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Azure outage postmortem: Microsoft reveals what happened and why

Since last week headlines around the world have been painted with headlines shouting about the disruption to Microsoft’s services after a severe weather event knocked one of its data centers offline.  Essentially, the cause was blamed on high storms in the Texas area that resulted in power swells and ultimately ended in the temporary demise of one of the company’s South Central US data centres in San Antonio.

Read the article over at Data Centre News Europe here



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