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2014 has been testament year for the gaming industry as it had brought strong endorsement for the cloud. The CEO of NewZoo, Peter Warman, confidently declared in February that “The future is near when the cloud will be the base of all games.” It is true as because recent games have boomed the gaming industry and users too by providing them interface to compete and enjoy.
Many of the prominent game studios of courses have already developed their games on the cloud. Take an example of Candy Crush; the device executable is only a part of it. Most of the smart activities are run on the cloud or server side. It’s not a requirement but a necessity that games developers need to adopt and align to develop an enthralling game.
Azure is agile
Developers can explore new avenues and new technologies while developing an application with Azure as it allows integrated testing along with a number of trials and feedbacks which ensure the comprehensive development of an application.
If a developer is creative enough to uplift the level of games with a significant advancement, then Azure is a promising way out as it provides the facility to try features and decide whether they go with the game or not without expensive outlay or hardware. Innovation is the business essential where Azure makes a difference.
This type of agility is more than just enough on the grounds of getting things done faster, growing a business and satisfying users.
Azure ensures disaster recovery
As data rotates globally, it is important to have a strong backup or in built fail over which ensures data recovery in case disaster hits by. Azure covers this in spades.
As it has localized and global fail-over solutions, hot and cold standby models as well as reboot facilities that work wonders in critical times. These benefits give Azure an edge over plain-old storage option.
Disaster is not a regular affair, but when it comes, businesses can stumble on data security. Azure shields your data and allows its recovery even from remote servers.
The companies with traditional models of the games have had to bear huge costs to pay for bandwidth when traffic is high. It usually happens after the release of a new game title.
Gaming companies use only 10% of server space and reserve 90% of space in normal traffic days. But the cloud is different. It has ‘pay as you service’ payment gateway in which companies pay.
The cloud system follows a ‘pay as you go’ payment strategy in which gaming companies pay only for the utilized resources.
The cloud is a step up from expensive hardware which allows game-makers to deliver an exciting and intriguing game content which marks a great impression on users. Renowned companies like Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft have already delighted the users by bringing innovation in their games. Gamers are able to enjoy across multiple platforms with speedy access from anytime and anywhere. If you haven’t got Azure, you are probably missing the boat. Revolutionize your applications by shifting to cloud and turn your leads into sales by providing an exceptional gaming experience.