Getting Azure Credits For Free
Depending on your circumstances you can save money with Microsoft Azure credits if you are applicable. If applicable, those credits are applied to your account on a monthly or yearly basis and they are used until they are exhausted from your account or expired. You can think of this similar to a refillable cellphone plan that you may have had as a kid. For the majority, we’ll stick with the most sought plans.
1. Azure Free Account
The Azure Free Account, will give you access to a number of Azure services. Microsoft will give you a set of access throughout your trial and free account. You’ll have $200 dollars of credits to use within the first 30 days of activation, 12 months of limited free services, and always free services.
With this free account ~ Always remember to set limits on your account for budget spending or to review what you are deploying. Some virtual machines or other deployments can get out of hand and you could end up with a bigger than expected bill.
* It is recommended, by Microsoft, to only have a max of 1 free account per person.
2. MSDN Subscription
Personally don’t think too many people will go for this option due to the upfront costs. However, If you’re a Visual Studio subscriber, you can get monthly Azure credits to develop your knowledge on the services that Azure does offer. The credit amount does depend on the type of subscription that you do purchase.
A Visual Studio Enterprise subscription, can get you $150 in monthly credits. For subscriptions through MSDN Platforms you get $100 a month. For Visual Studio Professional and Visual Studio Test Professional, you get $50 a month.
3. Non-Profit Subscription
The non-profit subscription, I believe, is the most beneficial for anyone that does manage a non-profit or owns one. Microsoft generously gives, each year, approved organizations a donation of $3,500 dollars in Azure credits that can be used towards workloads in the Azure cloud (excluding Azure Active Directory). Microsoft is attempting to make these types of technological advances affordable and accessible for those organizations. Every
No matter the industry you’re in or learning level you’re at, there are a wide variety of credits and resources offered that can help make Azure an affordable option for you.
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