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One of the main factors that held back developers and businesses from adopting this new cloud computing Operating System was the uncertainty of the costing methods to be adopted. However, Microsoft has addressed this by introducing detailed costing guides. The pricing strategy adopted for Microsoft Azure and its associated products place it right next to other big players in the market such as Amazon and Google.

The pricing strategy is divided into three, consumption based, where users pay for only what they use and nothing more. Subscription based, where uses can subscribe for Microsoft Azure for a given period. Finally, we have volume licensing, where users can also import all their Microsoft licenses for use in the cloud. You can find out more detailed information about Microsoft Azure’s pricing policy on their website.

Microsoft Azure is a Windows based Operating System designed for use hosting and managing Microsoft operations and packages in the cloud.  With most businesses moving their data handling and computing operations to the cloud in order to reap the numerous advantages associated with the cloud, Microsoft has also developed its very own cloud-based Operating System. Criticized in most circles for being a late entrant in the cloud computing craze, this Operating System is designed to announce the company’s change in how it operates. Microsoft Azure is a show of their dedication to catering for the evolving needs of their target market including businesses and developers.




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