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Windows Server on Azure

Windows Azure Virtual Machines (VM) are an on-demand, scalable computing resources. Generally, you use a VM when you need more control over the computing environment

An Azure VM gives you the flexibility of virtualization without having to buy and maintain the physical hardware that runs it. However, you still need to maintain the VM by performing tasks, such as configuring, patching, and installing the software that runs on it.

Azure virtual machines can be used in various ways. Some examples are:

· Development and test. Azure VMs offer a quick and easy way to create a computer with specific configurations required to code and test an application.

· Applications in the cloud. Because demand for your application can fluctuate, it might make economic sense to run it on a VM in Azure. You pay for extra VMs when you need them and shut them down when you don’t.

· Extended datacenter. Virtual machines in an Azure virtual network can easily be connected to your organization’s network.

The number of VMs that your application uses can scale up and out to whatever is required to meet your needs.


Excellent Offer

Extended support for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 will end on January 14, 2020 but receive three more years of security updates at no additional charge when you migrate to Azure.

Save up to 80% by using your on-premises licenses in the cloud.

Unequalled innovation

Modernize your apps using more than 100 Azure services. Get unique, built-in resource management and governance solutions when you use Windows Server on Azure. Always have the latest SQL Server capabilities in the cloud

with an evergreen SQL database that requires no work for patching or upgrading.

Unsurpassed security

Help protect against threats using the built-in, cloud-native security features of Windows Server on Azure, which has the most compliance offerings of any public cloud. Get unified, powerful threat protection for your on-premises and cloud workloads with the platform-level security and governance features of Azure Security Center. More than 6.5 trillion threat signals analyzed daily.

Hybrid operations

Azure is the only cloud with end-to-end hybrid infrastructure and consistent security, identity, and management features

A consistent identity system to support your hybrid strategy with Azure Active Directory

Take advantage of backup, monitoring, disaster recovery, and cloud storage when you connect your on-premises servers to Azure using Windows Admin Center.


Keep your budget in check with low-cost, per-second billing
Optimize your cloud spend with Azure Cost Management. Get three more years of free extended security updates for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 when you migrate to Azure.

Scale from one to thousands of VM instances in minutes with VM Scale Sets
Set up highly available, centrally managed, and scalable services for computationally intensive, big data, and container workloads with virtual machine scale sets. Reduce cost and time to reimage your VMs for your stateless applications with Ephemeral OS disks.

Encrypt sensitive data, protect VMs from malicious threats, secure network traffic, and meet regulatory and compliance requirements
Azure Disk Encryption helps you address organizational security and compliance requirements, by encrypting your virtual machine disks with keys and policies that you control in Azure Key Vault. Azure Disk Encryption enables you to encrypt your virtual machine disks, including the boot and the data disks. All of the data in the virtual machine disks are encrypted at rest, using industry-standard encryption technology in your Azure Storage accounts.

Deploy your own VM image or download images from the Azure Marketplace
Shared Image Gallery is a service that helps you build structure and organization around your managed images. You can share your images to different users, service principals, or AD groups within your organization. Shared images can be replicated to multiple regions, for quicker scaling of your deployments. A managed image is a copy of either a full VM (including any attached data disks) or just the OS disk, depending on how you create the image. The managed image remains in storage and can be used over and over again to create nikkik



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