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Xbox One’s Azure Cloud Computing Solution Ranked #1
Xbox One’s Azure Cloud Computing Solution Ranked #1, Beats Out Amazon S3
Despite being relatively new, Microsoft’s Cloud computing solution has a strong edge.
16th, Oct. 2013 | Posted In News | By Ravi Sinha|
Still not convinced about Azure, the Xbox One’s Cloud computing solution? Enterprise storage company Nasuni has recently published a very interesting white paper on the state of cloud storage, and has determined that among Cloud Storage Providers, Microsoft’s Azure has beaten out the previous top solution, Amazon S3.
From the white paper: “In our 2012 report, tests demonstrated that Amazon S3 and Microsoft Azure Blob Storage were the two strongest players in the market and that, although other offerings showed potential, they had not yet matured enough for use in enterprise storage solutions.
“This year, our tests revealed that Microsoft Azure Blob Storage has taken a significant step ahead of last year’s leader, Amazon S3, to take the top spot. Across three primary tests (performance, scalability and stability), Microsoft emerged as a top performer in every category. Even though Azure has not been in the market as long as S3 and does not have nearly the same volume of storage under management, it is clear that Microsoft’s investments in Azure are starting to pay dividends and that the technology they are providing to the market is second to none.”
While Microsoft has been called out in the past regarding the “hundreds of thousands” of Azure servers it will be providing for the Xbox One, the actual reports don’t lie. Despite being relatively new, Azure has risen to the very top of the pile to become the number one Cloud Storage Provider. Where does that leave Sony? We’ll soon find out when the Xbox One launches on November 22nd.
Read more at http://gamingbolt.com/xbox-ones-azure-cloud-computing-solution-ranked-1-beats-out-amazon-s3#iAzPdJffqVlT9Cpb.99
M$ beat Amazon, Google, Hewlett Packard, and RackSpace. Sony didn't rank.
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