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Microsoft Azure pros and cons

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Microsoft Azure Pros review quotes

MT
Jul 15, 2020
It is a flexible solution that is straightforward to use.
PS
Jan 5, 2022
Microsoft Azure is an optimized solution when we compare it to any other particular cloud solution.
Nicolas Chabrier - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 26, 2024
The customer service and support are very good. When we raise a ticket, we quickly get feedback or someone assigned to help us identify the problem, which, 90% of the time, was on our end. I'm very happy with the support they provide.
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VM
Feb 20, 2024
It is a stable solution because it depends on the workload you expect. Based on that data, you can configure how many users it can handle.
GW
Jan 4, 2022
In terms of scalability, it is perfect.
Peter Ojo - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 23, 2024
The platform's user-friendliness eliminates the need for lengthy training periods, enabling swift navigation for new users.
Arunprasad Kumar - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 23, 2024
It's very scalable. We can scale up to 80-85% without issues.
OJ
Apr 8, 2021
The user interface is very nice and makes everything easy to use.
Marco Cenzato - PeerSpot reviewer
Dec 8, 2021
The valuable features of Microsoft Azure are that it is cloud-based and has good storage. The storage is completely managed by Azure. We do not need to do any patching of security because it is handled by Azure which is a benefit. The solution is fully compatible with the Microsoft technology stack and is very scalable.
SS
Apr 13, 2021
The product scales extremely well.
 

Microsoft Azure Cons review quotes

MT
Jul 15, 2020
Stability can suffer in the context of a large architecture.
PS
Jan 5, 2022
There are multiple DevOps solutions and tools available in Microsoft Azure, but most of the time they are either in the build mode, meaning you don't get complete support for them because they are either making changes, or changing the names of the particular services. Sometimes, services vanish from the portal. We are not able to see that. I think they actually change the names of the services.
Nicolas Chabrier - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 26, 2024
The only thing is regarding the management of multi-cloud environments. That's not really possible.
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VM
Feb 20, 2024
One key area for improvement is the Azure load balancer. Currently, it only supports virtual machines (VMs) running in the same virtual network (vNet) on the backend. They should definitely support machines or IPs running on-premises (prem) or in other Azure VNets. GCP and AWS already support that. So, Azure Load Balancer should support that as well
GW
Jan 4, 2022
Microsoft Azure is so complicated inside. If you should do something internally, if you have to configure something, the opinion about Azure is that it is a little complicated inside. That's why the end users and clients are looking for help and why we help them configure and do anything inside of Azure. That is why we offer other tools to optimize the Azure environment.
Peter Ojo - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 23, 2024
Improvements are needed in Azure to enhance integration tools and support for effectively migrating and managing third-party dependencies.
Arunprasad Kumar - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 23, 2024
I don't understand why we spend so much time and money on Azure when Microsoft relies on third-party companies for support in the CSP model. I don't know how the support model works within Microsoft, but giving it to poor-performing third-party companies is not ideal.
OJ
Apr 8, 2021
Support could be improved. If you pay for a higher plan, it's okay, however, the lower plans don't offer as good of a service experience.
Marco Cenzato - PeerSpot reviewer
Dec 8, 2021
The solution should improve the shared cache. For the shared cache, Microsoft uses RADIUS third-party services. We have a lot of trouble with RADIUS and I suppose that is due to the fact that is not owned completely by Microsoft.
SS
Apr 13, 2021
They need to make storage easy and offer more interconnectivity between solutions.