migrating from AWS to Azure
Azure and AWS provide similar IaaS features for virtual machines, networks, and storage. However, Azure provides powerful PaaS features that are an important part of today’s cloud infrastructure.
Microsoft Azure PaaS provides the environment, tools, and building blocks that application developers need to quickly create and deploy new cloud services. It also provides an important “dev-ops” connection for monitoring, managing and continuously tuning these applications. With Azure PaaS, most of the infrastructure management is handled by Microsoft.
The .Net programming language and Azure compatibility are one of the most useful benefits of Azure. This gives Microsoft an edge over AWS and its competitors. Azure is designed and optimized to work consistently with older and new applications developed using the .Net Framework. It is much easier and easier for companies to migrate from Windows applications to Azure Cloud, as opposed to AWS.
Azure is built on the SDL (Security Development Lifecycle) development cycle, a leading industry assurance process. Security is included in the kernel, and private data and services remain secure and protected on the Azure cloud.
Hybrid Solution For Seamless Cloud Connectivity
Amazon is still testing hybrid water, but Azure already has hybrid features. Seamlessly connect your data center to the cloud. Azure provides a consistent platform for mobility between local and public clouds.
Azure provides an integrated environment for developing, testing, and deploying cloud applications. The choice of the structure depends on the client and the open development language further increases the flexibility of Azure migration. In addition to APIs and templates, you can take advantage of standard services such as the web, mobile, and media to begin developing Azure applications. Azure PaaS integrates all applications, data, devices and partners, both on premise and in the cloud.
AWS is widely recognized as complex. This is clear from many tutorials, user guides and troubleshooting documents. Conversely, Azure offers the same proven and reliable technology that some companies used in the past and still use today.
If your company is already using Microsoft software, you can have a “Business Agreement” with Microsoft. Microsoft is generally entitled to receive discounts on Microsoft software used to adjust these contracts to lower Azure prices. As a result, a corporate contract typically provides companies with a significant incentive to use Azure.