Microsoft Cuts Cloud Computing Prices

Microsoft Cuts Cloud Computing Prices

Just days after Amazon Web Services (AWS) slashed prices for its cloud computing services, Microsoft has done the same. Azure Store now costs 12 percent less, and the price for the Azure extra small compute instance has dropped by half. In addition, storage customers who purchase six months in advance should see price decreases “up to 14%.”

It’s difficult to compare the prices of the two services because each offers slightly different specs. For example, while AWS offers less processor power and storage, it gives customers more RAM than comparable Microsoft instances. Check out the original article for a full breakdown of pricing.

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