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Did You Know: Microsoft Customers Will Soon Have More Ways to Buy Azure

Another Microsoft Change? Over the past few years, Microsoft has made a continuous effort to improve and streamline customer experience. In 2017, they began their “modern commerce transition”. Their vision was to modernize the customer and partner purchasing experience. Then, in 2018, they introduced programmatic changes to licensing in order to offer discounts across volume …

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Windows Server and SQL Server Licensing Now Available for CSP

Did you know: Subscription offers of Windows Server and SQL Server licensing are now available for CSP. With the end of support coming for both Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008, customers are encouraged to start planning for the future of their server. There are currently two available options: upgrade all current …

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Scaling has Never Been Easier than with the CSP Model

Did you know: Unlike the Enterprise Agreement, the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program allows organizations to true down as needed? When it comes to licensing agreements, customers are looking for three key components: deeper customer engagement, ongoing support, and increased profitability. Unlike the more rigid and lengthy, 3-year Enterprise Agreements, the Cloud Solution Provider program …

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The Benefits of Azure Managed Kubernetes

Everybody wants a container? Yes. Everybody gets a container? Sure. Everybody wants to use Kubernetes (https://kubernetes.io/) to orchestrate the container deployment? Definitely. Everybody wants to manage the Kubernetes cluster? Erm, not really. Companies, with their shifting focus on the application and away from the underlying infrastructure have told the cloud providers loudly and clearly that …

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The Benefits of Azure Databricks

Do you have a lot of data? Like, a lot of data. You likely do. Are you interested in making sense of that data? No? You should be. Are you now? Okay. Do you like running your own infrastructure? Probably not. Who does? Companies have, for quite a few years now, relied on the largest …

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The Benefits of the Azure DevOps Suite

For years there was Microsoft’s Team Foundation Server (TFS) which provided on-premises users the capability to use source control, agile backlogs, test automation and build pipelines. Then Microsoft took TFS and built it as a cloud platform providing it to their own (internal and external) customers as a service under the name Visual Studio Team …

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