Azure Container Instances are More Accessible and Affordable

At a time when it seems like most companies are cutting features while also raising prices, Microsoft is working to  make the Azure Container Instances (ACI) more available and affordable. In fact, this tools if now generally available and priced lower than ever before. It has never been easier to take advantage of this ground-breaking technology that continues to provide the best in fast performance.

When it was first introduced Azure Container Instances was the first to allow a serverless way to run Linux and Windows containers in the cloud. Today, it allows for the rapid deployment of containers along with superior security that protects each individual container and creates a solid boundary for multi-tenant use. Users don’t have to worry about workloads inside containers that are operating on the same virtual machine.

Customers continue to find new and innovative ways to use this technology. From batch processing and event driven computing, Azure Container Instances are proving perfectly positioned to handle burst workloads without having to manage cluster machines. New approaches to processing and storing data is also reducing overhead costs by relying on a granular per-second billing strucutre.

Azure has taken savings another step forward by reducing overall costs and eliminating the creation fee. This means that Azure Container Instances are more accessible that ever before. Other new and notable features include:

  • Uptime SLA of 99.9% for every Container Group
  • Ability to execute a command in your container
  • Better Azure portal experience for users
  • Improved support
  • And much more

To learn more about new features and how Azure Container Instances can provide the perfect combination of flexibility, security and speed, contact Liquware today. We can create custom solutions to help your company and help you take full advantage of your Microsoft Azure account. Give us a call and we will be more than happy to answer all your questions.


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