Heating up the Cloud Competition with Improved Integration and Tools Microsoft Brings-It to Amazon Web Services

Microsoft will offer Azure pricing with new pricing offers by the minute including no minimum buy-in Microsoft announced at this year’s Tech-Ed conference. This announcement fulfills Microsoft’s promise to match Amazon Web Services current pricing offers also similar to the announcement Google made late May in regards to their public release of Google Compute Engine which also charges for their services at a by the minute rate. Click here to read the full story.



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