Microsoft has launched a program that will provide Azure credits to open source projects for a year. According to company officials, any project in any technology with an Open Source Initiative (OSI) approved license is eligible to apply.
These credits can be used for storage, testing, and other development tasks by developers. They will be able to reapply in the following years to acquire extra credits.
Officials explained the reason for the credits award in the Frequently Asked Questions section of a page about the program, saying, “We are giving back to the open source ecosystem we participate in and depend on.”
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