Summary - Build applications on the Microsoft Cloud
This is article 6 of 6 in Build applications on the Microsoft Cloud.
Figure 10: The Microsoft Cloud provides a unified set of services that applications can use.
The Microsoft Cloud, shown once more in Figure 10, provides a broad set of useful services to support custom applications. Building on this foundation can help you:
Create better applications in less time with pro-code development on Azure and low-code development on Power Platform.
Get the most value from technical talent with fusion development and an integrated low-code and pro-code development process that includes GitHub and Azure DevOps.
Integrate new applications with existing solutions by using Azure API Management, Microsoft Graph, and Dynamics 365.
Create and run secure applications by using Active Directory for identity and access management.
Use Azure Sentinel for security information and event management (SIEM), and for security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR).
To learn more about building your applications on the Microsoft Cloud, visit our Microsoft Cloud resources collection. It provides design guides, solutions, learning resources, and product documentation to help get you started.
This set of articles is maintained by Microsoft. It was originally written by the following contributors.
- David Chappell | Principal Technical Writer
- Todd Anglin | Principal Cloud Developer Advocate, Lead
- Sarah Barrett | Principal PM Manager
- Ayca Bas | Senior Cloud Developer Advocate
- Scott Bockheim | Principal PM Manager
- Patrick Chanezon | General Manager Cloud Developer Advocacy
- Sonia Cuff | Senior Cloud Advocate
- April Dunnam | Senior Cloud Developer Advocate
- Ulrich Homann | CVP & Distinguished Architect
- Ivan Judson | Principal Program Manager
- Chad Kittel | Principal Software Engineer
- Sherry List | Senior Program Manager
- Waldek Mastykarz | Senior Cloud Developer Advocate
- Karissa Peth | Advocacy Principal Program Manager
- Mark Simms | Partner Architect
- Mike Tillman | Principal Content Manager
- Dan Wahlin | Principal Content Engineer
These are the other articles in Build applications on the Microsoft cloud:
- 1. Build applications on the Microsoft Cloud
- 2. Create and deploy more applications in less time
- 3. Get the most value from technical talent
- 4. Integrate new applications with existing solutions
- 5. Create and run secure applications
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