Google App Engine is the best in terms of free tier for developers. I am sure Microsoft can afford it but they don't. That is too bad.
Google App Engine is the best in terms of free tier for developers. I am sure Microsoft can afford it but they don't. That is too bad. They will likely lose new developers to google.
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SHUAI TAN commented
As MPN, it's hard to deploy POC on Azure to demo customers because it requires a subscription. Why doesn't Microsoft offer a free subscription for MPN for POC?
Charles Wiltz commented
Highly recommend to everyone who loves the free version thanks!
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I think they should have a free basic tier for everything (I don't care if the specs are low like only .5 GB RAM .5 vCore 1 GB space). Maybe if you don't login once for 30 days your resources get wiped even.
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I agree with you. We also wait for the days when Microsoft will do this. App developers will be beneficiary for this.
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Everybody wants something for free. Seems like the below commenters have a fundamental misunderstanding of what each service offers. They aren't comparable. Do your homework, spend $60 a month if you want a solution with support and that works well. There are numerous free offerings available in Azure.