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January, 2014 (5 years ago)
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Microsoft Azure enables the world’s applications to become intelligent using the next-generation infrastructure, data and developer services.
Azure supports the broadest selection of operating systems, programming languages, frameworks, tools, databases and devices. Run Linux containers with Docker integration; build apps with JavaScript, Python, .NET, PHP, Java and Node.js; build back-ends for iOS, Android and Windows devices. Azure cloud service supports the same technologies millions of developers and IT professionals already rely on and trust.

Some cloud providers make you choose between your datacenter and the cloud. Not Azure, which easily integrates with your existing IT environment through the largest network of secure private connections, hybrid database and storage solutions, and data residency and encryption features — so your assets stay right where you need them. And with Azure Stack, you can bring the Azure model of application development and deployment to your datacenter. Azure hybrid cloud solutions give you the best of both worlds: more IT options, less complexity and cost. It’s why it’s one of the best cloud computing services available.
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HEINEKEN Uses the Cloud to Reach 10.5 Million Consumers
HEINEKEN Uses the Cloud to Reach 10.5 Million Consumers
For 2012 campaign, the Bond promotion, it planned to launch the campaign at the same time everywhere on the planet. That created unprecedented challenges for HEINEKEN—nowhere more so than in its technology operation. The primary digital content for the campaign was a 100-megabyte movie that had to play flawlessly for millions of viewers worldwide. After all, Bond never fails. No one was going to tolerate a technology failure that might bruise his brand. Previously, HEINEKEN had supported digital media at its outsourced datacenter. But that datacenter lacked the computing resources HEINEKEN needed, and building them—especially to support peak traffic that would total millions of simultaneous hits—would have been both time-consuming and expensive. Nor would it have provided the geographic reach that HEINEKEN needed to minimize latency worldwide.
GE Healthcare Delivers Core Customer Solutions on the Microsoft Cloud
GE Healthcare Delivers Core Customer Solutions on the Microsoft Cloud
Two of the company’s businesses—GE Healthcare IT and GE Healthcare Global Services—sought to provide customers with more flexible, yet secure cloud solutions. GE Healthcare IT software and services for Integrated Care create actionable insight across the healthcare system and the care pathway, enabling better clinical and financial outcomes. Healthcare Global Services help health systems manage their operational resources to deliver high quality care safely, efficiently, and affordably. Both business groups knew that while healthcare providers worldwide need better insight and control over data to both improve efficiency and improve clinical care, they must also protect patient information and meet increasingly challenging regulatory requirements Moreover, the company sought to meet its goals without investing additional time and money in on-premises infrastructure. In the United States, GE Healthcare sought to simplify Meaningful Use (MU) reporting to help facilitate the MU attestation required to qualify for incentives from programs established through the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act). Customers in other countries also have compliance needs, and GE Healthcare wanted a solution that it could easily adapt to a wide range of privacy and security requirements.
French grocery chain halves inventory processing time
French grocery chain halves inventory processing time
Chronodrive is a drive-through grocery service in France: customers shop online and drive to neighborhood pickup points where their purchases are loaded into their cars. With more than 60 grocery stores in France, two in Italy, and more on the way, Chronodrive needs up-to-the-minute knowledge of what’s selling in each store so that it can order the right inventory for the next day. To stay agile, competitive, and operationally lean in a highly competitive and fast-growing market, Chronodrive migrated its entire on-premises datacenter to the cloud in late 2014, with most workloads moving to Microsoft Azure. Azure is a public cloud environment that provides compute, storage, networking, and other services for creating and hosting applications in Microsoft datacenters.
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