Benefits of using Windows Server and SQL Server on Azure

When your application relies on SQL Server or Windows Server, @MicrosoftAzure is the logical choice to ensure security, innovation, hybridity, and best cost. Read this whitepaper to learn why customers are choosing #Azure for their server workloads:

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This whitepaper highlights why Azure makes sense for applications that rely on SQL Server or Windows Server, based on four themes: security, innovation, hybridity, and cost.

View: Benefits of using Windows Server and SQL Server on Azure

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