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Microsoft reveals Windows Azure pricing, availability

Elizabeth Montalbano | July 15, 2009
The cloud-computing platform is available for free now, but Microsoft will begin charging in November

This need to scale is true for applications running on both public clouds like Azure and Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud as well as for private clouds that companies can build behind their firewall; Microsoft wants to help companies build both, Muglia added.

 

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