A Windows Azure screenshot (Microsoft Cloud Computing)

  • Automated: You can easily manage and automate almost everything they provide. From azure SQL backups to computing processing.
  • Usage based: You pay only for what you use.
  • Elastic: You can easily scale according your needs.
  • Managed resources: You can administrate all you have from your control panel anywhere.

Microsoft keeps all these services replicated in bigs datacenters like this one:

MicrosoftDatacenter

Actually Microsoft adds new datacenters from time to time. Since July 2014 is available a new Microsoft Azure datacenter in the southern region of Brazil (São Paulo). This is great news and means we have the first Microsoft Azure datacenter in Latin America where we can host our services.

Here is a map with all the current availables datacenters all over the world:

datacentersintheworld

United States

Europe

Asia Pacific

Azure Region

Location

Azure Region

Location

Azure Region

Location

US Central

Iowa

Europe North

Ireland

Asia Pacific East

Hong Kong

US East

Virginia

Europe West

Netherlands

Asia Pacific Southeast

Singapore

US East 2

Virginia

US North Central

Illinois

US South Central

Texas

US West

California

 

Japan

Brazil

Azure Region

Location

Azure Region

Location

Japan East

Saitama Prefecture

Brazil South

Sao Paulo State

Japan West

Osaka Prefecture

Usefull links:

Click here if you want to check their prices. They provide a online calculator: http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/calculator/

Click here if you want to ckeck the status of their services in the different datacenters: http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/status/#current

Leonardo Herrero is a .NET Systems Engineer with more than 8 years of experience in software development. He is particularly interested in the architecture of information systems. Leonardo is proficiency with various Frameworks, code generators and CASE tools. He always eager to learn and explore new technologies.

 

 

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