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Microsoft Azure vs Amazon Web Services

Microsoft | Posted on February 1, 2015 by Joel Marans

All indicators suggest 2015 will be the biggest year ever for Microsoft Azure adoption in the Enterprise. If you’re reading this, chances are you’re among the many business leaders contributing to this era-defining movement.

It’s natural to wonder why an organization would choose Azure, a relative newcomer to the IaaS space, over the giant in the market, Amazon Web Services. While both offerings allow you to move workloads to the public cloud, there are real differences between the two.

Microsoft has put together a quick video demonstrating some of the main differences between the two platforms.

This Microsoft-produced video originally appeared here.


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