|By Jayaram Krishnaswamy||
|August 30, 2014 10:04 PM EDT||
internet regarding Microsoft's pricewar with Amazon and Google vis-a vis its cloud offerings.
Although Cloud business (the thriving one) is only a small part of Microsoft right now it makes sense to make it invincible.
Old prices and service tiers here:
Come September the price for Azure SQL Databases will be slashed.
Reduced pricing and enhanced SLA available in September. Read here:
The new pricing is as in the following image from the above site:
Note that a new S0(S-Zero) performance level has been added in the Standard tier meant for lower-cost entry point.
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