In computing, network virtualization or network virtualization is the process of combining hardware and software network resources and network functionality into a single, software-based administrative entity, a virtual network. Network virtualization involves platform virtualization, often combined with resource virtualization.

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Enhance security and isolation

Azure Virtual Network gives you an isolated and highly-secure environment to run your virtual machines and applications. Use your private IP addresses and define subnets, access control policies, and more. Use Virtual Network to treat Azure the same as you would your own datacentre.

Global reach

Traffic between Azure resources in a single region, or in multiple regions, stays in the Azure network—intra-Azure traffic doesn’t flow over the Internet. In Azure, traffic for virtual machine-to-virtual machine, storage, and SQL communication only traverses the Azure network, regardless of the source and destination Azure region. Inter-region virtual network-to-virtual network traffic also flows entirely across the Azure network.

Sophisticated network topologies

In a virtual network, run your favourite network virtual appliances—WAN optimizers, load balancers, and application firewalls—and define traffic flows, allowing you to design your network with a greater degree of control.

Extend your datacentre into the cloud

Use Virtual Network to extend your on-premises IT environment into the cloud, like you set up and connect to a remote branch office. You have options to securely connect to a virtual network—choose an IPsec VPN or a private connection by using Azure ExpressRoute.

Hybrid applications

Use Virtual Network to build your hybrid cloud applications that securely connect to your on-premises datacentre—so an Azure web application can access an on-premises SQL Server database, or authenticate customers against an on-premises Azure Active Directory service.

IaaS and PaaS

Use Virtual Network to build your services that rely on Azure cloud services and Azure Virtual Machines. Use Azure web roles for your front end and virtual machines for backend databases. Combine platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) in a virtual network to get more flexibility and scalability when you’re building apps.

Load Balancer

iT1 Services helps you improve the distribution of workloads across multiple computing resources, such as computers, a computer cluster, network links, central processing units, or disk drives by the use of Load Balancer. Load balancing aims to optimize resource use, maximize throughput, minimize response time, and avoid overload of any single resource. Using multiple components with load balancing instead of a single component may increase reliability and availability through redundancy. Load balancing usually involves dedicated software or hardware, such as a multilayer switch or a Domain Name System server process.

Benefits That You Get With It

Simplify load balancing for applications

With built-in load balancing for cloud services and virtual machines, you can create highly-available and scalable applications in minutes. Azure Load Balancer supports TCP/UDP-based protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, and SMTP, and protocols used for real-time voice and video messaging applications.

High availability and robust performance for your applications

Load Balancer automatically scales with increasing application traffic. Without you needing to reconfigure or manage the load balancer, your applications provide a better customer experience.

Internal load balancer

Use the internal load balancer for traffic between virtual machines inside your private virtual networks, or use it to create multi-tiered hybrid applications.

Build highly reliable applications

Load Balancer probes the health of your application instances, automatically takes unhealthy instances out of rotation, and reinstates them when they become healthy again. Use Load Balancer to improve application uptime.

Secure your networks

Control your inbound and outbound network traffic, and protect private networks using built-in network address translation (NAT). Secure your network and integrate network security groups with Load Balancer.

Expand your reach using IPv6

Load-balanced IPv6 Internet connectivity all the way to native IPv6 endpoints on your Azure virtual machines. Native dual-stack endpoints help meet regulatory requirements and address the fast-growing number of devices in mobile and IoT markets looking to connect to Azure-based services.

Data Lake

With iT1 Services alongside you don't need to worry about storage complexities. Azure Data Lake includes all the capabilities required to make it easy for developers, data scientists and analysts to store data of any size, shape and speed, and do all types of processing and analytics across platforms and languages. It removes the complexities of ingesting and storing all of your data while making it faster to get up and running with batch, streaming and interactive analytics. Azure Data Lake works with existing IT investments for identity, management and security for simplified data management and governance. It also integrates seamlessly with operational stores and data warehouses so you can extend current data applications. Azure Data Lake solves many of the productivity and scalability challenges that prevent you from maximising the value of your data assets with a service that is ready to meet your current and future business needs.

Petabyte-size files and trillions of objects

With Azure Data Lake Store, analyse all of your data in one place with no artificial constraints. Data Lake Store can store trillions of files. A single file can be larger than one petabyte in size—180 times larger than other cloud store options. This makes Data Lake Store ideal for storing any type of data including massive datasets like high-resolution video, genomic and seismic datasets, medical data, and data from a wide variety of industries.

Scalable throughput for massively-parallel analytics

Without you redesigning your application or repartitioning your data at higher scale, Data Lake Store scales throughput to support any size of analytic workload. You get massive throughput to run analytic jobs with thousands of concurrent executors that efficiently read and write hundreds of terabytes of data.

Always encrypted, role-based security and auditing

Data Lake Store protects your data assets and extends your on-premises security and governance controls to the cloud. Your data is always encrypted, while in motion using SSL, and at rest using service or user-managed HSM-backed keys in Azure Key Vault. Single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication, and seamless management of millions of identities is built-in through Azure Active Directory. Authorize users and groups with fine-grained POSIX-based ACLs for all data in your store and enable role-based access controls. Meet security and regulatory compliance needs by auditing every access or configuration change to the system.

HDFS for the cloud

Microsoft Azure Data Lake Store supports any application that uses the open Apache Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) standard. By supporting HDFS, you can easily migrate your existing Hadoop and Spark data to the cloud without recreating your HDFS directory structure.

Enterprise-grade support

With Data Lake Store, you get a 99.9% enterprise-grade SLA and 24/7 support for your big data solution.

Web Apps

iT1 Services brings you the perfect solution to develop your web applications in your own preferred language. Azure App Service Web Apps (or just Web Apps) is a service for hosting web applications, REST APIs, and mobile back ends. You can develop in your favourite language, be it .NET, .NET Core, Java, Ruby, Node.js, PHP, or Python. You can run and scale apps with ease on Windows or Linux VMs. Web Apps not only adds the power of Microsoft Azure to your application, such as security, load balancing, auto scaling and automated management. You can also take advantage of its DevOps capabilities, such as continuous deployment from VSTS, GitHub, Docker Hub, and other sources, package management, staging environments, custom domain, and SSL certificates.

Jumpstart your app building

Get your web apps into users’ hands faster using .NET, Java, Node.js, PHP, and Python on Windows or .NET Core, Node.js, PHP or Ruby on Linux. Use a fully-managed platform to perform OS patching, capacity provisioning, servers, and load balancing. Configure from CLI or the Azure portal, or use prebuilt templates to achieve one-click deployment.

Increase developer productivity

Start fast and finish faster with source code integration from GitHub, live debugging, and one-click publish directly from Microsoft Visual Studio IDE. Easily connect to your database of choice, and tap into an ecosystem of OSS packages, APIs, connectors, and services through the Azure Marketplace, expediting development. Quickly add custom domains and SSL, single sign-on (SSO) integration with popular identity providers, and application health monitoring to your apps with the Azure portal.

Ship updates faster

Automate deployments with continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) capabilities using Visual Studio Team Services, Bit Bucket, and GitHub. App Service creates an association with the selected repository, so your apps are updated each time your source code changes. Schedule performance and quality tests with staging environments, use deployment slots to swap staging to production in seconds, and roll back to previous versions without downtime.

Achieve global scale on demand

Get high availability within and across Azure regions as you deploy data and host services across multiple locations with one mouse click. Automatically scale vertically and horizontally based on application performance or customizable rules to handle peaks in workload automatically while minimizing costs during off-peak times. Meet the most rigorous app performance and scalability requirements with the newly introduced D-Series compute option.

Get actionable insights and analytics

View application performance and health end to end, so you can make the decisions that improve your business. Azure Monitor provides detailed views of resource usage, while Application Insights provides deeper insights into your app’s throughput, response times, memory and CPU utilization, and error trends.

Take advantage of hybrid consistency

Get a flexible and unified approach to building and managing apps that can run across both the cloud and on-premises. Deploy your apps to App Service in your cloud of choice—Azure, Azure national clouds, or even on-premises with Azure Stack. Securely run your apps in your Azure Virtual Network at large scale with enhanced privacy, power, and performance using an App Service Environment.

Choose enterprise-grade services

Host your apps on a highly-secure cloud platform that complies with ISO information security standards, SOC2 accounting standards, and PCI security standards, and count on App Service to deliver on enterprise-level SLA. Use Azure Active Directory (AD), as well as other popular identity providers, to authenticate and authorize app access. Azure AD provides identity management and secured single sign-on (SSO) integration with thousands of cloud SaaS applications such as Office 365, Salesforce, Dropbox, and Concur.

Logic Apps

Connect your business-critical apps and services with Azure Logic Apps, automating your workflows without writing a single line of code. Logic Apps are a managed service that provides the Lego blocks of Azure server less architecture that you can use to create, develop and deploy cloud-based integrations and workflows. The developer merely strings together off-the-self, ready-made components with as little effort as possible. iT1 Services helps you go from development to production in a few simple, reproducible steps.

Connectors reduce integration challenges

You can connect apps, data, and devices anywhere—on-premises or in the cloud—with our large ecosystem of software as a service (SaaS) and cloud-based connectors that includes Salesforce, Office 365, Twitter, Dropbox, Google services, and more. It's never been easier to access data and keep your disparate systems up-to-date, in real-time. New connectors are being added to the Azure Marketplace all of the time.

Connect and integrate data from the cloud to on-premises

Logic Apps gives you a robust set of capabilities that make it easier to unlock data from behind the firewall, securely connect to cloud-based services, and take advantage of rich integration without having to migrate away from the on-premises systems you’re already invested in.

B2B and enterprise messaging in the cloud

B2B capabilities in Logic Apps make it easier for you to work with trading partners via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) standards including EDIFACT, X12, and AS2. With the integration of Microsoft Operations Management Suite, you can quickly see and troubleshoot these transactions, which makes it easier for small and medium-size businesses to work with partners, and allows larger enterprises to take advantage of the scalable benefits of the cloud for B2B messaging.

Power of Azure services

Unleash the power of Azure services like Machine Learning and Cognitive Services—build rich server less workflows, extend your integration scenarios, and get insights from all of your connected systems to help you make informed business decisions.

Stream Analytics

An on-demand real-time analytics service to power intelligent action...

Easily develop and run massively parallel real-time analytics on multiple IoT or non-IoT streams of data using simple SQL like language. Use custom code for advanced scenarios. With no infrastructure to manage, you can process data on-demand, scale instantly and only pay per job.

Instantly analyse data from all your IoT devices and gateways

As more and more data is generated from a variety of connected devices and sensors, transforming this data into actionable insights and predictions in near real-time is now an operational necessity. Azure Stream Analytics seamlessly integrates with Azure IoT Hub and Azure IoT Suite to enable powerful real-time analytics on data from your IoT devices and applications. Additionally, Azure Stream Analytics is available on Azure IoT Edge. Azure Stream Analytics on IoT Edge empowers developers to deploy near-real-time analytical intelligence closer to IoT devices so that they can unlock the full value of device-generated data. This feature is in public preview.

Develop massively parallel Complex Event Processing (CEP) pipelines with simplicity

Author powerful real-time analytics using very simple declarative SQL like language with embedded support for temporal logic. Extensive array of out-of-the-box connectors, advanced debugging and job monitoring capabilities help keep costs down by significantly lowering the developer skills required. Support for custom code with JavaScript User Defined functions further extend the streaming logic written in SQL. Callouts to Azure Machine Learning helps with predictive scoring on streaming data.

Event Hubs

Cloud-scale telemetry ingestion from websites, apps and any streams of data...

With the help of event hubs you can:

  • Log millions of events per second in near real-time
  • Get a managed service with elastic scale
  • Send telemetry data automatically to storage
  • Reach a broad set of platforms using native client libraries
  • Use time-based event buffering
  • Seamlessly integrate with other Azure services

Millions of events per second

Azure Event Hubs is a hyper-scale telemetry ingestion service that collects, transforms, and stores millions of events. As a distributed streaming platform, it gives you low latency and configurable time retention, which enables you to ingress massive amounts of telemetry into the cloud and read the data from multiple applications using publish-subscribe semantics.

Process real-time and batch on the same stream

Use the Event Hubs Capture feature, which allows a single stream to support real-time and batch based pipelines, and reduces the complexity of your solution. Build for today’s batch processing on a platform that supports tomorrow’s real-time analytics and processing. Event Hubs Capture is the easiest way to load data into Azure.

Cognitive Services

Infuse your apps, websites and bots with intelligent algorithms to see, hear, speak, understand and interpret your user needs through natural methods of communication. Transform your business with AI today.


Image-processing algorithms to smartly identify, caption and moderate your pictures


Map complex information and data in order to solve tasks such as intelligent recommendations and semantic search.


Allow your apps to process natural language with pre-built scripts, evaluate sentiment and learn how to recognize what users want.


Convert spoken audio into text, use voice for verification, or add speaker recognition to your app.


Add Bing Search APIs to your apps and harness the ability to comb billions of webpages, images, videos, and news with a single API call.


An enterprise hybrid cloud storage solution that lowers costs by up to 60%.

StorSimple connects users and servers to Azure storage in minutes, with no application modification. The StorSimple Virtual Array is best suited for infrequently accessed data. While the virtual array has a local cache to boost performance, users should assume that the device services files at the lowest tier of storage (the cloud). Each virtual array can write and read to Azure storage at approximately 100 Mbps. That link is shared across all the requests coming into the device and can become a bottleneck.

Consolidate storage infrastructure

Microsoft Azure StorSimple meets the needs of performance- and capacity-centric applications, and gives you a complete hybrid cloud storage solution for enterprises. It’s the best of both worlds—physical arrays for deployments in datacentres and virtual arrays for smaller enterprise environments like remote and branch offices, which require network-attached storage (NAS). Its on-demand infrastructure means you don’t need to set up or maintain costly on-premises equipment for new or special projects. Also, by using local storage for performance, you have the flexibility to retain all volume data locally.

Automate data management

Manage your data growth more effectively—StorSimple can automatically archive inactive primary data from on-premises to the cloud to create effortless capacity expansion. Remove the need for separate backup infrastructures with cloud snapshots that provide off-site data protection, and eliminate the need for remote replication of data to a secondary datacentre with cloud storage. Shift your focus from capacity purchases and infrastructure maintenance to meeting business needs.

Enhance IT agility

Speed up your business intelligence and decisions with innovative, rapid data movement from remote/branch offices and datacentres to the cloud. StorSimple increases your operational efficiency, prevents the need to spend IT budgets on unnecessary storage purchases, and significantly reduces IT overhead—helping you to reclaim administrator hours and reduce storage costs by as much as 60%.