An IaaS cloud vendor runs and manages server farms running virtualization software, enabling you to create VMs that run on the vendor’s infrastructure. Depending on the vendor, you can create a VM running Windows or Linux and install anything you want on it.
Some of the services available under IaaS in Azure are:
Azure also provides the ability to set up virtual networks, load balancers, and storage and to use many other services that run on its infrastructure. You don’t have control over the hardware or virtualization software, but you do have control over most everything else. In fact, unlike PaaS, in the case of Iaas, you are completely responsible for the deployment, maintenance, monitoring, and scaling of resources to run your application.
Azure Storage is Microsoft's cloud storage solution for modern data storage scenarios. Azure Storage offers a massively scalable object store for data objects, a file system service for the cloud, a messaging store for reliable messaging, and a NoSQL store.
Azure Storage includes these data services:
All access to data in storage happens through storage accounts. An Azure storage account provides a unique namespace to store and access your Azure Storage data objects.
Azure DevOps provides developer services to support teams to plan work, collaborate on code development, and build and deploy applications. Developers can work in the cloud using Azure DevOps Services or on-premises using Azure DevOps Server. Azure DevOps Server was formerly named Visual Studio Team Foundation Server (TFS).
Azure DevOps provides integrated features that you can access through your web browser or IDE client. You can use one or more of the following services based on your business needs:
You can contact the Microsoft and community Azure experts on the MSDN Azure and Stack Overflow forums to find answers to your technical questions about Azure products and services.
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