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Microsoft Azure gets a new VM family for bursty workloads

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 11:32
 Microsoft today announced the preview launch of a new family of virtual machines for its Azure cloud computing platform that’s specifically geared toward bursty workloads. Microsoft argues that these so-called B-series machines, which are currently the lowest-cost Azure machines with flexible CPU usage, should work well for workloads like web servers, small databases and dev/test… Read More Microsoft – TechCrunch

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