Over 85% of the Fortune 500 rely on Microsoft Azure
and it’s not hard to see why

Easier, simpler, and faster

The Microsoft Azure portal radically simplifies building, deploying, and managing your cloud resources.

Imagine a single easy-to-use console built just for you, your team, and your projects. Make it your own best-in-class toolset by adding fully integrated capabilities from Microsoft, partners, and the open source community.

Organize your portal to custom-fit your work and your work style. Stay on top of the things that matter most by pinning them to your Startboard. Resize tiles to show just the right amount of detail and get insights across apps and resources.

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Real-Time Intelligence

Azure Services

Azure features a robust collection of services across categories such as compute, PaaS, big data, and hybrid cloud integration.
While these are just a fraction of the services available on Azure, they represent key capabilities that set Azure apart.

  • Compute
  • Virtual Machines
  • High Performance
  • Computing
  • Platform-as-a-Service
  • Azure SQL
  • App Service
  • Containers
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Machine Learning
  • HDInsights
  • SQL Data Warehouse
  • Hybrid Integration
  • Active Directory Connect
  • Azure Site Recovery
  • ExpressRoute

Azure’s services extend far beyond just Microsoft’s technology through deep support and integrating with a variety
of open source and proprietary platforms and tools.

Azure Resource Manager

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the management layer at the foundation of Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.

ARM enables the coordination of resources such as network, compute, and storage. Through ARM you can deploy, update or delete all of the resources for your solution in a single, coordinated, and automated operation saving time and resources.

Using ARM allows you to work with all of the resources in your solution as a group. You can use ARM templates to deploy different environments in a way that’s consistent, secure, and repeatable. Cloud automation and devops on Azure starts and ends with ARM.

DevOps and Automation

Security and Compliance

Microsoft has equipped Azure with data security and privacy, control, and transparency that their enterprise customers require.

With robust DDoS protection, malware and threat detection, at-rest and in-flight encryption, and identity management all built into the platform, Azure customer’s enjoy comprehensive security.

Azure also complies with a host of compliance standards and are subject to rigorous 3rd party audits that demonstrate it’s security controls:

Who's Using Azure?

  • GE Healthcare
    GE Healthcare IT and GE Healthcare Services moved all of their core customer solutions to Azure.
  • Wellmark/Blue Cross Blue Shield
    Built multiple new customer facing apps on Microsoft Azure using a variety of Azure Services.
  • McKesson
    Built a new healthcare analytics solutions on Azure with the goal of being easily implemented and affordable.
  • Equifax
    Leveraged hybrid cloud to power it's global network of applications and deploy new systems in months instead of years.
  • Honeywell
  • 3M
  • General Dynamics
  • Alaska Airlines
  • AccuWeather
  • Delphi
  • Washington Post
  • Virginia Tech
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Marquette

The OpsCompass Advantage

OpsCompass is a secure web application that is deeply integrated with Microsoft Azure and helps companies accelerate their move to Azure in a safe and controlled way. Through continuous policy monitoring, automated security checks, and relevant cost analytics, organizations can safely embrace Azure without disrupting existing IT teams.

OpsCompass Advantage