Combining the future of DMS; Archive One in Microsoft Azure
Integrate Archive One with Microsoft Azure. No fuss deployment, reliable Infrastructure. Best of all no Telco dependencies!
Key advantages of Archive One in Microsoft Azure:
- No capex – Taking advantage of resources in the cloud allows you to decrease your costs for building and expanding your on-premises resources. You can also reduce the cost of IT administration because the hardware is being taken care of for you, off-premises. The cost of creating, testing, debugging, and distributing Web-based applications goes down because you have to pay only for the computer processing time and storage space you need at a given time.
- Monthly payments – The pricing of Windows Azure is based on consumption, with a per-hour fee that's dependent on the size of the instance for Azure computing services, and per-month or per-transaction fees for Azure storage services based on data size.
- 99% uptime - The backup data is stored in geo-replicated storage, which maintains 6 copies of your data across two Azure datacenters. With 99.9% service availability, Backup provides operational peace of mind. You get high availability and reliability with redundant copies of your data and automatic failover. No more worries about backing up data yourself.
- Quick deployment - Using Azure, you can easily create applications that run reliably and scale from 10 to 10 thousand or even 10 million users — without any additional coding. Azure Storage provides scalable, secure, performance-efficient storage services in the cloud.
- Flexible storage - If the application needs to scale up to meet growing demand, it is easy to change the settings to use more processors. The "pay as you go/pay as you grow" approach lets you bring your new apps to market sooner and respond more quickly to changes in your customers' needs.