that will reduce costs, improve security, and give you unmatched computing flexibility.
With flexible and powerful cloud computing solutions, Tricension is the Microsoft certified Azure service provider you need to compete in today’s digital marketplace.
With Tricension as your Azure service provider, you will
Reduce technology costs
Avoid costly hardware buys
Enjoy best-in-class data security
Have the computing power you need, when you need it
Gain flexibility & scalability like never before
Microsoft Azure: a complete cloud solution
Today, the race towards digital transformation starts with cloud computing. The ability for businesses to stay competitive depends on a level playing field for technology since most companies can’t afford the capital costs associated with acquiring and maintaining expensive servers and computing infrastructures.
As a Microsoft Azure service provider, we can help your business access high-speed and secure computing for everything from day-to-day operations to SaaS deployments, development, IoT, AI, and analytics support.
It’s an accessible and secure platform that gives you all the computing power your business needs, without having to invest a fortune in equipment and maintenance.
Why Microsoft Azure?
Microsoft Azure is a cloud platform that gives your business as much or as little power as you need. At its core, it eliminates the need for the kind of costly computing infrastructure like servers, storage, switches — which up until recently was out of reach for all but large-scale enterprises.
A wide variety of services are available, so you can use only the ones you need to support your business. Or, if you already have an on-premises infrastructure, Azure provides flexible cloud support in the form of extra storage, backups & disaster recovery, and software development & deployment platforms.
Is Azure cloud right for you?
Most businesses today use cloud computing to some degree. Whether it’s a simple matter of adding extra storage, or taking advantage of complete managed cloud-based infrastructures, the level of cloud integration provided by Azure will depend on your particular business needs.
Azure managed services models for cloud-based computing
First, some fundamentals. While Azure offers a range of modular cloud services, there are three core service models, each offering varying degrees of functionality and management.
Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
Do you need a complete and fast computing infrastructure with servers, storage, security, and maintenance — but don’t want to invest in the large capital costs? Azure’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) might be right for you.With IaaS, you have complete control over your data environment without having to worry about buying or maintaining the hardware. You’re effectively leasing space on Microsoft’s hardware, allowing you to create your own virtual networking environment for your day-to-day business operations. The benefits of Azure IaaS:
Have full access and control over your environment
Run multiple virtual operating systems
Monitor and manage storage
Analyze system and performance data
Conduct recovery & failover operations
Optimize server loads
While you’ll still have to monitor your network and deploy patches as needed, you’ll be able to perform these tasks with a minimal team, resulting in substantial savings.
Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS)
If your business needs a software development environment, Platform as a Service (PaaS) provides everything you need to develop and deploy software without having to buy or maintain hardware. The benefits of Azure PaaS:
Reduce coding time thanks to pre-built applications and development tools
Develop apps for multiple operating systems
Collaborate with remote development teams
Scale development resources when needed
Because development can be resource-intensive, the major advantage of PaaS is that you only pay for the resources you need. As well, since some projects may require specialized hardware, using a PaaS environment lets you add these services on a pay-per-use basis, giving you a high degree of flexibility for your development project.
Azure Software as a Service (SaaS)
If you don’t need a complete operational platform like IaaS, Software as a Service (SaaS) is an Azure cloud option devoted to supporting individual software applications only. Essentially, SaaS applications are those which are typically accessed online via a web browser and aren’t hosted locally on your computer or server.Where PaaS is a complete development platform, SaaS serves as a deployment environment. If your application is relatively self-contained, then you can switch to a SaaS deployment requiring fewer resources and lower costs.The benefits of Azure SaaS:
Pay only for your app computing resources
No need for dedicated hardware
Access from any browser, worldwide
Promotes collaboration in workflows
Easily push through patches, updates, and upgrades
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How Azure cloud service provider Tricension can help power your business
Whether you’re ready to make a complete leap to cloud computing or you need to supplement your existing on-premise network, working with an experienced Microsoft Azure service provider like Tricension provides you with the complete range of Azure services while helping to ease the transition.
Transitioning to the Azure environment requires careful planning and execution. Trancension’s team of cloud experts will work with you to create a cloud migration strategy and process that:
- Plans and executes server, workload, IT infrastructure, and application migration to Azure
- Provides support for any cloud model (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS), on either private, public, or hybrid environments
- Gives you complete support every step of the way
- Tests and optimizes your cloud infrastructure post-migration
Reduce your IT costs
Microsoft Azure’s cloud environment eliminates the need for capital investments in your computing infrastructure. You’ll gain access to powerful and scalable computing power that lets you remain competitive, at the faction of the cost of owning and operating your own on-premises framework.
In addition, the lack of physical hardware means you’ll be able to do more with fewer resources. Your IT team can focus on monitoring and patching your virtual networks instead of having to maintain, repair, and replace physical hardware. You can run your operations smoothly with fewer employees, giving you the flexibility to deploy your staff to more business-critical operations.
Peace of mind thanks to unrivaled security
Azure offers unrivaled security for your data, with a suite of built-in security features that ensure your operations are protected by Microsoft’s industry-leading data protection protocols. These include:
- Active Directory user role access management
- Security logging & event notification
- Advanced password management
- Azure Security Center operational management suite
- Robust application firewall management
- Data encryption
- Administrative access security
- Protected login controls
Your data is always available
With an Azure IaaS infrastructure, all of your applications and data are stored securely and safely in Microsoft’s cloud servers. Unlike on-premises networks that need to be continually backed up remotely, working on an Azure cloud means your data is always available and accessible, regardless of what happens to your physical surroundings.
Low latency on your Azure virtual network translates into faster speeds for your applications, thanks to optimized server load management tools and the ability to configure your network settings quickly and easily.
With Azure, you’ll have the flexibility that comes with having the access to the types of computing services you need, when you need it. Whether you want a complete remote IaaS infrastructure, or need to add pay-per-use development services, Microsoft Azure gives your business the power to compete with anyone.
Maintaining on-premises hardware is time-consuming and expensive. Not only does your team have to set up, patch, maintain, monitor, and optimize your equipment, you also need to have the staffing levels to support your physical infrastructure.
From a user standpoint, running your business activities in the cloud means that your teams can work remotely, collaboratively, and from virtually any point on the globe.
Imagine purchasing hardware to support a forecast level of activity, only to discover it’s not needed. Or, imagine not having enough computing power available when the need does arise. Either way, a physical computing infrastructure can severely limit your bottom line when business conditions change.
With Azure, capacity problems are a thing of the past. You’ll never have to worry about investing in hardware that ends up under-used, and you’ll always have the ability to access bandwidth when you need it.
Security. Speed. Power.
Backed by Microsoft’s global network of cutting-edge server technology, your Azure cloud environment will deliver the always-available computing power you need to gain a competitive edge.
Tricension: a trusted Microsoft Azure certified service provider
Recognized by Microsoft as a Silver Partner delivering the highest levels of competency and experience, Tricension leverages decades of experience and a drive to provide technology solutions that empower companies meet their business goals.
Working with Tricension as your Azure service provider means you’ll enjoy all the benefits of the leading cloud computing platform, backed by an experienced and customer-focused team designed to help get you there. We’re your trusted advisor, working with your leadership and technology teams to deliver strategies designed to deliver the right technological tools.
Let’s talk today to see how our expert Azure service provider team can start you on the path towards a competitive and cost-effective computing environment.