There Are Now 730 Hours In An Azure Month

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It was only back in November that we noticed, at work, that the average Azure month had shrunk to 732 hours, the average length of a month in a leap year.

It appears that Azure has moved a little closer to the sun, because the average Azure month has just shrunk to 730 hours.

Where does 730 come from? Let’s do the math:

  1. 730 hours * 12 months = 8760 hours in a year.
  2. 8760 hours / 24 hours = 365 days in a year.

So 730 hours in an average Azure month is based on a year of 365 days. And how said pricing the cloud was hard?

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