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Three Fundamentals for a Successful Hybrid Cloud

Learn how to manage infrastructure more easily, innovate faster, and improve security using the hybrid cloud. Read this one-pager to get guidance on using three fundamentals to create your hybrid cloud strategy: Networking—use a hybrid network to connect and extend your resources, help protect your system, and consistently deliver apps to provide great customer experiences. Identity and access management—create a common user identity for authentication and authorization to all resources, regardless of location. Security—manage your hybrid cloud security posture across on-premises, multicloud, and edge infrastructures from a single place.

Azure Stack HCI: Use cases and scenarios

This white paper describes some of the key use cases for Azure Stack HCI.  Download this paper to understand how an Azure Stack HCI solution is bet optimized for specific uses cases popular for an hyperconverged infrastructure.  This paper is brought to you by Intel and Microsoft.

Move your sensitive data to Azure securely

Data encryption is the most powerful tool that helps secure and prevent compromise of your data. For financial institutions (FI) that routinely deal with large volumes of highly confidential (financial records, trade records) , confidential (PII, IP, regulatory requirements), sensitive (emails, docs) and public (unrestricted) data security is of utmost importance.   Moving to Azure or using hybrid platform means you need to be sure that your data is secure during cloud migration and once it is in Azure cloud. Protecting data in transit, at rest and in use should be an essential part of your data protection strategy as data could be exposed to risks in all stages. With constantly evolving economy, FIs are even more data-driven and data security is most instrumental for them. Today, FIs in Banking and Capital markets and Insurance trust Azure platform to secure their sensitive data. Azure provides you right set of controls and tools, and helps you secure the data in all the stages – in transit, at rest and in use. 

Better on Azure: The Benefits of Using Azure for Windows Server and SQL Server Workloads

Get intelligent security, faster app innovation and unique cost savings by transitioning your on-premises Windows Server and SQL Server workloads to Azure. Download the white paper, Better on Azure: The Benefits of Using Azure for Windows Server and SQL Server Workloads, and see how Azure helps you:Seamlessly integrate all of the on-premises, cloud and edge infrastructure in your hybrid environment. Speed innovation of apps, data and infrastructure with fully managed services. Simplify security management with unified, intelligent tools and more than 90 industry-leading compliance offerings. Take advantage of unique pricing benefits for your existing Windows Server and SQL Server workloads.

Azure Stack Portfolio Datasheet

Azure Stack is a portfolio of products that extend Azure services and capabilities to your environment of choice—from the datacenter to edge locations and remote offices. The portfolio enables hybrid and edge computing applications to be built, deployed, and run consistently across location boundaries, providing choice and flexibility to address your diverse workloads.

SAP on Azure: The Trusted Path to Intelligent Retail

Keep pace with the constantly shifting retail landscape by migrating your SAP workloads to Azure. Run your retail operations with more agility, drive strategic innovation and perform at scale using an efficient and elastic retail cloud platform. Read this white paper and learn how to: Delight customers with personalised experiences driven by advanced data processing and analytics tools.Empower employees to deliver exceptional in-store experiences by connecting them to information about the customer in front of them.Predict and fulfil demand with an intelligent supply chain.Improve performance and accelerate time to insights with the combined agility and innovation of SAP and Azure.

Understand Cloud Pricing Options: What to Consider When Moving to the Cloud

Find the right cloud pricing model for your Windows Server and SQL Server workloads. Get insights on how to best evaluate cloud pricing models based on the workloads that you are migrating as well as your near- and long-term digital transformation plans. Also, learn why Azure offers a compelling option for providing cloud and hybrid environments for your workloads.Read this IDC white paper to get guidance on how to:Evaluate price in the context of different cloud adoption considerations such as agility and ease of transition. Discover additional cost savings through value-added services. Choose the right cloud for your business based on your current technology environment and licensing.

Azure SQL Database for gaming industry workloads

Resource demand from the gaming industry is one of the highest-growing markets for cloud providers and it is critical that Microsoft Azure and Azure SQL Database offer the fastest performance coupled with the lowest price-to-performance ratios. Gaming customers are choosing Azure SQL Database over virtual machine and in-house alternatives so they can run on the latest stable version of the database engine, get built-in high-availability, automated backups and geo-replication while being able to easily scale up or out depending on new game launch requirements.   This document briefly details the technical aspect of why Azure SQL Database is the best place to run online games. 

Azure Support Plans Datasheet

Get the most out of Azure with Azure Support. Our support approach is designed with you in mind. We offer a support experience for every stage of your cloud journey to help you achieve the outcomes you want, according to your needs. 

The Road to Intelligent Manufacturing: Leveraging a Platform Approach

Intelligent manufacturing, driven by both opportunity and necessity, is the next evolution in both process and discrete manufacturing. Learn how Capgemini and Microsoft work together to help organizations successfully pass through each phase of their journey to connectivity, automation, and cloud-scale analytics, data, and decision making.