Microsoft Azure

Your tools. Your frameworks. Your cloud.

On-premises, hybrid, multicloud, or at the edge—create secure, future-ready cloud solutions on Azure.

Meet Microsoft Azure.
As part of the Azure services we assess, migrate and manage all the IaaS and PaaS solutions. We offer you a solution which increases security decreases costs, boosts your productivity, and gives you global reach with local presence.
Interested in what migration options there are for your workloads? What Managed Services we have in store? Join us in exploring our Services for Microsoft Azure.

What is Microsoft Azure

Azure is a public cloud computing platform—with solutions including Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS) that can be used for services such as analytics, virtual computing, storage, networking, and much more. It can be used to replace or supplement your on-premise servers. Here are some of Azure Features.


Move compute resources up and down as needed


Supports almost any OS, language, tool, or framework


99.95% availability SLA and 24×7 tech support


Data housed in geo-synchronous data centers


Only pay for what you use

So, why Orbex, and how we can help?

Orbex Solutions partners with Microsoft Azure to offer you the best possible solutions.
Whether you are looking for a secure cloud storage for your data, apps, and workloads or a hybrid solution, we will work with you to understand your requirements and leverage the Microsoft Azure cloud platforms that address your business needs from applications to your entire infrastructure, helping you to improve collaboration and increase efficiency. Get solutions which provides a set of highly scalable, secure, performant, and cost-effective foundation to run all your business applications.

Azure Services and How does Azure Work?

Azure provides more than 200 services, are divided into 18 categories.
These categories include computing, networking, storage, IoT, migration, mobile, analytics, containers, artificial intelligence, and other machine learning, integration, management tools, developer tools, security, databases, DevOps, media identity, and web services.
Let’s take a look at some of the major Azure services by category:

Compute Services

Access cloud compute capacity, virtualization, and scale on demand—and only pay for the resources you use

Virtual Machine

This service enables you to create a virtual machine in Windows, Linux or any other configuration in seconds.

Service Fabric

With service fabric, the process of developing a microservice is immensely simplified. Microservice is an application that contains other bundled smaller applications.


With functions, you can create applications in any programming language. The best part about this service is that you need not worry about hardware requirements while developing applications because Azure takes care of that. All you need to do is provide the code.

Cloud Service

This service lets you create scalable applications within the cloud. Once the application is deployed, everything, including provisioning, load balancing, and health monitoring, is taken care of by Azure.


Connect and deliver your hybrid and cloud-native applications with low-latency, Zero Trust based networking services

Azure CDN

Azure CDN (Content Delivery Network) is for delivering content to users. It uses a high bandwidth, and content can be transferred to any person around the globe. The CDN service uses a network of servers placed strategically around the globe so that the users can access the data as soon as possible.

Express Route

This service lets you connect your on-premise network to the Microsoft cloud or any other services that you want, through a private connection. So, the only communications that will happen here will be between the enterprise network and the service that you want.

Virtual network

The virtual network allows you to have any of the Azure services communicate with one another privately and securely.

Azure DNS

This service allows you to host your DNS domains or system domains on Azure.


Massively scalable, secure cloud storage for your data, apps, and workloads

Disk Storage

This service allows you to choose from either HDD (Hard Disk Drive) or SSD (Solid State Drive) as your storage option along with your virtual machine.

Blob Storage

This service is optimized to store a massive amount of unstructured data, including text and even binary data.

File Storage

This is a managed file storage service that can be accessed via industry SMB (server message block) protocol.

Queue Storage

With queue storage, you can provide stable message queuing for a large workload. This service can be accessed from anywhere in this world.

Accelerate your migration and modernization with Azure

Let’s go forward, together. Get resources at every stage of your cloud migration strategy and modernization journey, including tools and guidance to help you move, manage, and secure all your workloads.