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Microsoft Adds Compute-Intensive Servers On Azure

Microsoft intros D series for Azure, a virtual server with lots of SSDs for big data and analytics.

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9/29/2014 | 11:36:10 PM
That sounds good...
THis sounds great. I'd like to use these VMs as my own personal workstation. Imagine multiple cores with all SSDs, which helps to balance the huge desire for more RAM. Do they offer a much cheaper personal use license? It might even be cheaper than financing a new PC!
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