Microsoft sends its Dev Box to the preview for developers. Basically, they are cloud workstations in which developers can quickly test their programs. Windows 365 becomes Management needed. The advantage, of course, is that these virtual Azure desktops can be accessed from anywhere. All you need is a browser.
Microsoft Dex Box allows you to use any Integrated Development Environment (IDE), Software Development Kit (SDK) and other tools that otherwise work under Windows. Developers can preview virtual machines with eight virtual CPUs and 32 Use GB of RAM. Later, business customers will have to pay based on usage. The Redmond company probably wants to bill by the hour.
As a maximum, Dev Box will use virtual machines with up to 16 virtual CPUs and 128 Offer GByte RAM. The workstations should be available in the local Azure region and be connected via gigabit connections.
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