Convert your AWS and Azure Instances

by Ned Hallett
As Digital Marketing Manager and JAM’s primary pair of lungs, I provide the JAM-y take on the ever-evolving worlds of DevOps, SaaS, MACH - and acronyms yet to be coined.
Published on March 2021

Comparing AWS and Azure instance types for compute and memory is an essential part of many a DevOps engineer’s day.

But until now, there’s been no easy way of finding which instance in Azure or AWS most closely matches which instance in the other.

So, we thought we’d remedy that.

Introducing Just After Midnight’s all-singing all-dancing AWS to Azure (and vice versa) Instance Type Converter.

Just enter the specs of your AWS or Azure instance type and find the equivalent instance. Simples!





The need to compare AWS and Azure Instances

  • If you’re unsure whether to build on Azure or AWS
  • If you’re trying to rearchitect one to the other and need to find the closest instance type
  • If you’re a DevOps engineer

This tool is going to be a life-saver.

As a Devops as a service provider we know that cloud-architects and DevOps people everywhere working with multi-cloud, migrations or new architectures can now find the answers they need in seconds.

And watch this space, because we’ll be adding more features soon…




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