Microsoft officially launched two Australian data centers today as part of its Azure cloud computing platform at the start of the tech giant’s 21st TechEd Conference in Sydney.
The announcement was delivered at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion by Microsoft Australia managing director Pip Marlow. It marks part of a major push into the Australian government, businesses, independent software vendors (or ISVs) and startup market by the company.
There are two data centers in Australia, One in Sydney and the other is in Melbourne which are now available to all Australian Azure customers. Continue reading Microsoft launches Azure cloud platform data centres in Australia