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Azure is an open and flexible cloud platform that enables you to quickly build, deploy, and manage applications across a global network of Microsoft-managed datacenters. Build applications using any language, tool, or framework, and integrate your public cloud applications with your existing IT environment.

Always up. Always on.

99.95% Monthly SLA—Build and run highly available applications without focusing on infrastructure.


Open protocols, licensing, and tools—Use whatever language, framework, and tools you prefer.

Unlimited servers and storage

Automated self-service platform—Scale applications to any size automatically and provision resources in minutes.

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Great enterprise agreement benefits

Microsoft is making it easier than ever for enterprises to use Azure. The Enterprise Agreement offers enterprise customers distinct benefits as they invest in Azure.

Our best prices

Microsoft continues to deliver Azure innovations to the market while improving the transparency and simplicity of Azure to ensure that customers get a great price regardless of where they buy—because Azure pricing is always as low or lower than AWS on for comparable services.

Purchase simplicity

Microsoft has also extended those same great rates to unplanned growth customers on Azure, so they can meet their organizations’ growth needs.

Annual payments

Enterprise Agreement customers that have direct relationships with Microsoft can pay Microsoft at the end of the year for unplanned growth, as long as use is within certain thresholds (see below).

Enterprise portal

Azure, via the Enterprise Agreement, also gives customers access to the Enterprise Portal, a great resource for customers managing multiple accounts or subscriptions.

How it works

Any Enterprise Agreement customer can add Azure to their agreement by making an upfront monetary commitment to Azure. That commitment is consumed throughout the year by using any combination of the wide variety of cloud services Azure offers from its global datacenters.

Pay for added usage at the same great Enterprise Agreement rates.

How to get started

Azure can be added to an Enterprise Agreement at any time, although the anniversary or expiration of an existing Enterprise Agreement commitment is a great time to evaluate how you can take advantage of the tremendous cloud value Azure offers for enterprises.

Contact your Microsoft account manager or reseller to get started today.