Microsoft Gold Cloud Competency

  • By Marketing Team
Marketing Team
3chillies are delighted to have been awarded a Gold Competency for “Cloud Platform”, which clearly illustrates our strong ability to consistently and regularly build high quality applications on the Azure Platform. Having been a Microsoft partner since 2006 we take great pride in our relationship with Microsoft and our knowledge of their systems and services. We take particular pride in our ability to develop high performing websites and Mobile Applications supported in Windows Azure.


WHAT IS WINDOWS AZURE?

Windows Azure is an open and flexible cloud platform that enables you to quickly build, deploy, scale and manage applications such as high performing websites and Mobile Apps across a global network of Microsoft data centres. Azure is the cloud used to power big brand names such as Skype, Office 365, Bing, and Xbox. Azure is most renowned for its ability to load balance, meaning that websites or other applications hosted on Azure can seamlessly deal with large influxes of traffic, whether expected or unexpected, providing the best experience for your users wherever they are located in the world. This is achieved through the use of Microsoft’s international Data Centres and Content Delivery Network.  


WHY USE AZURE?


3chillies have been advocates of the Azure platform since its initial release in February 2010, and since then we have seen it evolve into the world’s most powerful, most trusted, Cloud Computing Platform. Forecasts show that businesses will spend $107 billion on cloud-delivered IT services in 2017, and adoption of Azure will continue to accelerate. More than 57% of the Fortune 500 are using Azure and an average of more than 1,100 customers are signing up every single day. By the end of 2014, Azure will be available in 16 regions worldwide – more than any other major public cloud provider.

For more information on hosting your website or application with Azure Services, call 3chillies today on 0118 931 4196.
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