One MVP's "Thousand Year" Relationship with Microsoft Dynamics AX

Thomas Bonde Ejby Microsoft MVP Thomas Bonde Ejby has worked with Microsoft Dynamics AX since its birth in 1998, a journey he describes as feeling truly like a thousand years.

The real length of time is closer to 17 years, and Ejby was first awarded the MVP title last April. Early in his career Ejby worked with Microsoft Dynamics XAL, an integrated business solution that was designed specifically for small to medium-size companies and sold only in Europe.


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Azure costs

Totally agree on the access to Azure. I work for a partner but am not MVP by any stretch. After about a month of (personal) Azure charges using a demo of AX in the cloud, I kicked it to the curb in favor of just using the Virtual Machine they offer locally. There is plenty that does not work with that though as it is expected to run in Azure. Just running a full compile jacked my costs up enough to question it.