Save up to 50 percent on Windows Server virtual machines

with Azure Hybrid Use Benefit

Transition to the cloud using your existing Windows Server licenses with Software Assurance.

Enterprise Agreement customers:

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Accelerate your digital transformation

Now is the time to move to Azure and reap the rewards of cloud technology including the ability to scale up or down quickly, pay only for what you use, and save on compute power. Whether you’re moving a few workloads, migrating your datacenter, or deploying new virtual machines (VMs) as part of your hybrid cloud strategy, the Azure Hybrid Use Benefit provides big savings as you move to the cloud.

Download Azure Hybrid Use Benefit datasheet

Save up to 50 percent

Use your on-premises Windows Server licenses that include Software Assurance to save big on Windows Server VMs in Azure. By using your existing licenses, you pay the base compute rate and save up to 50 percent.

You pay 4393 dollars without Azure Hybrid Use Benefit and 2236 dollars with Azure Hybrid Use Benefit

Note: Sample annual cost comparison of two D2V2 Windows Server virtual machines

*Savings based on two D2V2 virtual machines in US East 2 Region running 744 hours/month for 12 months. Base compute rate at SUSE Linux Enterprise rate for US East 2. Software Assurance cost (Level A) for Windows Server standard edition (one 2-proc license or a set of 16 core licenses). Savings may vary based on location, instance type, or usage. Prices as of March 2017. Prices subject to change.

Deploy your Windows Server VM—fast

Enterprise Agreement customers with Software Assurance can get started in three easy steps.

  1. Go to the Azure Marketplace image
  2. Select Get it now
  3. Deploy your workload in the Azure Portal


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