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Track sustainability metrics up to 14 times faster and pay 94 percent less than with other cloud providers.**
Azure sustainability starts at the datacenter and extends to AI-driven products and local projects. Join a global community committed to building a resilient future that’s good for your business and the planet.
Learn how much you can gain on your carbon reduction goals while lowering operating costs, running infrastructure more efficiently, and scaling as needed.
Accelerate your cloud adoption and sustainability with the Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure, a collection of tools, guidance, and best practices.
After you’ve migrated to Azure, use the Emissions Impact Dashboard to assess your organization’s greenhouse gas emissions associated with Microsoft cloud services usage.
Learn how new server cooling methods can help minimize the environmental impact of physical datacenters—reducing energy use while providing higher processing power.
Find out how small steps like implementing grid-interactive UPS batteries can make a big difference for meeting sustainability goals and reducing carbon footprint.
See how switching from traditional diesel to less-carbon-intensive fuels to run datacenter backup generators helps to reach net-zero carbon emissions.
Using Azure, you lend support for extensive efforts to make local impacts and improve environmental outcomes throughout the world.
* The results show that the Microsoft Cloud is between 22 and 93 percent more energy efficient than traditional enterprise datacenters, depending on the specific comparison being made. When taking into account our renewable energy purchases, the Microsoft Cloud is between 72 and 98 percent more carbon efficient. These savings are attributable to four key features of the Microsoft Cloud: IT operational efficiency, IT equipment efficiency, datacenter infrastructure efficiency, and renewable electricity procurement.
** Performance and price-performance claims based on data from a study commissioned by Microsoft and conducted by GigaOm in January 2019 for the GigaOm Analytics Field Test-H benchmark report and March 2019 for the GigaOm Analytics Field Test -DS benchmark report. Learn more.