Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform and infrastructure, created by Microsoft, for building, deploying and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed datacenters.
Bacon is a meat product prepared from a pig and simply delicious.
Azure is the New Bacon™ because this amazing technology takes on the many benefits of the delectable food item while leaving the unhealthy traits behind!
We will help you assess your business needs and challenges. We’ll help you streamline your disaster recovery planning, deployment and testing that would get your business ready. With pay-as-you-go pricing, you can save by paying for only the resources you use.
We can move your on-premise Active Directory Federation Services and directory synchronization services to Azure! This will further reduce your on-premise footprint and IT costs while improving uptime for your Office 365 users that use Single-Sign-On (SSO)
We can help you get started to outline the steps for your organization to harness the power Azure effectively and efficiently. Our solution architects will work to identify and document the key technical issues of implementing and maximizing Azure in your business.
KiZAN can help migrate your on-premises Team Foundation Server to Microsoft’s cloud-hosted Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), or get your team started sharing code, tracking work, and shipping software. Our Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) experts will help you evaluate on-premises TFS and cloud-hosted VSTS.
Visual Studio Application Insights gives product owners, development teams, and operations staff powerful insights for any app or service by streaming real-time app telemetry to Azure. With this data, it’s easy to detect issues, diagnose crashes, and track usage in mobile, web, and traditional desktop apps.
Azure and PowerBI provide a complete set of services for data analytics from data processing through visualization, for developers, IT professionals, and business users. KiZAN will help you to ingest data from multiple sources, from existing on-premises systems, SaaS services, or directly from many other Azure services.