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Principled Technologies Hands-On Results: VMware vCloud Hybrid Service Delivered Stronger Processing Performance Than Microsoft Azure

DURHAM, NC--(Marketwired - August 26, 2014) - Principled Technologies (PT) tested VMware vCloud Hybrid Service (vCHS) against Microsoft Azure to discover which public cloud solution offered stronger compute performance. vCHS delivered up to two times the CPU performance of Microsoft Azure, meaning that with vCHS, a business would need fewer vCPUs to do the same processing work.

Your company might benefit from moving applications to the cloud, but only if those applications have the vCPU resources they need to perform well. vCHS performed dramatically better than Microsoft Azure throughout PT's CPU tests -- an advantage that means you'd need fewer vCPUs and could reduce the cost of running applications in the cloud. To see detailed results, read the report at

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Principled Technologies, Inc. is the leading provider of technology marketing and learning & development services.

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