Cloud Computing

Microsoft Azure vs. Amazon AWS: Which is better?

Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS are the two giants in public cloud… but how do you make a decision on which is better for your organisation?

“Easy and fast provisioning of cloud services including web sites, Virtual Machines and databases,” wrote one user on Microsoft Azure. “Great for application development testing, staging and production slots. Better Support and community than the others. The onboarding services are great for new customers.”

While a supporter of Amazon wrote: “The whole IaaS model is an invaluable service. The ease of deployment, maintenance, and scalability, and pay as you go model make AWS an amazing platform to build on.”

This short report from IT Central Station is based on unbiased feedback from users. Compared over 23,000 times, these public cloud offerings both have extremely valuable features along with some room for improvement. Read the full report here.



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