Provide me with flexible pricing models that more closely align with the characteristics of my biz.
We keep updating out pricing rates and models to better align with our customers business needs.
A. Mattas commented
There really needs to be support for Amazon's equivilent of reserved instances and spot instances.
Don S commented
Help. I want to try Azure but the database pricing does not fit my current business state. I want storage pricing according to total Gbytes stored. Not by database. Why? Because I do not have a multitenancy database. I have 100 customers, each with their own database anywhere from 1 mb to 5Gb. Trying Azure does not make fiscal sence to me, even though long tern=m we will make our system multi tenancy, that is years away. So without a pricing change we are years away from even considering Azure. HELP. I wanna try it.
Joannes Vermorel commented
Pay-as-you-go is about as good as it can be. Except that Azure is still lacking tiny VMs that would lower the entry barrier for small, low traffic apps, I can't think of a better pricing model (unless obviously you consider 'free ala google' as a pricing model).