A few resources to ramp up on the recently announced service
Microsoft will provide Y Combinator’s current class access to Microsoft Azure and a broad suite of Microsoft technology, as well as support. This will include $500,000 in Microsoft Azure credit, three years of Office 365, as well as direct access to Microsoft’s engineering teams – for Y Combinator’s Winter 2015 batch of startups.
My Interview with CIOReview.com Magazine is published. The article highlights Hanu Software making the 100 Most Promising Solution Providers list. The article also covers my recent experiences customers move to Microsoft Azure.