Deploy Multi-tenant Cloud-native SaaS based Applications Leveraging Azure PaaS, MVC .Net
Let Microsoft Azure handle your Enterprise Applications and Services while you stay focused on accelerating business growth. Leverage Azure PaaS as your tool for Competitive Advantage. Deploy Multi-tenant Cloud Native SaaS Applications on Azure PaaS at a fraction of cost and least deployment time. Build custom B2B products and Enterprise Applications for Web & Mobile at a rapid space.
Our team of Azure developers helps enterprises with Microsoft Azure Development Solutions and Azure Application Development services. We help create Enterprise-grade applications to automatically scale according to changing market needs.
Azure Web and Mobile Application services
- Azure Databases
- Azure BI and Analytics
- AI and Machine learning
- Azure Storage
- Service Bus and API Management for Integration, Security and Identity
We help enterprises, technology providers and innovative startups build modern applications on the Azure application platform continuum. Our experience in Azure-based development spans applications:
- Deployed on IaaS (compute instances and containers);
- Developed natively on Azure PaaS such as Azure App Services and Azure Functions;
- Leveraging Azure domain-specific PaaS capabilities such as Azure IoT Suite, Azure Media Services & CDN, Azure Cortana Intelligence, Machine Learning, and more;
Our teams bring strong technology expertise, insights and knowledge to Azure PaaS engagements, in addition to valuable experience across solution and industry domains.
Azure application PAAS
- Azure App Services
- Azure functions
Diagnostics and Monitoring
- App Insights
- New Relic
- Azure Monitor
Azure Domain Specific PaaS
- Azure IOT Suite
- Azure Media Services
- Azure CDN
- Azure Cortana
- Azure Machine Learning
Azure Application Infrastructure PaaS
- Key Vault
- Notification Hubs
- Event Hubs
- Service Bus
- API Management
- Azure Storage Services
Azure DB PaaS
- SQL Azure
- Azure PostgreSQL
- Azure MySQL
- Azure CosmosDB
- Azure HDInsight
Containerization and Orchestartion
- Azure Container Service
- Docker Swarm
- Mesos DC/OS
- Service Fabric
Microsoft Azure has made significant advances over the years, offering strong IaaS and PaaS capabilities for enterprises to rapidly build powerful business solutions. It now offers a set of features and capabilities far surpassing its competitors. The platform offers application developers with the tools, building blocks, and environment needed to quickly deploy cloud services. It also provides the vital ‘Dev-Ops’ connections essential to monitor, manage, and continually fine tune the cloud apps. With Azure, much of the infrastructure management is taken care of behind the scenes by Microsoft, thus, allowing 100% focus on innovation.
Let’s walkthrough few Azure development best practices that enterprises need to develop & deploy cloud applications rapidly.
1. Build Powerful Cloud Services
It’s significant to understand the difference between web role and worker role along with their benefits. Choose them intelligently and decouple the application logic between them. Experts suggest utilizing distributed cache to build the stateless application. In addition, identify your static assets like images, JS files, CSS files, etc. and store them in blob storage. This will help in reducing the application package file.
2. Co-locate Application and Data Stores
Managing the latency by co-locating the cloud service and data storage in the same affinity group will boost the application performance. Also, it is advisable to enable the “geo-replication” of storage using Azure Traffic Manager, thereby, helping in disaster management.
3. Use Azure Backup and Smaller Virtual Machines (VMs)
Hardware can fail at any point of time, and it is essential to safeguard the cloud services. Approaching small-sized VMs is better than acquiring fewer large-sized VMs, as they are not fail-safe and have transient local storage. Experts suggest avoiding large VMs until it is a necessity. Moreover, utilize the feature of Azure Backup that maintains the disk-based replicas on multiple locations for the online or on-premise applications.
4. Leverage Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) for Quick Access
CDN caches the static assets like images, videos, JS, and CSS at a tactical location to get an utmost throughput, while delivering the contents to the users. It gives the best performance and user experience by distributing user requests between the application server and CDN. Moreover, Azure CDN offers the features of file optimization, video streaming optimization, query caching, and much more.
5. Know Windows Azure Storage and Database
Azure table storage is aimed at storing loosely structured data. It does not support the features of relational database and indexing. Leverage Azure SQL Database in case of complex queries or data manipulation. Whereas Azure SQL Database is a shared database and offers a standard interface to administer your database. It is important to understand the limitations of the shared database before going for it.
In addition to the above points, it is noteworthy to know about the Azure Active Directory, Platform Encryption, Log Mechanism, Rights Management and Data Security best practices, for secure, available, & scalable application development to avail the maximum benefits of Microsoft Azure and cloud computing.