intY’s very own CTO, Spencer Wilkinson, has his say…
Being able to quickly respond to changing situations is essential for any business. That’s what attracts many companies to Microsoft Azure — you only pay for what you use.
But there’s a fine balance between flexibility and stability. That’s where Microsoft Reserved Instances comes in.
While Microsoft Azure offers an ever-expanding set of cloud services, Reserved Instances is a virtual machine on the Microsoft Azure public cloud that has been reserved for dedicated use for one or three years.