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Microsoft Beats AWS & Google Cloud IN Middle East..!

Well It’s hard to single out the best cloud service provider among three market leaders. The choice depends on the size of your enterprise, the tools you prefer, your business goals and the region (Specially in case of Gulf countries ). Here is a list of the most significant advantages of AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud:

Amazon Web Services:

  • Offers features for organizations of any scale, from small businesses to industry leaders.
  • Provides real-time analytics and advanced Big Data solutions.
  • No set pricing, the fees are calculated from the amount of use.

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Microsoft Azure:

  • The largest number of data centers per geographic region.
  • Easy to configure and manage computing services.
  • Seamless integration with Microsoft applications.
  • Flexible pricing proposals that correspond to the customer’s needs.

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Google Cloud:

  • Efficient data analytics and high-end ML services.
  • Availability of special arrangements and notable discounts.
  • Easy integration with major Google services.

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There is no winner here, all the providers deliver quality in what they give to their customers. 

However, “The opening of the new Microsoft cloud regions in Abu Dhabi and Dubai marks the first time Microsoft will deliver cloud services directly from data center locations in UAE and expands upon Microsoft’s existing investments in the Gulf and the wider Middle East region,” Tom Keane, Microsoft Azure’s corporate vice president of Azure global, said in a blog post.

“We anticipate the cloud services delivered from UAE to have a positive impact on job creation, entrepreneurship and economic growth across the region,” Keane said, citing an International Data Corp. prediction that cloud services could contribute more than 500,000 jobs in the Middle East, including 55,000-plus new jobs in UAE through 2022.

Samer Abu-Ltaif, president of Microsoft Middle East and Africa, said in a statement. “We are working closely with governments in the region to ensure both businesses and individuals are appropriately skilled to take advantage of these opportunities, and we are aligning a number of these initiatives to our new data centers in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.”

Microsoft has been working to close the cloud services skills gap among information technology (IT) workers in the Middle East with Cloud Society, a program focused on building upon Microsoft Learn that has trained more than 150,000 IT professionals in the Middle East and Africa. 

Rival Amazon Web Services, meanwhile, is developing a data center in Bahrain.

“Cloud services could contribute more than 500,000 jobs in the Middle East, including 55,000-plus new jobs in UAE through 2022.”


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