Our capacity to manage vast volumes of data and utilise its potential is becoming increasingly important in today’s data-driven environment as we attempt to drive digital transformation. But with data stored on-site, inside the cloud, or even at the network’s edge, today’s data farms are getting more and more complicated. Limitations may be encountered by developers who are creating intelligent and immersive programmes and may ultimately affect their experience. Platform limitations, poor data security, a lack of resources, and price-performance hurdles all contribute to complexity, which can impede the modernization and development of apps.
You can use it all, which is one of the first concepts to grasp when comparing Azure to on-premises SQL Server databases. SQL Server technology is utilised by Microsoft’s data platform, which makes it accessible on physically on-premises machines, cloud service environments, private cloud environments hosted by third parties, and the public cloud.
Fully Controlled and Constantly Updated
Instead of spending as much time repairing, upgrading, and messing up your databases, spend more time developing. Since Azure is the only service offering evergreen SQL, your databases will always be up to date and you won’t have to worry about end-of-support hassles. You can concentrate on applications by letting automation handle even complicated activities like performance optimization, high availability, recovery plans, and backups.
Data Protection with Integrated Intelligent Security
Your data is continuously scanned for risks by Azure. Azure SQL allows you to:
- Utilize proactive vulnerability assessment warnings and smart advanced threat detection to quickly mitigate potential threats.
- Get built-in security features like T-SQL, authentication, network, and key management to get industry-leading, multi-layered protection.
- Profit from the most thorough compliance coverage offered by any cloud database provider.