New software requires new decisions; one of which is cloud hosting. While users won’t notice your choice, your selection has repercussions across your organization, and touches on everything from computing power to budgeting and even how easy your new software will be to deploy.

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Two of the most popular cloud hosting options today are Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS). To offer perspectives on each, Dave Todaro, CEO of Ascendle, shared his experiences with Microsoft Azure joined by Bill Fistori, CEO & co-founder of Pantek, a noted expert on all things AWS.

Attendees gained a deeper understanding of both platforms and their capabilities. Topics addressed include:

  • Compute Power
  • Storage
  • Network
  • Pricing
  • Support Plans
  • Integrations
  • Containers and Orchestration Support
  • Compliance
  • User-Friendliness
  • Licensing
  • Hybrid Cloud Capabilities

Today’s cloud hosting options are more robust than ever and the truth is, either Azure or AWS will serve your needs. But in an environment where every advantage matters, understanding the nuances of each could be how you edge out the competition.

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