The Great Kiwi Windows Azure Competition

Posted by: Nigel Parkers Outside Line, on 02 May 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

The Problem: Lots of kiwi developers are signing up to try Windows Azure but are not actually deploying anything. To understand why this is we have talked with a bunch of local developers to get a feel for what the barriers are to getting started. The two most common responses we received are: Windows Azure is too expensive After I signed up and logged into the portal I didn’t know what to do next OK, I’ll start with Problem #1. When Windows Azure first came out the cheapest offering...

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