On November 17, 2009, Windows Azure Platform was announced. And SQL Server was one of the first PaaS services available.
Azure services allow us to adapt resources, and therefore costs, to the workload, which is not insignificant in an extremely fluctuating economic environment as we are going through at the moment. What solutions are offered to us by Azure to host SQL Server.
A little more than 10 years later, are SQL, PaaS or IaaS services mature? At you are we reaching the age of reason and should we migrate?
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