Here you will find a quick synopsis of all news from Microsoft’s Cloud + Enterprise organization as it is released with links to additional information.
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VMware (Finally) Admits that its Costs are Higher than Microsoft’s
A blog post by Microsoft general manager Amy Barzdukas discusses how the VMware cost per application calculator reveals what our customers and partners have been telling us all along – VMware vSphere 5.1 costs more than Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012 combined.
Today, Microsoft announced a new set of Windows Azure capabilities for Big Compute, a term that applies to applications that require large amounts of compute power. Examples of Big Compute applications include modeling complex engineering problems, understanding financial risk, researching disease, simulating weather, transcoding media, or analyzing large data sets.
This morning, Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Ted Kummert, will take the stage at the Professional Association of SQL Server (PASS) Summit 2012 in Seattle to announce new capabilities for Microsoft’s data platform that will help businesses accelerate their time to insights with any type of data.