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We are a Microsoft Azure consultancy, with developers who can help with Microsoft cloud services.


Microsoft Azure keeps your applications safe and operating in a reliable manner. Azure products and services offer many modern features that have sprung up in recent years. You can share code, deploy serverless apps, and integrate machine learning into your development. These new solutions provide deeper insights and agility that fills gaps in the market

Azure hosting provides a foundation for building your business on the Cloud. Test and develop apps with ease from a secure environment. With features designed to modernise the process, our Microsoft Azure consultant can help you take advantage of Azure. Dapth is a Microsoft Silver Partner, and can help you engage with Microsoft to set up your server.

With our help, moving to the Cloud with Microsoft Azure is possible through our shared servers or we can set you up with your own dedicated hosting environment.

Microsoft Azure is a secure and stable means for hosting, a first choice option for enterprise level solutions, website and development teams alike.

What can Dapth do for you and your Microsoft Azure hosting?

Dapth is a Microsoft Cloud Service Provider with experience and knowledge in Azure development. We develop cloud-native applications and utilise Microsoft’s enterprise platform.

Our Azure certified developers can help development with the following Azure services: 

  • Micro services through Azure Functions 
  • File storage with Blob storage
  • Developing solutions with database systems as Azure SQL and Cosmos DB
  • Develop event & messaged based solutions through Azure Service Bus or Azure Event Grid
  • API Management
  • Azure DevOps
  • Performance improvement with Azure CDN or Azure Cache for Redis.
  • Hosting through Azure VMs and Azure App Service

Why choose Microsoft Azure for your hosting?

  1. Get more value from your existing Microsoft environment
  2. Full integration with Office 365 and Active Directory.
  3. Build, deploy, and manage apps more quickly and easily without having to buy and/or maintain the underlying infrastructure.
  4. Enterprise security, compliance, and disaster recovery

The benefits of moving to the Cloud with Microsoft Azure.

Azure features a pay-as-you-go model, where you only have to pay for features and space that you use. It allows for faster loading times and better processing. You can also configure server usage within 20 minutes, providing the needed capacity very quickly. No more overpaying for space that you don’t require (yet). The Cloud is a highly scalable platform that works manually and through automation. You can adjust the service plans as you scale up, maintaining the same performance despite increased users.

With Azure, you can set up specific applications that match your industry. It allows you to fulfill the compliance and security features you need.Azure has numerous built-in backup and recovery systems, the most out of any Cloud computing platform. Data shows that it recovers 66% faster than the average IT solution.

  • Microsoft integration - Azure has the foundation to integrate all types of Microsoft applications into it. It makes using the platform easy, as you have all that you need in one place. If you use Azure but don’t have a native Microsoft system, the platform also has BizTalk, which connects with other platforms like Oracle.

  • Keep your code close for faster deployment - Businesses and developers using Azure can quickly deploy apps through the Cloud. There is also an option for hybrid deployment, where you use both on-premise and Cloud solutions. This feature is present in a private operation or when using a public service.

  • Numerous insight sources - You can integrate data with numerous programs, including Excel. Fast information allows businesses to act on valuable insights and see opportunities as they arise.

Why should you use Microsoft Azure over Amazon Web Services (AWS)?

There are a number of reasons why you might consider Microsoft Azure over Amazon Web Services (AWS) or vice versa. We do not know which would suit you best until we understand your technology landscape and internal information architecture. Before we meet to discuss, here are a few potential considerations:

  • Pricing: Both Azure and AWS offer a wide range of pricing options, so it's worth comparing the costs of different services to see which platform offers the best value for your specific needs.


  • Integration with other Microsoft products: If you already use a lot of Microsoft products and services, it might make sense to use Azure as it can be more seamlessly integrated with these products.


  • Regional availability: Azure and AWS have different regions where their services are available. If you need to use a specific region for compliance or other reasons, you should check to see which platform offers the services you need in that region.


  • Ecosystem and support: Both Azure and AWS have extensive ecosystems of partners and developers who build tools and integrations for their respective platforms. If you have specific needs, it might be worth checking to see which platform has more robust support in your area. Noting however in the era of remote access this may not be a limitation specifically, but worth considering where your data and code is being accessed from (via your developers).


Providing Microsoft Azure hosting support since…now.

Ultimately, the choice between Azure and AWS will depend on your specific needs and requirements. It's worth discussing and evaluating both platforms carefully with a consultant (like ours), not a salesman, before determining which provider is the best fit for your project.

At Dapth, we help our clients by providing them with a space on our server or helping them set up an instance in Microsoft Azure. It’s a valuable platform that allows all companies to benefit from integrating modern technologies. 

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What is the next step?

Talk to us if you are looking for a place where you can use virtual machines, multi-cloud infrastructure, and more.

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