MPAA relies on Azure and Visual Studio to innovate and increase efficiencies

Much of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences resources lived in isolated on-premises databases. When it hit its limit and needed a quick, safe, and cost-effective growth path, it turned to Microsoft Azure, Azure DevOps, and Visual Studio. Azure provided the capacity to grow usage while accommodating spikes in traffic during the awards season. DevOps united development and infrastructure teams. And Visual Studio made it possible to agilely develop new streaming apps to deliver rich, responsive online experiences to its members across different devices and platforms.

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When the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences maxxed-out its on-premises infrastructure, it turned to Microsoft Azure to expand its capacity into the cloud. It also leaned into Azure DevOps to improve collaboration between development and infrastructure teams and used Visual Studio to develop new streaming apps across Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and tvOS—delivering rich, responsive online experiences to its members across different devices and platforms.

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