Azure Site Recovery manages disaster recovery for Azure Virtual Machines (VMs), on-premises VMs, Azure Stack VMs, and physical servers.
allows you to build and manage B2B workflows that integrate with 3rd-party Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) apps, on-premises apps, and custom apps.
Analytics and Big Data allow you to analyze all the data you need in real time to make the most informed decision possible.
Security, Identity, and Access protect your services and data in the cloud, while enabling you to extend your existing user accounts/identities, or provision entirely new ones.
Mobile Services enable you to reach and engage your customers everywhere, on every device. DevOps services make it easier to bring a higher quality app to market faster, and a number of engagement services make it easier to deliver performant experiences that feel tailored to each user.
Networking and Content Delivery allow you to easily provision private networks, connect your cloud application to your on-premises datacenters, and more.
Management and Monitoring provide visibility into the health, performance, and utilization of your applications, workloads, and infrastructure.
Internet of Things (IoT) allows you to connect your devices, assets, and sensors to collect and analyze untapped data.
Intelligence enables natural and contextual interaction within your applications, using machine learning and artificial intelligence capabilities that include text, speech, vision, and search.
This article compares the developer tools available between Azure and AWS for building, debugging, deploying, diagnosing, and managing multi-platform, scalable apps and services.
This article compares the highly available, durable and massively scalable cloud storage for your application, whether it runs in the cloud or on premises between Azure and AWS.
Marketplace is a collection of native and partner cloud service offerings in a single place. Compute is a collection of cloud computing resources that your application can run on.