Why you cannot beat Azure’s Sustainability!

Since 2012 Microsoft has been 100 percent carbon neutral (net zero). This means they are removing as much carbon each year as they are emitting, either by carbon removal (carbon offsetting) or reducing carbon emissions. If you use the Microsoft Cloud (Azure) as your cloud, you will be carbon neutral for your cloud resource since Azure is part of Microsoft. Carbon emissions are not the only key area in which…

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Logan Talbot

Logan Talbot

Cloud Native Engineer @Capgemini from the United Kingdom. Specialising in software development and architecture in Azure and .NET.

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