Azure Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Microsoft Azure, commonly referred to as Azure, is a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying, and managing applications and services through Microsoft-managed data centers. It provides software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and supports many different programming languages, tools, and frameworks, including both Microsoft-specific and third-party software and systems.
A user angrily mentioned, "Azure is far less feature-rich and user-friendly than GCP and AWS. They've essentially outsourced their major Hadoop and big data operations to Databricks at a large expense to customers (Databricks is a great tool but it isn't cheap). Their ML/AI platforms lag far-far behind GCP and AWS. There is no way Microsoft will ever catch up in the cloud; their only advantage is that they throw dirt cheap contracts at executives who never have to use the subpar platform."
network administrator (Former Employee) says"A day at work would be very busy as we have to travel to different clients all the time in different parts of the city. The hardest part of the job is dealing with clients who do not understand IT or networking were you have to try and make then understand what you are doing. Cons: boss attitude"
Process Associate (Former Employee) says"in this company i was not satisfed. they r saying first there will be no force for target but they r doing"
Catering/Kiosk Assistant (Current Employee) says"I learned a lot of skills and had a great time with the workers. i enjoyed working with the customers and having a social talk with them. It made them feel welcome."
support worker (Former Employee) says"the training for staff is very good but the management organisation is a lot to be desired. overall the staff are really helpful. but the management don't have a clue how to run things Cons: long hours with a lot of responsblities"
Empregado de Mesa (Former Employee) says"Muito stress e muito trabalho para o orçamento que era. Cons: horarios"
customer care executive (Former Employee) says"woked as customer care executive on calls. to listen, understand and provide solutions to problems and issues of customer and provide best solutions. to escalate the complains and complains of customer to seniors and co ordinate for solutoins."
Process Associate (Former Employee) says"My First Job and it was a nice experience to work here. Management was a bit stubborn to accept any new ideas."
Kiosk Assisstant (Former Employee) says"A typical day at work involved; preparing food, cleaning the work station, putting out new straws etc. and then cleaning it all away again. I learned that the work industry can be very very hard but it worth it in the end and you do feel proud after a long day at work because some days you feel like giving up but that is not the answer. The hardest part of my job was half time when the fans came to get their food, nine times out of ten you would have someone screaming in your face getting really angry but all I could do was keep calm and get on with my job. The most enjoyable part was meeting new fantastic people , every shift I would go somewhere different which meant I got to meet lots of new people, that was fun. Each time I went to work I felt myself feeling more confident because of all the new people I was meeting. Cons: The pay wasn't great"
Current Employee - Azure Software Engineer says"I have been working at Microsoft full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Ask for family photos and randomly ping your manager to get attention, retirement-oriented attention seeker manager will add you to the list of reliable, diligent engineer. Keep appreciating management for random reasons. Anonymous feedbacks are a big lie. Management has deep roots in the system to identify, who provided which feedback. Do not implement anything just keep on throwing ideas, teams feeding on ideas from a decade and getting promoted without any real work. Management has identified the pattern of reorg so no one would actually ask for real work. PPT based culture for reflecting impact. Passive manager gets them created by engineers and present it to the management"
Former Employee - Azure Support Engineer says"I worked at Microsoft full-time for more than a year Cons: massive HR violations and sexual harassment - hr is not there to defend the employee rampant and blatant racism horrendous management"
Current Employee - Azure Cloud Sales says"I have been working at Microsoft full-time for more than a year Cons: Zero work life balance, constantly shifting priorities, ridiculous technical requirements that often change direction in mid-stream, and a group of executives that have only ever sold box software. It sucks. Bigtime."
Current Employee - Azure Solutions Specialist says"I have been working at Microsoft full-time for more than a year Cons: Crazy cloud quota, churn (I had 4 bosses in 1 year), ridiculous number of internal tools you won't even hear about and half of them don't work."
Current Employee - Principal Solution Specialist Azure says"I have been working at Microsoft full-time for less than a year Cons: - Work at every time even on weekends - No formal training for you position, the policy is learn on the fly"
Current Employee - Azure Project Manager says"I have been working at Microsoft full-time for more than 5 years Cons: A decent amount of frustration occurs due to politics. Your career can excel more by aligning with the right manager and drinking the Kool-Aid with a lot of enthusiasm. Less based on your performance and impact. This is relative but being able to jump on the new trend handed down by management, learning the lingo and not questioning the merits does provide results. Not sure this is worse than other large corporations. Also, layoffs are now a regular part of doing business for Microsoft. If you plan on staying no more than 3 years is a safe bet. Satya has really changed the top level culture of the company but it still will be a few years before group start to trust each other if they ever do."
Former Employee - Azure Data and AI Specialist says"I worked at Microsoft full-time for more than a year Cons: Too numbers focused, impersonal, you have to just do as you’re told- no one wants to hear your opinion"
Former Employee - Azure Big Data Support Engineer says"I worked at Microsoft full-time for more than a year Cons: Being told that we need to change our personality and character to be customer obsessed"
Current Employee - Azure Specialist says"I have been working at Microsoft full-time for more than a year Cons: Complex politics meaning that you need to play the game in order to succeed."
Current Employee - Azure says"I have been working at Microsoft full-time for more than a year Cons: need to work over time"
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Chris Nguyen says"Bad experience.
Slow slow network in their servers.
They charged me $1 + $1 (=$2) for verify my card + start subscription then they stopped my virtual machines.
DJ Candelaria says"@azure_agst Never understand why zoom is the new standard despite there being so many other more stable options out there. Zoom sucks."
Azure Mercury says"Yeah 2020 kinda sucks a fat one but the amount of growth in one year for me has been absolutely insane. Let's overc… https://t.co/oIZas0rtX9"
Protect Black Lives says"(The comic collaboration is a short 30-page comic version of Ghosts. I've written the script and have an artist who… https://t.co/xNY8e53fcg"
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