Azure companies in Sweden

Once you have decided to make the move to cloud computing, your next step is to select a cloud service provider. It is vital to assess the reliability and capability of a service provider that you plan to entrust with your organisation’s applications and data. Here we provide the top list of companies in Sweden.

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through a global network of Microsoft-managed data centres. It provides software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and supports many different programming languages, tools and frameworks, including both Microsoft-specific and third-party software and systems.

Azure is an OS for the data centre. It handles resource management, provisioning and monitoring and manages application lifecycle. It allows developers to concentrate on business logic. It also Provides common building blocks for distributed applications. Reliable queuing, simple structured storage, SQL storage are some of the processes include in it. 

A cloud application is typically made up of different components

Front-end device

Back-end platform

Cloud-based delivery


Azure includes many services on its cloud computing platform. Compute services includes the Azure Virtual Machines, both Linux and Windows, Cloud Services, App Services, BatchRemoteApp, Service Fabric, and the Azure Container Service. Data services include Microsoft Azure Storage Azure SQL Database, DocumentDB, StorSimple, and the Redis Cache.

Application services include services that you can use to help build and operate your applications, such as Azure Active Directory, Service Bus for connecting distributed systems, HDInsight for processing big data, Azure Scheduler, and Azure Media Services. Network services include Azure features such as Virtual Networks, ExpressRoute, Azure DNS, Azure Traffic Manager, and the Azure Content Delivery Network.

The Azure Service Management (ASM) deployment model has been used to deploy services. Microsoft introduced the Resource Manager deployment model as a modern, more functional replacement for ASM. 

Azure Mobile Apps, included as part of Azure App Service, is a backend that provides multiple features to make it easier and quicker to create a mobile application. Another advantage of Azure Mobile Apps is that you only have to write one version of your backend. The following are some of the features provided by Azure Mobile Apps.

Data storage

User authentication and data authorization are greatly simplified 

Push notifications

easily scale in and out to meet customer demand

You can create a hybrid connection

You can use Microsoft Azure WebJobs to perform back-end processing on the server.

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