In the March 2016 Newsletter
Both Microsoft Azure and AWS provide rich cloud services platform, and selecting one over another may come down to your workloads and individual needs. However as outlined by the author in this article, Azure is especially attractive for these IT environments….
1. Microsoft’s comprehensive hybrid story, which spans applications and platforms as well as infrastructure is highly attractive to many companies.
2. For those organizations which are already invested heavily in Microsoft in terms of technology and developer skills Microsoft Azure will continue to be a strong proposition.
3. PaaS capabilities is a particular strength of Microsoft’s.
Microsoft Azure vs Amazon AWS public cloud comparison: Which cloud is best for the Enterprise?
Microsoft Azure vs Amazon AWS public cloud. Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are often regarded as the leading infrastructure as a service clouds. ComputerworldUK takes a look at the merits of each for enterprise customers.
Public cloud adoption has continued to gather pace in recent years, as more and more businesses move applications out of their data centres in a bid to cut costs and increase agility. This has fuelled a crowded infrastructure as a service (Iaas) market worth a total of $16.5 billion in 2015, according to Gartner stats. And it is a market that has, thus far, largely been dominated by AWS. It has been estimated that, until recently, AWS has more than 10 times the compute capacity of its all of its 14 closest rivals combined – and that includes Microsoft Azure. Read More