loureed4MemberMar 13, 2015 at 4:47 am #165040
I am thinking of extending my Active Directory infrastructure to the cloud, so I saw a video about Windows Azure, but a technical one, really short and not in depth.
Is it expensive (monthly) to put a domain controler in Azure?
Thanks in advance!
PistleParticipantAug 25, 2020 at 11:51 am #652092
As per my experience, I should say that Microsoft Azure is providing reasonable prices with the services they provide compared to AWS.
And also people might be thinking the price is on the higher side because of their usage of Microsoft products (Window’s OS and Applications).
In other cases such as migration of your applications to the cloud also felt like charging higher prices but eventually, the companies get benefited if they are working on Cloud platform.
But we need to agree that services provided by Azure are cant be compared with the traditional methods we must say Azure is doing a cost-cutting process which is helping the business to grow.
Some companies are looking for employees who can work with Azure as it can help them to reduce their time and effort.
Hence professionals are also showing much interest in Azure for their future prospectus.
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CLOUD FOUNDATION is one of such online institute which I’m familiar with as they provide training at a very low price compared to other training institutes.
They do also provide a free course for the users to have a basic understanding of the technology.
The well-experienced trainers help you all the way to get into the complete knowledge of the technology. The institute helps you in gaining technical skills too.
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jessewalt375ParticipantSep 03, 2020 at 6:02 am #652292
Azure is actually not very expensive. Azure’s pricing for the services it offers are very similar to it’s competitors such as AWS or GCP. If you feel like Azure is charging you more than it should then make sure you are not running and/or using services that are not in use as that would cost more, no matter which platform you use. Such as destroy Virtual Machines if not in use, do not start services before you are going to need or use them.
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