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    [EN] Azure corta preços pela metade

    Simon Sharwood
    7 Feb 2017

    Microsoft has made another round of cuts to its cloudy costs, for both virtual machines and storage.

    The A1 Basic VM, Microsoft's second-wimpiest cloud server, is down by up to 42 per cent in a penguin-powered configuration and 51 per cent under Windows.

    Figuring out exact costs is hard because the figures Microsoft's provided us pertain to price cuts in particular regions. And Microsoft has lots of those, detailed here on the Azure pricing page.

    Redmond has also cut storage prices, by up to 26 per cent for Hot Block Blobs and 38 per cent for Cool Block Blobs. Also on the storage front, you can now sample the new “Storage Service Encryption” that applies AES-256 to Azure File Storage.

    Microsoft's not saying why it has made these cuts, but the usual reason is that when a cloud flicks the switch on a new data centre, new kit or more mature automation it becomes possible to cut prices. The big three clouds – AWS, Azure and Google – all make a virtue of being able to drive down their costs in this way. To date, none has blinked with a “we're about quality, not price” moment, so none dare to stop cutting prices.

    It's also hard to imagine any of the big clouds blinking, because as the Synergy Group assessment of cloud revenue below shows AWS has the lion's share of the market.

    As Rackspace, VMware, Cisco and HPE discovered when either radically re-shaping or closing their clouds, it's hard enough to catch AWS with a big and decently-featured cloud.

    Trying to compete without matching AWS' downward price pressure looks even harder. Unless you are Oracle, which recently changed licences to make using AWS twice as expensive after pledging its own cloud would be faster and cheaper than its Amazonian rival.

    https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/0...o_51_per_cent/

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    Região: Sul do Brasil

    Linux

    Instância Núcleos RAM Tamanhos de disco Preço
    A0 1 0,75 GiB 20 GB R$61,38/mês
    A1 1 1,75 GiB 40 GB R$114,39/mês
    A2 2 3,50 GiB 60 GB R$312,48/mês
    A3 4 7,00 GiB 120 GB R$647,28/mês
    A4 8 14,00 GiB 240 GB R$1.294,56/mês


    Windows

    Instância Núcleos RAM Tamanhos de disco Preço
    A0 1 0,75 GiB 20 GB R$61,38/mês
    A1 1 1,75 GiB 40 GB R$139,50/mês
    A2 2 3,50 GiB 60 GB R$426,87/mês
    A3 4 7,00 GiB 120 GB R$993,24/mês
    A4 8 14,00 GiB 240 GB R$1.986,48/mês



    Importante: o preço em reais (R$) é apenas uma referência. Esta é uma transação internacional e, como tal, seu preço está sujeito a taxas de câmbio e à inclusão de impostos como IOF. Não será emitida uma eNF.

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    Região: Leste dos EUA

    Linux

    Instância Núcleos RAM Tamanhos de disco Preço
    A0 1 0,75 GiB 20 GB R$50,22/mês
    A1 1 1,75 GiB 40 GB R$66,96/mês
    A2 2 3,50 GiB 60 GB R$189,72/mês
    A3 4 7,00 GiB 120 GB R$491,04/mês
    A4 8 14,00 GiB 240 GB R$982,08/mês


    Windows


    Instância Núcleos RAM Tamanhos de disco Preço
    A0 1 0,75 GiB 20 GB R$50,22/mês
    A1 1 1,75 GiB 40 GB R$97,65/mês
    A2 2 3,50 GiB 60 GB R$306,90/mês
    A3 4 7,00 GiB 120 GB R$825,84/mês
    A4 8 14,00 GiB 240 GB R$1.651,68/mês

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    Última edição por 5ms; 08-02-2017 às 12:58.

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    Depois desses 2 cortes de 50% não consigo encontrar a VM de R$ 10 / mês

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    Azure pricing and services updates

    In this email, you’ll find the latest Azure release announcements and pricing changes related to new and updated releases.

    New lower Azure Virtual Machines prices

    In early February 2017, we reduced the prices for the F-Series (F1 to F16) and A1 Basic virtual machines for both Linux and Windows. Based on region, customers will see up to a 24 percent price reduction on the F-Series and up to a 61 percent price reduction for A1 Basic. This new price is available to both existing and new customers. For more information about pricing, please visit the Virtual Machines Pricing webpage. To learn more about this service, please visit the Virtual Machines webpage.

    Managed Disks for Azure Storage generally available

    Managed Disks for Azure Storage is generally available in most Azure regions, with more regions being added soon. For more information about pricing, please visit the Managed Disks Pricing webpage. With Managed Disks, customers only need to specify the desired disk type (Standard or Premium disk) and disk size, and then Azure will create and manage the disk for them. For more information, please visit the Azure Blog and this documentation webpage. To learn more about this service, please visit the Storage webpage.

    Pricing update for Azure Blob storage

    In early February 2017, we reduced the prices for Azure Blob storage. Based on region, customers will see up to a 26 percent price reduction per GB price for the Hot tier and up to a 38 percent reduction for the Cool tier. These new prices are only available to customers using Blob storage accounts. Customers on general-purpose Blob storage can take advantage of new pricing by moving data to an Azure Blob storage account using tools like AzCopy. For more information about pricing, please visit the Azure Storage Pricing webpage. To learn more about Blob storage, please visit the Introduction to Microsoft Azure Storage documentation webpage.

    Larger block blobs generally available in Azure Storage

    With larger block blobs now generally available, the maximum file size has been increased from 195 GB to 4.77 TB. You can immediately begin taking advantage of this improvement in any existing Azure Blob storage or general-purpose storage account across all Azure regions. For more information, please visit the Azure Blog. For more information about pricing, please visit the Azure Storage Pricing webpage.

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