BT integrates Microsoft Azure in its online management tool

BT integrates Microsoft Azure in its online management tool

New Delhi, Sep 22 (IANS) British telecommunications services company BT on Thursday announced BT Compute, a new service that allows BT customers to order Microsoft Azure alongside BTs own cloud services through its Compute Management System (CMS) online management tool.

With the integration of Microsoft Azure into the CMS, BT customers now have access to Microsoft’s integrated cloud services, including Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) computing capabilities.

The service enables customers to build hybrid cloud infrastructure with a single service wrap, contract and on a single bill.

“Through our relationship with BT, we are able to help customers with their infrastructure management and give them the ability to scale their business in a consistent hybrid cloud environment,” said Aziz Benmalek, Vice President, Worldwide Cloud and Hosting Services, Microsoft Corp, in a statement.

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