Dot Net Solutions: Case Study

Dot Net Solutions has leveraged the power, flexibility, security and reliability of Microsoft's Windows Azure platform to create cloud based infrastructure solutions for a variety of clients with a host of different needs.

Conclusion

The Windows Azure platform enables Dot Net Solutions to develop compelling solutions for its clients, with high fault-tolerance and availability, strong security and all the computing power they might demand, on-top. What's more, by reducing infrastructure burden and working with the widest possible range of technologies, Windows Azure makes both development and support easier, leaving Dot Net and its clients to concentrate on what they do best.

Whatever application a company is running, and whatever technology they use to develop it, Windows Azure offers the simplest and most cost effective means of taking it to the cloud, and Dot Net Solutions has the experience and expertise to make it happen.

"Windows Azure "allows us to focus on where our value-add is and where our particular skills lie, and delegate the rest of it out to Microsoft."

Dan Scarfe, Chief Executive, Dot Net Solutions

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