As part of Microsoft’s continued commitment to deliver Azure to customers at the best possible prices, effective 1st October 2016, they are lowering prices on many of our most popular virtual machines (VMs). The rest of this blog covers key highlights, but if you are ready to learn more, please check out our redesigned website that makes it easier for you identify the VM categories that map to your use cases and find their prices across the regions.
Here is the summary of the changes:
- can i buy doxycycline in bangkok General Purpose Instances: Prices of Dv2 series VMs will be reduced by up to 15%. They are also lowering prices of our A1 and A2 Basic VMs by up to 50%.
- go site Compute Optimized Instances: Prices of F series will be reduced up to 11%.
- http://lalapex.com/laser-liposuction-thighs/before-after-belly2/ Av2 series: In November 2016, they will introduce new A series virtual machines (Av2), with prices up to 36% lower than the A series Standard VM prices available today.
In case you’re not familiar with the VM categories, A series VMs are our entry-level compute tier. Dv2 series VMs are our general-purpose tier, with more memory and local SSD storage than A series. F series VMs provide an even higher CPU-to-memory ratio with a lower price than the Dv2 series.
In addition to these reduced prices, for customers using Windows Server with Software Assurance, the recently announced Microsoft Azure Hybrid Use Benefit can help you run Windows Server workloads at 41% lower cost. Starting today, they also offering a set of images in our gallery that make it even easier to deploy Windows Server VMs in this way.
Cant exactly complain can we