Microsoft Azure Other Solutions Considered

Rodrigo Ramele
Mobile Lead Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We checked the big players in MBaaS, particularly Kony and Kinvey. Kony was extraordinary (circa 2013) but the price was prohibitive. Kinvey was also very good and prices were slightly better but not affordable at all for our customers. We started using WAMS, Windows Azure Mobile Services, the previous version of Azure App Service, which was one of the first MBaaS solutions. Microsoft improved a lot the platform with App Service. View full review »
Edgar Parra
Technical Delivery Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
In addition to AWS, I also trialed Oracle Cloud (on a smaller scale) and it is great if you are running Oracle Databases. You can also stand up your VMs and build your environment. A cool feature of Oracle Cloud is you can run a private cloud version in your data center, exactly the same experience if you are running it on a private or public cloud. The private cloud solution comes in the form of an Oracle appliance which gets configured, deployed and installed by Oracle directly in your data center. View full review »
Aaron Krytus
Network Manager / Senior Network Engineer at Warnock, Tanner & Associates
I know AWS is another great solution, but have not tackled it yet. I do have plans to experiment with Amazons solution to determine for my own the differences. View full review »
Roberto Rubio
Country Manager at Orion Consultores C.A
We didn't look at any other options because we are not business partners with other cloud solutions or providers. We only have Azure so we try to solve everything with Azure. If a customer asks us for a proposal to move or create some interesting tool in the cloud, we all use Azure. We never compared it to other cloud providers. View full review »
Roman Nedzelsky, MVP
Senior Consultant | Architect at DHL
We evaluated Google and Amazon. View full review »
John ONeill
Principle consultant at Active Data Consulting Services Pty Ltd
We looked at AWS, but we chose Azure because we use a lot of Microsoft Products and it just felt more integrated. View full review »
PeterSimonsen
Director of Operations at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I also use AWS. While AWS is ahead in the IaaS technology, for a Microsoft shop, Azure is more aligned to skills. View full review »
Geoff Bourgeois
Chief Executive Officer at HubStor
We considered the Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google Cloud Platform (GCP), but decided to use Microsoft Azure for a few reasons. First, we believe that Microsoft will emerge as the preferred public cloud provider for the enterprise-class workloads and scenarios. Second, for our development goals, we could not spread ourselves thin by supporting multiple public cloud providers. Another reason is that most of our clients are using Office 365 and are Microsoft Azure clients themselves. Thus, it is more efficient for our solution and for the work that we perform, to be local to their existing applications/data. Finally, Microsoft Stack is something that we are already familiar with, and Azure being Microsoft, we felt it matched best with our knowledge and expertise. View full review »
Ricard Gallego Blasco
Azure Portfolio & Innovation Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Yes, we analyzed Amazon AWS and Oracle Cloud. View full review »
Francis Olowu
Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We evaluated some other competitive products and decided to go with Azure as its suit and meet our business requirement. View full review »
Michelle Sollicito
Software Architect at a security firm with 51-200 employees
I evaluated Google Cloud too and compared AWS with Azure. Azure is definitely the best for me; I am more productive because I understand the tech architecture better. View full review »
Oktay Sari
Lead Engineer Solutions at a media company with 51-200 employees
We are a Microsoft Gold Partner, so we only use MS products. View full review »
AntonioSoares
Diretor de Sistemas de Informação at a transportation company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Erwin Fiebig
IT & PMO Manager at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
We looked at AWS. In our case, Microsoft had very competitive pricing due to our Office 365 agreement. View full review »
DigAd3059
Digital Ad-Operations at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
We evaluated AWS. If I were advising a colleague in my organization who is looking for a solution and is comparing AWS and Azure, I would prefer that they go for Azure, or any software using Microsoft technologies because we have had good experiences with them. If I were advising on Java, I wouldn't advise him to specifically use another tool rather he should do research and use my comparison history on IT Central Station. View full review »
VincentLukken
Principal Consultant at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We did evaluate other solutions and, in some cases, we also advised for this product, as it is specific to certain workloads. AWS and Google are the other vendors that we looked at. View full review »
reviewer120534
CTO at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
We looked at other solutions such as AWS, Google's Cloud Platform and Terremark/Verizon. View full review »
Nestor Campos Rojas
Head of Software Architecture at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I evaluated the Amazon AWS option, but the simplicity of creating services was better in Azure. View full review »
T Macul
Pre-Sales/System Architect at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Yes. On-Premise and other solutions inside the company. View full review »
Zaw Aung
Head of Infrastructure at Whistl
We evaluated Lab. View full review »
Jaime Sanchez
Director General with 11-50 employees
Michael Grove
Web Developer at a retailer with 1-10 employees
Yes, we searched Google and Amazon. View full review »
Jim U Wilson
President and Founder with 51-200 employees
AWS, Huawei, FireHost View full review »
Aviad Cohen
DBA

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