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Quickly build and launch digital campaigns that automatically scale based on customer demand. Start simple with the content management system that enables you to easily maintain the messaging on your website in real time, from a browser, with no coding required.
This solution provides a highly available deployment of SharePoint using a load balanced Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), highly available SQL always on instance, and highly available SharePoint resources. It addresses the need to deliver highly available intranet capability using the latest and greatest supported platforms.
The image factory provides a great way for organizations to create, maintain, and distribute custom images with Azure Dev Test Labs. Whether you have globally distributed teams that need to work with a common set of custom images, need to centrally manage the configuration of images to ensure they meet regulatory compliance and security requirements, or complex software setup and configuration requirements, the image factory provides an automated solution to manage it.
This mobile client app offers social image sharing with a companion web app. The app back-end service does background image processing using an Azure Function and can notify users of progress via a notification hub. Non-image data is stored in CosmosDB. The web app accesses the back-end service data and images via Traffic Manager. The mobile client app works in offline mode, allowing you to view and upload images even when you don’t have a network connection.
This solution provides a highly available deployment of SharePoint using a load balanced Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), highly available SQL always on instance, and highly available SharePoint resources. It addresses the requirement to deliver highly available intranet capability using the latest and greatest supported platforms.
This solution provides a small scale deployment of SharePoint using a single Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), SQL, and SharePoint resources. It address the capability to deliver agile development architecture to teams within your business using the latest and greatest support platforms.
We recommend an architecture for IoT applications that's cloud native, microservice, and serverless based. The architecture also supports a hybrid cloud and edge compute strategy as some on-premises data processing is expected. To scale individual subsystems horizontally, we recommend the use of an orchestrator, such as Azure Managed Kubernetes or Service Fabric, or PaaS services that offer built-in horizontal scale capabilities, like Azure App Services.
The e-commerce website includes simple order processing workflows with the help of Azure services. Using Azure Functions and Web Apps, developers can focus on building personalized experiences and let Azure take care of the infrastructure.
Get the most out of your Azure Government subscription. Learn about available Azure Government Marketplace solutions and find guidance on adoption and implementation. Accelerate development and advance your IT initiatives with solutions designed for government. Read the white paper to explore your options for:NetworkingBackup and recoverySecurityOpen source modernizationData and management
Many enterprise IT groups dream of unifying their various automation processes. This guide, written by Tim Ehlen of AzureCAT, tells how to support a common, enterprise-wide datacenter control plane in the cloud that is integrated with your existing workflows or with the latest DevOps processes. Whether you work with Jenkins, Azure DevOps Services, Visual Studio Team Foundation Server, Atlassian, or other services, this guide can help you automate beyond the CI/CD pipeline to the management and policy layers. The process is laid out step by step, based on real-world examples that we have deployed with enterprise customers on Azure.