“Much like Microsoft in general, we remain very partner-led,” White said. “And so, when we can match a great partner with a customer that needs them, that’s what we aim to do.”
On top of all this, Microsoft also announced that its Azure Site Recovery migration tool will be updated in the coming weeks so that users can more easily use AHUB discounts when migrating from other environments. When that update goes through, users will be able to “tag” Windows Server VMs that they’re migrating for hybrid use discounts. That may entice people to move their Windows Server virtual machines from AWS and on-premises hardware into Azure by making it easier to do so.
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