Since Microsoft began migrating on-premises workloads to the cloud. Modernizing and transforming the IT footprint using built-in tools and data insights that Azure provides to optimize costs (such as Azure Advisor, Azure Cost Management and Billing, and Azure Monitor) and reinvesting in modernization for business growth. Today most major companies almost completely allow workloads to run on the cloud and optimize their costs by managing these workloads efficiently with a mix of other clouds and on-prem servers. Azure is considered the platform of choice for many to meet their goals today and to build for the future tomorrow.
Fiserv, a global fintech and payment company, improved its payment processing infrastructure to simplify operations bringing benefits such as risk reduction and cost savings. Perrigo, a worldwide producer, and supplier of consumer self-care products for businesses, unlocked agility and flexibility through streamlined finance workloads to build a single source of truth for finance. The Bank of Angola became the first bank in Angola to embrace digitization by moving to the cloud to innovate and improve processes and infrastructure. O2 Czech Republic, the leading telecommunications company in the Czech Republic, saw a 30 percent total cost of ownership (TCO) savings for every workload they moved while enhancing security and scaling their entertainment business.
We can see a lot of companies get more with less and get the most out of their Azure investments. Businesses that optimize their cloud investments with unique offers find that it becomes much less expensive to run Windows Server and SQL Server VMs on Azure.