Microsoft reports that Azure is experiencing great stress
Azure, the cloud computing platform created by Microsoft, is experiencing great tension due to the number of players who are demanding its services due to quarantine applied in almost all countries of the world as a measure against the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Increased demand from players
Azure, the cloud computing platform created by Microsoft to build, test, deploy and manage applications and services through the use of its data centers, is experiencing great tension due to the number of players who are demanding its services due to quarantine applied in almost all countries of the world as a measure against the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Blockchain As A Service is also experiencing a huge increase in demand. The quarantine situation that almost everyone is going through is testing some cloud services: Microsoft has reported that in certain regions "the deployments of some types of computing resources (...) fall below our typical rates of 99.99 percent success."
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In the blog post, Microsoft explained: "As a result of the increase in usage over the last week, we have experienced significant demand in some regions (Northern Europe, Western Europe, Southern United Kingdom, Central France, Eastern Asia, Southern India, South Brazil) and we are observing that the deployments of some types of computing resources in these regions fall below our typical success rates of 99.99 percent."
Azure allows you to deploy a blockchain network without the need to invest in your own hardware infrastructure. Important customers are using Azures services, such as Xbox (owned by Microsoft), GE Aviation and J.P. Morgan. The development of blockchain technology is increasing significantly and the main technology companies are already in full development of their own platforms and solutions. This growth has not yet carried over to cryptocurrency prices, but most analysts agree that the tipping point for cryptocurrencies will be when blockchain technology reaches global impetus to drive adoption of cryptocurrencies by cryptocurrencies. citizens of the world.