Windows Azure is now Commercially Available

Microsoft announced the commercial availability of subscriptions for the Windows Azure platform, which includes Windows Azure, SQL Azure, and Windows Azure platform AppFabric.

Customers with Community Technology Preview (CTP) accounts who wish to continue usage of the Windows Azure platform must upgrade their accounts prior to February 1, 2010. New customers can start using the services by signing up for one of the paid subscription offers.

Here are the pricing and offers details.

You can read more about the annoucement over here

If you are an MSDN subscriber, then read this Windows Azure Platform Benefits for MSDN Subscribers



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1 comment:

Herkig said...

Cloud Computing! Thanks for the information.