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Why use an Azure managed service? You know as an SME it's important to push on with your cloud adoption. However, the ability to safely navigate the journey and manage the resulting environment can keep even the most battle-hardened IT manager awake at night. Microsoft Azure, like all public clouds, is incredibly simple and powerful. Yet it requires a substantial shift in the way you think, communicate and consume IT. That's why many of your peers work with an Azure managed service provider to deliver the business outcomes needed without the pain and expense of executing. While Azure gives you many benefits, it doesn't solve the biggest IT challenge for SMEs – design, migration, operation and management. Azure requires considerable expertise that typically doesn't exist in IT teams today. That talent can be hard to find and expensive to recruit, which can make the upfront investment required overbearing for many SMEs. A managed service provider remotely manages your Azure environment with a combination of Azure expertise, smart people, automated process and underpinning technology. Union Managed Azure Infrastructure Union Managed Azure Infrastructure delivers a fully operational Azure infrastructure service. Union designs and implements your Azure datacentre ensuring you have the correctly configured resources to consume IaaS. Union: Configures: - your Azure subscription in your company name - the appropriate secure connectivity - right-sized base Windows and/or Linux virtual machines - storage account and cloud based security to protect your subscription from attack, malware and viruses - monitoring and alerting of all the underlying Azure components Pro-actively monitors and maintains the environment from our 24x7x365 Service Desk, so that the servers' operating systems remain functional and optimal. Ensures that the server operating system and supporting infrastructure is available and running. Provides a dedicated IT team. Customers are responsible for their business applications i.e. the demarcation point is a functional, performant and network accessible Windows/Linux server that customers can login to for the purposes of accessing and maintaining their application. Managed Azure Infrastructure Powered by Azure, driven by Union Solutions

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