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Customers trust Azure to power their hybrid environments
Security is a major concern when moving to the cloud, and Azure gives you the tools and resources you need to address those concerns. Innovation in data can open new doors as you move to the cloud, and Azure offers the easiest cloud transition, especially for customers running on SQL Server or R2 with concerns about end of support. How easy is it to combine new cloud resources with what you already have on-premises? Microsoft is committed to enabling a hybrid approach to cloud adoption. Our commitment and passion stems from a deep understanding of our customers and their businesses over the past several decades. We understand that customers have business imperatives to keep certain workloads and data on premises, and our goal is to meet them where they are and prepare them for the future by providing the right technologies for every step along the way. In fact, in a Microsoft survey of enterprise customers, when those customers were asked about their migration plans for Windows Server, they were 30 percent more likely to choose Azure. Take Komatsu as an example. Komatsu achieved 49 percent cost reduction and nearly 30 percent performance gain by moving on-premises applications to Azure SQL Database Managed Instance and building a holistic data management and analytics solutions across their hybrid infrastructure.
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There are two types of storage systems: one optimized to store data, the other optimized to deliver it. One is engineered with legacy technologies, like spinning disk or retrofit software. The other is modern, architected from the ground up to be massively parallel, thus eliminating serial bottlenecks. Legacy infrastructures often prevent data from moving at the speed of your business.