We’ve worked with many clients over the years to build and manage high-quality cloud solutions. The purposes of these solutions have ranged from a simple analytics and big data processing, to complex machine learning functions and secure cloud information management solutions.
One of the key differences between AWS and Microsoft Azure is it’s use cases. As above, if you are an innovator looking to make a marvellous, bespoke creation, you’re probably going to lean towards AWS. If you are an organisation looking to implement access control and mobile device management solutions, you’re going to be better off with Azure.
Today we’re taking our wealth of experience working with AWS and summarising our top 3 pro’s and con’s of the system. Let’s get started.