Azure Storage Bridges the Gap Between Your Budget and Your Needs
Azure Storage is a common interest for those exploring the benefits of Azure Managed Services, so let’s look further.
Cloud backup and recovery options, such as those running on Microsoft Azure’s cloud platform, can help bridge the gap between your budget and your needs. Let’s take a look at why.
Azure Storage is elastic. Massively scalable, even. That means you can design applications for a large global audience and scale those applications as needed, both in the amount of data stored and the number of requests made against it. You pay only for what you use, and only when you use it.
Azure Storage automatically load balances your data based on traffic. This means that as the demands on your applications grow, Azure Storage automatically allocates the appropriate resources to meet them.
Azure Storage is accessible from anywhere in the world, from any type of application, whether it’s running on the cloud, on the desktop, on an on-premises server, or on a mobile tablet or device. You can use Azure Storage in mobile scenarios where the application stores a subset of data on the device and synchronizes it with a full set of data stored in the cloud.
Those are only three good reasons why Azure Storage can become a key part of your disaster recovery plan to keep your business up and running should a disaster occur.
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Laurie Head is AISN VP Communications,